Infections in Pregnancy
Upon completion of this session, you should be able to:
1. Summarize the epidemiology and natural history of common infectious agents in pregnancy.
2. Develop evidence-based strategies to prevent, diagnose and manage these infections.
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Lee T Dresang, MD, Professor University of Wisconsin Department of Family Medicine, Departmental Maternity Care Coordinator, ALSO Editorial Board Member, FPIN Board Member
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