ABOUT PAS2

The Pan-American Society for Placenta Accreta Spectrum (PAS2) grew out of shared clinical and research interests. A group of physicians first started talking about placenta accreta in 2010 at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine.  Since then, we have worked together on clinical guidelines, expert opinion pieces and research, education and outreach.  Due to the mutli-disciplinary nature of our work, we have now grown into an independent society made up of obstetricians, maternal-fetal medicine specialists, gynecologic oncologists, anesthesiologists, transfusion medicine specialists, critical care specialists, pathologists, and scientific researchers, and more, all of whom share our united mission.

The Pan-American Society for the Placenta Accreta Spectrum, PAS2, is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization that is staffed by members on a volunteer basis.  

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 Pan-American Society for the

Placenta Accreta Spectrum

(PAS2)

Saving Women from the morbidity and mortality of the Placenta Accreta Spectrum through collaborative research, education and advocacy

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What We Do

Mother and a Child
Counseling

Clinical Expertise

Provide resources for  healthcare

providers

Research

Discover answers through collaborative science

Education

Train the next generation of professionals

Advocacy

Partner with others to advocate for patient safety

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