2017 Archives

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2017 SMFM Annual Meeting

Study Found Brain Abnormalities in Fetuses Exposed to Zika

Improving Birthing Deliveries with Less Physical Trauma to Mom and Baby

New Health Care Model Cut Costs and Reduced Need for Medical Services for Pregnant Women and Newborns

Scientists Say Mom’s Cervical Bacterial May be Key to Preventing Premature Birth

Study Looks at How Changes in Maternal Diet Impact Human Milk Oligosaccharides and the Milk Microbiome

Evaluation of Recombinant Antithrombin Versus Placebo in Preterm Preeclampsia

Identifying Early Markers of Cardiac Dysfunction in Pregnancy

Thousands of Maternal-Fetal Medicine Physician Specialists will Meet in Las Vegas Next Week

Comparing Skin Closure Options for Cesarean Delivery to Determine which Method Causes the Least Wound Complications

Evaluation of the Use of Human Umbilical Cord for In-Utero Spina Bifida Repair

Evaluation of the Effects of Laser Tissue Welding for Spina Bifida Repair

Study Finds an Association Between Day of Delivery and Maternal-Fetal Mortality

Reduction of the Most Common Cause of Maternal Death Worldwide

Study Finds Recurrent Hypertensive Disease of Pregnancy Associated with Early Mortality

Skin Closure Options for Cesarean Delivery: Glue Versus Subcuticular Sutures

Glucose Supplementation Significantly Reduces Length of Induced Labor in Childbirth

Study Looks at a New Method for Filtering Results from Genetic Studies, Based on Inheritance Patterns Across Women of Different Racial and Ethnic Populations, in Order to Further Determine Risk of Preterm Birth

Study Finds that Limiting Gestational Weight Gain in Overweight and Obese Women Did Not Improve Pregnancy Complications

Study Finds Use of Fetal Genetic Sequencing Increases the Detection Rate of Genetic Findings by 10 to 30 Percent

Charles J. Lockwood, M.D. Recognized with Lifetime Achievement Award from the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine

Study in the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology finds Glucose Supplementation Significantly Reduces Length of Induced Labor in Childbirth

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