Jana Sirotiaková, Zuzana Kopernická, Marek Rác
Hypertension during pregnancy , the most common medical complication of gestation, can be a challenging clinical problem, the approach to which differs considerably from that employed in non pregnant populations. By means of proper antihypertensive treatment it is possible to reduce the frequency of serious events such as preeclampsia and its complications. There is no drug with ideal efficacy and safety which could be routinely recommended as the antihypertensive drug of choice during pregnancy and lactation. We are in need of more clinical studies providing safe therapeutic approaches in this conditions.