Hypertension During Pregnancy There are four main types of hypertension during pregnancy: pre-eclampsia. This potentially serious disorder both the mother and the fetus is characterized by a power surge caused by pregnancy and the presence of protein in the urine. It affects 15% of pregnant women, but if detected in time it can be controlled and decrease risks. It usually develops after 20 weeks of pregnancy and disappears after delivery. In the most serious cases drift in eclampsia, when hypertension is accompanied by convulsions or coma. Gestational hypertension, also known as transient ohipertension pregnancy-induced hypertension. This type of hypertension occurs after 20 weeks of pregnancy and disappears after childbirth. Although women with gestational hypertension do not have protein in the urine, some of them developed preeclampsia at a later stage of pregnancy. Chances of pre-eclampsia are 50% if you develop gestational hypertension before 30 weeks. If it occurs after 36 weeks of gestation, the hypertension is generally moderate. Chronic hypertension. So is called high blood pressure diagnosed before pregnancy or before 20 weeks of pregnancy: the mother was already hypertensive. As its name indicates, this type of hypertension does not disappear after childbirth. Most of the time corresponds to arterial hypertension in 90% of cases that is unexplained and only 10% of cases is secondary to another disease such as diabetes, renal, cardiac disease and autoimmune diseases, among others. Chronic hypertension with pre-eclampsia, a subtype of the previous paragraph. Approximately 25 per cent of women with chronic hypertension also develops preeclampsia. Occurs more frequently in multiparous women and is characterized by producing severe hypertension and increase of uric acid in blood. This box hypertensive is dangerous because it may have convulsions, kidney damage and liver damage, as also thrombocytopenia (decrease in platelets).
Czech Republic While many multinational companies have removed company car to reduce expenses in this context of their crisis, 87% of the companies in our country offers company car to its managers, according to a study by Mercer. Benefits for workers vary from some countries to others, although one of the most common is the company car, which is usually accompanied by the payment of fuel, insurance and maintenance. Rafael Barrilero, partner at Mercer, asserts that give car company for professional use has been common at management level, although this benefit is more widespread in other countries of our surroundings, by granting a greater number of employees.Company car is more common in Europe and America, followed by Africa and Middle East, and less common in the Asia-Pacific area. Normally, the award criteria depend on the charge that the person occupies, being general managers and senior executives positions that derive more benefits of this type, both for personal use and occupational use.Slovenia is the European country that presents more compensation of this kind, followed by Belgium, Hungary, France, Greece, Czech Republic, Finland, Germany and Poland, in this order. Denmark and Russia are countries in which senior positions receive cars with a higher average price (114.363 and 92.265 dollars respectively). However, Bulgaria and Romania are those who offer cheaper cars (45.423 and 49.795 dollars respectively).German companies offer their employees higher subsidies to buy a car (58.386 dollars), while Ukraine offers the lowest subsidies (2947 dollars), although in the latter case there are companies paying their taxes, their maintenance and their insurance.On the American continent, except in Paraguay, more than 50% of companies grant company vehicles to its sales staff, as their executives media, as well as officials at the time that pays their gasoline, both for personal use as a professional. In Canada, for...