March Reader Poll Results

April 20, 2012

March issue reader poll

EARLY DELIVERY READER EXCLUSIVE

Results of our March poll

1. Please rank the feature articles on their relevance to your practice:

In vitro maturation of oocytes: Improving the odds in infertile patients
Most relevant: 25%
Somewhat relevant: 25%
Least relevant: 50%

17P: Choosing a quality compounding pharmacy
Most relevant: 75%
Somewhat relevant: 0%
Least relevant: 25%

2. Please rank the departments on their relevance to your practice:

Editorial: Newly proposed GDM screening protocol: unanswered questions remain
Most relevant: 50%
Somewhat relevant: 25%
Least relevant: 25%

Clinical Insights: SSRIs raise risk of newborn pulmonary hypertension
Most relevant: 75%
Somewhat relevant: 0%
Least relevant: 25%

Clinical Insights: Cancer survivors have poorer health behaviors
Most relevant: 25%
Somewhat relevant: 50%
Least relevant: 25%

Clinical Insights: Weight loss may prevent diabetic incontinence
Most relevant: 50%
Somewhat relevant: 25%
Least relevant: 25%

Clinical Insights: Privacy and Security Mobile Device Project launched
Most relevant: 25%
Somewhat relevant: 50%
Least relevant: 25%

Clinical Insights: Incidence of high-risk oral HPV increasing
Most relevant: 50%
Somewhat relevant: 50%
Least relevant: 0%

Clinical Insights: Caffeine and estradiol: a complicated relationship
Most relevant: 50%
Somewhat relevant: 50%
Least relevant: 0%

Clinical Insights: Noninvasive DNA test: Highly specific for fetal aneuploidy
Most relevant: 75%
Somewhat relevant: 0%
Least relevant: 25%

Clinical Insights: Cefpodoxime fails test in uncomplicated cystitis
Most relevant: 50%
Somewhat relevant: 25%
Least relevant: 25%

Clinical Insights: Maternal vitamin D linked to child’s language development
Most relevant: 0%
Somewhat relevant: 100%
Least relevant: 0%

Legally Speaking: Woman claims retained laparotomy pad caused ulcerative colitis
Most relevant: 25%
Somewhat relevant: 75%
Least relevant: 0%

Fetal Monitoring Mythbusters: Fetal heart monitoring: mild, moderate, and severe decelerations
Most relevant: 75%
Somewhat relevant: 0%
Least relevant: 25%

Protocols for High-Risk Pregnancies: Protocol 50: Preeclampsia
Most relevant: 75%
Somewhat relevant: 0%
Least relevant: 25%

3. Please check the articles you are likely to read in an upcoming issue.

4. Please tell us about any other topics you’d like to read about in the pages of Contemporary OB/GYN.