Gestational age at the time of Covid-19 infection affects pregnancy outcomes |
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Gestational age at the time of Covid-19 infection affects pregnancy outcomes
Dr Veena Aggarwal, Consultant Womens’ Health, CMD and Editor-in-Chief, IJCP Group & Medtalks Trustee, Dr KK’s Heart Care Foundation of India,  13 October 2021
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Covid-19 infection after 20 weeks of pregnancy increases the risk for adverse obstetric outcomes, and infection after 26 weeks increases the risk for adverse neonatal outcomes, according to a new retrospective study from Europe.PregOuTCOV, the international multicenter study examined the effect of gestational age at time of getting the Covid-19 infection on obstetric and neonatal outcomes. A total of 10,925 pregnant women with a live fetus from the 10th week of gestation and a known preg...
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