This week on Contemporary OB/GYN: November 23 to November 27

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What to look for this week on Contemporary OB/GYN

You can expect a variety of topics to be covered this week on Contemporary OB/GYN, including:

Women with interstitial lung disease can have safe pregnancies

Pregnant women with autoimmune-related interstitial lung disease (ILD) can have safe pregnancy outcomes if closely monitored by a multidisciplinary team of physicians.

Enhanced recovery surgical guidelines

The first Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) guideline for standardizing and optimizing perioperative care for women undergoing minimally invasive gynecologic surgery (MIGS) has been published in The Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology.

Novel engineered cytokine plus pembrolizumab to treat ovarian cancer

Heavily pretreated ovarian cancer patients who received a combination therapy of a novel engineered interleukin-2 (IL-2) cytokine plus pembrolizumab achieved an acceptable safety profile, according to a small cohort of an ongoing phase 1/2 trial.

Maximizing peer surgical coaching

Although peer surgical coaching bolsters surgical education and promotes continuous professional development throughout a surgeon’s career, the reality is that few surgeons apply coaching theory or operationalize the concept of coaching.

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