In the first annual Contemporary OB/GYN Labor Force survey, many commented on the future of ob/gyn and the surgical training that residents receive. Here are 11 responses that raise a question about whether residents enter the specialty with the necessary skills. What do you think?
Ob/gyns' fear of being sued may be disproportionate to the frequency of malpractice claims.
The FDA approves the first containment system for morcellation. Plus: ASRM provides guidance for Zika virus. And, the impact of HRT timing and its impact on cardiovascular disease.
The CDC offers new guidance on Zika virus and the labor and delivery unit. Plus: How are out-of-hospital trends moving? Also, a look at whether or not planned cesareans mean poorer outcomes for children.
Patients with GD are increasingly likely to present for care, and ob/gyns should be familiar with the latest management guidelines.
Evidence on which to base management of RPL is limited, challenging ob/gyns with patients facing this stressful diagnosis.
When a jury sees a diagnosis of HIE, it is very difficult to show them that no hypoxia occurred in labor, even in the face of normal cord blood gases.
Can Zika be considered a sexually transmitted infection?
An update on the Zika virus and its impact on your practice. And, a look at whether or not vaginal delivery increases risk of incontinence. Plus: What was the impact of the HPV vaccine on HPV rates?
Surgeons at the Cleveland Clinic performed the procedure in hopes of "curing" absolute uterine-factor infertility, but announced on March 9 that the organ had had to be removed.