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The Latest Techniques for Preventing Adhesions in Cesarean Delivery


A supplement to Ob.Gyn. News. This supplement was sponsored by Ethicon Women's Health & Urology.

Faculty/Faculty Disclosure

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• Introduction
• Adhesiogenesis
• Adhesion Frequency in Cesarean Deliveries
• General and Obstetric Sequelae of Adhesions
• Where Are Adhesions Most Likely to Develop?
• Should We Do Peritoneal Closure?
• Adhesion Prevention
• Data on Clinical Effectiveness
• Using ORC at Cesarean Delivery

Faculty/Faculty Disclosure

Hector Chapa, MD, FACOG
Medical Director and Outreach Coordinator
Women's Specialty Center
Clinical Faculty
Obstetrics and Gynecology
Residency Program
Methodist Medical Center
Dallas, Texas
Dr Chapa has received clinical grant funding from Johnson & Johnson Medical Affairs for clinical trials of Interceed

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