A high risk pregnancy is one in which some condition puts the mother, the developing fetus, or both at higher-than-normal risk for complications during or after the pregnancy and birth.
We manage the full-spectrum of high-risk pregnancies, giving comprehensive care. Our expert specialists have extensive experience in the management of the most complex maternal and foetal disorders. A pregnancy is also considered high-risk when prenatal tests indicate that the baby has a serious health problem (for example, a heart defect). In such cases, the mother will need special tests, and possibly medication, to carry the baby safely through to delivery.
Preconception evaluation of women to optimize maternal and perinatal outcomes. Examples include women with underlying illness, previous adverse pregnancy outcome, or considering advanced reproductive technology.
Any antepartum patient admitted for “other than delivery” support for intrapartum care including before labor; first-, second- and third-stage issues; intrapartum foetal monitoring; aneasthesia and analgesia; operative vaginal delivery, cesarean delivery; trial of labor after cesarean