From the Journals
In a study using two methods to search for pulmonary embolism (PE) in pregnant women, 3 of the 10 patients diagnosed with PE had asthma.
The number of large, randomized clinical trials evaluating progestins is actually quite small, but opinions abound about the data from these...
In this month’s Master Class, Dr. Steve Caritis discusses progestin use for reducing the risk of preterm birth.
DALLAS – Choosing salpingectomy over tubal ligation at the time of cesarean delivery is an ovarian cancer primary prevention strategy.
Same drug, new delivery device.
DALLAS – A task force at Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, developed the care bundle from colorectal surgery literature about SSI prevention....
DALLAS – Findings from Washington University, St. Louis, may help explain the consistently higher rates of spontaneous preterm birth among black...
DALLAS – A multigene skeletal dysplasia panel correctly predicted fetal lethality or viability in 75% of positive samples.
DALLAS – A 10-year retrospective review at one medical center looked for treatment changes due to CT results.
Intrapartum maternal oxygen may not be beneficial for resuscitating fetuses with category II heart tracings
DALLAS – A clinical trial is the first step in challenging the widely accepted practice of automatic maternal oxygen.