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ACOG Committee on Nominations Selects Slate of National Officer Nominees for April 2018-May 2019.  


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November 2017




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November 2017


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November 2017

Large-scale catastrophic events and infectious disease outbreaks highlight the need for disaster planning at all community levels. Features unique to the obstetric population (including antepartum, intrapartum, postpartum and neonatal care) warrant special consideration in the event of a disaster. Pregnancy increases the risks of untoward outcomes from various infectious diseases. Trauma during pregnancy presents anatomic and physiologic considerations that often can require increased use of resources such as higher rates of cesarean delivery. Recent evidence suggests that floods and human-i...


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November 2017

The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists has identified the following resources that may be helpful for ob-gyns, other health care providers and patients on topics related to neural tube defects.  These materials are for information purposes only and are not meant to be comprehensive. Referral to these resources does not imply ACOG's endorsement of the organization, the organization’s website, or the content of the resource. The resources may change without notice. Jump to: Resources for Ob-Gyns and Women’s Health Care Providers External Resources Resources fo...


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November 2017

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Large-scale catastrophic events and infectious disease outbreaks require disaster planning at all community levels. Today, in an updated Committee Opinion, “Hospital Disaster Preparedness for Obstetricians and Facilities Providing Maternity Care,” the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) outlined the key components to preparation and communication for the successful management of obstetrical care during emergencies. 


Large-scale catastrophic events and infectious disease outbreaks require disaster planning at all community levels. Today, in an updated Committee Opinion, “Hospital Disaster Preparedness for Obstetricians and Facilities Providing Maternity Care,” the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) outlined the key components to preparation and communication for the successful management of obstetrical care during emergencies. 


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