Virtual Grand Rounds in OB Anesthesia: February 2016

published 3 years ago by Ed Nemergut and Robert Thiele (presented by the IARS)

Late Term Fetal Loss  & Severe Life-Limiting Fetal Conditions: Delivering Patient-Centered Anesthetic Care with Michael G. Richardson

Well welcome everyone. So today's talk involves late term fetal loss and severe life threatening fetal conditions. And the topic is really designed to help us to deliver better patient centered anesthetic care. I'll start off with this a 2425 year old woman she too P. 0100 she presents in labor at 34 weeks she's got poorly controlled diabetes she is known severe cardiac an intra car cranial malformations. And on assessment her she has an intrauterine fetal demise she hasn't reach why Anna and unfavorable cervix. This is one of 2 cases a couple of years ago they grab my interest. And that of Amanda Williamson senior resident at the time. And dad married even tell if former fellow and now my colleague here in our bill both co authors on a paper that we published last some summer ...

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