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Shorter Hospital Stays - Pandemic Protocols Don't Stand in the Way of a Safe Delivery

"It's always our goal to discharge a patient after she has met all of her postpartum milestones and is medically stable to go home. But with COVID-19, we are mindful of the potential risk of unnecessary or prolonged stays in the hospital. It is encouraging to see that in the short term, spending less time was not associated with more complications," Naqvi said.  Dr. Mariam Naqvi, senior author of the study,  is a maternal-fetal medicine specialist.

This may be extended protocol after COVID is just a memory.

Read more about it here. 

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