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Contemporary OB/GYN Special Delivery

Contemporary OB/GYN
Special Delivery


August 25, 2011


Provider volume related to childbirth complication rate

Women whose babies are delivered by a provider who performs few deliveries are more likely to suffer childbirth complications than women whose providers have a higher volume of deliveries, according to a new study published in Obstetrics and Gynecology (2011;118[3]:521-527). » More


Doctors screen for cervical cancer more often than recommended

Many doctors screen women for cervical cancer every year rather than waiting the recommended 3 years after a normal test result, a recent study finds. However, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, annual screening offers no real advantage over less-frequent tests. » More


Vaginal-perianal cultures for GBS in pregnancy preferred

Vaginal-perianal cultures for group B streptococcal infections (GBS) during pregnancy yield results comparable to vaginal-rectal cultures and cause less patient discomfort, a new study from Riverside Methodist Hospital and OhioHealth Research & Innovation Institute (Columbus, Ohio) reports. » More


Symposium will report progress in defining reproductive aging

A coalition of expert organizations will meet in Washington, DC, on September 20 to give a progress report to the medical and scientific communities on their efforts to define the reproductive stages in a woman's life from perimenopause to late menopause. The intent of the daylong symposium is to guide research toward eventually predicting the onset of the menopausal transition and menopause in individual women. » More

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