High Risk Pregnancy: Concerns for pre-term birth

12/17/2008 - Webcast

Guests Include:

Cynthia McEvoy, M.D.
Department of Neonatology
Oregon Health & Science University

A normal pregnancy term lasts about 40 weeks, but babies born prior to 37 weeks are considered pre-term or premature babies. In this special webcast, Oregon Health and Science University neonatologist Dr. Cynthia McEvoy will help listeners understand the various impacts of high-risk pregnancies. Hear more about warning signs of pre-term labor and health complications surrounding pre-term births. We will also hear from a patient who experienced a high-risk pregnancy.

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