Arun Jeyabalan

Arun Jeyabalan

Magee-Womens Research Institute, University Of Pittsburgh School Of Medicine, Pittsburgh, Pa; Department Of Obstetrics, Gynecology, And Reproductive Sciences, University Of ...

Direct Impact

Concepts for which Arun Jeyabalan has direct influence:

gestational hypertension
delayed-onset postpartum preeclampsia
blood pressure
hypertensive disorders
gene expression
metabolic syndrome
maternal circulation

External impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for which Arun Jeyabalan has influence:

endothelial function
pregnant women
maternal-fetal interface
insulin sensitivity
postpartum readmissions
dna methylation age
oxidized ldl

Prominent publications by Arun Jeyabalan

KOL-Index: 53 The metabolic syndrome, also known as syndrome X or the insulin resistance syndrome, represents a clustering of metabolic factors and physical conditions associated with increased risk of development of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. This chapter first overviews some of the ways in which the metabolic syndrome is thought to promote cardiovascular disease. It then uses this as a ...
Known for
Suggesting Metabolic | Resistance Syndrome | Maternal Placental | Inflammation Endothelial
KOL-Index: 40 BACKGROUND: We have previously shown that protein biomarkers associated with circulating microparticles proteins (CMPs) obtained at the end of the first trimester may detect physiologic changes in maternal-fetal interaction such that the risk of spontaneous preterm delivery ≤35 weeks can be stratified. OBJECTIVES: We present here a study extension and validation of the CMP protein multiplex ...
Known for
Larger Sample | Cmp Protein Multiplex | Size-Exclusion Chromatography | Boston
KOL-Index: 35 This chapter reviews presentation and management of chronic hypertension (primary and secondary) during pregnancy. Most gravidas have “essential” or primary hypertension and a>20% risk of superimposed preeclampsia but generally experience successful gestation. Essential hypertension, which in young women is often stage 1 (BP 140–150/90–99), may remain unrecognized because of the early ...
Known for
Gestation Essential | Chapter Chronic | Hypertension Preeclampsia | Pregnancy Circulating
KOL-Index: 33 Preeclampsia is a leading cause of maternal and neonatal morbidity and mortality. Chronological age and race are associated with preeclampsia, but the role of these factors is not entirely understood. We hypothesized that DNA methylation age, a measure of biological age, would be higher in individuals with preeclampsia than in individuals with normotensive pregnancy and that DNA methylation ...
Known for
∆age Preeclampsia | Race Pregnancy | Age Chronological | Reveals Differences
KOL-Index: 25 The purpose of this study was to examine circulating maternal follistatin-like 3 (FSTL-3) by gestational age and obesity in pregnancy and preeclampsia. FSTL-3 was quantified in maternal plasma collected in each trimester from prepregnancy body mass index-determined groups: 15 lean and 24 obese controls and 20 obese women who developed preeclampsia. Repeated measures mixed models and logistic ...
Known for
Elevated Fstl-3 Concentrations | Preeclampsia Trimester | 20 Obese Women | 15 Lean 24 Obese
KOL-Index: 23 Early-onset preeclampsia (EPE) is a severe form of preeclampsia that involves life-threatening neurological complications. However, the underlying mechanism by which EPE affects the maternal brain is not known. We hypothesized that plasma from women with EPE increases blood-brain barrier (BBB) permeability vs. plasma from women with late-onset preeclampsia (LPE) or normal pregnancy (NP) and ...
Known for
Disruption Epe | Oxidized Low‐density | Lox-1 Activation | Maternal Brain
KOL-Index: 22 BACKGROUND: Women with a history of hypertensive disorders of pregnancy are at an increased risk of hypertension and cardiovascular disease in later life. Lactation has been associated with a reduced risk of maternal hypertension, both in the postpartum period and later life. However, little is known about whether lactation is also cardioprotective in women with hypertensive disorders of ...
Known for
Pregnancy Lactation | Developed Preeclampsia | Maternal Hypertension | Overweight Women
KOL-Index: 21 BACKGROUND: Shorter gestation or smaller birth size are indicators of a suboptimal fetal environment and negatively impact short- and long-term offspring health. Understanding how modifiable maternal behaviours, such as moderate-to-vigorous intensity physical activity (MVPA) or sedentary behaviour (SED), improve fetal outcomes could inform strategies to improve health across the lifespan. ...
Known for
Group-Based Trajectories | Smaller Head Circumference | Cm3 Sed | Age Delivery

Magee-Womens Research Institute, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Pittsburgh, PA; Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Sciences, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Magee-Womens Hospital, University of Pittsburgh Sch

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