Management of pregnant women infected with Ebolavirus
The authors report two cases of confirmed Ebolavirus disease in pregnant women who presented at the Médecins Sans Frontières Ebola treatment centre in Guéckédou, Guinea. Both of the women survived. In both cases a decision was made to induce vaginal delivery. The authors present a number of considerations regarding the management of Ebolavirus-infected pregnant women, including the use of amniocentesis and induced delivery, and whether other invasive medical interventions are justified.
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