IBD and the Pregnant Patient
Pregnancy is possible for women with inflammatory bowel disease, but collaboration is needed between gastroenterologists and obstetricians.
Downward Trends in OB/GYN Procedures
Of the top 10 surgical procedures that are decreasing at the greatest rate, 4 of them are related to obstetrics and gynecology.
Is It Time for Stand-Alone HPV Testing?
Now that stand-alone HPV tests have been approved, is it worth changing cervical cancer screening recommendations? Juan Felix, MD, weighs in.
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.
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.
Dissection of Retroperitoneal Anatomy
These tips for implementing good technique in laparoscopic surgeries can help reduce complications and result in faster surgeries.
Could Infrared Light Improve Blood Draws?
A simple device may make blood draws and IV placement easier for fearful patients, or for patients with difficult-to-feel veins.
MD Training, Specialty Affect Menopause Treatments
Two studies revealed that treatments for symptoms of menopause differed based on when physicians trained and perception of patient understanding.
Who's Worried About Medical Devices Being Hacked?
The cybersecurity of medical devices is on the mind of the FDA, which recently issued recommendations for security on wireless medical devices.
International Standards for Fetal Growth
A universal standard for monitoring fetal growth can better detect which fetuses are at risk for intrauterine growth restriction.