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How would you recognise and manage the many complications associated with pregnancy?
Assess the various outcomes of complicated pregnancies and how to deal with them.
Although most pregnancies are uneventful, with all pregnancies there is a risk that complications will occur. Complications such as acute fatty liver of pregnancy can be potentially life threatening to both mother and fetus; epilepsy is a cause of maternal death; symphysis pubis dysfunction is a distressing and painful condition preventing women from performing their normal activities. It is essential that midwives are able to diagnose such conditions, assess risk, identify complications and understand best practice management to prevent poor outcomes and improve women's experience of pregnancy.
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Ensure that you have the most up to date information at your fingertips with BJM's Complications of Pregnancy supplement.
These are just a few of the issues addressed in this supplement published by
How can nausea and vomiting in pregnancy be assessed for severity?
What are the risks associated with nausea and vomiting in pregnancy and hyperemesis gravidarum?
What are the medical and non-medical management options for nausea and vomiting in pregnancy?
What are the causes of vaginal bleeding in early pregnancy?
How should midwives manage vaginal bleeding in the first trimester?
Why are pregnancies for women with epilepsy high risk?
How can midwives improve care for women with epilepsy?
Why do many women with diabetes have poor glycemic control? How is this improved during pregnancy?
How common are twins? What are the risks of twin pregnancy?
How should labour and delivery of twins be managed?
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