Vol 66 No 5

May

TTCRF Greatly Improves SUI, Sexual Dysfunction, and Genital Appearance

May 13, 2021

A new study led by Sejal Ajmera Desai, MD, MBBS, a consultant ob/gyn at the Indian Academy of Vaginal Aesthetics in Mumbai, India, found that women who received transcutaneous temperature-controlled radiofrequency treatment (TTCRF) saw substantial improvement in stress urinary incontinence (SUI), sexual dysfunction (SD), and female genital appearance. The most significant takeaway from this study for providers, according to study supervisor George Kroumpouzos, MD, PhD, FAAD, is that TTCRF is safe and effective.

NASPAG 2021: Hillard’s Highlights

May 13, 2021

Contemporary OB/GYN® Editorial Board Member Paula J. Adams Hillard, MD, reports on the Annual Clinical & Research Meeting (ACRM) of the North American Society for Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology (NASPAG), which was held virtually on March 18 to 21. The meeting drew gynecologists who specialize in pediatric and adolescent gynecology (PAG) and pediatricians who practice adolescent medicine, nursing and advanced practice nursing professionals, and various other clinicians who take care of girls and adolescents with gynecologic problems.

Enhanced Recovery After Cesarean Section

May 12, 2021

Cesarean delivery is the most commonly performed surgery in the United States, with over 1 million infants delivered this way each year. Maternal morbidity and mortality rates in this country are higher in women undergoing cesarean delivery. To improve these outcomes, experts make a case for the application of several ERAS principles to obstetric-specific issues.