New MIMS table summarises treatment options in pregnancy

Healthcare professionals unsure how to treat common conditions in pregnant women can now turn to a quick-reference MIMS table summarising suitable interventions.

by Chloe Harman
Medicines should be prescribed in pregnancy only if the expected benefit to the mother is greater than the risk to the foetus. | GETTY IMAGES
Medicines should be prescribed in pregnancy only if the expected benefit to the mother is greater than the risk to the foetus. | GETTY IMAGES

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