Randomized Controlled Ethanol Cookstove Intervention and Blood Pressure in Pregnant Nigerian Women

16 Jan 2017Donee Alexander, Amanda Northcross, Nathaniel Wilson, Anindita Dutta, Rishi Pandya, Tope Ibigbami, Damilola Adu, John Olamijulo, Oludare Morhason-Bello7, Theodore Karrison, Oladosu Ojengbede, Christopher O Olopade

Replacing biomass and kerosene cookstoves used throughout the developing world with clean-burning ethanol stoves may reduce hypertension and cardiovascular risk in pregnant women

Cohort Study
3 effects
4 months
324 subjects

Reported Outcomes

DeterminantsOutcomeDetails

Solid Fuel Smoke Contaminant risk & protective factor
Risk Factor Solid Fuel Smoke
Contaminant

Preeclampsia Maternity outcome
Increased risk of Preeclampsia
Maternity system

Moderate evidence
236.8%

Indoor Air Pollution Contaminant risk & protective factor
Minor Risk Factor Indoor Air Pollution
Contaminant

Preeclampsia Maternity outcome
Minor increase risk of Preeclampsia
Maternity system

Low evidence
136.0%

Kerosene cooking Contaminant risk & protective factor
Risk Factor Kerosene cooking
Contaminant

Preeclampsia Maternity outcome
Increased risk of Preeclampsia
Maternity system

Moderate evidence
236.8%