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Adebayo Adesomo

Adebayo Adesomo, MD

Languages spoken: English, Spanish

Clinical Locations

University of Utah Hospital

University Maternal Fetal Medicine, Area E
801-213-2995
  • Dr. Adebayo Adesomo is a fellow in the department of Maternal-Fetal Medicine. He obtained his medical degree from the University of Texas Health Science Center prior to completing his residency training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at The Ohio State University. Dr. Adesomo’s clinical focus is evidenced-based counseling and management of medically and obstetrically complicated pregnancies. His research interests include fetal growth restriction, diabetes in pregnancy, and critical care.

  • Dr. Adebayo Adesomo is a fellow in the department of Maternal-Fetal Medicine. He obtained his medical degree from the University of Texas Health Science Center prior to completing his residency training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at The Ohio State University. Dr. Adesomo’s clinical focus is evidenced-based counseling and management of medically and obstetrically complicated pregnancies. His research interests include fetal growth restriction, diabetes in pregnancy, and critical care.

    Education history

    Residency Obstetrics and Gynecology - The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center Resident
    Medicine - University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio M.D.
    Undergraduate Neuroscience and Behavior - Columbia University B.A.

    Selected Publications

    Journal Article

    1. Pippen JL, Adesomo AA, Gonzalez-Brown VM, Schneider PD, Rood KM (2020). Interrupted versus continuous magnesium sulfate and blood loss at cesarean delivery. J Matern Fetal Neonatal Med, 1-7.
    2. Smith DD, Pippen JL, Adesomo AA, Rood KM, Landon MB, Costantine MM (2020). Exclusion of Pregnant Women from Clinical Trials during the Coronavirus Disease 2019 Pandemic: A Review of International Registries. Am J Perinatol, 37(8), 792-799.

    Case Report

    1. Adesomo A, Gonzalez-Brown V, Rood KM (2020). Infective Endocarditis as a Complication of Intravenous Drug Use in Pregnancy: A Retrospective Case Series and Literature Review. AJP Rep, 10(3), e288-e293.