Survey on pregnancy outcomes in women with spina bifida

28 January 2019

28 January 2019 // Researchers at the Sunnybrook Research Institute in Canada created a survey on pregnancy complications and outcomes in women with spina bifida. The principal investigator of the research is Dr. Anne Berndl, assistant professor at the University of Toronto and associate scientist at the Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre.

The survey intends to study the outcomes and complications of pregnancy in women with spina bifida. It’s  a topic which has not been investigated enough, and very little literature exists about it. For that reason, not much understanding exists about the outcomes of pregnancy for women with SB, and yet is so important to have proper information  for those who intend to have children.

The survey takes around 20 minutes and is completely anonymous. It is open to women with spina bifida  around the world of 18 years and older.