Gestational hypertension, which is pregnancy-induced hypertension
with or without proteinuria. Gestational hypertension
associated with significant proteinuria (> 300 mg/l or > 500
mg/24 h or dipstick 2+ or more) is known as pre-eclampsia.
Hypertension develops after 20 weeks’ gestation. In most
cases, it resolves within 42 days post partum. Gestational
hypertension is characterized by poor organ perfusion