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We are starting our first Twins and Multiple pregnancy Q&A webinar.
Great start with Deborah Brown (Spec Twin MW) & Chelone Lee-Wo (Cons MW) on International Day of the Midwife. Great team to work with to strive for the best possible outcomes for the women & babies we care for. https://t.co/wzyzUyd5Xk
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Great to see several midwives as speakers on the programme, highlighting their contribution to improving pregnancy outcomes.
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Great start to International Day of the Midwife by talking on ‘COVID-19 & Stillbirth’ at the Saving Babies’ Lives Conference. Fantastic discussion coordinated by Professor Alex Haezell, & brilliant session with Professor Elizabeth Draper from MBRRACE. Thank you for the invite https://t.co/vuxQFErLmM
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Incredible feedback on the second episode of our Documentary’Baby surgeons: Delivering Miracles’ on @Channel4. You can watch the video of the surgery I performed to release the amniotic band on this link.

https://t.co/YGlVgAtjhF https://t.co/J3xEZ7grBl
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@StGeorgesUni: @ProfAsmaKhalil works with midwives at @StGeorgesTrust.

To mark #InternationalDayOfTheMidwife she says:

"Today we celebrate the skills, contribution and success of midwives and their work to get the best possible outcomes for the pregnant women and babies we care for."
#IDM2021 https://t.co/oHywyFI2lZ
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@STGMaternity: Expecting twins? Join @ProfAsmaKhalil , midwife Deborah Brown and @Chelmidi for our on-line twins and multiple pregnancy Q&A tomorrow evening at 18.30. You can ask any questions about pregnancy or birth. To register, email maternity.experience@stgeorges.nhs.uk
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@TwinsTrust: Another fantastic insight into the incredible work of the @StGeorgesTrust fetal medicine centre. We're extremely proud to work with you all @ProfAsmaKhalil @ProfBasky #BabySurgeons #ttts
https://t.co/4fVJPCm8A9
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@StGeorgesTrust: Filmed inside one of the UK's leading fetal medicine units, tonight's episode of Baby Surgeons: Delivering Miracles will showcase more of the extraordinary procedures performed by our teams to save the lives of babies.

Tune into @Channel4 now to watch #BabySurgeons. https://t.co/h18i2Sgzvo
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@StGeorgesTrust: "Every time we interfere with nature we roll the dice and take a chance that we can hopefully make things better."

"But we are under no illusion nature is in control here and will ultimately determine how a pregnancy ends." – @ProfAsmaKhalil

#BabySurgeons https://t.co/JH55iBvuVO
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@StGeorgesTrust: Professor Asma Khalil and the team are using a tiny camera to look for the band which is wrapped around Noreen's baby's ankle.

With tiny scissors inserted through a telescope, Asma will try to cut the band and release the baby's foot.

#BabySurgeons https://t.co/CeUnilAWJn
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@ThePortlandHosp: The next episode of Baby Surgeons: Delivering Miracles, featuring @ProfAsmaKhalil, is airing tonight at 9pm.

Tune in to @Channel4 to witness the complex work Professor Khalil carries out as part of her role at The Portland.

Catch up here: https://t.co/0l4zeS7sXV https://t.co/0M3oBQe1wz
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@StGeorgesTrust: Noreen's baby has an extremely rare condition called amniotic band syndrome.

As @ProfAsmaKhalil explains, it happens when parts of the membrane surrounding the baby peel away and wrap around parts of its body.

#BabySurgeons https://t.co/RoC5qInRF0
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@StGeorgesTrust: .@ProfAsmaKhalil who features in tonight's #BabySurgeons is Professor of Obstetrics and Maternal Fetal Medicine and the lead for our twin and multiple pregnancy service at St George's.

Read more about Asma here: https://t.co/ePzsgsuaLd https://t.co/8LjvueL3HN
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@StGeorgesTrust: Filmed at St George's Hospital, the new @Channel4 series #BabySurgeons will be back on your screens tonight at 9pm.

The series follows our incredible teams and the pioneering surgery they perform on babies who are still inside the womb, saving lives before they're even born. https://t.co/A8TrnBdkbU
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@StGeorgesTrust: "Viewers will undoubtedly be left in awe at the skill and compassion of Professor Basky and his team." - @RadioTimes

"An absorbing watch." - @guardiang2

"Extraordinary." - @thetimes2

Tune into @Channel4 tonight at 9pm for the second episode of #BabySurgeons. https://t.co/BzCtPTPWZR
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Really looking forward to the second episode of our Documentary ‘Baby Surgeons: Delivering Miracles’ at 9pm GMT on @Channel4 today! @StGeorgesTrust https://t.co/lMFsxNbhKf
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Great input from our amazing parents (Randika & Paul) & Lizzie D’Angelo from Tommy’s. Thank you for inviting me.
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Really enjoyed our discussion at the pregnancy Loss panel organised by 4WOMEN & @Channel4. Very timely with the recent Lancet paper on miscarriage & our Documentary Baby Surgeons: Delivering Miracles.
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@_PippaHarper: Gogglebox has me in tears watching the incredible #BabySurgeons: Delivering Miracles again.

Amazing work @ProfBasky and @ProfAsmaKhalil 👏

Don’t forget to tune in to episode two on Monday at 9pm @Channel4

#Gogglebox https://t.co/O7A0bw1SMq
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@CampaignsKeith: Huge thanks to all the webinar speakers as part of a series multiple-pregnancy sessions organised by @ProfAsmaKhalil @TwinsTrust @StGeorgesTwins1 watch again or sign up here https://t.co/3hwjSeLzIX https://t.co/xgeNFUloBn
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Starting the Twin and Multiple pregnancy webinar with a great talk on placental injection of monochorionic twin pregnancy: should it be the gold standard?

@TwinsTrust @StGeorgesTwins1 https://t.co/pJf5WDLYMj
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I admire their bravery! I know that the reading these stories and seeing them on the Channel 4 Documentary (Baby surgeons: Delibering Miracles) have had a huge impact on the public.
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A lovely article sharing our parents’ stories! It demonstrates beautifully how challenging it has been for them! I feel privileged to have been part of their journey, & I hope that my role contributed to a better outcome for the babies and the parents.

https://t.co/OBTYLmabta
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@HCUK_Clare: Understand the increase in stillbirths during the pandemic #SavingBabiesLives @ProfAsmaKhalil @SandsUK @MAMAAcademy @mbrrace https://t.co/Js1Jw2ztKX
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@CampaignsKeith: If your maternity & neonatal teams are registered @TwinsTrust they've been invited to join our FREE CPD webinars led by leading experts - Liesbeth Lewi, Yariv Yogev, Enrico Lopriore, Gordon Smith, Rogelio Cruz-Martinez @ProfAsmaKhalil @NandaSurabhi https://t.co/3hwjSeLzIX
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@DJSarahJane: My amazing consultant obstetrician Asma who brought Summer into the world !! Watch her incredible work tonight @Channel4 at 9pm https://t.co/eYDyuAXJu5
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@ISUOG: We are proud to see #ISUOG Trustee @ProfAsmaKhalil and Editor Emeritus of #UOGJournal Professor Basky Thilaganathan feature on the new series Baby Surgeons: Delivering Miracles starting tonight at 9pm BST @StGeorgesTrust https://t.co/47BuN0JqZp #BabySurgeons
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@RCObsGyn: We’re excited that RCOG spokespeople Professor Basky Thilaganathan and @ProfAsmaKhalil will feature in this Channel 4 documentary Baby Surgeons: Delivering Miracles over the coming weeks. https://t.co/HFh8wl6pH3
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Great to see interest from press and public in fetal surgery. It is our role as Fetal Medicine Specialists to raise awareness and help families share their stories. Huge thank you to all those who facilitated this documentary & I hope that you enjoy it.

https://t.co/wImH8mWyu0 https://t.co/U1PoAiz1gg
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@ISUOG: Hear from Asma Khalil about why you should attend the upcoming comprehensive #ISUOG course on diagnosis and management of congenital infections. https://t.co/Q6MKVWtwnk #LoveUltrasound @ProfAsmaKhalil https://t.co/QZu94rQdvq
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@RCObsGyn: Professor Asma Khalil @ProfAsmaKhalil has written a blog about the complexities and personal fulfilment of working in maternal fetal medicine. We look forward to hearing more from Asma at #RCOG2021. Read more: https://t.co/kIZgNh1Ez8 https://t.co/0cEsekSSjo
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Finally the safety data of mRNA Covid-19 vaccines in pregnancy are published in @NEJM. More than 35,000 pregnant women received the vaccine and no safety signals. This is the link to the @NEJM paper.

https://t.co/sAzyug3AsP
Being a fetal surgeon is one of the most rewarding professions; saving babies lives even before they are born. I look forward to watching ‘Baby surgeons: Delivering miracles’ on channel 4 on Mon 26th April @ 9pm. Thank you to all that made it happen!

https://t.co/WFtxgEYpMi https://t.co/hoCJr6HRF4
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Great discussion on what is new in the management of fetuses with growth restriction and prediction of stillbirth in non-SGA fetuses. 

Thank you for inviting me as a keynote speaker at the XII International Virtual Ultrasound Congress in Obstetrics and Gynecology. https://t.co/IO8dQHc6A4
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Good news!

JCVI recommends offering #COVIDー19 vaccination to all pregnant women in line with priority groups

Read this @RCObsGyn statement:

https://t.co/DEmM14p7zV
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Interesting video of an MCDA twin pregnancy with severe selective fetal growth restriction. One small twin, Large size discrepancy, severe oligohydramnios with normal amniotic fluid volume in the larger twin. #twins #mcda https://t.co/QHdP9LFquK
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Starting our Twins Trust Centre for Research and Clinical Excellence Centre twin and multiple pregnancy webinars. I look forward to seeing you virtually. @TwinsTrust https://t.co/FvjTmcTf3T
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I will be hosting a series of webinars with a variety of medical professionals giving talks on topics in their relevant fields of expertise.
2 speakers will give a 20 min talk, followed by discussion & questions from the audience. @TwinsTrust

REGISTER:

https://t.co/sgwY4OTqPs
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@tapssupport: A new paper explores the perinatal outcomes in monochorionic twin pregnancies complicated by Twin Anemia Polycythemia Sequence. No differences between mortality and morbidity in treatment types were reported.https://t.co/6dbcqZEbJ9 #tapssupport #tapsisreal @ISUOG @ProfAsmaKhalil https://t.co/LSuDeYSKpX
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Enjoyed talking on diagnosis and management of fetal anaemia at the World Congress of anemia attended by nearly 10,000 delegates!
Great discussion on the natural history and outcomes of fetal anaemia following rhesus alloimmunisation versus Twin Anaemia Polycythaemia Sequence. https://t.co/z3yNc3Y7ey
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Great to discuss the management challenges of selective fetal growth restriction in monochorionic twins at the 18th Congress of Perinatal Medicine. Great to share the session with Professor Liesbeth Lewi and share our UK experiences with other European countries. https://t.co/FvRebciyuL
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Great discussion on whether we should be offering Laser surgery in stage 1 TTTS at the 18th Congress of Perinatal Medicine. Thank you for inviting me to talk on management of TTTS at the Fetal Surgery session. https://t.co/3N9qTn3nr4
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We are starting a new series of free webinars on twin and multiple pregnancies. Please register if you would like to participate as a speaker.

I look forward to meeting you virtually. @TwinsTrust @StGeorgesTwins1 @StGeorgesTrust

https://t.co/6KDCoKKK6h https://t.co/jKFMdLd2mW
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Maternal mortality, stillbirth, ruptured ectopic and maternal anxiety/depression were increased during the COVID-19 pandemic. Below is a link to our recent paper in Lancet Global Health @LancetGH

https://t.co/EzYjJfACVc

I have also made a short video summarising the findings. https://t.co/K6CjwpTu2H
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@StGeorgesUni: A review of data led by St George's @ProfAsmaKhalil has found that the #Covid19 pandemic is linked to worsened pregnancy outcomes for women and babies worldwide.

➡️Find out more here: https://t.co/5uW37NHUvl
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Fetus with congenital CMV infection with hepatomegaly, echogenic bowel and placentomegaly. @ISUOG https://t.co/avj5fLu0fP
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Fetus with congenital CMV infection, small cerebellum and mega cisterna magnum. @ISUOG https://t.co/8P5GTMbMwZ
Fetus with congenital CMV infection and multiple brain abnormalities in the form of small cerebellum, mega cisterna magnum, periventricular echogenicity and intraventricular adhesion. @ISUOG https://t.co/shc19KvJTM
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You can watch this short video (https://t.co/1c4QlcFDS3)
The isuog course will cover clinical aspects and practical tips of diagnosis and management of congenital infections
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We organised this @ISUOG course following the important publication of the @ISUOG guideline on the diagnosis and management of congenital infections which is free to download (https://t.co/tD5lL3awzi).
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I am delighted to organise the @ISUOG Virtual course on congenital infections (https://t.co/YXHoKnIglt).

More than 15 speakers (leading experts)
Lectures, case discussion, practical demos & panel discussions plus assessments

Looking forward to seeing you on the 15/05/21
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They even had higher antibody titers than following SARS-CoV-2 infection in pregnancy.

Read this interesting article recently published in @AJOG_thegray :

https://t.co/vM3bBbTIFP

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Pregnant & lactating women who received the COVID vaccine produced similar immune responses to non-pregnant individuals. Consistent with recent reports, the antibodies were present in umbilical cord blood and breastmilk. 1 of 2
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@ISUOG: Registration is open for our next educational course: Diagnosis and Management of Congenital Infections.

Book your place to hear 15 top experts and learn from live demonstrations, in-depth lectures and panel discussions. Registration starts at £25 https://t.co/DQc3uysIZV #ISUOG https://t.co/9dHvYmDLvW
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@ISUOG: New #UOGJournal article on the benefits and potential harms of COVID-19 vaccination during pregnancy: evidence summary for patient counseling. Watch Prof. Asma Khalil summarize some of the key points https://t.co/Trri4GVEwV #ISUOG @ProfAsmaKhalil https://t.co/wGqDrPJY1V
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@iplacenta: @ProfAsmaKhalil and ESR @carodifa working together with @PRECISE_network. Cardiovascular counseling for postpartum women. #preeclampsia #workinprogress #pregnancy #MumandChildren https://t.co/ur8DS4C4BQ
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Great collaboration between PRECISE-DYAD & iplacenta. Enjoyed coordinating the cardiovascular training webinar this morning. Great discussion with the team in Kenya and Gambia. Well done Carolina (@iplacenta), Antonio and the amazing PRECISE team (@PRECISE_network)
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Women and children in Africa deserve better care. During the month of the International Women’s Day, we are launching the PRECISE-DYAD Cardiovascular study following up women in Kenya and Gambia who had pregnancy complications secondary to placental dysfunction. https://t.co/oRQp491f0e
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Thank you for inviting me to talk on fetal infections: problem-based approach at the joint @RCObsGyn / @BMFMSNews Fetal Medicine and High Risk Pregnancy meeting. Great to share the session with Nigel Simpson, Alec Mcewan and Miles Taylor. https://t.co/KyB8Z9WK7X
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A case of congenital CMV infection with hepatomegaly, echogenic bowel, ascites and oligohydramnios at 20 weeks. https://t.co/YHREyGH4yo
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I will be lecturing on fetal infections, new developments, evidence of valacyclovir in congenital CMV, USS videos, Mx algorithms & cases at the joint @RCObsGyn / @BMFMSNews Fetal Med & High Risk Pregnancy meeting on 22-24th Mar. Look forward to seeing you!
https://t.co/8pHr6QrqdG
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Great that data on COVID vaccine in pregnancy is emerging!! Interesting articles!

https://t.co/RI3pXDl3ke

https://t.co/EAzJ8mGfbJ
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We have recently published this article in UOG on the 'Benefits & potential harms of #COVID19 vaccination during pregnancy: evidence summary for patient counseling'. It’s free to download.
I have summarised some of the key points in this video. @ISUOG

https://t.co/PH3SbbtEib https://t.co/tucObOPRbA
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@QMULAlumni: The sixth female pioneer of our #WomensHistoryMonth campaign is Professor in Obstetrics and Maternal Fetal Medicine, Asma Khalil Elboraey (Medicine MD, 2009).

Read a special bio and Q&A with Asma on our Blog: https://t.co/Ysl6eH4dNN https://t.co/AGmAI0DwYf
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@StGeorgesTrust: To mark one year since the first Covid-19 lockdown, we would like your help in saying a big ‘thank you’ to St George’s staff for their incredible work throughout the pandemic.

Find out how to send us your messages of thanks and support 👉 https://t.co/KZDEvPc7rc https://t.co/DSvClAsb2p
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@ISUOG: Although the rate of twin births was substantially increased in 2010–2015 compared with the 80s, in recent years (2014–2018), the rate has actually declined in the UK and USA, finds new #UOGJournal article https://t.co/WCpBeMi92U @Wiley_Health @TwinsTrust @ProfAsmaKhalil https://t.co/27Boi2TWv8
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@ISUOG: ISUOG Trustee, Asma Khalil, was interviewed today on @BBCBreakfast regarding the increase in twin birth rate. Read her recent article in #UOGJournal on the decline in more recent years in 2014–2018 https://t.co/QpD6LsUQox Watch the video https://t.co/q6ADEWB49d @ProfAsmaKhalil https://t.co/SxHZTa02is
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@StGeorgesTrust: .@ProfAsmaKhalil talked to @BBCBreakfast today about new research showing that more twins are being born than ever before.

St George’s is a @TwinsTrust Centre for Research and Clinical Excellence. https://t.co/LtNYJMbTLV
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@ISUOG: New #UOGJournal State-of-the-Art Review providing an up-to-date overview of the literature on the management of pregnancy complicated by SARS-CoV-2 infection in order to guide counseling https://t.co/oQvYUiYjI3 @AnthonyOdibo @ProfAsmaKhalil https://t.co/xfQ4SO4mtz
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@StGeorgesTrust: A study involving 1,000 women pregnant with twins has shown that NIPT (a screening test) is effective in detecting Down’s syndrome.

The research was led by @ProfAsmaKhalil at the @TwinsTrust Centre for Research and Clinical Excellence at St George's.
https://t.co/vX5eKZRwOD
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It was great to be able to present our research on twins, at the same meeting with Prof Philip Steer and Prof Gordon Smith. Fully supportive of their Safe Delivery campaign!
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Thank you to the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Baby Loss, chaired by @Jeremy_Hunt & Cherilyn Mackrory, for considering health inequalities faced by twin pregnancies. @TwinsTrust https://t.co/wHlqzg5rNj
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@StGeorgesUni: "These findings will be crucial in shaping healthcare policy, clinical decision-making, and most importantly counselling pregnant women." @ProfAsmaKhalil explains the results of a new #covid19 pregnancy study.

Read more: https://t.co/cHwH8jMKRh
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@tapssupport: Great piece on @BBCBreakfast this morning by @ProfAsmaKhalil. It's vital to bring attention to the risks associated with twin pregnancies. We are grateful for your advocacy!
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Started today sharing the @BBCBreakfast programme stage with @planetjedward!!
Interesting research paper published today in Human Reproduction on global numbers of twins!! https://t.co/Vo576mul85
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@HCUK_Clare: News and presentations from #clinicalaudit2021 today including the opening address by @ProfAsmaKhalil on national clinical audit and the power of data to drive improvement https://t.co/4bqLhgVZcS @AlisonUnsworth1 @cascleicester @louwaller76 @emmachallans
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@DharmintraP: Glad to be able to share our work describing the use of routinely collected data in randomised cluster trials! A paper sharing our cost effective methodology #DESiGN trial @sophie_relph @SandallJane @ProfAsmaKhalil @DeborahLawlor2 @Christoph_Lees and many others https://t.co/9rStZsiVWG
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@HCUK_Clare: Prof Asma Khalil @ProfAsmaKhalil opens the Clinical Audit Conference focusing on using National Clinical Audit Data to improve local practices - and the impact of Covid-19 #clinicalaudit2021 https://t.co/dkqonXsfxV
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Really enjoyed highlighting the role of the @nmpa_audit & the launch of Quarterly reporting of key perinatal outcomes in the UK:

NMPA: The power of data to drive clinical improvement

Thank you for inviting me to talk at the 21st Clinical Audit for Improvement Annual Conference. https://t.co/NC4K0Nzz47
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@PrenatalTherapy: Should we operate on congenital lung malformations after birth or not? Calling Fetal Medicine folks to sign up to this new International Congenital Lung Malformation Registry https://t.co/X4JstDbsnr @dillyanumba @DrEdJohnstone @BMFMSNews @zarkoalfirevic @ProfAsmaKhalil Please RT https://t.co/Azksx4rugm
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Happy #InternationalWomensDay

To learn a very simple 1st trimester USS marker of Spina bifida, read our paper on ‘Diagnostic accuracy of fetal choroid plexus length to head biometry ratio at 11-13 weeks for open spina bifida’ in @AJOG_thegray.

https://t.co/zeHvJZS04c
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You could also read these TAPS articles published at Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology in 2020.
https://t.co/ZyeQnOBCdQ
https://t.co/mNdJT63b0o
https://t.co/pvYy8pEMuJ
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Apart from the high MCA PSV in the anaemia twin and low MCA PSV in the polycythaemic twin, you can see the TAPS features in the placenta and the starry sky appearance of the liver in the polycythaemic twin. I hope that you find them useful.

@StGeorgesTrust @TwinsTrust @ISUOG https://t.co/62c8JP9SQ8
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Despite the scary news and having to undergo Laser surgery, you gained the ultimate reward of your courage and determination to do everything for the twins. Amazing family and beautiful happy babies! It had been a long journey, but you got there at the end! Many Congratulations!
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Great achievement by the @TwinsTrust to improve awareness of TAPS. Thank you for your continuing efforts and for representing twin and multiple families!

A huge thank you to Hanna and James for sharing your story and for your kind words.

https://t.co/V5sDywx93Q
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@CampaignsKeith: Today marks Twin Anemia Polycythemia Sequence Day. Our @TwinsTrust research partnership with @StGeorgesTrust led by @ProfAsmaKhalil has been looking into this multiple pregnancy complication https://t.co/2jRIovOckw #TAPSisReal @tapssupport https://t.co/Us3pPIwUpR
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@CampaignsKeith: Today marks Twin Anemia Polycythemia Sequence Day. It’s important to agree what TAPS is and how to monitor it. The @TwinsTrust centre led by @ProfAsmaKhalil, along with lots of partners, achieved a consensus on how to do this https://t.co/7NyuatMHVi #TAPSisReal @tapssupport https://t.co/aRCpBPFI7S
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@iplacenta: Today is Twin Anemia Polycythemia Sequence (TAPS) day! Congrats to @ProfAsmaKhalil and our ESR @Vero_Giorgione for their excellent paper!
#TAPSisreal #TAPSday #Horizon2020 #iplacenta

https://t.co/flKOYNxNUU
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Thank you Nichola and Pete for sharing your story. I applaud your courage and efforts to raise awareness of TAPS. Honoured to be part of your pregnancy & to help deliver your twins. You both, the twins & Sabby look amazing. Such a happy family @TwinsTrust

https://t.co/j2mFymRp9A
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Despite the fact that TAPS could harm one or both Twins, we can achieve excellent outcomes if we diagnose it correctly & provide timely treatment.

I cannot reiterate enough how important it is to raise awareness among parents & healthcare professionals.

https://t.co/ndGVYdWaKj
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How to diagnose TAPS?
These are the ultrasound signs of a monochorionic twin pregnancy complicated by TAPS. https://t.co/G7bRGvibl5
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@ISUOG: Read the #UOGJournal study on Delphi consensus diagnostic criteria and monitoring of twin anemia–polycythemia sequence https://t.co/FIYf840jzG #TwinAnemiaPolycythemiaSequence #TAPSAwarenessDay @ProfAsmaKhalil #ISUOG https://t.co/UoEewyXVI5
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Wednesday 3rd March is TAPS Day. We are really keen to improve the awareness of this condition which can affect monochorionic twin pregnancies. At least 8 out of 10 parents with twins are not aware of TAPS!
Let’s talk about TAPS!!
I hope that you find this video useful. https://t.co/f8xVFxIRRU

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