Corticosteroid Therapy in Pregnant Women with Severe COVID-19
AbstractCOVID-19 became a pandemic in a short period of time and so treatment modalities were left behind. Although recently corticosteroids are introduced as life-saving medications in severe COVID-19, there are still debates over their safety and therapeutic approach in pregnancy complicated with severe COVID-19. Here we try to clarify the appropriate use of corticosteroids in this category of patients, especially in those at risk of premature delivery.Key words: COVID-19, corticosteroids, pregnancy, premature delivery
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