From tips for avoiding complications in endoscopic surgery to a father's storyÂ about the impact of maternal mortality on his family, these were the most read articles on Contemporary OB/GYN's website in 2018.
Steven L. Clark explains why ob/gyns must be ready to move quickly when a patient exhibits the sudden and unexpected signs of anaphylactoid syndrome (ASP).
Javier F. Magrina, MD explains why planning up front for an endoscopic gynecologic surgical procedure is the best way to prevent an injury or complication.
Dr. Charles J. Lockwood sat down with Contemporary OB/GYN to discuss the results of the ARRIVE trial and what these findings mean for ob/gyns and their patients.
“If you’re an ob/gyn, remember that these women are not statistics. They are precious mothers who are trusting you with their precious gifts.” This is one father’s story about the impact of maternal mortality and how obgyns can support the families of their lost patients.
Medical malpractice insurance is one of the greatest expenses physicians face during their careers. James F. Sweeney gives ob/gyns the 411 to help save them money and ensure they have the right kind of coverage.