This presentation, originally prepared for a designated tertiary hospital meeting, discusses how to screen pregnant women for Ebola virus disease and how to care for pregnant women with known or suspected Ebola, including considerations for pregnant healthcare workers.
Obstetrical-Maternal Care for Ebola Patients
November 19, 2014
PDF Attachment / 274 KBObstetrical-Maternal Care for Ebola Patients (D. Jamieson, CDC and H. Minkoff, ACOG)
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