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Universal Screening for SARS-CoV-2 in Women Admitted for Delivery
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Pregnant women who were admitted to a New York hospital for delivery and who underwent universal testing for SARS-CoV-2 and found that more than one in eight patients tested positive for the virus had a family history of SARS. Expand
COVID-19 infection among asymptomatic and symptomatic pregnant women: Two weeks of confirmed presentations to an affiliated pair of New York City hospitals
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A series of 43 test-confirmed cases of COVID-19 presenting to a pair of affiliated New York City hospitals over two weeks from March 13 to 27, 2020 are described. Expand
Coronavirus disease 2019 infection among asymptomatic and symptomatic pregnant women: two weeks of confirmed presentations to an affiliated pair of New York City hospitals
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A series of 43 test-confirmed cases of COVID-19 presenting to a pair of affiliated New York City hospitals over two weeks from March 13 to 27, 2020 are described. Expand
National Partnership for Maternal Safety Consensus Bundle on Obstetric Hemorrhage.
Hemorrhage is the most frequent cause of severe maternal morbidity and preventable maternal mortality and therefore is an ideal topic for the initial national maternity patient safety bundle. TheseExpand
Simulation Training Improves Medical Students’ Learning Experiences When Performing Real Vaginal Deliveries
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Student simulation training is beneficial to learn obstetric skills in a minimal risk environment, demonstrate competency with maneuvers, and translate this competence into increased clinical participation and confidence. Expand
Universal Screening for SARS-CoV-2 in Women Admitted for Delivery
TLDR
A universal testing approach potentially benefits all involved with the delivery in regards to planning hospital isolation tactics, strategic bed assignments, neonatal care, and guidance for the use of personal protective equipment. Expand
National Partnership for Maternal Safety: consensus bundle on obstetric hemorrhage.
Hemorrhage is the most frequent cause of severe maternal morbidity and preventable maternal mortality and therefore is an ideal topic for the initial national maternity patient safety bundle. TheseExpand
Improving shoulder dystocia management among resident and attending physicians using simulations.
OBJECTIVE The objective of the study was to determine whether a simulation-based educational program would improve residents' and attending physicians' performance in a simulated shoulder dystocia.Expand
COVID-19 in pregnancy: early lessons
Abstract As the worldwide incidence of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) rapidly increases, there remains limited information on COVID-19 in pregnancy. We present here our experience with anExpand
Resident training for eclampsia and magnesium toxicity management: simulation or traditional lecture?
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Simulation training is superior to traditional lecture alone for teaching crucial skills for the optimal management of both eclampsia and magnesium toxicity, 2 life-threatening obstetric emergencies. Expand
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