Pregnant women in road traffic collisions at heightened risk of birth complications, finds Taiwanese study

Pregnant women involved in road traffic collisions—even those with minor injuries—are at heightened risk of potentially serious birth complications, including dislodgement of the placenta (placental abruption), very heavy bleeding, and the need for a cesarean section, finds a Taiwanese study published online in the journal Injury Prevention.

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