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Sickle Cell Disease (SCD): Maternal/Fetal/Neonatal Perspective

This lecture was recorded on 10/29/2014
Speaker: John Morrison

At the end of this presentation, the viewer will be able to:
1. Summarize the literature regarding Sickle Cell Disease and its effect on maternal fetal outcome
2. List the advantages and disadvantages of prophylactic versus emergent transfusion in patient with Sickle Cell Disease
3. Understand the different Halotypes and how they function in women with Sickle Cell Disease
4. Illustrate appropriate prenatal, antepartum and postpartum management as of patients with Sickle Cell Disease 
5. Detail new methods of treatment of Sickle Cell Disease and which of these may apply to pregnant women

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