A new analysis of electronic health record (HER) data suggests that identifying and treating anemia in women who present for vaginal delivery may help lower risk of postpartum anemia.
A recent research letter appearing in JAMA explored why maternal gastric bypass surgery may reduce risk to major birth defects in infants.
Although women face many obstacles to first-trimester abortion, challenges to second-trimester abortion are even greater.
Ob/gyn, while late to the game, has the potential to climb the ranks as the specialty most instrumental to the use and development of AI.
Although residency teaches doctors to deliver babies, how to deliver bad news must also be a part of the curriculum.
A recently published study investigated whether maternal red blood cell (RBC) lead exposure is associated with intergenerational overweight and or obesity (OWO).
In a first-of-its-kind study, Canadian researchers explored how antidepressants and duration of use affects gestational diabetes mellitus risk.
From research on whether high-risk pregnancies are receiving the proper level of care to a 40-year study on hypertension in pregnancy, these are five of the most noteworthy obstetric-focused studies published in September 2019.
A cohort study of more than a half million individuals suggests that maternal anemia in early pregnancy may have a negative impact on a fetus’s neurodevelopment.
A recent study sought to estimate the degree to which women at high risk for developing severe maternal morbidity deliver at appropriate levels in maternal care centers.