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Evidence-based management of pregnant women with sickle cell disease in high-income countries.

Globally, patients living with sickle cell disease are now surviving to reproductive age, with life expectancy approaching 50 years in most countries. Thus, reproductive options are now essential for patients living with the condition. However, it can be associated with maternal, delivery, and fetal complications. Outcomes may vary depending on the level of expertise and resources. In this piece we provide an optional guideline for managing sickle cell disease in pregnancy. The therapeutic option of serial exchange prophylactic transfusion has been offered in the context of a clinical trial (TAPS2).

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