Disparities in Contraception in Women with Cardiovascular Diseases in the Cardiac-Obstetrical Clinic
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- National Survey of Family Growth 2017-19 survey reported a 65.3% contraceptive use:
- 18% tubal, 5.6% vasectomy
- 18% hormonal therapy
- 8.4% intrauterine devices (IUD)
- 8.4% condoms
- To evaluate postpartum contraception plans and use in pregnant women with cardiovascular disease (CVD) after visits to the combined cardio-obstetric clinic
contraception, cardiovascular disease, cardiac obstetrical clinic
Medicine and Health Sciences | Obstetrics and Gynecology
Fiorini, Laura; De Abreu Pineda, Maria; Baxter, Jason K.; McCurdy, Rebekah J.; Jones, Andria; Rajapreyar, Indranee; and Roman-Camargo, Amanda, "Disparities in Contraception in Women with Cardiovascular Diseases in the Cardiac-Obstetrical Clinic" (2023). Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Posters. 17.
Presented at the 2023 Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine Annual Pregnancy Meeting.