Vol 66 No 11

November 2021

Increasing access to contraception in the United States

November 11, 2021

One year after the close of the Increasing Access to Contraception (IAC) Learning Community, participants had sustained their efforts in support of at least 1 goal: to improve women’s access to the full range of contraceptive options.

MIGS surgeons discuss vNOTES in roundtable panel discussion

November 10, 2021

Contemporary OB/GYN® Deputy Medical Editor Jon I. Einarsson, MD, PhD, MPH, hosts a panel discussion with fellow minimally invasive gynecologic surgeons (MIGS) on the novel technology of vaginal natural orifice transluminal endoscopic surgery (vNOTES).

Robotic-assisted surgery for gynecologic procedures

November 09, 2021

“Today, many of these cases are done as open surgery, including approximately 60% of all hysterectomies performed globally, despite the clear benefits of minimally invasive surgery, which includes fewer complications, a shorter hospital stay, and a faster return to normal activities,” Peron told Contemporary OB/GYN®.

vNOTES: where does it fit in the gynecologic surgery armamentarium?

November 08, 2021

The reality is that traditional laparoscopic surgery provides excellent outcomes, great surgical exposure, and the flexibility to tackle almost any clinical situation. As such it is a high bar to overcome—vNOTES is essentially single port vaginal surgery.

MIGS surgeons discuss novel vNOTES technology

November 05, 2021

Contemporary OB/GYN® held a panel discussion in September with 4 renowned minimally invasive gynecologic surgeons (MIGS) who discussed vaginal natural orifice transluminal endoscopic surgery (vNOTES).

The truth about aspirin and statin prescription for CVD prevention

September 24, 2021

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) remains the leading cause of morbidity for women in the United States. Prior to the update in 2020, published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, there had been no formal guidelines from the American College of Cardiology (ACC)/American Heart Association (AHA) specifically addressing CVD in women since 2011.