Specialized unit at Hillcrest Hospital provides emergency care to expectant parents faced with the unique complications that can arise during pregnancy.
If the FDA approves use of zuranolone, the first fast-acting oral medication for postpartum depression and major depressive disorder, the drug will become part of Cleveland Clinic’s s robust toolkit for caring for patients with those conditions.
A statewide quality improvement project aims to address morbidity and mortality and health disparities associated with hypertensive disorders of pregnancy.
A new initiative uses community connections and tailored medical and behavioral approaches to reduce the impact of socioeconomic imbalances for mothers and infants.
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Cleveland Clinic obstetricians who were interviewed for the new season of the medical podcast DDx discuss the kinds of cases in which patients needed to terminate desired pregnancies for medical reasons.