David Hackney, MD
OB/GYN-Maternal and Fetal Medicine
Division Chief, Maternal Fetal Medicine, UH Cleveland Medical Center
Assistant Professor, Obstetrics and Gynecology, CWRU School of Medicine
UH Cleveland Medical Center
Department of OB/GYN-Maternal Fetal Medicine
11100 Euclid Ave
UH Ahuja Medical Center
1000 Auburn Rd
Kathy Risman Pavilion, Ste 300
UH Fertility Center West
2055 Crocker Rd
Crocker Corporate Ctr, Ste 206
Vaginal Bleeding Complicating Pregnancy, Preterm Labor, Preterm Birth, Maternal Fetal Medicine, Intrauterine Bleeding Complicating Pregnancy
Education & Training
1996, Carnegie Mellon University
Medical / Professional School(s):
2000, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
2004, Obstetrics and Gynecology - OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
2008, Maternal and Fetal Medicine - Magee Women's Hospital of UPMC
History of cervical insufficiency increases the risk of pelvic organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence in parous women.
Sheyn D, Addae-Konaedu KL, Bauer AM, Dawodu KI, Hackney DN, El-Nashar SA
Pathophysiology of preterm labor with intact membranes.
Talati AN, Hackney DN, Mesiano S
Maternal outcomes following the initiation of an institutional delayed cord clamping protocol: an observational case-control study.
Kuo K, Gokhale P, Hackney DN, Ruangkit C, Bhola M, March M
Does pregnancy increase the risk of abdominal hernia recurrence after prepregnancy surgical repair?
Lappen JR, Sheyn D, Hackney DN
Maternal and neonatal outcomes of attempted vaginal compared with planned cesarean delivery in triplet gestations.
Lappen JR, Hackney DN, Bailit JL
Outcomes of Term Induction in Trial of Labor After Cesarean Delivery: Analysis of a Modern Obstetric Cohort.
Lappen JR, Hackney DN, Bailit JL
Determinants of the competing outcomes of intrauterine infection, abruption, or spontaneous preterm birth after preterm premature rupture of membranes.
Hackney DN, Kuo K, Petersen RJ, Lappen JR
Pregnancy outcomes of women with failure to retain rubella immunity.
Schwartzenburg CJ, Gilmandyar D, Thornburg LL, Hackney DN
Do placental histologic findings of chorion-decidual hemorrhage or inflammation in spontaneous preterm birth influence outcomes in the subsequent pregnancy?
Hackney DN, Tirumala R, Salamone LJ, Miller RK, Katzman PJ
Twin-twin transfusion syndrome presenting as polyhydramnios in both fetuses secondary to spontaneous microseptostomy.
Hackney DN, Khalek N, Moldenhauer J, Ozcan T
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As of December 31, 2015, David Hackney, MD did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.