Gynecology Products

A line of products designed to provide a gentle approach to the treatment of Inflammation and infections of the urinary tract, to prevent and treat problems of poor circulation, microcirculation, venous stasis and hemorrhoidal crisis, for the delicate Skin cleansing and intimate hygiene, and to provide an optimal Hydration and Protection of skin in pregnancy and not.

RSS American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology

  • Role of individual physician in success of external cephalic version May 27, 2023
    Mackenzie N. Naert, Thomas P. Kishkovich, Fowsia Warsame, Mireya P. Taboada, Kaitlyn E. James, Mark A. Clapp, William H. Barth
  • Stillbirth risk and smallness for gestational age according to Hadlock, Intergrowth-21st, WHO and GROW fetal weight standards: analysis by maternal ethnicity and body mass index May 27, 2023
    Appropriate growth charts are essential for fetal surveillance, to confirm that growth is proceeding normally and to identify pregnancies that are at risk. Many stillbirths are avoidable through antenatal detection of the small for gestational age fetus. In the absence of an international consensus on which growth chart to use, it is essential that clinical […]
    Jason Gardosi, Oliver Hugh
  • Long Term Health-Related Quality of Life and Symptom Severity Following Hysterectomy, Myomectomy, or Uterine Artery Embolization for the Treatment of Symptomatic Uterine Fibroids May 25, 2023
    Few studies have directly compared different surgical procedures for uterine fibroids with respect to long-term health-related quality of life outcomes and symptom improvement.
    Raymond M. Anchan, James B. Spies, Shuaiqi Zhang, Daniel Wojdyla, Pietro Bortoletto, Kathryn Terry, Emily Disler, Ankrish Milne, Antonio Gargiulo, John Petrozza, Olga Brook, Serene Srouji, Cynthia C. Morton, James Greenberg, Ganesa Wegienka, Elizabeth A. Stewart, Wanda K. Nicholson, Laine Thomas, Sateria Venable, Shannon Laughlin-tommaso, Michael P. Diamond, G. Larry Maxwell, Erica E. Marsh, Evan R. Myers, Anissa I. Vines, Lauren A. Wise, Kedra Wallace, Vanessa L. Jacoby
  • Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine Consult Series Consult Series #67: Maternal Sepsis May 24, 2023
    Maternal sepsis is a significant cause of maternal morbidity and mortality and is a potentially preventable cause of maternal death. This Consult aims to summarize what is known about sepsis and provide guidance for the management of sepsis during pregnancy and the postpartum period. The majority of studies cited are from the nonpregnant population but […]
    Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine (SMFM), Andrea Shields, Lauren A. Plante, Luis D. Pacheco, Judette M. Louis, SMFM Publications Committee
  • Divisions of Health Equity in Departments of Obstetrics and Gynecology May 24, 2023
    Disparities in maternal morbidity and mortality remain vivid reminders of the role of racism in obstetrics and gynecology. If a serious attempt is to be made to purge medicine of its ongoing role in unequal care, then departments must commit the same intellectual and material resources as they would to the other health challenges in […]
    Camille A. Clare, Christina Pardo, Howard Minkoff
  • National and International Guidelines on the Management of Twin Pregnancies: A Comparative Review May 24, 2023
    Twin gestations are associated with an increased risk of pregnancy complications. However, high-quality evidence regarding the management of twin pregnancies is limited, often resulting in inconsistencies in the recommendations of various national and international professional societies. In addition, some recommendations related to the management of twin gestations are often missing from the clinical guidelines dedicated […]
    Omer Weitzner, Jon Barrett, Kellie E. Murphy, John Kingdom, Amir Aviram, Elad Mei-Dan, Liran Hiersch, Greg Ryan, Tim Van Mieghem, Nimrah Abbasi, Nathan S. Fox, Andrei Rebarber, Vincenzo Berghella, Nir Melamed
  • Effects of Preoperative Intravaginal Estrogen on Pelvic Floor Disorder Symptoms in Postmenopausal Women with Pelvic Organ Prolapse May 24, 2023
    Menopause and the decline in systemic estrogen are associated with development of pelvic floor disorders such as prolapse, urinary incontinence, overactive bladder, and vulvovaginal atrophy symptoms. Past evidence suggests that postmenopausal women with symptomatic prolapse gain benefit from preoperative application of intravaginal estrogen, but it is unknown whether they would experience improvement in other pelvic […]
    David D. Rahn, Holly E. Richter, Vivian W. Sung, Linda S. Hynan, Jessica E. Pruszynski
  • Characteristics of Providers Who Prescribed Only Anticholinergic Medications for Overactive Bladder in 2020 May 24, 2023
    Pharmacologic therapy for overactive bladder typically includes either an anticholinergic or beta-3 agonist. Based on research that has demonstrated increased risks of cognitive impairment and dementia associated with anticholinergic use, current guidelines support the use of beta-3 agonists rather than anticholinergics in older patients.
    Danielle N. Carr, Annliz Macharia, Michele R. Hacker, William D. Winkelman
  • Statewide geographic variation in hysterectomy approach for pelvic organ prolapse: A county-level analysis May 24, 2023
    There are no definitive guidelines for surgical treatment of pelvic organ prolapse. Prior data suggests geographic variation in apical repair rates in health systems throughout the United States. Such variation can reflect lack of standardized treatment pathways. An additional area of variation for pelvic organ prolapse repair may be hysterectomy approach which could not only […]
    Kyle R. Latack, Michelle Moniz, Christopher X. Hong, Payton Schmidt, Anita Malone, Neil Kamdar, Brian Madden, Daniel M. Morgan
  • Sonographic evaluation of the fetal head position and attitude during labor May 19, 2023
    Fetal malpresentation, malposition, and asynclitism are among the most common determinants of a protracted active phase of labor, arrest of dilatation during the first stage, and arrest of descent in the second stage. The diagnosis of these conditions is traditionally based on vaginal examination, which is subjective and poorly reproducible. Intrapartum sonography has been demonstrated […]
    Tullio Ghi, Andrea Dall’Asta
  • Non-invasive preeclampsia prediction using plasma cell-free RNA signatures May 19, 2023
    Preeclampsia is a life-threating pregnancy disorder, especially preterm preeclampsia and early-onset preeclampsia, the heterogeneity and complexity of preeclampsia make it difficult to predict risk and develop treatments. Plasma cell-free RNA carries unique information from human tissue and may be useful for noninvasive monitoring of maternal, placental, and fetal dynamics during pregnancy.
    Si Zhou, Jie Li, Wenzhi Yang, Penghao Xue, Yanning Yin, Yunfang Wang, Peirun Tian, Huanhuan Peng, Hui Jiang, Wenqiu Xu, Shang Huang, Shuyuan Li, Rui Zhang, Fengxiang Wei, Hai-Xi Sun, Jianguo Zhang, Lijian Zhao
  • Intrapartum ultrasound visualization of the Odon device during operative vaginal delivery May 19, 2023
    Concerning emergency cesarean delivery vs operative vaginal delivery with forceps or vacuum, the current scientific debate on the maximum length of the second stage is inherently conditioned by the safety concerns associated with the intervention options to hasten birth.1 The use of forceps and vacuum leads to successful fetal extraction in most cases2 and is […]
    Nicolas Mottet, Stefania Fieni, Mario Merialdi, Ariane Jeanne Odette Kiener, Tullio Ghi
  • Real-time ultrasound to assist during a vaginal breech delivery May 19, 2023
    We report a novel application of intrapartum sonography, herein used to assist the internal podalic version and the vaginal delivery of a transverse-lying second twin. Following the vaginal delivery of the first cephalic twin, the internal podalic version was performed under continuous ultrasound vision, leading to the uncomplicated breech delivery of a healthy neonate.
    Stefania Fieni, Chiara Di Ilio, Ariane Jeanne Odette Kiener, Davide Scebba, Piernicola D’Amario, Andrea Dall’Asta, Tullio Ghi
  • Efficacy of early intrauterine balloon tamponade for immediate postpartum hemorrhage after vaginal delivery: a randomized clinical trial. May 18, 2023
    Many questions remain about the appropriate utilization of intrauterine balloon devices in postpartum hemorrhage after vaginal delivery refractory to first-line uterotonics. Available data suggest that an early use of intrauterine balloon tamponade might be beneficial.
    Patrick Rozenberg, Loïc Sentilhes, François Goffinet, Christophe Vayssiere, Marie-Victoire Senat, Bassam Haddad, Olivier Morel, Charles Garabedian, Alexandre Vivanti, Franck Perrotin, Gilles Kayem, Elie Azria, Pierre Raynal, Eric Verspyck, Nicolas Sananes, Denis Gallot, Florence Bretelle, Aurélien Seco, Norbert Winer, Catherine Deneux-Tharaux, Groupe de Recherche en Obstétrique et Gynécologie (GROG)
  • Real-time imaging as visual biofeedback in active second stage of labor among nulliparas: a randomized controlled trial May 17, 2023
    A prolonged second stage of labor increases the risk of severe perineal laceration, postpartum hemorrhage, operative delivery, and poor Apgar score. The second stage is longer in nulliparas. Maternal pushing during the second stage of labor is an important contributor to the involuntary expulsive force developed by uterine contraction to deliver the fetus. Preliminary data […]
    Noor Ashikin Hamid, Jesrine Gek Shan Hong, Mukhri Hamdan, Narayanan Vallikkannu, Aizura Syafinaz Adlan, Peng Chiong Tan