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Death in pregnancy: a call for neurological action
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    Re:Comment on Death in pregnancy: a call for neurological action (JP Leach. Practical Neurology 2015)

    The outlined model of cooperative and integrative services for pregnant women with neurological conditions is warmly welcomed (and not a little envied!). While such services are provided the English centres mentioned, it is sad that such high quality provision remains patchy and incomplete. This nettle-grasping should no longer be quiet, but should be loudly heralded and made the norm. The recently updated SIGN guideline...

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    Comment on Death in pregnancy: a call for neurological action (JP Leach. Practical Neurology 2015)
    • Dr. Dominic Paviour
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      • Hannah R Cock, Ingrid Watt-Coote,Trudy Williams, Amanda Reeve

    Dear Sirs, We welcome Dr Leach's comments and a call for action from Neurologists, regarding service provision for women of childbearing age with neurological disorders1. We would also like to highlight that quietly, a number of us are grasping the nettle. Risk is inherent in clinical practice. Managing risk effectively and pro- actively in preference to reactively minimises the likelihood of a poor outcome. This can be...

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