Role of Midwives

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

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