The average obstetrician is sued 2.5 times during her/his career. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, approximately 75% of obstetricians have been sued at least once
Asthma in pregnancy: Risks to newborns unveiled
New meta-analysis reveals heightened risks of major congenital malformations and respiratory distress syndrome in infants born to mothers with asthma, underlining the importance of proactive management during pregnancy.
How GDM impacts outcomes in singleton vs twin pregnancies
Recent research delves into the repercussions of gestational diabetes mellitus on both maternal and perinatal health, shedding light on its effects in both singleton and twin pregnancies.
Impact of maternal tobacco use on child neurocognitive development
Discover how maternal tobacco usage during pregnancy affects memory and language skills in children aged 9 to 12 years, as revealed by a comprehensive cohort study.
Unveiling the impact of hCG on pregnancy outcomes
Delve into the intricate correlation between human chorionic gonadotropin levels during pregnancy and various adverse outcomes, shedding light on its multifaceted role in maternal-fetal health.
Nipocalimab granted Breakthrough Therapy Designation for HDFN
Nipocalimab, a monoclonal antibody targeting maternal alloantibodies, has received FDA Breakthrough Therapy Designation for treating severe hemolytic disease of the fetus and newborn.
Maternal nutrient intake and fetal growth
Recent research led by David J. Rooney reveals that while folate, vitamin B12, and iron intake show no direct links to fetal parameters, lower maternal hemoglobin concentrations in late pregnancy are associated with faster fetal growth rates, larger birthweights, and increased placental weights.
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