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SMFM Webinar Series: Mimics of HELLP SyndromeContains 2 Component(s)
Speaker: Dr. Sibai At the completion of this lecture the viewer should be able to: 1. Describe the signs and symptoms of various syndromes confused with pre-eclampsia/HELLP 2. Compare diagnostic tests among these syndromes 3. Discuss management and complications in these syndromes
SMFM Webinar Series: Recurrent Pregnancy LossContains 2 Component(s)
Speaker: Stephanie Ros At the completion of this lecture, the viewer should be able to: 1-Identify common etiologies for recurrent pregnancy loss; 2-Perform an evidence-based evaluation of patients with recurrent pregnancy loss and; 3-Initiate low cost/low risk interventions for the prevention of recurrent pregnancy loss.
SMFM Webinar Series: Advances in Diagnosis and Management of Congenital CMV InfectionContains 2 Component(s)
Speaker: Laura Gibson At the completion of this lecture the viewer should: 1. Use, interpret and recognize the limitations of pre- and post-natal diagnostic tests 2. Apply current knowledge and clinical guidelines to patient management 3. Understand management challenges for which evidence is lacking or unclear
Imaging in Fetal AnomaliesContains 2 Component(s)
Speaker: Mariana Meyers At the completion of this lecture the physician should: 1-Understand the role of fetal MRI; 2-Understand the indications for a fetal MRI; 3-Understand how a fetal MRI is performed and 4-The areas in which fetal MRI has the greatest benefit
Amniotic Fluid EmbolismContains 2 Component(s)
Speaker: Steve Clark At the end of this presentation, the viewer will be able to understand that: -There are variations in clinical response in AFE patients -There are no causative link between hypertonic contractions and AFE -There are no demographic risk factors for the disease -Route of delivery does not effect risk -The syndrome occurs in antigenically mismatched mother-infant pairs or possible infection
Getting FundedContains 2 Component(s)
Speaker: George Macones The main objectives of this presentation are: 1-Discuss career paths in maternal-fetal medicine; 2-Describe types of fundings - federal, foundation or institutional; 3-Develop the path to obtain research funding
Getting Back Up: Being and Helping the Second VictimContains 2 Component(s)
Adverse outcomes are rare in obstetrics but when they occur are devastating not only to patients but also the caregivers. Join Drs. Lipkind and Pettker for this 30-minute podcast as they use their personal experiences to discuss the resources for supporting 'second victim’ caregivers who experience critical events.
Contracting for Maternal-Fetal MedicineContains 2 Component(s)
One of the most important factors in your practice’s success is contracting. Whether you want to learn the basics of contracting for yourself or want to explain the intricacies of MFM contracting to your administrators, take this opportunity to listen to one of the nation’s most knowledgeable sources.
Congenital Toxoplasmosis PreventionContains 2 Component(s)
SMFM member, Dr. Laurent Mandelbrodt, discusses results from the TOXOGEST study, a randomized open-label trial comparing pyrimethamine/sulfadiazine to spiramycin in reduction of perinatal transmission of toxoplasma gondii. The results were presented at the SMFM Annual Pregnancy Meeting in February 2018.