Increased C-sections and preterm births in SARS-CoV-2 infection during pregnancy

  1. Carrasco García , Itziar
  2. Muñoz Chapuli, Mar
  3. Vigil-Vazquez, Sara
  4. Aguilera-Alonso, David
  5. Hernández, Concepción
  6. Riaza, Monica
  7. Pareja, Marta
  8. Sanz, Olga
  9. Pérez-Seoane, Beatriz
  10. Lopez, Juan
  11. Márquez, Elena
  12. Domínguez-Rodríguez, Sara
  13. De León Luis, J. A.
  14. Sánchez Luna, Manuel
  15. Navarro, María Luisa
2021 Virtual Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections

Publisher: International Antiviral Society–USA

ISSN: 2161-5853

Year of publication: 2021

Pages: 222-222

Type: Conference paper


SARS-CoV2 infection severity during pregnancy and posibleconsequences for exposed newborns information is still unknown. The objectiveof this study is to analyse clinical and epidemiological characteristics of a SARSCoV2 infected women during pregnancy and their newborns cohort