All moms-to-be are advised to remain safe at home during the COVID-19 pandemic
Pregnant women can stay in touch with physicians via telemedicine as needed, and follow precautionary distancing measures to tackle coronavirus infection
Social distancing is one of the best ways to get rid of coronavirus infection. Health experts recommend pregnant women to stay safe at home and minimize unnecessary hospital trips. However, if needed expecting moms can keep in touch with their physicians through telemedicine.
During a time of COVID-19 precautions and isolation, pregnancy, especially high-risk pregnancies, which usually require more frequent in-office monitoring, presents a particular challenge for mom and healthcare provider.
To allay fears and provide clear guidance, the division of Maternal Fetal Medicine at Jefferson Health published recommendations today in one of the leading journals in the field, The American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology MFM.
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