Method of catheterization, whether indwelling or intermittent, does not appear to impact a woman’s risk of developing a UTI following labor. Ob/Gyn and fellowship-trained reproductive infectious diseases specialist, Oluwatosin Goje, MD, explains her recent study.
Centering approach to prenatal care lowers rate of preterm birth and increases breastfeeding. Maternal-fetal medicine specialist, Edward Chien, MD, MBA, discusses the growing program and how it has adapted to the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Second syphilis test, at 28-32 weeks of pregnancy, universally adopted after congenital syphilis is diagnosed in 3-month old boy with mystery rash.
Managing depression during pregnancy can create many challenges. A new study reveals the respiratory support needs of SSRI-exposed preterm infants. Learn how special staff and individualized care can help.
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Advances in prenatal genetics are occurring at breakneck speed. Pregnant women want to understand benefits and risks, and physicians want to support their patients’ decision-making. How do health professionals ensure women are empowered in both the consent process and decision-making?
Helping pregnant mothers with Centering appointments and labor and delivery units designed to support unmedicated births.