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I look forward to seeing you at the @TwinsTrust centre for Research & clinical excellence webinar today. There will be a video demonstration of Fetoscopic treatment in a triplet pregnancy with selective fetal growth restriction & great discussion.

https://t.co/VMNPDg8czM https://t.co/Ivy0mXGJkW
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What a great session this morning at the @RCObsGyn Fetal Medicine and High Risk Pregnancy. Great talks on fetal anaemia and infections, including COVID-19. Thank you for inviting me. Great programme. Congratulations to Nigel Simpson, Alec McEwan and Myles Taylor. https://t.co/xL2YkEGEZq
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What a start of the second day of the @ISUOG course on fetal anomalies! Discussing renal and bladder anomalies with the experts. Amazing! https://t.co/KLCD2k58jQ
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Huge thanks to all the speakers and panels of the second half of the first day of the @ISUOG course on fetal anomalies. Great talks, excellent speakers and panelists and interactive audience. What could be better?!! https://t.co/togjOTCEix
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@rjpgc: ISUOG - fetal anomalies: genetics and prenatal interventions. @ProfAsmaKhalil

Amazing presentations. Delighted to be asked to contribute to the panel discussion. CPAMS / CDH / hydrous and effusions https://t.co/jT6JQrKgbb
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What a great start of the first day of the @ISUOG course on fetal anomalies. Really interactive panel discussion. Thank you to all who participated!! See you soon at the next session https://t.co/fH3dRMb55j
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@SpringerRepro: Are you looking for a comprehensive update on the #management of #multiple #pregnancy? Don't miss this new book by Khalil, Lewi, Lopriore #twins #springer
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@ClinMedJournals
@sprmedjournals
@ProfAsmaKhalil https://t.co/0fbl0FxnyS
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@peteluthertv: What's been going on in my life to stop me doing YouTube, or pretty much anything! Check out this clip or watch the whole thing here :
https://t.co/v8A1czokmj

@TAPStwinsmum @ProfAsmaKhalil @StGeorgesTrust
@TwinsTrust https://t.co/Lpqush3C7g
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@TAPStwinsmum: Talking about the wonderful team @StGeorgesTrust @ProfAsmaKhalil @TwinsTrust who saved my boys and how I felt after the operation #tapsawareness #raisingawareness 💙💙 https://t.co/HyP0xVtoRo
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@nicolamlow: "Systematic review and meta-analysis of the effectiveness and perinatal outcomes of COVID-19 vaccination in pregnancy" Link to article @NatureComms @ProfAsmaKhalil https://t.co/MHU0TYlvQD
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@VikiLovesFACS: Shoutout to @ProfAsmaKhalil and her team for doing this very important work.
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@FetalUltrasound: Watch this video, in which @ProfAsmaKhalil and I explain why COVID-19 vaccines remain recommended during pregnancy

https://t.co/hUvrb1iyFm
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@RCObsGyn: Learn about the latest developments in fetal anomalies and disorders at this year's Fetal Medicine and High Risk Pregnancy course.
Join globally renowned experts, including @ProfAsmaKhalil, at the event from 16-18 May and book your place today: https://t.co/MXqW09MgM3 https://t.co/lVd80aVEzK
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@ISUOG: Only three days to go until our upcoming Fetal Anomalies course. Co-Chair Prof. Simon Meagher shares this fascinating video clip of live scans covered in day two of the course. Book your place today. https://t.co/CRbT6vQiiN #ISUOGEducation
https://t.co/rfOKqPmi5B @ProfAsmaKhalil
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@ISUOG: In advance of our forthcoming Fetal Anomalies course on May 14-15, Co-Chair Prof Simon Meagher shares this fascinating video clip of live scans illustrating abnormalities featured on Day 1. Register: https://t.co/4lVXamNzwf #ISUOGEducation #ISUOG #LoveUltrasound @ProfAsmaKhalil
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Delighted to share with you the findings of our recent NMPA study following on from the @DOckendenLtd report.

Hospitals with a higher induction rate had a lower risk of adverse perinatal outcomes. A similar association was not found for emergency Caesarean section. https://t.co/iBwcAbdXyV
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@WellbeingHarris: Wishing all the wonderful midwives around the world a Happy International Day of the Midwife #IDM2022💜A special mention to @LiverpoolWomens midwives and all those involved with @fern1study @PlanesStudy thanks for all that you do💜@ProfAsmaKhalil @asharpliverpool @livuniHLS https://t.co/v4H6q5tgAX
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@StGeorgesUni: Today is International Day of the Midwife!

@ProfAsmaKhalil (who you may have seen on @Channel4's BAFTA and RTS Awards nominated programme Baby Surgeons: Delivering Miracles) works closely with midwives at @StGeorgesTrust. 1/3 https://t.co/Yt6ScTg6D5
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@TAPStwinsmum: Please help me raise awareness and share hope ❤️TAPS- Twin Anaemia Polycythemia Sequence https://t.co/G1ZrSDz4J7 💙💙 @ProfAsmaKhalil @StGeorgesTrust @TwinsTrust @tapssupport https://t.co/OEBZByPdw3
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Our documentary ‘Baby Surgeons: Delivering Miracles’ – Wonderhood Studios/Channel 4 was nominated for the BAFTA television awards. 🤩

https://t.co/7gqDm6HRWb

Amazing achievement!
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Very popular second session focusing on COVID-19 in pregnancy and COVID vaccination. Very interactive with many questions from the delegates. Great talk by Pat O’Brien on the treatment of COVID-19 in pregnancy https://t.co/ivYtObMKnt
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Very interesting first session on Day 2 of the Maternal Fetal Medicibe meeting on ‘Fetal ultrasound’. Talking on TAPS. Great talks by Rabih Chaoui! https://t.co/uS3L2YgN3c
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Really enjoyed lecturing at and Co- chairing the session on fetal infections with Professor Rabih Chaoui. Interesting discussion and engagement from the audience. https://t.co/VCe70ksrk7
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The future is the use of point of care ultrasound combined with artificial intelligence. Take a look at this study published at NEJM ‘AI Estimation of Gestational Age from Blind Ultrasound Sweeps in Low-Resource Settings’.

https://t.co/rCJnLAGp8Y
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@TAPStwinsmum: The next part of the amazing film by Nosy. One reason why it’s so important to talk about TAPS. It is still not routinely screened for! This must change! If our boys hadn’t had a size difference they wouldn’t have checked. We would have lost them. @ProfAsmaKhalil @tapssupport https://t.co/dK16ZujlxG
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Book Launch:

TAPS, Identical Twins and Covid: A Story of Surviving

https://t.co/7KoQp6ocre
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What a fantastic @ISUOG session and Round Table Discussion: The potential impact of ultrasound in low resource settings!

Great discussion on the use and misuse of point of care (handheld) uss, opportunities and challenges in LMIC. Pleasure to co-chair it with Dr Hadiza Galadanci https://t.co/DRPu04RPuW
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Can you help Nichola Luther raise £2200 to help send a book to every neonatal and fetal medicine unit in the country of which there are 220.. Please donate to their JustGiving Crowdfunding Page: https://t.co/j7f5ezx28a
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Really pleased that our documentary ‘Baby Surgeons: Delivering Miracles’ was nominated for the Royal Television Society (RTS) Awards. https://t.co/QqajfKaqGf
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We are about to start the session on congenital CMV infection. I look forward to seeing you.

https://t.co/iTTugsXVXp https://t.co/GbxZRS36W0
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Despite the uptake of COVID-19 vaccine by pregnant women has increased (½ in the UK have received at least 1 dose) it remains low. Ethnic & socioeconomic inequality persists with lower uptake among BAME & those from deprived background.

https://t.co/3q5A0Qs2qS
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What a great start to the 8th International Congenital CMV Conference this year with a session engaging the public to raise awareness of congenital CMV infection.
You can register (free) using this link. I look forward to seeing you virtually.

(https://t.co/X2oa4yeDoF)
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@RoySocMed: Thanks for joining us @ProfAsmaKhalil and all who attended our webinar with @TwinsTrust. 👶 👶

@mybitbaby @AhmedinDr @NandaSurabhi @Mark_D_Kilby @tapssupport @ShaunaLeven https://t.co/oCtQJoi0p0
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@TAPStwinsmum: Please help me raise awareness. Share hope and raise money. 💙💙

TAPS, Identical Twins and Covid- a story of surviving. OUT NOW @StGeorgesTrust @ProfAsmaKhalil @TwinsTrust @tapssupport @scbuiow @UHSFT

https://t.co/G1ZrSDz4J7
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@tapssupport: Thanks @TwinsTrust and @RoySocMed for a fantastic webinar tonight on the complications of #monochorionictwins. Was great to hear not only our patron Prof. Lopriore speak, but also @ProfAsmaKhalil and @Mark_D_Kilby and those important patient perspectives! #tapssupport #tapsisreal
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What a great webinar organised by the @RoySocMed and the @TwinsTrust on multiple pregnancy. Thank you for inviting me to talk on twin to twin Transfusion syndrome (TTTS). Excellent chairing by Shauna Leven and fantastic speakers. https://t.co/qkPNbiYrEn
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Delighted to invite you to the twin and multiple pregnancy event at the Royal Society of Medicine ‘Medicine & Me: Multiple pregnancies, complications & treatments’. I will be sharing with you some of the content of our recent publications on TTTS.

https://t.co/bEsYJkmLZQ https://t.co/DSRT5m5kGw
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Mother-to-child transmission of SARS-CoV-2 has been controversial. Our living systematic review & meta-analysis has just been published in BMJ. Transmission has been confirmed, although it is rare, & is more likely when the maternal COVID-19 is severe.

https://t.co/Z15kFIk6Zp
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@GG2Diversity: PROFESSOR ASMA KHALIL & PROFESSOR BASKY THILAGANATHAN | GG2 AWARDS FINALIST 2022

Congratulations to Asma Khalil and Basky Thilaganathan of St George's University Hospital (@StGeorgesTrust).

#GG2Awards #GG2Finalist

Join us for the GG2 Awards: https://t.co/fC1wnCveUI ❤️ https://t.co/N0v3ZmQucs
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@HyperAHA: Oral antihypertensives for non-severe pregnancy hypertension - systematic review, network meta- and trial sequential analyses @profAsmaKhalil @pvondadelszen @LauraAMagee1

https://t.co/hHAEs3r3be https://t.co/cDpclNyuTP
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@TwinsTrust: It’s the start of a new chapter for twin mum Nichola Luther, who has published her first book, TAPS, Identical Twins & Covid – A Story of Surviving today on International TAPS Day. Find out more here: https://t.co/doRwZK1cme @TAPStwinsmum #tapsday #tapsawareness https://t.co/LW1UzWnd3r
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Today is the second international TAPS awareness day!! We are organising two events: one for the parents and the other for the healthcare professionals.
I look forward to meeting you virtually at the ‘Twin and Multiple Pregnancy’ webinar today at 17.30 GMT. https://t.co/E0oEJ6S9Dx
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@TAPStwinsmum: Free webinar, please sign up and join us to help spread awareness and share hope. TAPS - Twin Anaemia Polycythemia Sequence https://t.co/mKdq1ykEIk
March 3rd 7pm. @TwinsTrust @tapssupport @StGeorgesTrust @StephieV78 @ProfAsmaKhalil https://t.co/AZpXBkD9Qa
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Great to see the data from our SMART study presented by Prof Jon Jyett. NIPT has sensitivity of 83%% and specificity of 99.% for DiGeorge syndrome. https://t.co/esPSctGdHK
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These were some of the best lectures on first trimester fetal cardiac ultrasound assessment. Thank you Professor Simon Meagher! Great @ISUOG course. https://t.co/eoRwUfbU55
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To find out more, read this paper at Hypertension.
'Oral Antihypertensives for Nonsevere Pregnancy Hypertension: Systematic Review, Network Meta- and Trial Sequential Analyses'

https://t.co/kZpnfAJ5ha
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We tried to determine which antihypertensive drug is superior to placebo/no therapy or another antihypertensive for controlling non-severe pregnancy hypertension.
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Delighted to announce the publication of our part 1 MRCOG Synoptic Revision textbook. Huge thanks to all the co-authors and my co-Editor Anthony Griffiths.

https://t.co/ZgzJGX5kzr https://t.co/wHGj7QRmIK
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I look forward to today’s ISUOG course on First Trimester Fetal Malformation: high-resolution ultrasound greets high resolution genetics.

Fantastic programme and excellent speakers!

https://t.co/E2sn22FoB9 https://t.co/p5zhSe78xd
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We know that the majority of pregnant women with twins or multiples never heard of TAPS. We are celebrating the second international TAPS day by organising an event to raise awareness of this important problem. I look forward to meeting you on 3rd March.

https://t.co/ywN0Q4N5oZ https://t.co/eGNIakXkAl
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We are restarting the Twins Trust Centre For Research and Clinical Excellence webinars. The next one will take place on 3rd March (TAPS Awareness Day) at 5.30pm London time. I look forward to seeing you.

https://t.co/Qu2AgEgq4w https://t.co/5lGt2hDrWe
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Grateful to the NIHR for funding our proposal.

https://t.co/9OyHc2pXSj
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The @RCObsGyn guideline on antenatal steroids has been published. For twins and triplets: targeted steroids should be offered similar to singletons (24+0 to 34+6 weeks).
The STOPPIT-3 trial (steroids in twins) will address the value after 35 weeks.

https://t.co/Vrk0YtpjSm
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However, if we are to address the higher mortality & morbidity among those women, we as Obstetricians and midwives, need to think laterally. We need to work with policy makers, public health & politicians in order to address the social determinants of adverse pregnancy outcomes.
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Why do pregnant women from socially deprived background die? You should read this new RCOG Scientific impact paper.

https://t.co/PYn6E1iUYS

Maternal mortality is among the lowest in the world and we are very proud that the NHS is one of the safest place to have your baby.
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Our article: 'COVID19 booster doses in pregnancy & global vaccine equity' published in @TheLancet

Vaccination being most effective in preventing COVID19 morbidity & mortality, global shortage & unequal distribution raises an ethical dilemma about boosters
https://t.co/OO9zxPThwJ
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Good news! The ONS reported that we have achieved the lowest infant death rate since records began. Despite the pressure on the healthcare system, the #NHS is still one of the safest places to have your baby.

https://t.co/5AhKdl6kYC https://t.co/CgX0ikxHuA
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@StGeorgesTrust: Join @ProfAsmaKhalil and @TwinsTrust on 3 March as they host an event to raise awareness of a rare condition in identical twins called TAPS.

The special event will also launch @TAPStwinsmum new book about her experience with TAPS as a parent.

Sign up⬇️
https://t.co/iIKO22mCiL https://t.co/BQmjmKII5E
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If you are interested, you could read the article at the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

https://t.co/tP8VC84Pln
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Glad that our results of the SMART study which recruited >20,000 pregnancies are published.

Noninvasive cell-free DNA prenatal screening for Di George’s syndrome (22q11.2 deletion) can detect most affected cases, inc smaller nested deletions, with a low false positive rate.
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I was honoured to have my @RCObsGyn fellowship ceremony today. It was so nice to see colleagues & friends. I am really proud to belong to an organisation which champions the best in women’s healthcare & supports doctors to do their best. https://t.co/YwcEdTHVdH
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@tapssupport: We're kicking off our International TAPS Day campaign with a fundraiser. Help connect families, doctors, & researchers together to improve outcomes for TAPS twins worldwide https://t.co/U6I1haOI5l #tapssupport #tapsisreal #tapstrial @profasmakhalil @asharpliverpool @tapstwinsmum https://t.co/5HfVlr6etn
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@tapssupport: The best treatment for TAPS is unknown. We’re raising funds to help the @LiverpoolWomens join the #tapstrial, and add their knowledge to incredible research talent. Donate here: https://t.co/U6I1hax6GL @profasmakhalil @asharpliverpool

#tapssupport #tapsisreal #liverpoolwomens https://t.co/gCJIhYrzee
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@fern1study: **Super exciting to start the #FERNStudy SIV’s** Thanks to our lead site @LiverpoolWomens and @BelfastTrust for completing theirs already. 19 additional sites to schedule and looking forward to virtually meeting ALL 😊 @ProfAsmaKhalil @asharpliverpool @TwinsTrust @LivuniILCaMS https://t.co/f5heFYjU56
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@TAPStwinsmum: I was so lucky and honored that @ProfAsmaKhalil wrote the forward for my book. Her words were truly wonderful! Thank you Asma.
I will always be beyond grateful for all you did for my boys 💙💙 https://t.co/9gZbefV9nT
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@tapssupport: TAPS is a rare disease affecting monochorionic twins. Learn more with @ProfAsmaKhalil from @LiverpoolWomens https://t.co/ycJBsdNIkC
Bring the #tapstrial to #Liverpool! We’re raising funds from now until March 3rd: https://t.co/U6I1hax6GL #tapssupport #tapsisreal #liverpoolwomens
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Delighted to lecture on 'What is new in twin pregnancy ultrasound?' at the 17th Bernese Ultrasound and Perinatal Congress. Congratulations on the success of the meeting and thank you for inviting me. https://t.co/AVzNVcPNnJ
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Enjoyed the interview on 'SARS-CoV-2 vaccination in pregnancy & lactation'. Thank you Prof Anja Scheuer, Prof. Stephan Henrik Schirmer , Prof. Sören Becker and Prof. Gunnar Heine for your excellent efforts to update healthcare professionals on COVID-19.

https://t.co/GxeWZqrpk2
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I would like to invite you to the @RoySocMed Multiple pregnancies, complications & treatments event. The programme is excellent & brings the parents & clinicians together in one room.
I am sure that you will find it useful. I look forward to meeting you.

https://t.co/bEsYJkmLZQ
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Neurofilament light (NFL) might be the link between COVID-19 and preeclampsia. If you are interested, you should read our paper at Cell Reports Medicine.

https://t.co/xIqhpLweoF https://t.co/SDmlJvyBoY
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The Preg-Cov trial will provide robust evidence on COVID-19 vaccine in pregnancy. Thank you to Valentina and all pregnant women who participated so far. Really proud to be part of the trial team and grateful to the NIHR for funding the study. https://t.co/DiWlNjXn42
Honoured to receive such prestigious FIGO Women’s award ‘Recognising Female Obstetricians and Gynaecologists’. I am committed to improving the care we provide to our pregnant women and their babies. https://t.co/mGrCeBFw48
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@RCObsGyn: A new @nmpa_audit paper compares rates of maternity intervention and outcomes in England during the COVID-19 pandemic with pre-pandemic births one year earlier. @ProfAsmaKhalil. Read more: https://t.co/Ezqhpdi9NO https://t.co/uQENxDSE2K
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@StGeorgesUni: "The pandemic is far from over and with tens of thousands of Covid-19 cases still being reported in the UK every day, it is paramount that pregnant women continue to take up the offer of a vaccine." - @ProfAsmaKhalil
⬇️ https://t.co/N374B828a9
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@ISUOG: Dec '21, #UOG published 'COVID-19 and stillbirth: direct vs indirect effect of the pandemic' https://t.co/SGpGSylpuQ Delighted the discussion continues in a new study confirming increased stillbirth & perinatal mortality in women with COVID https://t.co/N8dJQO0K9r @ProfAsmaKhalil https://t.co/umUvQBKAB4
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Glad to share our recent article on 'COVID-19 and stillbirth: direct vs indirect effect of the pandemic'
https://t.co/lKO541sXb0

Healthcare professionals need to have the most up-to-date knowledge when they counsel pregnant women about COVID.
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Population-level data from Scotland published in Nature Medicine yesterday confirmed that the stillbirth and perinatal mortality were increased in women who had SARS-CoV-2 infection in pregnancy.

https://t.co/YXLRQUr3Ft https://t.co/QdYaNzqowp
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@asharpliverpool: So proud to have been working with such a great team of people to bring fetoscopic laser for TTTS back to @LiverpoolWomens with @ProfAsmaKhalil. This will be a huge improvement for the women of the North of England affected by this terrible condition @TwinsTrust @WellbeingHarris https://t.co/OVHfZTi7e7
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Whether COVID-19 causes preeclampsia or not remains a controversial subject. If you’re interested in reading a critical appraisal of the literature, we lease read our opinion paper ‘Does COVID-19 cause preeclampsia?’ I hope that you enjoy reading it.

https://t.co/CejPVSOONE https://t.co/OOZ9PMoqjN
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The enable evidence-based triage & effective targeting of healthcare interventions, including place of care, therefore focusing resources on women in greatest need.

They are free to use

#covid #maternalhealth
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Here is a link to a prediction model we developed for critical COVID in pregnancy.

Full-COMIT and Mini-Comit: COvid Maternal Intensive Therapy models

https://t.co/x2o4EZ4Un6 https://t.co/6OlIQ39l3S
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Delighted to be appointed as the @ISUOG Treasurer. Committed to achieving our mission: improving women’s and babies’ health globally. Look forward to working with the team. https://t.co/EHng5Fyj5z
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@ISUOG: Today, the #ISUOGAskTheExpert speaker series features Part 2 of our panel’s discussion around ‘COVID-19 and Vaccination’. https://t.co/9kQXfNTlK3

https://t.co/7ZnmuXVvLf
#ISUOG @Christoph_Lees, @AndreaDallAsta2, @ProfAsmaKhalil, @Raigam_Martinez @vincenzoberghel @proftombourne
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@NeonatalNurstin: Excellent panel discussion this evening, thank you to everyone who logged in to watch, joined in and to @morris_ep @Marianfknight @BellRibeiroAddy @TeamCMidO @DrEkechi @ProfAsmaKhalil
If you missed it, watch out for the recording
@nmpa_audit
#MaternityInequalities https://t.co/SIzFcpYHru
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What a great webinar chaired by our @RCObsGyn president @morris_ep. Fantastic panel: Bell Ribeiro-Addy (MP), @TeamCMidO Jacqueline Dunkley-Bent (NHSE), @Marianfknight (MBRRACE), Christine Ekechi (RCOG Race taskforce) & Kirstin Webster (NMPA). Thank you for the great discussion https://t.co/JOo2zOpfPp
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@DrEkechi: What do we know about racial inequality in pregnancy outcomes? Listen to @ProfAsmaKhalil @NeonatalNurstin @TeamCMidO @Marianfknight @BellRibeiroAddy @morris_ep @RCObsGyn @fivexmore and myself, explore the latest data https://t.co/QWCxb90MvD
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@nmpa_audit: All welcome to join us for a FREE #webinar exploring inequalities in #maternity care including a Q&A with a guest panel. Wednesday 8th December, 6pm: https://t.co/TfwhE6g11Y https://t.co/2n5UIZ2fxR
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It is worrying to see the low uptake of the COVID vaccine in pregnancy. Healthcare professionals have duty to address women’s concerns and correct misinformation propagated through social media.

https://t.co/LShNPdzLKf
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@BBCRadioManc: After a turbulent week of pandemic news, there are now calls for pregnant women to ensure they're vaccinated. #Indus hears from @ProfAsmaKhalil who features in a new short film encouraging expectant mothers to get the #vaccine.

🔊 LIVE https://t.co/diRi8CfKjC
⏮️ LATER @BBCSounds

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