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Division of Obstetrics

Our division is dedicated to providing prenatal care and delivery services to women experiencing pregnancy complications, such as preterm delivery and preeclampsia. We also provide first-rate prenatal care to women who have overcome serious diseases in childhood. As part of our mission, we also aim to make an important contribution to regional obstetrical emergency care and clinical research.

Medical services

Our division is composed of nine attending staff members, 11 fellows, and five residents. The attending staff and fellows are all certified by the Japan Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology. We cooperate with other medical divisions in our center to provide appropriate prenatal care and delivery management to specific patients, including those undergoing complications related to fetal and maternal diseases.

Diagnosis and treatment policy

Our policy of prenatal care is essentially based on worldwide medical evidence. Before treating women with a diagnosis of a rare disease or condition, we thoroughly assess evidencebased systematic reviews and discuss the best management and practices with specialists from other departments.

Specialties & target diseases

Normal pregnancy and delivery

  • Labor analgesia using combined spinal-epidural anesthesia administered by an obstetrical anesthesiologist

High-risk pregnancy

  • Multi-fetal pregnancy
  • Preterm labor and delivery
  • Breech presentation
  • Fetal growth restriction
  • Preeclampsia
  • Placenta previa

Obstetric emergency

  • Placental abruption
  • Massive postpartum hemorrhage

Pregnancy with medical complications

  • Collagen diseases
  • Diabetes
  • Thyroid disease
  • Childhood onset disease (post-operation biliary duct atresia, survivors of childhood malignancy complicated with Kawasaki disease, etc.)


Total deliveries:2244 deliveries (including 120 sets of twins, 3 sets of triplets), 833 (45%) cesarean sections, and 982 cases of combined spinal-epidural anesthesia.

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