6 December 2020, Online
Webinar on Clinical Medicine | Prediction of Preterm Birth in High Risk Pregnancies
Preterm birth (PTB) remains one of the biggest challenges in contemporary obstetrics as it is associated with an increased risk of mortality as well as short- and long-term morbidity of the offspring. Many risk factors for PTB were identified, including multiple gestation, placental insufficiency, cervical pathology and uterine factors, among others. As a result, many women are currently classified as at high risk for PTB. Accurate prediction of PTB is crucial as it can assist in selecting the optimal prevention measurements and counseling regarding the suitable antepartum follow up and the need for potential transfer to the appropriate facility in case of very high risk of PTB.
With a distinguished panel of leaders in this field, Professors Liran Hiersch, John Kingdom, Nathan Fox, Tal Biron-Shental and Ido Solt, this webinar will address aspects and perspectives on the prediction of PTB in various clinical scenarios.
When? 6 December 2020 at 3.00pm CET | 9.00am EST