COVID 19: Recent Researches Indicate the Possibility of Vertical transmission from Mother to Fetus
By ANNURMCBNEWS | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 1 views
In March and April 2020 a research was presented at a medical conference held online, a total of 31 Women who delivered babies were assessed by the Italian Researchers. The researchers have found signs of the Virus in many of the samples of umbilical cord blood, placenta and one sample of breast milk.
The lead researcher, who was an Immunology Specialists at the University of Milan Still, in Person of Dr. Claudio Fenizia furthermore said Pregnant Women should not be scared by the mentioned findings which did not mean that there is viable coronavirus in the samples.
He also added that its too early make any possible changes in the care of the pregnant Women so that the probability of the findings to positive will be limited.
However, more research is required particularly in Women who are infected earlier in their their pregnancies in order to support the above findings. He said
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