Conservative Management of Preeclampsia

Preeclampsia is a leading cause of iatrogenic preterm birth. In the past, severe preeclampsia was treated by timely delivery. Current data suggest improved perinatal outcomes with expectant management of severe preeclampsia and Patients with mild preeclampsia should be managed expectantly until ≥ 37 weeks. 

Updates

Updates

February 21, 2017 - CMOP teams are in the final year of the initiative and have started out the year continuing to improve upon the work they have already accomplished.  A constant focus during the initiative has been monitoring time to Read more...
October 27, 2016 - Our CMOP teams have spent the past several months improving the care and outcomes of their patients and their infants by focusing on administering a full course of antenatal steroids on those at risk for pre-term delivery. Read more...
Results

Results

Charter, Action Plan, beginning data collection - see the teams below...

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