Obstetrics

AIIMS doctor fired for taking money for surgery, Center requests report from hospital

New Delhi, Sep 21 (PTI) A doctor from the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at AIIMS here allegedly took money from a patient’s father to perform surgery, prompting the Ministry of Health from the Union to request a report from the hospital. A preliminary investigation by a commission of inquiry …

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Takeda’s Zejula Proves Continuous Progression-Free Survival as a Treatment for Ovarian Cancer

Takeda Korea said on Monday that its PARP inhibitor, Zejula (niraparib), has confirmed long-term, continuous progression-free survival (PFS) and disease resolution in the primary maintenance treatment of newly diagnosed patients with progressive ovarian cancer. Takeda’s Zejula proves continuous progression-free survival as a treatment for ovarian cancer …

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Doctors concerned about how West Virginia’s abortion ban works

Doctors caring for pregnant patients say they worry about the effects of strict abortion policies passed by the West Virginia legislature. Dr. William Artrip “All of this has a negative influence on the health of the people of West Virginia. It’s going to drive doctors into retirement or drive them …

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It takes longer to get a doctor’s appointment, survey finds

Listen to the article 3 minutes This audio is generated automatically. Please let us know if you have any comments. Diving Brief: It takes 8% longer to schedule a new patient with a doctor than in 2017 and 24% longer than in 2004, indicating a growing shortage of doctors in …

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OS over 7 years of Olaparib maintenance in the SOLO1 study

Paul A. DiSilversto discusses 7-year follow-up results from the Phase 3 SOLO1/GOG-3004 trial. Paul A. DiSilversto, director of the female oncology program for Rhode Island Hospital for Women and Infants and Care New England Health System, and director of the division of gynecologic oncology in the department of obstetrics and …

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“Before Baby Relationship Checkup” shows promise in helping couples manage perinatal stress

Researchers have found that pre-baby relationship checkup is safe, doable, and acceptable for couples. According to a recent study by researchers from UMass Chan Medical School and Clark University, checking in with prospective couples as part of antenatal obstetrical visits shows promise as a feasible way to strengthen their relationship …

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Lack of family planning care in Iowa has ripple effects

When access to accurate sex education, birth control, and health care is poor, every taxpayer in Iowa bears the tax consequences. Cyd Q. Grafft | Guest columnist Young adults in Iowa revisit sex ed Access to family planning clinics has dropped significantly since 2015, and sex education in schools has …

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Causes, Treatments – Forbes Health

What is postpartum hair loss? According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), hormonal changes during pregnancy can cause your body and head hair to thicken. Then, about three months after giving birth, most women begin to notice another change in their hair, which usually includes hair loss …

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After woman gives birth outdoors, Safdarjung hospital plans changes

After a a woman gave birth to a child outside the emergency department of Safdarjung Hospital — feet from a trash can — in July, the administration proposed some changes to make life easier for patients — including adding a separate radiologist in the gynecology department to 40 other enrollment …

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Combining imaging and liquid biopsy for cervical cancer

The authors – researchers from the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) and Johns Hopkins University – noted that liquid biopsy has emerged as a promising tool that may be able to overcome some of the drawbacks of the imagery. “Future work should prioritize how best to synergize …

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The winner of the patient prize “an inspiration” for general medicine

New A Launceston doctor selected as ‘most outstanding’ GP has been praised for his willingness to go above and beyond for patients. Dr. Sana Mahmud receives her award from RACGP Board Chair Christine Nixon. (Photo: Stan Traianedes) The votes are launched. Patients across Australia have recognized the effort of GPs …

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Southcoast Health announces Dr. Christian Pope as new Chief of Obstetrics and Gynecology – New Bedford Guide

Southcoast Health announced today that the nonprofit community health system has named Christian S. Pope, DO, FACOG Chief of Obstetrics & Gynecology. A longtime member of the medical staff at St. Luke’s Hospital, Dr. Pope specializes in providing high quality health care to women with clinical interests in medical complications …

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Do I need a breast exam?

Most medical organizations no longer recommend routine breast self-exams because research has not shown that breast self-exams improve cancer detection or outcomes. However, most organizations recommend becoming breast aware or familiarizing yourself with the normal look and feel of your breasts. If you notice any change in your breasts, tell …

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Mother who lost baby in Fredericton hospital can’t afford to sue

Aimee Dunn, who lost her baby in March while being treated in the emergency department at Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital, says she could never afford to sue for medical malpractice. Dunn consulted the Wagners law firm to pursue legal action against the hospital and doctors involved, but decided that was …

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Statement from the Florida Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics on the Board of Medicine’s invitation to discuss gender-affirming standards of care

Plank The President pledges to work alongside the FCAAP on any future regulations for the treatment of gender dysphoria August 5, 2022 – Today, the Florida Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics released the following statement in response to the State Board of Medicine’s commitment to work with leading …

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Future of Iowa’s OB-GYN education unclear as abortion education standards change

When Iowa lawmakers were considering legislation in 2018 to ban most abortions, University of Iowa officials said the law could threaten its ability to educate doctors who specialize in women’s reproductive health. Now that state and U.S. Supreme Courts have removed barriers to this law and Governor Kim Reynolds is …

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The Good News Is Out: Abortion Restrictions Won’t Kill Anyone

After giving birth for 30 years, Dr. Brent Boles can say with certainty that an abortion is not necessary to save a woman’s life. In a recent interview with Boles and Lila Rose, the Live Action president agreed that “intentionally killing a baby is never medical treatment.” The conversation between …

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Southcoast Health announces new Chief Medical Officer of Surgical Services – New Bedford Guide

Dennis LaRock, MD, has accepted the position of chief medical officer of surgical services at Southcoast Health, officials announced this week. In this role, Dr. LaRock will oversee the Brain and Spine Center’s surgical departments, otolaryngology departments, general surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, orthopedics, plastics, thoracic surgery, trauma and urology at …

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The hospital will open an antenatal care clinic for low-risk patients

The Sault Area Hospital has announced plans to open a prenatal care clinic in partnership with local community health care providers. The clinic would be accessible to patients who have not been accepted into obstetric or midwifery care and whose primary care provider is unable to provide their prenatal care. …

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The Vineyard Gazette – Martha’s Vineyard News

Eileen Rose Walsh Bradley of Skillman, NJ passed away July 16, surrounded by loving family at Stonebridge AL Healthcare Center in Skillman. She was 91 years old. She was born on October 25, 1930, the daughter of Margaret Brady Walsh and Edward Patrick Walsh, who were immigrants from County Cavan …

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The RMCH temporarily closes the labor and delivery unit

GALLUP, NM – Rehoboth McKinley Christian Hospital announced that it is temporarily closing its labor and delivery unit on Wednesday, August 3. The RMCH said the unit will take its last patients on July 31, so they can deliver and recover before the unit loses nursing coverage. After August 3, …

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Expulsion of an adenomyotic lesion into the uterine cavity after ablation by high-intensity focused ultrasound

A 46-year-old woman, gravida 5 para 0, with a 10-year history of dysmenorrhea, was admitted to our hospital. Her symptoms worsened about 6 months before her admission, affecting her sleep. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) showed that the uterine wall was asymmetrically thickened, with evident thickening and abnormal signal at the …

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ibrexafungerp Phase 3 Data Shows Promising Results for Acute Treatment of CVD

Data from the Scynexis nested CANDLE 304 substudy showed promise for the potential treatment of acute vulvovaginal candidiasis (VVC) episode in women with recurrent vulvovaginal candidiasis (RVVC) who have not did not respond to a 7-day, 3-dose fluconazole regimen. The data was presented at the XXVI World Congress of the …

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Faculty of Medicine researchers receive over $36 million through CIHR project grants

Faculty of Medicine researchers have received over $36 million in funding through the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Project Grants: Spring 2022 competition. In total, this competition approved 405 research grants, plus two transition grants, for a total investment of approximately $325 million. In addition, 61 priority announcement grants …

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Voice of the Outer Banks – Norman R. Dahm, MD, July 11

Norman R. Dahm, MD, July 11 By Story submitted on July 16, 2022 Norman Richard Dahm, MD was born to the late George and Louise Dahm of Astoria, NY on March 29, 1935. Dr. Dahm will be remembered for his compassion as a physician, his dedication as a father and …

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Obstetric violence: mother uses trauma to help others

Pamela Madonsela spoke with a Cape Town doula who suffered obstetrical abuse before embarking on her journey to provide a better birthing experience for other mums. “If I had known at the time what obstetrical violence was, I would have acted. Or better yet, I would have found someone like …

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The pro-life condemnation of the Hodge brothers

This article is the last in a four-part series based on the forthcoming book by Marvin Olasky and Leah Savas, The History of Abortion in America: A Street-Level History, 1652-2022. When two young boys in a family learn that their three older brothers and their father died of yellow fever, …

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Application Submitted to FDA for First-Ever Over-the-Counter Birth Control Pill

HRA Pharma, a Perrigo company, has announced that it has submitted an application to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for possible future approval of the first-ever over-the-counter birth control pill.1 This request is for a change from Rx to OTC for Opill (HRA Pharma), which is a progestin-only …

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M4s make dreams come true with volunteer trip to Hilton Head Clinic – News from the School of Medicine

Students from Wayne State University School of Medicine spent three weeks caring for patients at the Volunteers in Medicine clinic in South Carolina. Wayne State University School of Medicine medical students Michelle Malik, Erika Palanco, Erin Leestma and Angelina Palacios finally made it to Hilton Head Island, a destination that …

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It turns out that water births can actually have significant benefits.

A water birth involves using a birthing pool for labor (and sometimes the birth itself) for the purpose of relaxation and pain relief. Proponents of the technique suggest it results in a more relaxed and less painful experience, while critics say the safety of the procedure has not been thoroughly …

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First of its kind congratulations of 50 eminent doctors in Telangana by Sravani Hospital, Madhapur on National Doctors Day

Sravani Hospitals logo launched Vaidya Vibushan Laureates 2022 Vaidya Vibushan Award Recipient Sravani Hospitals Launches Website and Also Congratulates 53 Top Most Doctors on National Doctors Day 2022 HYDERABAD, TELANGANA, INDIA, July 3, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — For the first time since the coronavirus pandemic, Sravani Hospitals in Madhapur celebrated National …

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Demand for Abortion Pills Has Been Rising for Weeks | Health info

By Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter (Health Day) WEDNESDAY, June 29, 2022 (HealthDay News) — Shortly after news broke in May of the announcement that Roe v. Wade was at risk of being overturned by the Supreme Court, internet searches for abortion pills have increased, according to a new study. On …

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How victims of domestic violence are affected by the reversal of Roe v Wade

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Advocates for survivors of domestic violence say limiting access to safe and legal abortions will have devastating consequences for those abused. Pregnancy and violence often go hand in hand. “We know that a woman’s pregnancy can actually be a more dangerous time than when she’s not pregnant,” …

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Without motherhood, some face challenges | News, Sports, Jobs

WATCH Photo Administrators of the Brooks-TLC hospital system say the aging building in Dunkirk is too expensive to maintain. Since October, the Brooks-TLC hospital system no longer has an open maternity ward. This means pregnant women in the north end of Chautauqua County have had to …

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Is it safe to use homemade tampons?

People who are menstruating may not only struggle to feed their babies due to a nationwide shortage of formula, but they also cannot get proper care due to a nationwide shortage of tampons. Whether Marjorie Taylor Greene wrongly blamed the shortage on transgender people, or Tampax linked the shortage to …

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Mercy Health opens new location

Mercy Health – Lorain officially opened the new Sheffield Medical Center on June 20 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The 16,000 square foot facility, located at 5327 Detroit Road in Sheffield Village, offers specialty care including breast surgery, gastroenterology, cardiology, neurology, and obstetrics and gynecology. In addition, the building will house …

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Symposium on cardio-obstetrics

The Red Crescent Heart Institute and the Bilawal Faculty of Medicine, in collaboration with the Scientific Council, organized a one-day cardio-obstetrics symposium with the aim of educating women with heart disease. HYDERABAD, (UrduPoint/Pakistan Point News – June 18, 2022): The Red Crescent Heart Institute and Bilawal Medical College, in collaboration …

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Hello, Brooklyn: Friday, June 17, 2022

ASSISTANCE FOR UKRAINIANS SETTLING IN NY: Manuel Castro, Commissioner of the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs (MOIA) launched the New York City Ukrainian Response Initiative, announcing the nonprofits that will be engaged to help currently residing and newly arrived Ukrainian New Yorkers access immigration legal assistance, translation services, social services …

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Teresa Diaz-Montes, MD, MPH, FACOG, Gynecologist Oncologist at Lya Segall Ovarian Cancer Institute

Get to know gynecologic oncologist Dr. Teresa Diaz-Montes, who serves patients statewide in Maryland. (ProNewsReport Editorial): – New York City, New York June 14, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Dr. Diaz-Montes, a highly trained gynecologic oncologist, is associate director of the Lya Segall Ovarian Cancer Institute and medical director of Neil B. …

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Fezolinetant reduces frequency and severity of menopausal hot flashes, study finds

Fezolinetant significantly reduced the frequency and severity of moderate-to-severe vasomotor symptoms (VMS), or hot flashes, associated with menopause, according to an industry-sponsored phase 3 study presented Saturday at ENDO 2022, the annual meeting of the Endocrine Society in Atlanta, Ga. The SKYLIGHT 2 trial was a 52-week study to investigate …

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Around Town: Foundation’s $100 Million Gift to Stanford Children’s Hospital Will Have ‘Transformational Impact’ | New

In the latest column, news of a $100 million donation to benefit Stanford’s Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, a church that used the citywide garage sale to raise money for Ukrainian aid and the next open day of the municipal service center. ‘A TRANSFORMATIVE IMPACT’… The west building at Stanford Lucile …

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Dr. Jacqueline Marecheau named interim chair of obstetrics and gynecology at St. John’s Episcopal Hospital

Dr. Jaqueline Marecheau, St. John’s Episcopal Hospital St. John’s Episcopal Hospital is pleased to announce that Jacqueline Marecheau, MD FACOG has been named Acting Chair of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OB/GYN). In her new role, Dr. Marecheau will oversee the various services provided by the OB/GYN team in order to improve …

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Anthem partners with Happify Health to improve maternal health

What you should know: – Anthem, Inc. today announced a collaboration between Happify Health to bridge the gap between the unique physical and mental health issues women face. – The collaboration will add to its ongoing support for women’s health as a whole with the addition of a new digital …

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IU Health bills rise for some patients after price freeze promised

When Bloomington resident Linda Gurley recently reviewed a medical bill from a March visit to a cardiologist, she noticed something odd. The doctor’s bill was the same as his previous visit last year: $87. But Indiana University Health had added an additional charge of $102. Indiana: IU Health has given …

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Grey’s Anatomy S18 showed that Jo is the perfect replacement for Meredith

Grey’s Anatomy may still consider Meredith central to Gray Sloan’s story and success, but Jo could be her perfect replacement. Warning! SPOILERS for Grey’s Anatomy season 18. Whereas Grey’s Anatomy season 18 reiterated how central Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) is to the success of Gray Sloan Memorial Hospital, the show also …

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New moms benefit from mental health hotline, but Republicans in Wisconsin could have done a lot more

Extending Medicaid-BadgerCare coverage for one year after pregnancy was proposed by Governor Evers. Lawmakers reduced that to a few extra days. If you noticed a series of mental health awareness messages in May, it was no accident. National Mental Health Month featured public service announcements targeting veterans, farmers and teens. …

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HE President Macky Sall leads the inauguration of the world’s largest purpose-built hospital ship, the Global Mercy™

Dakar, Senegal–(BUSINESS WIRE)– HE the President of Senegal, Macky Sall, inaugurated the world’s largest purpose-built hospital ship and pledged to accelerate access to surgical, obstetrical and anesthetic care for countries in Africa. Ceremonies commemorated more than 30 years of service in Africa. International Humanitarian organization Mercy Ships and its partners …

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Early periods can damage the ovaries – Gynecologist

A professor of obstetrics and gynecology, Oluwarotimi Akinola, said early onset of menstruation in girls should not be overlooked, noting that it could lead to serious long-term health problems. According to Akinola, the onset of early and prolonged menstruation in women could damage the ovaries. The expert pointed out that …

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MGMA: Doctors’ compensation rebounds above pre-pandemic levels

Compensation for most medical specialties saw modest increases between 2019 and 2021, according to new data from the MGMA. Medical practices appear to be bouncing back after the coronavirus pandemic, with most medical specialties reporting pay levels at or above pre-pandemic levels, according to new data of MGMA. The first …

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Medication and ICD-10 coding of abortion

Medical terminology of an uncarried fetus. Today I’m going to talk about what seems like a very politically charged topic at the moment, but I’m not really going to the. I want to review the term “abortion” in medical terminology and discuss procedures for an uncarried fetus. People don’t usually …

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Probiotics during pregnancy can reduce morning sickness

Morning sickness is such a common symptom in early pregnancy that it is thought to affect 85% of pregnant women. But scientists don’t have a single explanation for why it affects so many people and why some escape unscathed. What’s well understood is that nausea and vomiting can take their …

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Mednax Announces Leadership Appointments

James D. Swift, MD appointed Chief Operating Officer; Curtis B. Pickert, MD named Chief Medical Officer FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida, May 18, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Mednax, Inc. (NYSE: MD) today announced two appointments to further strengthen its operational and clinical leadership. The company named James D. Swift, MD as chief operating officer and …

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Global 3D Medical Imaging Devices Market Report 2022

ReportLinker The major players in the 3D medical imaging market are GE Healthcare, Royal Philips, Siemens AG, The Esaote Group, Intrasense SA, Materialize NV, Toshiba Group, Samsung Medison Co Ltd, Shimadzu Corporation, and Analogic Corporation. New York, May 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the “3D …

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Paid services in public hospitals are running almost at full capacity

Egmore Institute of Obstetrics and Gynecology generated more revenue than before COVID Egmore Institute of Obstetrics and Gynecology generated more revenue than before COVID Fee-based services are in high demand at the four government hospitals in Chennai. After a drop in occupancy during the COVID-19 pandemic, it is nearly full, …

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Prolonged exposure to oxytocin for labor induction linked to risk of bleeding

Prolonged exposure to oxytocin during childbirth has been associated with an increased risk of obstetric hemorrhage, according to a retrospective cohort study. Among over 2200 patients who received intrapartum oxytocin for induction or augmentation, those exposed for 12 hours or more had a 52% increased risk of obstetric hemorrhage (odds …

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Abortion bans could be riskiest for women in maternal health care ‘deserts’

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 public domain Women living in maternal health care “deserts” will face greater risks to their health and well-being if a proposed Supreme Court opinion overruling Roe v. Wade leads to state abortion bans, experts say. People who are pregnant or have recently given birth in areas without maternal …

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Home-based STI screening breaks down barriers, but many programs aren’t youth-friendly

Source/Disclosures Source: Sao S, et al. Abstract 117. Presented at: ACOG Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting; May 6-8, 2022; San Diego. Disclosures: Sao does not report any relevant financial information. ADD A SUBJECT TO EMAIL ALERTS Receive an email when new articles are published on …

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Los Angeles hospital sued for racism in death of black mother

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The husband of a black woman who died hours after giving birth in 2016 sued Cedars-Sinai Medical Center on Wednesday, saying she bled to death because of a culture of racism in the famous hospital in Los Angeles. Charles Johnson IV said he discovered the disparity …

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Rainbow Children’s Medicare IPO GMP, share attribution will be finalized soon, how to check

The Rainbow Children’s Medicare (RCML) initial public offering (IPO) received a decent response during the book building process between April 27-29. The Hyderabad-based healthcare facility chain operates a chain of multi-specialty pediatric, obstetrics and gynecology hospitals in India. The company started its operations in 1999. The probable date of award …

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Cheers for April 29

Buddy Poppies were for sale by Veterans of Foreign Wars after 1925 as a fundraiser for their charitable causes at the first Frühlingsfest in downtown Seymour in May 2021. Lori Mcdonald | The Tribune Happy birthday! We moved to Brownstown 25 years ago on our quiet street with many great …

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International symposium on strengthening surgical, obstetric and anesthetic care systems in Africa to be organized in May by the Government of Senegal and with the support of Mercy Ships

Download logo As Mercy Ships (www.MercyShips.Africa) celebrates 30 years of service to Africa, the global humanitarian organization will strengthen its partnerships with African countries and health sector actors by co-hosting a number of events in May and June 2022. The first event will be an International Symposium (IS) on Strengthening …

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Overview of Endometriosis

Hugh Taylor, MD: Hello. Welcome to this Contemporary OB/GYNÒ Clinical consultation entitled “Updates in the management of endometriosis”. I am Dr. Hugh Taylor, Professor and Chair of the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Sciences at Yale School of Medicine, and Chief of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Yale New Haven …

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Families tell how doctors in the network have made a difference in their lives

Since its inception 10 years ago, Stanford’s Children’s Healthcare Network has received more than 2.3 million patient visits and physicians have treated more than 100,000 patients each year. But no matter how many patients they see, Stanford Children’s Health practitioners strive to provide every family with exceptional care. Witnessing this …

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BMC doctor is new president of Mumbai Obstetrics & Gynecological Society

Dr. Niranjan Chavan of LTM College and BMC Sion Hospital took over as the 69th President of the 88-year-old Mumbai Obstetrics & Gynecological Society (MOGS) for 2022-2023 during the the country’s first and largest post-pandemic medical appointment. congregation held here, an official said Thursday. The election took place at the …

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Respond effectively to maternal and child health emergencies

India accounted for around 35,000 maternal deaths or 12% of global maternal deaths in 2017 according to the United Nations (UN). Meanwhile, according to the UN, in 2019, around 16% or 8.24,000 deaths of children under the age of five occurred in India. That is far more than about 5 …

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Southern DHB working to reduce Southland’s massive gynecology waiting lists

Robyn Edie / Stuff The Southern District Health Board is looking at ways to reduce the gynecology waiting list at Southland Hospital, which now has 764 patients. More than 760 Southland women are waiting to see a gynecologist as the Covid-19 pandemic has once again dealt a severe blow to …

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Study presents comprehensive guidelines for management of anorexia nervosa in pregnancy

April 11, 2022 3 minute read ADD A SUBJECT TO EMAIL ALERTS Receive an email when new articles are published on Please provide your email address to receive an email when new articles are published on . ” data-action=”subscribe”> Subscribe We have not been able to …

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Ankur Maitrika Hospital Obtains NABH Pre-Accreditation Within 16 Months of Operation – Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism

Excelsior Correspondent JAMMU, April 9: Ankur Maitrika Hospital has received entry level accreditation from the National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers (NABH).According to the information received from the hospital under the Quality Council of India, the audit process and inspection was done after analyzing the data and the …

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David Tennent Baird – The Lancet

Internationally renowned reproductive endocrinologist. He was born in Glasgow, UK on March 13, 1935 and died in Edinburgh, UK on February 12, 2022 at the age of 86. “Europe’s most important clinical researcher in reproductive biology and medicine”, said Professor Johannes Evers in 2002, when bestowed with the title of …

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Yale Cancer Center and School of Public Health Receive Grant to Study Lifestyle Intervention in Women with Ovarian Cancer

The National Cancer Institute recently awarded the Yale Cancer Center and the Yale School of Public Health a new U01 Cooperative Agreement Grant to support research on the impact of diet and exercise in women with diabetes. ovarian cancer. The National Cancer Institute recently awarded the Yale Cancer Center and …

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How an unproven abortion ‘reversal’ treatment progressed in the United States

When Texas enacted a ban on abortion as early as the sixth week of pregnancy, an international nonprofit women’s health advocacy organization saw a 1,100% increase in orders for so-called abortion pills. The combination of two drugs allows women to terminate their pregnancy within the first 10 weeks. Although peak …

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Non-hazardous Zobo drink, can be consumed by pregnant women, nursing mothers –Experts

Experts in obstetrics, gynecology and nutrition have denied the findings of studies claiming that pregnant women who consume Hibiscus sabdariffa tea, popularly known as Zobo, are at risk of miscarriage or premature delivery. Experts have also criticized claims that the drink, which has become a popular treat, can put the …

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Piccione named president of three hospitals | Local News

If it hadn’t been for her father’s declining health due to a heart condition, Dr. Elizabeth A. Piccione may never have specialized in cardiology. And if it hadn’t been for her help navigating the transplant system, her father, Thomas M. Piccione, a prominent retired judge, might not be alive today. …

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Obstetrics & Gynecology Stretchers Market 2022 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2028 | Ferno, Stryker, Hill-Rom, GIVAS, Byron, etc.

obstetrics-gynecology-stretcher-market Obstetrics & Gynecology Stretchers Market: Key Insights The latest research report, titled “Global Obstetrics & Gynecology Stretchers Market Insights 2022 and Forecast 2028, this includes an overview and an in-depth study of the factors which are considered to have a greater influence on the future development of the market, …

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Patient-Reported Results Demonstrate Satisfaction with Pembrolizumab in Advanced Cervical Cancer

Patients with persistent, recurrent, or metastatic cervical cancer have had favorable outcomes with pembrolizumab (Keytruda), with or without bevacizumab (Avastin), with manageable levels of toxicity, according to patient data. patient-reported outcomes (PRO) collected as part of the Phase 3 KEYNOTE-826 trial (NCT03635567). The PRO results were presented at the 2022 …

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As states impose abortion bans, young doctors travel far to learn the procedure

A deluge of abortion restrictions spreading across the country, from Florida to Texas to Idaho, is shrinking already limited training options for medical students and U.S. residents who want to learn to practice abortion procedures. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists recommends standardized training in abortion care during medical …

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Ukraine War: Israeli FemTech from Sheba to help save the lives of mothers and babies

According to the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), an estimated 80,000 Ukrainian women will give birth in the next three months without access to essential maternal care as a result of the Russian-Ukrainian war. Israel hopes its innovative technology and tools will help ensure these women stay healthy – many …

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Dr. Frimer on exploring maintenance with niraparib in uterine serous carcinoma

Marina Frimer, MD, FACOG, FACS, discusses exploring maintenance with niraparib in a Phase 2 trial in patients with severe recurrent advanced or platinum-responsive uterine carcinoma Marina Frimer, MD, FACOG, FACS, Associate Chief, Academic Research and Development, Central Region, Associate Professor, Division of Gynecologic Oncology, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Zucker …

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Study places over 50 UAMS faculty among top 2% of influential researchers

Enlarge image Shuk Mei Ho, Ph.D., UAMS vice chancellor for research and innovation, said UAMS’s long list of influential faculty speaks to the institution’s high priority for research. March 16, 2022 | LITTLE ROCK — A Stanford University study lists more than 50 current and retired UAMS professors among the …

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Laetitia Ky’s hair sculptures celebrate black beauty and power

Laetitia Ky, an artist and fashion designer based in Ivory Coast, has used hair as a means of creative expression since childhood. In his forthcoming book, love and righteousness with Princeton Architectural Press, she recounts how, as a girl, she refashioned the white Barbie dolls available to her by cutting …

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Mary RNC Obituary (1947 – 2022) – Sausalito, CA

Mary Madelyn (Logrando) Rubin, Ph.D. RNC September 20, 1947 (Windber, PA) – February 28, 2022 (Sausalito, CA) Mary Madelyn (Logrando) Rubin, 74, died peacefully at her Sausalito home on February 28 . Mary was born in Windber, Pennsylvania to James Peter “Dick” Logrando and Mary Assunta (Gonnella) Logrando, the second …

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Green Journal publishes study showing ‘significantly improved’ urinary incontinence symptoms in women compared to Kegel exercises alone

The Journal of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) publishes a randomized controlled superiority trial showing the effectiveness of leva in the treatment of UI compared to performing Kegels alone BOSTON, March 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Renovia Inc. (“Renovia”), a women-led company developing digital therapies for female pelvic …

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Anti-Mullerian hormone may contribute to infertility in polycystic ovary syndrome

Elevated levels of anti-mullerian hormone (AMH) have traditionally been thought of as just a passive by-product of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), but a new preclinical study by researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine suggests that the hormone plays an active role in the disorder and can contribute to ovulation and fertility …

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Private obstetric care increases the chances of cesarean delivery, regardless of health needs and wishes

Women in Australia are more likely to have an unplanned C-section if they give birth in a private rather than a public hospital – regardless of their health during pregnancy or their birth plans. Our recent study showed that an unplanned caesarean section was 4.2% more likely in a private …

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Tech companies say more virtual care can improve health. Not everyone is convinced

Just 40 years ago, Americans turned to their primary care clinicians to treat most of their ailments, from controlling sore throats to childbirth. “Primary care was this idea from birth to death, that the primary care physician would be the primary provider,” says Ateev Mehrotra, associate professor of health care …

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Dr. G Suresh Babu’s MS Multi Specialty Hospital Enables Efficient Orthopedic Services to Improve Rural Health Care

NNA | Update: 04 March 2022 12:46 STI New Delhi [India], Mar 04 (ANI/ATK): One of India’s leading orthopedic hospitals, MS Multi Specialty Hospital has introduced effective orthopedic treatments to make health care affordable for the rural masses. With state-of-the-art technologies and state-of-the-art infrastructure, the center aims to make healthcare …

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Obstetric Devices Market and Ecosystem Analysis by Types, Applications (Boston Scientific, Cooper Surgical, Johnson & Johnson, Hologic, more)

Obstetric Devices Market research report provides details about industry chain structure, market competition, market size & share, SWOT analysis, technology, cost, raw materials , consumer preferences, development and trends, regional forecast, company and profile and products and services. This report includes market size estimation for value (USD Million) and volume …

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PGA Suture Market to Witness Stunning Growth by 2027 and Rising Use in Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Others – ZNews Africa

PGA Sutures Market Study 2022-2027: Get a sample report Survey before purchase Order the report now The Global PGA Sutures Market report provides insights into the global industry including valuable facts and figures. This research study explores the global market in detail like industry chain structures, raw material suppliers, along …

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Obstetric Surgical Instruments Market Outlook Forecast by 2029

New Jersey, United States,-The Obstetrical Surgical Instruments market report contains a detailed overview of the industry along with the gross margin, other basic manufacturing, cost structure, selling price, network direction, service provision, actual value, overall size, share and future development factors. Obstetric Surgical Instruments Market Overview: The research report on …

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Birthday special: Philly doctor delighted to give birth on 2/22/22

💌 Do you like Philly? Sign up for Billy Penn’s free newsletter to get everything you need to know about Philadelphia, every day. For most people, Tuesday is just an ordinary day. But Penn Medicine obstetrician Peter Gearhart is counting down with great anticipation. He is working in the maternity …

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Manistee Hospital ranked in top 100

MANISTEE COUNTY – Two Munson Healthcare hospitals were recently named 2022 Top 100 Rural & Community Hospitals by the Chartis Center for Rural Health, according to a news release from Munson Healthcare. Munson Healthcare Cadillac Hospital and Munson Healthcare Manistee Hospital were among five other Michigan hospitals to receive this …

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“Covid has killed 30 gynecologists who put patients’ lives first”

About 30 gynecologists in the country have lost their lives to Covid-19 while treating pregnant women and attending births during the pandemic, officials of the Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Pakistan (SOGP) said on Wednesday. . In a press conference at Karachi Press Club (KPC), they said that gynecologists …

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Start of national training in obstetric ultrasound

The training program consists of three phases which cover a range of theoretical lectures in the field as well as practical training. Muscat: The third national obstetric ultrasound training course has started. The course is organized by the Department of Women’s and Children’s Health of the Ministry of Health (MOH) …

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Chandīgarh | 4,103 patients treated as PGIMER resumes walk-in DPOs

On February 14, the first day of the resumption of walk-in OPD from the hospital to PGIMER, a total of 4,103 patients were physically examined, while an additional 1,346 patients were consulted by telephone. On the first day of the resumption of the walk-in OPD facility, no less than 4,103 …

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Fresno, CA obgyn delivered 10,000 babies in her career

OPINION AND COMMENT Editorials and other opinion content provide insights into issues important to our community and are independent of the work of our newsroom reporters. Dr. Robert O. Wilson Jr. Contributed Few lives are lived so fully and exceptionally that they defy proper description. Dr. Robert O. Wilson Jr. …

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Yale researchers assess the safety of a popular sterilization method

A joint study by researchers from Yale and UC San Diego investigated a popular method of sterilization banned by the FDA and found that it is “not generally harmful.” Mai Chen 12:32 a.m., February 11, 2022 Collaborating journalist Cecile Lee A recent study co-led by Yale researchers in conjunction with …

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A strategy developed in British Columbia reduces the risk of ovarian cancer: new study

After losing her mother and grandmother to ovarian cancer, Justine Greene was aware of the enormous risk she faced. So, in consultation with her doctors, she decided to take preventive measures – she had her fallopian tubes removed. The procedure that Greene and thousands of others in British Columbia have …

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Simon shares steps towards reducing cancer clinical trial disparities

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Call for free infertility treatment as birth rate plunges in Thailand

Professor Dr Kamthorn Pruksananonda, chairman of a reproductive medicine panel at Royal Obstetrics and Gynecologists of Thailand, warned that this drop in the birth rate could trigger long-term economic and social problems, particularly with regard to greater dependence on migrant workers. He said national health care schemes do not yet …

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Prophylactic drugs can prevent cesarean section bleeding

Methylergonovine is often used to immediately control severe bleeding after cesarean deliveries. But a new study suggests that the ergot alkaloid agent could benefit these women if given before delivery, researchers at the University of Iowa Hospitals, Iowa City, reported in the January edition of the American Journal of Obstetrics …

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Serial killer uses a basket to dump victims’ bodies – Crime Online

The bodies of five women are now linked to a serial killer dubbed the “Caddy Killer”. Anthony Robinson, 35, is charged with two of the murders, but other charges are expected. Investigators believe Robinson met his victims through dating sites and then in at least four cases lured them to …

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Ectopic pregnancy: when pregnancy is life-threatening | Health

Pregnancy is a phase that promises a new beginning and comes with a mixture of excitement, happiness and a bit of anxiety. For many, this phase could be cut short by a brutal shock in the form of an ectopic pregnancy, a type of pregnancy doomed from the start. An …

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New Providers Join the FryeCare Physicians Network | Local business news

HICKORY – FryeCare Physicians Network recently welcomed the following advanced practice providers to their new medical practices. Same day appointments and online appointment booking are available. Taylor Evans, PA, Physician Assistant, accepts new patients at FryeCare Women’s Services at 1781 Tate Blvd. SE, No. 201, at Hickory. Appointments can be …

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Dr. Karam talks about the role of density reduction surgery in recurrent ovarian cancer

Amer Karam, MD, discusses whether to use bulk reduction surgery after a recurrence of ovarian cancer. Amer Karam, MD, gynecologic oncologist, medical oncologist, obstetrician and gynecologist (OB-GYN), clinical professor, obstetrics and gynecology, gynecologic oncology, Stanford Health Care, discusses whether to use massive reduction surgery after a recurrence of ovarian cancer. …

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Abortion research study conducted to gather evidence on quality of care

Too many girls and women continue to die and face the short and long-term negative consequences of unsafe abortion – yet there is a lack of information on how health care providers and systems can provide the better quality care for girls and women with abortion-related complications. Recognizing this research …

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COVID-19 Analysis for Global Obstetrics and Gynecology Stretchers Market 2022-2031

New Jersey, United States,- Market Research Intellect has published a new publication on the Obstetrics and Gynecology Stretchers Market, which is titled “Obstetrics and Gynecology Stretchers Market Analysis and Forecast 2022”. The publication provides an in-depth assessment of the global automotive chassis dynamometer market based on competition, market dynamics, market …

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Dr. Jennifer Overbey named Physician of the Year for Methodist Hospital

Doctor of the Year Methodist Hospital recently announced that Dr. Jennifer Overbey, Chair of Obstetrics and Gynecology, has received the award. Doctor of the Year from the Methodist Hospital. In Methodist Hospital history, Dr. Overbey is the first African-American woman to receive this award. Congratulations Dr. Overbey! Education and Awards …

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Jamaican-American doctor named chair of New York University’s department of obstetrics and gynecology

Jamaican-American physician Dr. Camille Angela Clare has been named the new Chair of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OB/GYN) and Professor at the College of Health Sciences at the State University of New York ( SUNY). Medicine and the School of Public Health. Currently, Dr. Clare is Associate Professor …

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Landmark SMART Study Demonstrates High Accuracy of Natera’s Panorama® NIPT for 22q11.2 Deletion Screening

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Funeral services for Carol H. Harrell, 82, of Pennington will be held Thursday, January 20, 2022 at 11:00 a.m. at Henley Cemetery in Fulton, Alabama, with the Reverend Lyle Meador officiating. Visitation will take place at the cemetery thirty minutes before the service. Carol Louise Henderson Harrell met her Lord …

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Stretched to breaking point, say doctors at government hospital in Delhi, call for better quarantine

New Delhi: Doctors at government hospitals in the nation’s capital are stretched to breaking point as they face a severe labor shortage amid the raging third wave of the Covid-19 pandemic . Speaking to ThePrint, several doctors said the shortage was mainly due to the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test …

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Northwest Arkansas continues to set records for covid-19 cases; hospitalizations are increasing

Northwest Arkansas and the state continued to set records for the number of new covid-19 cases this week, with the number of hospitalizations nearing the January 2021 peak. A number of area schools switched to remote learning this week due to increased cases among students and staff. Local hospitals also …

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The hospital will open a new hall on January 24; renovation continues throughout the WRH

The wait is over. The main hall of Whitfield Regional Hospital will be open to the public on Monday 24th January. CEO/Administrator Doug Brewer told the hospital on Thursday that the newly remodeled lobby was “pretty amazing and pretty much done” as he invited members to the groundbreaking ceremony on …

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COVID-19 vaccines reduce risk to pregnant women during pandemic, officials say

By the Parish of Marley | Pennsylvania Capital-Star General practitioner Dr Denise Johnson speaks with Dr Chavone Momon-Nelson of UPMC Pinnacle Obstetrics and Acting Health Secretary Keara Klinepeter at a press conference on Tuesday. Credit: PA Internet News Service Dr. Chavone Momon-Nelson isn’t sure a parent will stop worrying about …

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Government Launches New Advertising Campaign Urging Pregnant Women To “Get Boost Now”

Pregnant women who have not yet received their first, second, third or booster dose of a COVID-19 vaccine urged to receive their vaccine as soon as possible as government launches new New Years advertising campaign . The new campaign partners with experts from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists …

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Obstetrics Devices Market Segments, Major Player, Application, Regional Scope and Forecast Analysis 2026 Key Players 2022

New Jersey, United States, – The Global Obstetric Devices Market report is one of the most comprehensive and significant addition to the market research archive of Market Research Intellect. Provides detailed research and analysis of the major aspects of the global Obstetrics Devices market. The market analysts who produced the …

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Fetal Monitor Market Size, Reach, Forecast to 2029

New Jersey, United States, – The latest report published by Verified Market Reports shows that the Fetal Monitor Market should experience a sustained pace in the years to come. Analysts looked at market drivers, restrictions, risks and openings in the global market. The Fetal Monitor report shows the likely direction …

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Black women born in the United States have a higher risk of preeclampsia than their foreign-born counterparts

A new analysis of the medical records of a racially diverse group of more than 6,000 women has added to the evidence that a combination of biological, social and cultural factors – not race alone – is likely responsible for the higher rates of preeclampsia among black women born in …

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Mother of firstborn in 2022 received gifts – Sarajevo Times

The mayear from Sarajevo, Benjamina Karic, and themMayor of Stari Grad municipality, Ibrahim Hadzibajric, vvisited the general hospital yesterday morning, where they presented gifts on the occasion of the birth of the first baby in this hospital in 2022. With my congratulations to mother Samka Hasibovic, who gave birth to …

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Labrador woman creates menopause group to break stigma and silence

When Catherine Burry hit her fifties, she thought she was ready for menopause. However, the 51-year-old said it hit her like a ton of bricks and she had no idea what impact it would have on her life. Now, she has started a support group to bring together people facing …

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