New Zealand Maternal Fetal Medicine Network (NZMFMN)
NZMFMN Information Leaflets
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- Accutane (PDF, 406.3 KB)
- Anencephaly (PDF, 401 KB)
- Dandy Walker Syndrome (PDF, 394.7 KB)
- Diaphragmatic Hernia (PDF, 420.8 KB)
- Exit Procedure (PDF, 452.8 KB)
- Gastroschisis (PDF, 622 KB)
- Haemolytic Disease of the Fetus and Newborn (HDFN) (PDF, 395.3 KB)
- Haemolytic Disease of the Fetus and Newborn (HDFN) (Rhesus Disease) - complex version (PDF, 514.7 KB)
- HIV +ve Women MoH Information April08 (PDF, 459.2 KB)
- Hydronephrosis (PDF, 876.2 KB)
- Lung Masses (PDF, 481.1 KB)
- The Medications used for Ending a Pregnancy (PDF, 437 KB)
- Moving to Auckland to await your baby's birth (PDF, 525.7 KB)
- Omphalocele (PDF, 450.9 KB)
- Preterm Pre-Labour Rupture of Membranes (PPROM) (PDF, 401.8 KB)
- Spina Bifida (PDF, 458.6 KB)
- Talipes (Clubfoot) (PDF, 414.1 KB)
- Toxoplasmosis (PDF, 436.9 KB)
- Trisomy 13 (Patau Syndrome) (PDF, 421.3 KB)
- Trisomy 18 (Edward's Syndrome) (PDF, 477.4 KB)
- Trisomy 21 (Down Syndrome) (PDF, 438.5 KB)
- Turner Syndrome (PDF, 417.8 KB)
- Triploidy (PDF, 390.4 KB)
- Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome (PDF, 538.4 KB)
- TWINS (Identical/Monozygotic) (PDF, 574.2 KB)
- TWINS (Non-Identical/Fraternal/Dizygotic) (PDF, 425.7 KB)
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Units and Services at NZMFMN
There are three MFM units in the NZMFMN. The units are based in:
Each unit has Obstetrician and Gynaecologists with an expertise in MFM and in Auckland and Wellington Sub-specialists in MFM. In general the area served is fixed, although with a network there is the flexibility to provide cover between units when leave is taken.
All three units provide MFM assessment and standard management. Some procedures are performed in one or two centres and where appropriate women will be referred on from one MFM unit to another by the MFM staff.
The staff of the NZMFMN are involved with teaching and research. In new Zealand a fetal medicine update day is run twice a year. Further details on the study days will be available here when finalised.
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This page was last updated at 11:18AM on February 20, 2018.