Stephanie and Suzanne interview Amber Latsch, a Certified Nurse Midwife and survivor of Acute Fatty Liver of Pregnancy. When giving birth to her twins in 2019, Amber became gravely ill and was diagnosed with Acute Fatty Liver of Pregnancy. Amber's perspective is unique as a both a practicing midwife and survivor of critical illness during her pregnancy. Fortunately, she and the twins recovered and are healthy and well now. She also shares with us how her husband, a paramedic, knew something wasn't right and advocated for throughout her journey. Amber's experience has made her particularly interested in maternal mortality and morbidity and system level interventions to keep mom and babies safe which led her to our podcast. Follow her on Instagram @aflp_midwife.
The experts at Clinical Concepts in Obstetrics pool their decades of experience caring for critically ill pregnant women to discuss the challenges encountered in caring for these vulnerable women.
Dr Stephanie Martin is the Medical Director for Clinical Concepts in Obstetrics and a Maternal Fetal Medicine specialist with expertise in critical care obstetrics.
Suzanne McMurtry Baird, DNP, RN is the Nursing Director for Clinical Concepts in Obstetrics with many years of experience caring for critically ill pregnant women.
Julie Arafeh, RN, MS is the Simulation Director for Clinical Concepts in Obstetrics and a leading expert in simulation.