COVID-19 in Pregnant Women: Case Series from One Large New York City Obstetrical Practice

By on July 22, 2020


COVID-19 changed the world in 2020.  One of the questions we get a lot is how it affects pregnant women.  However, most studies only include hospitalized patients, making it seem like outcomes are worse than they might be.  In this study, we report our experience with 92 pregnant women (approximately 12% of our pregnant patients) who had known or suspected COVID-19 infection. Fortunately, outcomes were very reassuring.

Learn More on the Healthful Woman Podcast

“Pregnancy in the Land of Corona!” -with Emily Oster

“We’re Still Open 24/7: Labor and Delivery During Corona” – with Dr. Angela Bianco

“Lockdown: Everyone’s at Home!” – with Dr. Michal Agus Fox

“Newborn Babies and Corona” – with Dr. Annemarie Stroustrup

“The Search for the Cure to Corona” – with Dr. Eldad Hod

“Corona: An Inside Report from the Front Lines” – with Dr. Zevy Hamburger

“The Ethics of Fertility Treatments During Corona” – with Dr. Alan Copperman

“PPE, Yeah You Know Me” – with Dr. Sarp Aksel

“Ending the Quarantine: If, When, and How?” – with Emily Oster

Maternal Fetal Medicine blogs are intended for educational purposes only and do not replace certified professional care. Medical conditions vary and change frequently. Please ask your doctor any questions you may have regarding your condition to receive a proper diagnosis or risk analysis. Thank you!