Perinatal Outcomes Among Patients With Sepsis During Pregnancy
1. Pregnancies with antepartum sepsis were associated with placental dysfunctions
2. Increased antenatal surveillance to avoid sepsis during pregnancy may reduce the risk of fetal complications
Evidence Rating Level: 2 (Good)
Maternal sepsis is a prevalent, life threatening condition that evolves rapidly with a fatality...
1. There was no significant difference with regard to diagnosis and treatment of pre-eclampsia, fetal growth restriction, and gestational diabetes between the telehealth integrated care and conventional models.
2. A significant reduction in the incidence of pre-term births among women in high-risk pregnancies was seen (-0.68% change per week).