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The authors report no conflict of interest.
The Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Queen's University provided funding for costs of data analysis for this study. The Department otherwise had no role in the study design, analysis, or interpretation of the data. The study was also funded by the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences, Yale University, through the Paul Titus Fellowship (2017–2018). The Department had no role in the study design, analysis, or interpretation of the data.
This study was presented at the 69th annual meeting of the Society for Reproductive Investigation, Denver, CO, March 15–19, 2022.
Cite this article as: Ackerman-Banks CM, Pudwell J, Lundsberg L, et al. Use of family history of cardiovascular disease or chronic hypertension to better identify who needs postpartum cardiovascular risk screening. Am J Obstet Gynecol MFM 2023;XX:x.ex–x.ex.