From disability and miscarriage risk to diets during pregnancy, these are Contemporary OB/GYN's selections for five of the most noteworthy obstetric studies that were published in December 2019.
As 2019 comes to a close, we're taking a look back at some of our most popular articles this year. These were the top articles focused on obstetrics.
Research from Obstetrics & Gynecology aimed to better characterize stillbirth related to infection using clinical, histologic, and microbiologic data.
An incentive-based prenatal smoking cessation program for low-income women appears to improve birth outcomes and reduce costs.
A new systematic review suggests that before and during pregnancy, women may not be following national and international dietary guidelines from major organizations.
Dr. Melissa S. Wong demonstrates a forceps delivery from beginning to end and provides step-by-step instructions.
Dr. Wong discusses the parts of the forceps and highlights the differences between various types.
Forceps deliveries are a unique and effective tool to assist patient and provider in achieving a vaginal delivery
Although prior research indicated that intravenous (IV) ondansetron in pregnancy could increase risk for congenital malformations, a follow-up study, recently published in JAMA Psychiatry, has refuted those findings.
Identifying abnormal placentation is crucial for determining the correct management of at-risk pregnancies and minimizing morbidity and mortality of both mother and child.