Ranging from chronic pain control to reexamining postpartum care, these were our most-read peer-reviewed articles from 2019.
Making chronic pelvic pain a little less painful
This review discusses the etiologies, evaluations and management strategies for what can often be a frustrating condition for patients.
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Redefining postpartum care
Ob/gyns, support staff, and patients all need to be educated about the needs of the mother/child dyad during the “fourth trimester.”
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Help HIV-positive women reach reproductive goals
The Undetectable=Untransmittable (U=U) advocacy campaign can be a part of helping women reach their reproductive goals.
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Focus on fracture: Gateway to evaluating osteoporosis
As an aging population turns to ob/gyns for wellness exams, more questions are being asked about bone health.
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Eight steps for narrowing the maternal health disparity gap
The purpose of this article is to frame the maternal mortality crisis and identify ways to narrow the racial/ethnic disparity gap within a quality of care framework.
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