GBS in a Homebirth Setting

Group B streptococcus is a common bacterium that can adversely affect vaginally-delivered babies, if not detected and treated. This article covers the various protocols that midwives may use to deal with it.

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About Author: Renee Meuse Bishara

Renee Meuse Bishara is a social worker and student midwife. She lives in a rural community in Nova Scotia, Canada, where she is contributing to the growth of a positive birth culture.

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