More information from our workshop brochure will be posted later this week.
Menopausal HT & Risk of Long-Term All-Cause Mortality
JAMA; 2017 Sep 12; Manson, Aragaki, et al
Are Visits to Ob-Gyns on the Decline?
Obstet Gynecol; ePub 2017 Sep 5; Simon, et al
NSAIDs & Postpartum Hypertension in Preeclampsia
Obstet Gynecol; ePub 2017 Sep 5; Viteri, et al
Increased LARC Initiation & Postpartum Visits
Obstet Gynecol; ePub 2017 Sep 5; Chen, et al
ART Use in the US by Non-US Residents
Fertil Steril; ePub 2017 Sep 12; Levine, et al
ACOG and SMFM have revised sections of their Practice Advisory on Zika Virus
Critical updates include:
*Ongoing exposure is defined as currently living in or frequent travel (e.g. daily or weekly) to areas with Zika virus transmission
Regardless of location, providers should evaluate all pregnant women in the United States for possible Zika virus exposure during each prenatal care visit. This evaluation should include an assessment of signs and symptoms of Zika virus disease, a travel history, and a woman’s sexual partner’s potential exposure.
Obstetrician-gynecologists and other obstetric providers are encouraged to visit the following resources for detailed guidance and information regarding Zika, including breaking developments:
The Georgia Obstetrical and Gynecological Society has more than 950 members throughout Georgia and has been active since 1951. Run by a volunteer statewide Board of Directors composed of OBGyn physician members, the Society engages in a number of services and activities to serve members including: advocacy for members, advocacy for women’s health and continuing medical education.Learn More