Differences of heparin binding protein levels in preeclampsian and non preeclampsian women
Keywords:heparin-binding protein, urinary tract infection, preeclampsia
This study aims to the incidence of preeclampsia and determine differences in heparin-binding protein levels in preeclamptic and non-preeclamptic mothers and determine the relationship between urinary tract infections in pregnancy. The research design was cross-sectional on 65 respondents with an accidental sampling technique. The research data were obtained from a questionnaire containing a list of questions given to respondents, measurement of middle urine samples to measure nitrite, leukocytes urine using dipstick method, and to determine heparin binding protein (HBP) levels using the ELISA method in the Hasanuddin University RSP Research Laboratory. The results of the study found there was a difference in the levels of heparin-binding protein in pregnant women without preeclampsia, namely 1.90±0.22 Ng/ml and HBP levels in pregnant women preeclampsia ie 2.39±0.3 Ng/ml. That there was no significant relationship between urinary tract infections (UTI) and the incidence of preeclampsia with p= 0.074. The conclusion in this study is that the levels of heparin-binding protein differ in preeclamptic and non-preeclamptic mothers, the increase in HBP levels in preeclampsia is due to inflammation, the cause is not through UTI. There is no association between urinary tract infections in pregnant women and the incidence of preeclampsia.
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