Voiding cystourethrography not always indicated for infants with UTI.
Effects of COVID-19 on maternal and neonatal outcomes
In a recent analysis, worse maternal and neonatal outcomes were found when mothers were infected with COVID-19 close to delivery.
The Chicago Institute for Fetal Health offers innovative FETO procedure, marks 200 fetal surgeries
Pregnant patients who receive the diagnosis of congenital diaphragmatic hernia, or CDH, now have access in Chicago to in-utero procedure that could greatly enhance the outcome for their baby.
Preterm births increasing in United States
According to the 2022 March of Dimes report card, it was reported that maternal and infant outcomes have worsened, with the preterm birth rate reaching 10.5% in 2021.
Maternal comorbidities increase risk of poor kidney function in infants
A recent study found that infants born to mothers with maternal comorbidities, such as preeclampsia, had higher risk of poor kidney function.
A case of late-onset group B Streptococcus infection in fraternal twins
A 29-year-old White woman presented to the labor and delivery unit due to preterm premature rupture of membranes and delivered twins. The twins were transferred to the neonatal intensive care unit following delivery.
Children born late, moderately preterm associated with higher cardiometabolic risk
Screening and early-life interventions for these patients may prevent cardiometabolic outcomes, according to investigators.
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