Kris Aubrey-Bassler, an associate professor of family medicine in the principal Healthcare Research Device at Memorial University of Newfoundland in St. John’s, Canada. ‘The obstetric literature provides consistently shown that outcomes for high-risk newborns and moms are best at higher-volume, more specialized hospitals; however, results from the literature on low-risk deliveries are variable,’ Aubrey-Bassler explained in a journal news release. The researchers emphasized that their findings apply and then low-risk pregnancies, and that women with high-risk pregnancies have to be cared for by specialists.. Family Doctor Can Safely Assist Many Births: – MONDAY, Aug. 24, 2015 – – In low-risk pregnancies, delivery of the baby by a family doctor or an obstetrician is normally equally safe, a new study finds.The difference in risk was 0.8 to at least one 1.5; hazard ratio, 1.10; 95 percent CI, 0.65 to at least one 1.84) . In comparison with warfarin, dabigatran was noninferior with regard to preventing recurrent or fatal venous thromboembolism . The results for the the different parts of the primary end point are shown in Table 2Desk 2Efficacy and Bleeding Outcomes. There was no factor in efficacy in predefined subgroups .