Understanding the effects is imperative for patient satisfaction.
Breaking the chains of habit and tradition can have a positive impact on your practice and wellbeing.
Adverse events were significantly more frequently reported by pregnant patients when compared with non-pregnant patients. However, no differences were observed when comparing pregnant patients with autoimmune disease and healthy controls.
As health care leaders navigate our transition from life in a pandemic to a world where COVID-19 is an endemic disease, interoperability will likely be top of mind.
Physicians and other health care workers are uniquely and disproportionately at risk of workplace violence.
3 tips and tricks for practices looking to boost the bottom line.
Amer Karam, MD, discusses the role of secondary cytoreductive surgery in ovarian cancer and the need for careful patient selection, plus the results from 3 clinical trials and the key differences between these efforts.
An 18-day-old girl whose right cheek had become increasingly red and warm over 24 hours was directly admitted to an inpatient unit. She had firmness and pain to the affected area, fussiness, increased sleeping, and poor feeding, preferring the bottle to breastfeeding. What's the diagnosis?
With growing public endorsement of the potential benefits of marijuana, it is important for health care providers to effectively counsel patients regarding its effects on fertility and future offspring.
Nearly half (45%) of all pregnancies in the United States from 2015 to 2019 were unintended.
Falling energy prices offset modest gains in other categories
Despite a painful history, equitable care is imperative
This Consult discusses the management of pregnancies achieved with in vitro fertilization and provides recommendations based on the available evidence.
When helping patients in the hardest moments of their lives, it is important to have empathy for them—and for ourselves.
Little evidence supports the routine use of activity restriction for preterm birth and other obstetric conditions, and some data indicate adverse impact on obstetric outcomes.
This article presents a clinical algorithm and four cases to consider.
Top tips and HIPAA implications.
The pandemic has forced us to get more creative in managing patients’ needs, especially when it comes to contraception
Interventions before and after birth can reduce the rising maternal mortality ratio.
Michael L. Krychman, MD, and Jack D. Sobel, MD, discuss the importance of awareness and education about RVVC, particularly given the impact of symptoms on patients’ psychosocial and sexual behavior.
Sarah Lee, MD, MBA, discusses the use of checkpoint inhibitors in endometrial cancer, research regarding the association between MSI-H, dMMR, and TMB-H disease, and the importance of broad molecular testing to ensure all eligible patients are appropriately matched to immunotherapeutic options.
This diverse group of women came together to explore the challenges in treating mental illness in patients who identify as female.
Most women and men did not even try to discuss or obtain contraception predeployment, a finding that the authors said warrants further investigation.
It is essential that providers obtain the payments they are owed as quickly as reasonably possible, ensure payments are accurate and completely captured, and minimize costs to collect payments
Violence against women and resulting traumatic brain injuries increased during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Here’s why we should be paying special attention to women’s depression treatment.
Rachel H. Alinsky, MD, MPH, FAAP, spoke with Contemporary Pediatrics® about her newly released AAP policy statement advocating for the use of medically accurate, person-first terminology when discussing substance use.
Investigators of the SWOG S1007 RxPONDER trial found a statistically significant improvement in invasive disease-free survival and distant relapse-free survival in premenopausal women who received adjuvant chemotherapy.