Contemporary OB/GYN week in review: vulvovaginal candidiasis, monoclonal antibodies, and more

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Review some of the top stories from the Contemporary OB/GYN website over the last week, and catch up on anything you may have missed.

Contemporary OB/GYN week in review: vulvovaginal candidiasis, monoclonal antibodies, and more

Contemporary OB/GYN week in review: vulvovaginal candidiasis, monoclonal antibodies, and more

Thank you for visiting the Contemporary OB/GYN® website. Take a look at some of our top stories from last week (Monday, January 29 - Friday, February 2, 2024), and click each link to read and watch anything you may have missed.

1.) Oteseconazole outperforms fluconazole in treating severe vulvovaginal candidiasis

A phase 3 trial demonstrated that oteseconazole (VIVJOA; Mycovia Pharmaceuticals) capsules exhibit improved therapeutic and mycological cure rates to fluconazole for treating severe vulvovaginal candidiasis.

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2.) How monoclonal antibodies revolutionize sexual health

Explore the potential of monoclonal antibodies for contraception and sexually transmitted infection prevention, providing a comprehensive review of their safety, efficacy, and pharmacokinetics.

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3.) Two-dose HPV vaccination postpartum shows efficacy

A recent study revealed a 2-dose regimen of human papillomavirus vaccination in postpartum individuals is as effective as a 3-dose approach, providing valuable insights into optimizing vaccination strategies against the virus.

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4.) The Guardians app shows efficacy for reducing perinatal depression

Preliminary findings suggest The Guardians mobile app, blending gaming and behavioral activation techniques, could be a solution for alleviating perinatal depression among pregnant women.

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5.) Dexmedetomidine found effective for reducing postpartum depression risk

A recent study revealed that early postpartum administration of dexmedetomidine significantly reduces the risk of postpartum depression among women with prenatal depression.

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