|10 practical, evidence-based suggestions to improve your gyn practice now
Mark D. Walters, MD (January 2011)
As a new year, and a new decade, open, attention to evidence-based guidelines and to outcomes for individual patients continues to drive medicine.
|10 practical, evidence-based suggestions to improve your minimally invasive surgical skills now
Catherine A. Matthews, MD (April 2011)
When my colleague, Dr. Mark D. Walters, offered “10 practical, evidence-based suggestions to improve your gyn practice now” in the January 2011 issue of OBG Management, he made an important observation... Read more
|10 practice, evidence-based recommendations for the management of severe postpartum hemorrhage
Baha M. Sibai, MD (June 2011)
By the time a pregnancy reaches term, approximately 500 to 800 mL of blood are circulating through the uterus and placenta every minute...
|10 (+1) practical, evidence-based recommendations for you to improve contraceptive care now
Colleen Krajewski, MD; Mark D. Walters, MD (August 2011)
As other articles in this issue of OBG Management attest, medical science continues to focus attention on improving methods of family planning.
|Surgical Techniques: Correcting pelvic organ prolapse with robotic sacrocolpopexy
Catherine A. Matthews, MD (September 2011)
Recent years have seen growing recognition that adequate support of the vaginal apex is an essential component of durable surgical repair of pelvic organ prolapse. Read more
|Video: Vaginal uterine morcellation|
|Surgical Techniques: High uterosacral vaginal vault suspension to repair enterocele and apical prolapse
Mickey Karram, MD; Christine Vaccaro, DO (June 2011)
The concept of utilizing the uterosacral ligaments to support the vaginal cuff and correct an enterocele is nothing new...