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Maternal-fetal medicine is a healthcare division that focuses on treating the fetus and mother's drugs and other health issues before, after, and immediately after birth. This is one of medicine's quickly growing areas, especially in the case of fetal healthcare. This is an Obstetrics sub-speciality. This is otherwise referred to as perinatology. Patients that have health problems before, after or during birth are treated by maternal-fetal clinicians. I look for unstable pregnant mothers, mothers who appear to have difficult pregnancies and women whose fetuses are at risk. Maternal-fetal experts must have received expertise in all areas of obstetrics. And they're more able to withstand a high-risk pregnancy.

  • Pregnancy care and delivery
  • Fetal monitoring and assessment
  • Development of embryo and fetus
  • Maternal-fetal surgery
  • Challenges in pregnancy
  • Recent advancements in maternal-fetal medicine

Obstetrics is the scientific discipline that deals with cycles of conception, childbirth and postpartum. Gynecology is the scientific area that deals with the physical and reproductive wellbeing of women. Together Obstetrics & Gynecology comprise the full continuum of women's health care. Many of the obstetricians in maternal-fetal care should be sub-specialized. This is the gynecologist who usually treats women's sexual health problems. Therefore, the meeting would be more appropriate for obstetricians & gynecologists to discuss their field's recent advances.

  • Reproductive gynecology
  • Pediatric and adolescent gynecology
  • Urogynecology
  • Gynecologic oncology
  • Minimally invasive surgery

High-risk pregnancy is a birth with additional serious problems that can be a danger to mom and fetus alike. Such births need care from a variety of highly trained physicians such as an obstetrician, surgeon and a specialist in maternal-fetal medicine. Numerous risk factors for a high-risk pregnancy may occur, such as current health condition of a mother, obesity, multiple births and old or young maternal age. Early diagnosis and routine prenatal treatment, without any complications, will allow women to have normal pregnancies.

  • Factors inducing high-risk pregnancy
  • Understanding a high-risk pregnancy
  • Managing a high-risk pregnancy
  • Preventing high-risk pregnancy

Symptoms and complications of pregnancy can range from moderate to serious, life threatening illness at times. Many complications can appear during birth, and others can appear well before conception, and when left uncared can become a severe disease. It will also be difficult to decide which are natural and which are anomalous signs. Finding a depression all through the pregnancy is very normal. But the extreme depression would let a woman not to care herself and her baby. Clear knowledge of the body with physician's support, proper care, and early identification of any problems will free the woman from maternal health issues.

  • Gestational diabetes
  • Eclampsia & preeclampsia
  • Gestational hypertension
  • Postpartum bleeding
  • Hyperemesis Gravidarum
  • Maternal infections
  • Postpartum thyroiditis
  • Postpartum depression

In the field of pediatric gene and stem cell therapy, extensive work is being carried out in the hope of offering early diagnosis of genetic abnormalities, open fetal surgery to correct birth defects such as congenital heart disease, and preeclampsia. In the last few years , advances in fetal screening, genomics and minimally invasive approaches as well as a deeper understanding of the evolutionary history of many fetal diseases have revolutionized the diagnosis of many prenatally diagnosed fetal conditions , mainly through animal research.

  • Recent updates in maternal-fetal medicine
  • Advanced Techniques for Prenatal Diagnosis
  • Clinical trials on fetal health & development
  • Detection and Prevention of Congenital Anomalies
  • Clinical trials on Pediatric and adolescent medicine

Fetal pregnancy risks include growth limits, birth defects, developmental abnormalities and maternal infection issues. Precise and early diagnosis helps facilitate care during breastfeeding and plan and train for the health of the infant directly after birth. For certain cases, prenatal testing aims to brace a baby for early birth, and to assess the correct delivery time.

  • Ectopic pregnancy
  • Miscarriage
  • Placental Abruption
  • Multiple pregnancies
  • Intrauterine bleeding
  • Preterm birth

The delivery method can vary based on the current health condition, from person to person. Vaginal delivery (normal delivery) is the most common method of childbirth and the most secure. Different support may be required if necessary, to carry out the delivery. Forceps may be used to cup the baby's head and help steer the infant into the canal for conception. Vacuum delivery is another form of delivery aided and is identical to delivery forceps. During vacuum delivery, a plastic cup is attached by suction to the infant's head and the doctor can pull the infant slowly out of the birth canal. Vaginal delivery cannot always be necessary. Careful physical exercises and doctor's careful advice will require

  • C-section delivery
  • Homebirth
  • Waterbirth
  • Natural childbirth
  • Breech birth
  • Induced labor

Around 3 to 4 percent of babies are born with some form of birth defect. A birth condition is either a physical or a mental problem. It may be moderate or severe. Many birth defects have life-threatening effects. Congenital diseases or congenital abnormalities are also known as birth defects. Several common birth defects include congenital heart abnormalities, lip / palate clefts, down syndrome and spina bifida. Child defects may be caused by genetic or chromosomal abnormalities, exposure to certain medications or chemicals, or other diseases during birth. Risk factors include folate deficiency, smoking or alcohol during pregnancy, chronic diabetes, and motherhood delays. Until conception different prenatal tests will detect a number of defects. The treatment differs, depending on the defects. Therapy, medicine , surgery or aided technologies can be needed for these.

  • Structural birth defects
  • Functional or developmental birth defects
  • Causes and risk factors
  • Testing and diagnosis
  • Prevention of birth defects

Conception therapy is comprised of parental (before birth) and postpartum (after birth) care for expectant mothers. It includes mom and infant therapy and training to ensure stable pregnancy, including labour and childbirth. Prenatal treatment helps minimize complications during pregnancy and raises the probability that childbirth will be safe and stable. Daily prenatal appointments will help the doctor control the pregnancy before it gets dangerous and identify any issues or risks. Although maternity care is based on the nine months of pregnancy, postpartum care really is important. The postnatal period lasts from six to eight weeks, beginning shortly after the baby is born.

  • Nutrition and pregnancy
  • Guidance on postnatal healthcare
  • Fetal Nutrition
  • Postnatal weight management
  • Breastfeeding

Sexual and reproductive well-being is not only about physical well-being-it requires the right to safe and stable relationships, inclusive, secure and appropriate health care, access to accurate records, efficient and available forms of contraception, and access to timely maternal support and services. Specific stages of life are linked with particular sexual and reproductive health problems for women, including menstruation, reproduction, cervical screening, abortion, breastfeeding, sexually transmitted infections, acute health (such as endometriosis and polycystic ovarian syndrome), and menopause. Access to sexual and reproductive health resources, comprehensive guidance on keeping a safe diet, and physical and mental wellness facilities will also help women achieve the best possible safety and well-being.

  • Infertility, diagnosis and treatment
  • Abortion and women's health
  • Family planning
  • Contraception
  • In vitro fertilization
  • Sexually transmitted diseases
  • Assisted reproductive technology

A Certified Nurse-Midwife (CNM) is a nurse who has a master's degree in midwifery and is qualified in many fields of national women's health care. Midwives advocate women-centric, individualized care for patients and their families. Midwives specialize in the regular aspects of pregnancy , childbirth, and postpartum. Midwives treat many common obstetrical problems and work with Obstetricians to ensure appropriate care for patients. Midwives also offer counselling, mediation and family planning services, as well as the use of fertility medications and pregnancy choice resources. Trained midwives offer routine gynecologic care to patients during their lives. Therefore, their position in Fetal & Maternal healthcare is unavoidable. Midwifery in maternal-fetal medicine

  • Postpartum care and supervision
  • Labor risks and management
  • Pregnancy and mental health
  • Unplanned pregnancy & labor guidance

Neonatology is a pediatric subspecialty consisting of medical treatment for newborn babies, particularly the sick or premature baby. It is a hospital-based specialty that is used for neonatal care primarily in intensive care units. Not all young adults are premature babies. A medical condition can present a specific challenge. Big organs such as liver , lungs, stomach, and skin cannot be developed enough to operate without special assistance. Neonatologists have the advanced qualifications appropriate for the diagnosis and treatment of infant medical conditions. For comparison, neonatologists use devices specially designed for the tiniest patients. The role in postnatal treatment will then be important.

  • Neonatal health and medicine
  • Perinatal medicine
  • Neonatal disorders
  • Neonatal mortality
  • Neonatal surgery

Women's health coverage helps to guide, remind and affect our lives and our imaginations. Some include new therapies or therapy strategies that may be of benefit to many women , especially after menopause. To date, the priority of female health care has been on maternal and childcare, family planning and infertility. Ironically, women have much more incidence of such diseases than men. In the coming decades further developments and inventions are also needed.

  • Maternal mortality – causes & prevention
  • HIV/AIDS – advancements in treatment
  • Scope of awareness in breastfeeding
  • Breast cancer – advancements in treatment

Reproductive endocrinology and infertility are a medical subspecialty for obstetrics and gynecology that teaches doctors of reproductive medicine to treat hormone activity because it applies to pregnancy and infertility. A Reproductive Endocrinologist is a reproductive doctor specialized in polycystic ovarian syndrome ( PCOS), endometriosis, hypothalamic pituitary disorder, congenital hyperplasia, tubal infertility, invitro fertilization (IVF) etc.

  • Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
  • Hyperprolactinemia
  • Ovulation disorders
  • Uterine fibroids
  • Endometriosis
  • Turner syndrome
  • Rett syndrome