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High-Risk Pregnancy News

Comprehensive Model for High-risk Pregnancies

Guiding expectant mothers through challenges and on to a successful birth often requires expertise and collaboration.

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Early Birth, Extraordinary Care

Kassi was born prematurely at 31 weeks with Down syndrome and faced heart issues, breathing problems, kidney disease and feeding issues. The Johns Hopkins All Children’s Fetal, Maternal & Neonatal Institute managed and coordinated her early care, working to build her strength and size so she could thrive on her own.

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Kangaroo Care Creates Bond Between Baby and Parent

Kangaroo Care creates a bond between babies and their parents that has proven to have benefits for all involved.

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Newborn Nectar

Mother’s own milk is proving to be the best medicine for low-weight preemies.

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Born at 1.1 Pounds, She's Headed Home

A premature baby meets many challenges as she gets ready to finally leave the hospital.

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Q&A with Suzanne Icely, M.D., and Jose Prieto, M.D., Johns Hopkins All Children’s Maternal Fetal & Neonatal Institute

The Johns Hopkins All Children’s Maternal, Fetal & Neonatal Institute seeks to improve outcomes for newborns through collaborative approaches to value-based care, beginning with the high-risk expectant mother, continuing through delivery and neonatal intensive care unit admission, and extending beyond discharge.

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