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TOG release: Low dose aspirin and calcium supplementation for prevention of pre-eclampsia
complications including stroke, eclampsia, multiple-organ failure, fetal growth restriction, intrauterine death and preterm labour. The ... gestation. Part of this risk assessment includes blood pressure monitoring, biochemical marker levels and uterine artery Doppler assessment
Women’s right to safe and timely healthcare: RCOG World Congress 2017
will be published soon.  Sadia Khan’s presentation Smart fetal surveillance: An innovative mHealth (mobile health) solution ... countries, also drew attention. Khan explained how e-health fetal monitoring is working to reduce stillbirths and early neonatal deaths
RCOG publishes clinical guidance on managing obesity
recommendations from the latest guidance include: Fetal size, presentation and monitoring of fetal heart tracing may be more challenging during ... required. Blood pressure and risk of blood clots should be monitored during and after pregnancy and medication provided if required
Women who experience hyperemesis gravidarum in the second trimester are much more likely to suffer placental complications
hormone, and a woman’s sensitivity to it. This study, which monitored the Swedish Medical Birth Register between 1997 and 2009, looked ... disorders monitored included pre-eclampsia, placental abruption (the premature separation of the placenta), stillbirth (fetal death
Latest Each Baby Counts report published
The latest report from the RCOG’s Each Baby Counts clinical initiative shows there was a 14% increase in the number ... identify or act upon relevant risk factors, issues related to monitoring of fetal wellbeing with cardiotocography (CTG) and blood sampling
RCOG launches a new quality improvement initiative to reduce avoidable harm in labour
actions to improve practice. The action plans will then be monitored by measuring the trends and geographic distribution of deaths ... Speakers include Professor Gordon Smith, Professor of Maternal Fetal Medicine at the University of Cambridge, Professor Nikki Robertson
National audit describes how maternity and neonatal care is provided
provision should be expanded. Staffing 84% of sites which monitor one to one midwifery care during labour report that the vast ... together on obstetric emergencies and over 80% have this for fetal monitoring. Only 15% of trusts and boards reported that women see the
RCOG press release: Report highlights variation in maternity care across England
information provided to trusts within this report will help them to monitor local practice and deliver consistently good care throughout ... reducing wound infection and sepsis. Dr Sarah Vause, Consultant in Fetal and Maternal Medicine and Deputy Clinical Head of Division St
Early diagnosis and specialist care needed for twins who share the same placenta
risk of monochorionic twinning.   Mark Kilby, Professor of Fetal Medicine from the University of Birmingham and lead author of ... twins were also diagnosed with TTTS at 16 weeks: “After being monitored weekly, I found out at 16 weeks that my twins Abigail and Evelyn

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