Collection Details : Maternal-Fetal Medicine

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Infectious Diseases and Sexual Transmitted Diseases

  • Creator:   Maternal-Fetal Medicine
  • Updated:   5/18/2023
  • Contains:  24 items

Recommendations for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Maternal SARS-CoV-2 Infection

Chen, Dunjin; Dai, Yue; Liu, Xinghui; More

Maternal-Fetal Medicine. 5(2):74-79, April 2023.

Highlight: This recommendations includes the epidemiology, diagnosis, management, maternal care, medication treatment, care of birth and newborns, and psychological support associated with maternal SARS-CoV-2 infection.

CSOG MFM Committee Guideline: Management of Hepatitis B During Pregnancy and Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of Hepatitis B Virus (2020)

Zhou, Yi-Hua; Hu, Yali; Liu, Xinghui; More

Maternal-Fetal Medicine. 3(1):7-17, January 2021.

Highlight: The 2020 Guideline: management of Hepatitis B during pregnancy and prevention of mother-to-child transmission of Hepatitis B virus

Cellular and Molecular Atlas of Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells from a Pregnant Woman After Recovery from COVID-19

Du, Lili; Liang, Yingyu; Wang, Xiaoyi; More

Maternal-Fetal Medicine. 5(2):88-96, April 2023.

Highlight: This study aimed to investigate the immune response of a pregnant woman who recovered from the coronavirus disease 2019 by using single-cell transcriptomic profiling of peripheral blood mononuclear cells and to analyze the properties of different immune cell subsets.

Maternal and Perinatal Outcomes of SARS-CoV-2 and Variants in Pregnancy

Feng, Qiaoli; Cui, Qianwen; Xiao, Zhansong; More

Maternal-Fetal Medicine. 5(2):104-114, April 2023.

Highlight: In this review, we discuss the severity of COVID-19 infection in pregnant women in relation to the predominance of different SARS-CoV-2 variants.

Human Coronavirus Infections and Pregnancy

Fan, Shangrong; Yan, Shaomei; Liu, Xiaoping; More

Maternal-Fetal Medicine. 3(1):53-65, January 2021.

Highlight: This review highlights the advances in pathogenesis, maternal-fetal outcome, maternal-fetal transmission, diagnosis and treatment in HCoV including severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus, Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus, and coronavirus disease 2019 in pregnancy.

Viral Infections During Pregnancy: The Big Challenge Threatening Maternal and Fetal Health

Yu, Wenzhe; Hu, Xiaoqian; Cao, Bin

Maternal-Fetal Medicine. 4(1):72-86, January 2022.

Highlight: This review summarize diverse aspects of the major viral infections relevant to pregnancy, including the characteristics of pathogenesis, related maternal-fetal complications, and the underlying molecular and cellular mechanisms of vertical transmission; and highlight the fundamental signatures of complex placental defense mechanisms, which will prepare us to fight the next emerging and re-emerging infectious disease in the pregnancy population.

Cross-Sectional Survey of Views on COVID-19 and Its Vaccines Among Pregnant Women

Li, Yan Yu; Lok, Wing Yi; Poon, Liona C.; More

Maternal-Fetal Medicine. 5(2):80-87, April 2023.

Highlight: The objective of this study is to evaluate the acceptance of pregnant women with regards to coronavirus disease 2019 vaccination during pregnancy and to identify any significant changes in their anxiety and knowledge on COVID-19 compared to our previous study.

Distribution and Prevalence of Serotypes of Group B Streptococcus Isolated from Pregnant Women in 30 Countries: A Systematic Review

Maria Silva, Marta; Alcântara Silva, Érica; Novais Teixeira Oliveira, Caline; More

Maternal-Fetal Medicine. 5(2):97-103, April 2023.

Highlight: This review aimed to compile scientific data on the distribution and prevalence of group B Streptococcus serotypes isolated from pregnant women across 30 countries from 2010 to 2019.

Prevention of Perinatal Group B Streptococcus Infections

Fan, Shang-Rong; Tasneem, Umber; Liu, Xiao-Ping; More

Maternal-Fetal Medicine. 2(2):100-109, April 2020.

Highlight: This article aims to review the current GBS EOD burden in newborn infants, prevalence of maternal GBS colonization, antenatal screening for GBS, intrapartum antibiotic prophylaxis and the up-to-date knowledge.

New Concept and Management for Sepsis in Pregnancy and the Puerperium

Fan, Shang-Rong; Liu, Ping; Yan, Shao-Mei; More

Maternal-Fetal Medicine. 2(4):231-239, October 2020.

Highlight: To discuss the new definitions regarding sepsis and recommended diagnosis and management strategies of sepsis adapted to pregnant and postpartum women.

Challenges for Obstetricians and the Countermeasures of COVID-19 Epidemic

Zhao, Yin; Zou, Li; Dong, Ming-Hui; More

Maternal-Fetal Medicine. 2(2):68-71, April 2020.

Highlight: To share a case and provide some suggestions on how to screen, diagnose and treat pregnant women with 2019 coronavirus disease infection during the outbreak.

Follow-up Study on the Outcomes of Recovered Pregnant Women with a History of COVID-19 in the First and Second Trimesters: A Case Series from China

Zhao, Yin; Huang, Bangxing; Ma, Hui; More

Maternal-Fetal Medicine. 3(1):24-32, January 2021.

Highlight: To determine the pregnancy and neonatal outcomes of women who recovered from coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) that developed in early pregnancy

Application of the Modified Early Obstetric Warning System in Three Patients with Obstetric Sepsis Through a Telemedicine System

Escobar-Vidarte, María Fernanda; Suso, Juan Pablo; Echavarría, María Paula; More

Maternal-Fetal Medicine. 2(2):110-114, April 2020.

Highlight: To present cases of obstetric patients with clinical suspicion of sepsis initially admitted to a second level hospital assessed through telemedicine from a high complexity obstetric unit applying the early detection tool for risk stratification and guidance of clinical management before the transfer to a fourth level complexity center.

Intrauterine Blood Transfusion in an HCV and HIV Co-Infected Woman

Charison, Jodie C.; Schneider, Carol E.; Poliquin, Vanessa

Maternal-Fetal Medicine. 3(1):69-70, January 2021.

Highlight: To present a case of a pregnant woman co-infected with HCV and HIV that required an intrauterine blood transfusion during pregnancy for suspected fetal anemia.

Fear is the Path to the Dark Side: Unsafe Delivery, One of the Consequences of Fear of the SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic, A Case Report

Nieto-Calvache, Albaro José; Padilla, Iván; Tabares-Blanco, Mario Fernando; More

Maternal-Fetal Medicine. 3(4):292-294, October 2021.

Highlight: A case of a patient with adequate prenatal care and an institutional delivery plan who, due to the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, chose to have a home delivery with unsafe conditions.