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Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic in Pregnancy, Birthing, Postpartum and Breastfeeding: A Systematic Review of Literature
Roksana Behruzi, RM, MSc., PhDAssistant ProfessorDepartment of Family Medicine, McGill UniversityClinician Researcher -Centre de Recherche de CISSS de l'OutaouaisSenior Midwife at Maison de Naissance de l'OutaouaisSlide2
The aim of this systematic review is to discover the experience and perception of women during Covid-19 pandemic throughout pregnancy, birth, postpartum and lactation.
What are the risks of COVID-19 infection in pregnant women?
What are the perception and experience of
the Covid-19 pandemic?
A narrative review of published literature conducted to identify all articles relating to COVID-19 in pregnancy until Jan 30, 2021. Search terms included combinations of COVID-19 and pregnancy and were input into Medline, Cochrane, Web of Science, and PubMed. The peer-reviewed articles on COVID-19 infection in pregnancy, experiences and perceptions, and how women are affected by Covid-19 and the current pandemic were included. Non-English language articles were not included.
From 131 article, 15 included to this review.Slide3
This review of literature suggest that the COVID-19 pandemic has adverse outcomes on maternal physical and psychological health, specially during the third trimester of pregnancy, birth and postpartum.
The birthing and postpartum parents should be supported by their networks and healthcare providers. The strategies for facilitating support to pregnant mothers and families should be considered by health care managers.Slide7
Fig. 1. COVID-19 during pregnancy: management and prevention strategies (Kumar et al 2021)Slide8
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