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Post-Term Pregnancy

All interventions to artificially control the timing of delivery (induction of labor, caesarean section) are associated with risk, albeit small, of certain complications.

Clinical Observation

If your treatment in the ER is completed and you would benefit from a few more hours of observation, do you have to be admitted as an inpatient?

Gestational Diabetes

Gestational diabetes occurs when the mother has high blood glucose levels during pregnancy. This happens in more than 15% of pregnancies in the U.S., and can happen even in women who have never had diabetes before.

Triage Acuity

How are triage patients categorized and what does that mean?


Who is reading your radiology studies?

Group B Strep

A brief overview of "Group B" streptococcus (strep) infection during pregnancy.

Trauma Centers

What does it mean if an emergency room is at a hospital with a trauma center, and how are these designations utilized?

Fetal Monitoring

What does fetal monitoring involve? Is it harmful?