Maternal fetal medicine professional education videos
In these short videos, our experts offer insights into the advanced treatments and specialized clinical care they provide at our hospital.
What our maternal and fetal medicine research means for babies and expecting moms managing high-risk pregnancies
Our research at the Colorado Fetal Care Center aims to improve outcomes for babies with the highest-risk and rare fetal conditions, as well as ensuring mothers experience fewer complications from fetal therapies, labor and delivery.
At the heart of our research is a focus on each child's long-term quality of life, which influences everything we do and results in:
- A better standard of living for our patients – babies, twins, moms and multiples
- Improved care for the fetus
- More innovative treatment options
- Fewer complications for mothers from fetal therapies, labor and delivery
Our research means that here, you'll find expertise for the rarest conditions, and a multidisciplinary team dedicated to improving the outlook for our unborn patients and the mothers who carry them.
Clinical trials for fetal care
Our providers are committed to conducting clinical trials to advance fetal care, develop new protocols and benefit babies and families in our care, and across the globe. We are always running trials and continue to enroll a high number of participants to improve care for TTTS, fetal heart conditions, CDH, spina bifida and many other conditions.
If you’re interested in enrolling a patient in one of our trials or getting more information, please call us at 720-777-4463 and ask to speak with one of our research coordinators.
Bringing together the brightest minds to innovate HLHS treatments
As one of only five centers in the country – and the only center in the region – participating in Mayo Clinic's HLHS Consortium, we are leading the way to find solutions for patients with HLHS. Through our Fetal Cardiology Program, pregnant women with a fetal HLHS diagnosis have the opportunity to participate in groundbreaking clinical trials studying the use of cell-based regenerative therapy to transform the lives of their children born with HLHS.
Reducing the complications of mothers managing high-risk pregnancies
Our fetal surgery team constantly strives to reduce complications; following the groundbreaking Management of Myelomeningocele Study (MOMS), our fetal surgeons developed a modified hysterotomy closure technique that may reduce obstetric morbidity associated with prenatal MMC repair and other open fetal surgeries.