- General information Maternal infections can have an important impact on maternal and fetal health, but are often largely unknown to the obstetrician in general. At this time there are important developments in this field that require an update, such as the recent Zika virus epidemic, with the capacity to seriously affect the fetus, the new prenatal prognostic parameters in cytomegalovirus infections and new possible intrauterine treatment strategies, or the new evidence on the efficacy of the dTpa vaccine during pregnancy and the best time for its administration. The course also updates on chronic viral infections during pregnancy (HIV and Hepatitis B and C), new treatment guidelines and fetal repercussions of maternal treatments. The course program also includes a practical review accompanied by iconography for the differential diagnosis of genital ulcers and a practical approach on what to do in situations of contact of the pregnant woman in cases of tuberculosis or exanthemic diseases with fetal risk.Start and duration
From August 5, 2022 to August 4, 2023. Registration for the course will close on June 30, 2023. The student will have access from the moment he/she purchases the course until the deadline for the publication of the course. However, should you wish to obtain the course diploma with continuing education credits, you will have 5 weeks from the time you first enter the course to complete the course, take the exam and obtain the certificate.
Registration fee and diploma
- The base price of the course is 120€. The diploma can be downloaded in PDF directly from the campus upon completion and passing the exam.
- Diploma sent by mail,132€.