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As per the available reports about 10 Journals, 16 Conferences, 45 National Symposium and 97 open access articles have been published on Fetal Health. A fetus is a developing mammal or other viviparous vertebrate after the embryonic stage and before birth. It is also defined as the unborn young of a vertebrate, after developing to its basic form.
The Division of Maternal Fetal Medicine is a unique division among its peers in the nation. It is one of only a handful of comprehensive maternal and fetal diagnostic and treatment centers in the United States. Care managers at our facility will help you from diagnosis, through pregnancy, to delivery and transfer to Children's Hospital Los Angeles for neonatal care if needed OMICS International has published more than 97 open access articles on the fetal health. 43 National Symposiums were organized by the OMICS group.
Integrated Care for most parents with high-risk pregnancies, the anxiety of fearing for the health of their unborn child can be complicated with the task of seeking out separate specialists for the multitude of opinions and care needed. While other centers across the nation bring you one or two specialists, we combine our outstanding networking and collaboration across a multitude of specialties to help you get all of the care that you need through a single center, answering all of your questions and providing answers that benefit from the insights of all of you and your unborn child's care providers. This includes:Maternal-Fetal Medicine (for high-risk pregnancy) Obstetric care (for the unborn child) Pediatric care (for care needed after birth) Our maternal-fetal services cover everything from diagnostic testing to patient care and the numerous subspecialties involved in coordinating care for both patients. The team works closely with you to provide complete care for you and your unborn child.
Approximately 26 million Americans will suffer with a substance abuse problem during their lifetime The incidence of substance abuse among women of reproductive age continues to increase, thus contributing to the growing problem of substance abuse during pregnancy. The highest rates of alcohol and drug use are among women in their childbearing years, with 6 million women experiencing alcohol problems, and more than 5 million currently using illicit substances. Greater than 50% of women aged 18 to 35 years responding to the National Institute on Drug Abuse Household Survey reported that they had used alcohol in the past month, and 5% reporting illicit drug use in the same interval, with marijuana the most frequently used substance.
The incidence of substance abuse during pregnancy ranges from 0.5% to 25% depending on the type of screening method utilized, such as urine drug screens versus self-reports of substance use, and the intensity of the screening program, with inherent biases in those screening only certain subpopulations of pregnant women. The largest population-based survey of 29,000 urine samples at delivery estimated the prevalence of substance abuse during pregnancy as 5.2% and alcohol use as 6.7%. Of the 4 million women who become pregnant each year, at least 20% smoke cigarettes, 19% drink alcohol, 20% use legal drugs, and 10% use illicit drugs during their pregnancy. Thus, substance use is highly prevalent in pregnant women.
OMICS International is the world leader for its scientific related services by organizing more than 300 International Conference across the world with the support from 1000 International scientific societies and institutes and also managing more than 400 peer reviewed open access journals in science, technology and environment. OMICS Group organizes scientific conferences on Clinical Sciences, Engineering & Applied Sciences, Life Sciences, Medical Sciences, Omics & Management and Pharmaceutical/Chemistry and it is a perfect platform for global networking. OMICS Group referred journals are well established and more than 30,000 Editorial Board Members. These journals have been provided to the users with the great services for more than 3.5 million readers across the globe.
The change in the infant formula market has been the switch in market shares between Mead Johnson and Ross. Mead Johnson’s share increased from 35 percent in 1987 to 52 percent in 2000 as their share of the WIC infant formula market almost tripled from 23 percent to 68 percent over the same period. Meanwhile, Ross’s share of the market declined from 55 percent in 1987 to 35 percent in 2015.
·International Fetal Medicine and Surgery Society
·Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine
·Society for Fetal Urology
·British Maternal and Fetal Medicine Society
·American Pregnancy Association
·North American Fetal Theraphy Network
·Russell Family Fetal Alcohol Disorder Association
·Maternal Fetal Associates of Mild Atlantic
·Maternal Fetal Associates of Kansas
·Maternal Fetal Associates of Maryland
·World Association of Perinatal Medicine
·International Society of Prenatal and perinatal psychology and Medicine
·National Perinatal Associations
·National Abortion Federation
·National Family Planning and Reproductive Health Association
·WellMark Life Sciences
·Biophar Group of Companies
·GMP Pharmaceutical LtdBayer/United Pharmaceuticals
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