- Medical Writer at RemicMedical
- Content Reviewer and Editor at BirthInjuryGuide.com
- Oncology Clinical Pharmacist
- Earned PharmD degree from Creighton University
Stephanie Baumhover attended undergraduate school at The University of Alabama before graduating from Creighton University with a PharmD degree. She then completed a PGY1 Residency focused in Critical Care from The University of Virginia.
Stephanie Baumhover, PharmD, BCPS, is an experienced Educational Communications Manager, with a demonstrated history of working in both the hospital and healthcare industries. She is skilled in medical information and communications, specializing in Critical Care, Oncology, Pediatrics and Managed Care. Her background includes experience in both academic and community medical center matrix organizations, having worked many years as a Clinical Manager for UNC Hospitals in Chapel Hill, N.C. She is currently a Medical Writer for RemicMedical, as well as a Clinical Oncology Pharmacist with the Duke University Health Care System.
Drug-related negligence can result in a variety of birth injuries or birth defects.
Epidurals are common during labor and delivery to ease pain. Sadly, they can sometimes cause injury to the mother or baby.
During a C-section delivery, a newborn may experience fetal lacerations due to surgical tools.
Folic acid is an important vitamin during pregnancy. Deficiency can cause problems for mother and baby.
Group B strep infection (GBS) is an infection that mother’s may not realize they have, but could transmit to their babies.
Horner’s syndrome is a rare condition that often occurs as a result of birth injuries or trauma during birth. Learn more about the condition and how you can help your child.
Hydrocephalus is a birth injury that results in a buildup of cerebrospinal fluid. It is often caused by birth trauma.
Intracranial hemorrhage is bleeding in the brain that may be the result of birth trauma or a traumatic injury before, during or after delivery.
Some medications are not safe to take during pregnancy. Learn more about medications that may increase the risk of birth defects.
There are various medications that can help treat birth injuries.