Published in Women's Health Weekly, August 23rd, 2001
Despite modern obstetric and cardiac care, pregnancy in women with heart disease can be associated with significant complications to the health of the mother and child. Current risk estimates are primarily based on retrospective studies, a particular type of heart disease or examined cases at a specific hospital. This is the first large-scale study taking a prospective look at the frequency...
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