Carbon Monoxide May Treat Pre-Eclampsia

by Medindia Content Team on  September 17, 2006 at 2:53 PM Women Health News
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Carbon Monoxide May Treat Pre-Eclampsia
Scientists say that carbon monoxide may potentially avert pre-eclampsia, a dangerous condition where the pregnant woman has high blood pressure.

In the study, scientists said smokers were found to have a lesser risk of pre-eclampsia. But they added that any potential treatments involving carbon monoxide were still some years away.

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