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The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists said it supported home births in situations of low-risk pregnancies offered the appropriate infrastructures and resources are present to support such something but women have to be counselled on the unexpected emergencies which can arise during labour, such as cord prolapse, fetal heart rate abnormalities, undiagnosed breech, prolonged labour and postpartum haemorrhage – which can occur during labour and can only be handled in a maternity hospital. The RCOG says such emergencies would constantly need the transfer of females by ambulance to a healthcare facility as extra medical support is within hospital settings and would not be available to them when they deliver at home.‘This highlights the importance of continued surveillance of viruses circulating in animals and additional research to enhance our capability to identify viruses that are emerging health threats.’ The study is due to the institution's function as a National Institute of Infectious and Allergy Diseases Center of Excellence for Influenza Research and Surveillance. St. Jude can be home to the just World Health Firm Collaborating Center focused on the pass on of animal flu infections to human beings.

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