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Despite the impact of obstetric anal sphincter injuries (OASIS), the condition is under-diagnosed and under-treated. Urogynecologist Katie Propst, MD, calls for increased data and training.
For the second time in its clinical trial, a Cleveland Clinic patient has given birth after receiving a transplanted uterus from a deceased donor. In this article, Ob/Gyns on the transplant team provide a closer look at the transplant procedure and fertility treatments provided to a patient with MRKH syndrome.
A discussion with Beri Ridgeway, MD, Chair of Cleveland Clinic’s Ob/Gyn & Women’s Health Institute, about COVID-19, reactivation, telehealth, caregiver safety and agility in leadership.
A Twitter success story: Gynecologic surgeon Amy Park, MD, shares how she uses the platform to promote evidence-based medicine and build her reputation.
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ASRM has issued new recommendations for fertility care during the COVID-19 pandemic. Reproductive endocrinologist Stephen Mooney, MD, explains how we are implementing them to ensure the health of patients and the safety of gametes and embryos.
Results from the PROLONG study contradicted previous evidence of the safety and efficacy of progesterone supplementation to prevent preterm birth. Maternal-fetal-medicine specialist Edward Chien, MD, weighs in with his takeaways.
Ohio House Bill 413 falsely suggests that reimplantation of ectopic pregnancy is possible. In this article, Ob/Gyns Ken Rao, MD, and Salena Zanotti, MD, discuss the evolution of available treatments for ectopic pregnancy and share their concerns that this language may lead to dangerous treatment delays for women.
Nationally recognized Maternal-Fetal Medicine specialist Edward Chien, MD, MBA, has been appointed Chair of the Department of Ob/Gyn. In this Q&A, Dr. Chien discusses what he views as the most exciting areas of opportunity in Ob/Gyn and his vision for Ob/Gyn care at Cleveland Clinic.
From maternal mortality and rising STI rates to trend-reversing increases in mortality from cervical cancer, there are reasons to be concerned about women’s health in the United States. In this article, obstetricians, gynecologists and women’s health specialists discuss research related to the political context of women’s health, and their efforts to improve access to comprehensive women’s health services.
STI rates are increasing dramatically in the United States, with newborn deaths due to congenital syphilis up 22% from 2017. Reproductive Infections Diseases Specialist and Ob/Gyn, Oluwatosin Goje, MD, discusses the increasing STI rates in Ohio specifically, and Cleveland Clinic’s response.