perinatologist


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an obstetrician specializing in perinatology

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Because the levels of hCG did not rise (exceeding 1000 mU/ml) past day 4, the perinatologist could not exclude ectopic pregnancy because of the gestational sac not being generally visible.
The NP communicated the initial referral information to the perinatologist and perinatal center NP; thereafter, weekly and PRN laboratory results, EDW and fluid status information, BP ranges, and any signs and symptoms believed to be significant were sent.
A perinatologist at the University of California at San Francisco, she specializes in high-risk pregnancy and is a member of the Fetal Treatment Center at UCSF Children's Hospital.
Freeman urged consulting a perinatologist and monitoring with level II ultrasound for cardiac defects and spina bifida and with fetal echocardiography for cardiovascular defects.
Later, he arranged for the patient to see a perinatologist.
After making that decision, Becky visited her gynecologist in Olympia and perinatologist in Seattle every two weeks.
The perinatologist, a specialist in maternal-fetal health, is the person who often receives these referrals.
At 27 weeks, my perinatologist decided it was necessary to drain some amniotic fluid to reduce the polyhydramnios.
Stephen Clark, a leading perinatologist, works with sick newborns and women in high-risk pregnancies.
a noted perinatologist who served as medical director of The Women's Hospital for two decades.
Buresch, a perinatologist with Kaiser Permanente in San Diego.
Pauli is Associate Professor, Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Penn State University College of Medicine, and Attending Perinatologist at the Milton S.
Byron Calhoun, perinatologist and researcher at the University of West Virginia explains: "An increase in the frequency of high risk pregnancies without appropriate referral to specialized medical care may be associated to poor maternal health outcomes, including deaths.