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Inside the November issue of Contemporary OBGYN

Take a look inside this month's issue.

In this issue of Contemporary OB/GYN, we cover a wide range of topics for ob-gyns, including:

Fundraising for early-stage startups

For a medical device start-up to be successful, it needs a talented team, decisive implementation, and adequate funding. Without resources for prototype development, patent filing, regulatory work, and more, the best ideas will die on the vine because running out of funds is a common reason for failure.

EMIGS: A new standard of care

In an exclusive interview, Nash Moawad, MD, MS, FACOG, FACS, discussed the recent implementation of the Essentials of Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery (EMIGS) training program, which helps physicians provide the best care and ensure optimal safety for their patients.

Endometrial ablation in the office setting

Breaking down barriers through patient selection, new devices, and the latest techniques.

Past traumas may worsen menopausal symptoms & well-being

Research in Menopause connects history of physical/sexual abuse, financial instability with worse menopausal symptoms and overall wellbeing at midlife.

Study: COVID-19 reduced contraceptive access

In a recent study, it was found that access to contraceptive services declined during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Virtual IUD plcaement training improves clinician confidence

Practicing clinicians were highly impressed with an interactive, virtual intrauterine device (IUD) training model that increased their comfort with IUD placement and removal, according to a study published in the journal Family Medicine.

Air pollution associated with adverse birth outcomes

Prenatal exposure to industrial air pollutants increases risk of adverse birth outcomes in infants.

COVID-19 linked to temporary increase in menstrual cycle length

In a recent study, participants who had received a COVID-19 vaccine saw an average increase in menstrual cycle length of less than 1 day.