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Ruben A. Quintero

Position In Maternal-Fetal Medicine

University of Miami

HQ Phone:  (305) 284-4900

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University of Miami

Room 126 1301 Memorial Drive

Miami, Florida,33146

United States

Company Description

The University of Miami is a vibrant community of exceptionally talented individuals engaged in the pursuit of academic excellence, the discovery of new knowledge, and service to the region and beyond. More than 15,600 undergraduate and graduate students from...more

Background Information

Employment History

Director Fetal Therapy

Children's Mercy Hospital


Director Fetal Therapy

Jackson Memorial Hospital


HEALTH NETWORK


Medical Director of the Fetal Therapy Program

St. Joseph's Hospital


Affiliations

Fetal Health Foundation

Medical Advisory Board Member


Florida Institute for Fetal Diagnosis and Therapy

Founder


American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists

Fellow


Food and Drug Administration

Member, Editorial Board


Education

American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology


MD


medical degree

Universidad Central de Venezuela Medical School


undergraduate degree

George Washington University


Web References(96 Total References)


About Us - Fetal Health Foundation

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Dr. Ruben Quintero
Maternal-Fetal Medicine Fetal Therapy Center at University of Miami (FL)/Jackson


AAGL » SurgeryU Faculty

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Ruben Quintero
Professor at the University of Miami and Director of the Department of Maternal Fetal Medicine


singularityhub.com

That was when the two sought out Dr. Rubén Quintero, the director of the Fetal Therapy Center at the University of Miami.
Dr. Quintero had pioneered a procedure known as operative fetoscopy that involves operating on the fetus with a laser. It's relatively non-invasive, requiring just a small incision to the mother's abdomen. Ultrasound and an endoscope are used to guide the surgery. Dr. Quintero and his wife, fetal surgeon Eftichia Kontopoulos, performed the surgery on Gonzales in May 2010. Dr. Quintero has also used the laser surgery to treat twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome (TTTS), a condition resulting from the unequal blood flow between two fetuses sharing a common placenta. Also a rare procedure, Dr. Quintero remains one of a small few physicians who correct TTTS with laser surgery.


www.baptistpress.org

They can cause bleeding, which can cause the death of the baby," said Ruben Quintero, a pioneer in treating defects on unborn babies at the University of Miami's Jackson Memorial Hospital in Florida.
In May 2010, Quintero and his colleague Eftichia Kontopoulos performed surgery on Leyna in utero, using an endoscope with the guidance of ultrasound to remove the tumor with a laser, according to the university. Tammy, who remained awake during the surgery under a local anesthetic, told the Miami CBS affiliate, "It was like this huge weight had been lifted off. It just floated away and I could see her face. Leyna was born Oct. 1, 2010, weighing 8 pounds, 1 ounce. The American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology recently published an article by Quintero and Kontopoulos on the first removal of an oral tumor on an unborn child. N.J. GOV. VETOES PLANNED PARENTHOOD FUNDING AGAIN -- New Jersey Gov.


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They can cause bleeding, which can cause the death of the baby," said Ruben Quintero, a pioneer in treating defects on unborn babies at the University of Miami's Jackson Memorial Hospital in Florida.
In May 2010, Quintero and his colleague Eftichia Kontopoulos performed surgery on Leyna in utero, using an endoscope with the guidance of ultrasound to remove the tumor with a laser, according to the university. The American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology recently published an article by Quintero and Kontopoulos on the first removal of an oral tumor on an unborn child.


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