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Investigating the Link Between PCOS & CV Risk Factors During Delivery

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Investigating the Link Between PCOS & CV Risk Factors During Delivery

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    Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) affects approximately 5 to 13 percent of women in the general population. And although previous research has shown its link to cardiovascular (CV) risk factors later in life, a new study has revealed that PCOS can increase the risk of heart complications during delivery. So what do these findings mean when it comes to caring for pregnant patients with PCOS? Find out with Dr. Hector Chapa as he’s joined by lead author of the study Dr. Erin Michos, who's the Director of Women’s Cardiovascular Health and an Associate Professor of Medicine at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. 

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    Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) affects approximately 5 to 13 percent of women in the general population. And although previous research has shown its link to cardiovascular (CV) risk factors later in life, a new study has revealed that PCOS can increase the risk of heart complications during delivery. So what do these findings mean when it comes to caring for pregnant patients with PCOS? Find out with Dr. Hector Chapa as he’s joined by lead author of the study Dr. Erin Michos, who's the Director of Women’s Cardiovascular Health and an Associate Professor of Medicine at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. 

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