Consultant360 spoke with Amy Ushry, RN, MPH, who discussed rates of maternal morbidity and mortality and ongoing endeavors to reduce these rates at the NPWH 22nd Annual Premier Women’s Healthcare Conference.
New research indicates that the prevalence of chronic hypertension in pregnancy spiked over 13-fold from 1970 to 2010. Consultant360 discussed this finding further with lead study author Cande Ananth, PhD, MPH, from Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.
A recent study led by Kerry Flannagan, PhD, examined how opioid use may result in pregnancy loss and lower changes of conception. Dr Flannagan answered our questions about her team’s study.
In a recent study, researchers examined how specific healthy dietary patterns used to lower risks of cardiometabolic disorders in the general population may impact the risk of pregnancy complications when utilized in pregnant women.