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ACOG has released FAQs that address common questions faced by obstetrical care professionals. The recommendations in this document reinforce CDC guidance and clarify some issues specific to obstetrics. Below are highlighted FAQs from the document (please see ‘Learn More – Primary Sources’ below for link to complete document)
For Pregnant Women
Obstetrical Healthcare Workers
N95 mask should be worn in addition to droplet precaution PPE for any patients with suspected or confirmed COVID, and for any patient, regardless of respiratory symptoms, during indispensable aerosolizing procedures, including second stage of labor
…low-dose aspirin should continue to be offered to pregnant and postpartum women as medically indicated
For patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 for whom low-dose aspirin would be indicated, modifications to care may be individualized
Continue to Manage According to Current Clinical Guidance
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