Pre-eclampsia remains a noteworthy reason for pre-birth morbidity and mortality around the world. WHO evaluated the frequency to be seven times higher in creating nations (2.9% of live births) than in developed nations (0.5%). By and large, pre-eclampsia and eclampsia represents 10%– 15% of maternal deaths. The principle target of this examination is prediction of maternal serum Beta HCG Levels in Pre-Eclamptic and Normotensive pregnant women.
Materials and Methods: Serum beta-HCG estimation was done by ELISA (Enzyme Linked Immuno Sorbent Assay) method in 120 ladies in the vicinity of 13 and 20 weeks of gestation, chose haphazardly for this. Information gathered and examinations were done.
Result: Mean HCG level in Study gathering was (28527.6 mIU/ml), and in control group was (12062.4 mIU/ml). Mean HCG levels were higher in severe than mild preeclampsia however, significant difference was found only in multigravida women. Early onset pre-eclamptic group had higher mean level of β-hCG than late onset group but this was not statistically significant Systolic and diastolic blood weights were fundamentally increased in mild and severe pre-eclampsia ladies.
Conclusion: There was a noteworthy contrast between the b-hCG level in the preeclamptic ladies contrasted with the normotensive pregnant ladies and the seriousness of preeclamsia increments with additionally ascent of b-hCG level.