A study designed to inform a new World Health Organization (WHO) guideline shows that positive motherhood is what matters to postpartum women.
Results of a small study show that Kangaroo Care may positively affect infant neurophysiological development, particularly in the left front area of the brain.
Reviewing a patient’s intake of opioids after cesarean may help optimize pain management post-discharge, according to results of a new study.
New research indicates that Hispanic and non-Hispanic black women have higher postpartum pain scores but receive fewer opioids while hospitalized after delivery than their white counterparts
Published in JAMA Network Open, a new study offers surprising results about plasma transfusion effectiveness for women with PPH.
The following eight topics should be discussed with patients in order to provide the best postpartum care.
This summary of SMFM Consult Series #48 provides answers to 15 frequently asked questions about postpartum contraception.
Approximately 60% of maternal deaths occur postpartum. As such, the postpartum visit must gain a renewed sense of importance for the woman and her providers.
Left untreated, depression in the perinatal period can have serious repercussions for both mother and offspring.
Although breastfeeding has long been hypothesized to worsen postpartum cardiomyopathy, a new prospective study challenges the connection.