Cardio-obstetrics, an upcoming field to check increase in deaths due to heart disease during pregnancy
A new report published Feb. 18, 2019 in the American Heart Associations journal Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes has urged more team-based care for mothers with cardiovascular disease and those at risk and suggested that more collaboration between cardiologists and obstetricians could help curb the nations soaring death rate among pregnant women. According to the report, cardio-obstetrics is "a clear area of need for improved quality of care".
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