Pregnancy during COVID-19 Loma Linda University Children's Hospital and Inland Empire Health Plan webinar

RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif., Loma Linda University Children's Hospital and Inland Empire Health Plan are teaming up to assist expectant moms apprehend the troubles surrounding being pregnant at some point of COVID-19. The health facility and fitness graph will existing a free webinar on Tuesday, Nov. 10, at 5 p.m. by using the LLU Children's Hospital and IEHP Facebook pages.

The webinar will talk about risks, symptoms, and viable issues of COVID-19 all through pregnancy. Speakers will encompass LLU Children's Hospital doctors Dr. Courtney Martin and Dr. Ruofan Yao, as nicely as IEHP's Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Karen Hansberger, and IEHP's Senior Family and Community Medical Director, Dr. Priya Batra.

"We are grateful for the possibility to companion with IEHP related to COVID-19 and pregnancy," stated Dr. Martin, scientific director for maternity offerings at LLU Children's Hospital. "Across the country and right here in the Inland Empire, we have viewed the disproportionate affect to Latina female and these with country funded insurance. We have additionally considered a greater fee of respiratory failure in this equal population. We hope to share with our companions in the Inland Empire what we have realized thru the giant extent of instances at Loma Linda University Health, California Maternal Quality Care Collaboration bi-weekly meetings, and updated research."

"COVID 19 is a in no way earlier than considered complication for obstetric management," stated Dr. Yao, OBGYN and maternal fetal medicinal drug professional at LLU Children's Hospital. "At Loma Linda University, we display each case of COVID-19 contamination to decide the excellent cure route in order to optimize the fitness of mother and baby."

During the webinar, viewers will have the chance to ask questions and actively interact with Doctors, who will be responding to questions and remarks live.

"This is uncharted territory for all of us," stated Dr. Karen Hansberger. "However, that does now not alternate IEHP's dedication to our members, vendors and partners. Working collectively and sharing this statistics permits us to guide our contributors who are anticipating and offers us a top notch chance to similarly assist the normal communities we're honored to serve."

To view the webinar on Nov. 10, go to LLUCH and IEHP on Facebook. 

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