Hoppe’s study name-dropped in Green Journal

Tags: maternal-fetal medicine, publication, research

Kara Hoppe, DO, of the UW Ob-Gyn Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine, recently published results from her pilot study of postpartum remote blood pressure monitoring for women at risk of severe hypertension after leaving the hospital.

The original study, “Telehealth with remote blood pressure monitoring for postpartum hypertension: A prospective single-cohort feasibility study,” was published in the January 2019 volume of Pregnancy Hypertension. And her study earned a mention in the July 2019 Obstetrics and Gynecology Connect the Dots feature!

In the feature, Deborah Levy, MD, of the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine highlighted the study as an important area where telemedicine can improve health care for obstetrics patients. Read the whole thing here!

Congratulations, Dr. Hoppe!