Miscarriage: A Patient's Perspective
Miscarriage unfortunately is a common part of OB/GYN, but do you ever wonder what your patients are feeling? This blog addresses one patient's experience.
New Sling Causes Less Pain after UI Surgery
A new adjustable single-incision bladder sling placed via the transobturator route for women with stress urinary incontinence shows promise.
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Nursing Moms Not Getting Enough Fatty Acids
Pregnant and postpartum women aren't getting enough omega-3 fatty acids, putting the development of their babies' nervous and immune systems at risk.
Ultrasound Best for Investigating Pelvic Symptoms
OB/GYNs should begin with ultrasound to examine women presenting with pelvic symptoms, urges a physician group.
Six New Requirements of ICD-10-CM for OB/GYN
Take a close look at your documentation in these six areas of OB/GYN to start making improvements now and better prepare for ICD-10-CM.
One Type of Bupivacaine Is Better Postsurgery
Use of a certain form of bupivacaine for pain control after gynecological surgery reduced the amount of opioids needed and may reduce recovery time.
Image IQ: The Jugular
QUIZ: These images are of the jugular area in a first-trimester fetus. What do they tell you?
10% of RNs Are Paid More for the Same Work
Gender-based pay inequality in female-predominant fields, such as nursing, may not be what you think. Find out what new research has uncovered.
Next Generation Pregnancy Test
Will this be the home pregnancy test of the future?
Analysis Offers Guidance on Breast Milk Expression
There are several techniques new mothers can use to express breast milk more comfortably while yielding higher output, a meta-analysis finds.
Triad of Factors Ups Risk for Type 2 Diabetes
New research shows certain women are 43 times more likely to develop type 2 diabetes mellitus after childbirth.
Should Hospital Cafeteria Food Be Healthier?
POLL: How healthy should hospital food be? Should junk food not be offered at all, removing any temptation, or should people make better choices?
Evaluating Chronic Pelvic Pain
Chronic pelvic pain is costly to diagnose and treat, but appropriate and timely interventions can lead to a restoration of quality of life.
Does Body Fat, Other Factors Cause Incontinence?
New research identifies 3 factors that may play a role in menopause-related storage lower urinary tract symptoms, or incontinence.