I’m a writer of various subjects and a TAPS/TTTS advocate. Please find links to all my work and appearances here.
“Dispelling Myths about Antenatal TAPS: A Call for Action for Routine MCA-PSV Doppler Screening in the United States” Lauren Nicholas, Rebecca Fischbein, Julie Altman, and Stephanie Ernst-Milner
Nicholas, L.; Fischbein, R.; Aultman, J.; Ernst-Milner, S. Dispelling Myths about Antenatal TAPS: A Call for Action for Routine MCA-PSV Doppler Screening in the United States. J. Clin. Med. 2019, 8, 977.
“The Trouble with Twins” – YouShare Project
“The one with the Symposium Speech” – first presented to a TAPS symposium hosted by Femke Slaghekke, Oct 28, 2014 at the LUMC Leiden.
Fact #12: A recipient twin receives more than normal blood flow from the placentaby Stephanie Ernst • Almere-Stad, Flevoland, NetherlandsTTTS causes the recipient twin to become overloaded with blood. This excess blood puts a strain on this baby's heart to the point that it may develop heart failure, and also causes this baby to have too much amniotic fluid (polyhydramnios) from a greater than normal production of urine. The baby can pass away from heart failure due to an overloaded cardiovascular system.Follow us through December’s International TTTS Awareness Month as we post daily facts and stories of families affected by TTTS. Become part of our campaign by sharing this video with your family and friends.Every year thousands of babies are threatened by this deadly disease.Visit us online at www.tttsfoundation.org to learn more about TTTS and how you can support the mission of The TTTS Foundation. By working together, we can truly make a difference in the fight against TTTS.
Geplaatst door The Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome Foundation TTTS op Zondag 11 december 2016
Day 12 of TTTS Awareness Month for The TTTS Foundation
Podcast by Here in Holland
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