Having a baby is pretty easy these days. But for some mothers-to-be, their pregnancies can be complicated by a long-term medical condition like diabetes or congenital heart disease. Learn about what Singapore General Hospital's (SGH) Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (O&G) is doing for these women in the latest issue of Singapore Health.
Also in the Jan-Feb 2019 issue, read about how SGH nurses are serving the community; how liver failure patients who can’t find a compatible transplant donor are finding fresh hope with a new treatment technique; and how safe ketogenic and other trendy low-carbs diets are. Find out what lifestyle changes young people can make to stem heart disease, which is on the rise among the young; and how encephalitis is hard to diagnose but early detection may prevent permanent brain damage.
Download Singapore Health Issue 55 (Jan/Feb 2019) (large file size)
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