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

  • Long-term outcome of postmenopausal women with proliferative endometrium on endometrial sampling July 4, 2020
    Proliferative endometrium has been reported in 15% of endometrial biopsies of women 50 and older. In contrary to endometrial hyperplasia, proliferative endometrium has not been associated with risk of endometrial cancer. We sought to report on the long-term outcome of postmenopausal women diagnosed with proliferative endometrium.
    Ohad Rotenberg, Georgios Doulaveris, Dmitry Fridman, Malte Renz, Julie Kaplan, Xianhong Xie, Gary L. Goldberg, Pe'er Dar
  • Homelessness, housing instability, and abortion outcomes at an urban US abortion clinic July 4, 2020
    Adverse reproductive health outcomes are well-documented among people experiencing homelessness and housing instability. Little is known about abortion outcomes among this population.
    Megan S. Orlando, Anusha M. Vable, Kelsey Holt, Erin Wingo, Sara Newmann, Bradley J. Shapiro, Deborah Borne, Eleanor A. Drey, Dominika Seidman
  • Antibiotic administration reduces the rate of intraamniotic inflammation in preterm prelabor rupture of the membranes July 1, 2020
    Preterm prelabor rupture of the membranes (PPROM) is frequently complicated by intraamniotic inflammatory processes such as intraamniotic infection and sterile intraamniotic inflammation. Antibiotic therapy is recommended to patients with PPROM to prolong the interval between this complication and delivery (latency period), reduce the risk of clinical chorioamnionitis, and improve neonatal outcome. However, there is a […]
    Marian Kacerovsky, Roberto Romero, Martin Stepan, Jaroslav Stranik, Jan Maly, Lenka Pliskova, Radka Bolehovska, Vladimir Palicka, Helena Zemlickova, Helena Hornychova, Jiri Spacek, Bo Jacobsson, Percy Pacora, Ivana Musilova
  • Radek Bukowski appointed Editor of Computational Medicine for AJOG July 1, 2020
    The American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology (AJOG) recognizes that recent developments in computer science and computational methodology poised medicine for a paradigm shift and a qualitative change in the way that research and the practice of medicine in Obstetrics and Gynecology will occur in the future. Thus, Radek Bukowski, MD, PhD, has been appointed Associate […]
    Roberto Romero
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  • Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Quality of Life for Women with Ovarian Cancer June 26, 2020
    The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in unprecedented challenges for the oncology community. For people living with cancer, treatments are interrupted, surgeries cancelled and regular oncology evaluations rescheduled. People with cancer and their physicians must balance plausible fears of COVID-19 and cancer treatment with the consequences of delaying cancer care. We aim to evaluate the experience […]
    Melissa K. Frey, Annie E. Ellis, Kristen Zeligs, Eloise Chapman-Davis, Charlene Thomas, Paul J. Christos, Valentin Kolev, Monica Prasad-Hayes, Samantha Cohen, Kevin Holcomb, Stephanie V. Blank
  • Early vaginal progesterone versus Placebo in Twin Pregnancies for prevention of spontaneous preterm birth (EVENTS): A randomised double-blind trial June 26, 2020
    In women with a singleton pregnancy and sonographic short cervix in mid-gestation, vaginal administration of progesterone reduces the risk of early preterm birth and improves neonatal outcomes, without any demonstrable deleterious effects on childhood neurodevelopment. In women with twin pregnancies the rate of spontaneous early preterm birth is 10-times higher than in singletons and in […]
    Anoop Rehal, Zsófia Benkő, Catalina De Paco Matallana, Argyro Syngelaki, Deepa Janga, Simona Cicero, Ranjit Akolekar, Mandeep Singh, Petya Chaveeva, Jorge Burgos, Francisca S. Molina, Makrina Savvidou, Maria De La Calle, Nicola Persico, Maria Soledad Quezada Rojas, Ashis Sau, Elena Greco, Neil O’Gorman, Walter Plasencia, Susana Pereira, Jacques C. Jani, Nuria Valino, Maria del Mar Gil, Kate Maclagan, Alan Wright, David Wright, Kypros H. Nicolaides
  • Lumbosacral myelomeningocele before and after in utero repair June 26, 2020
    Lisa Hui, Simon Meagher, Glenn Gardener
  • Does umbilical cord milking increase the risk of severe intraventricular hemorrhage in extreme preterm neonates? a multi treatment comparison June 25, 2020
    Luis Sanchez-Ramos, Deanna Mc Cullough, Melanie Mitta, Katherine Gonzalez, Jared Roeckner, Andrew M. Kaunitz
  • Pharmacologic Intervention for the Management of Retained Placenta:A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Randomized Trials June 24, 2020
    Retained placenta affects 2-3.3% of all vaginal deliveries and is one of the leading causes of postpartum hemorrhage worldwide. Despite the prevalence of this condition, there is limited guidance on how to manage retained placenta.
    Haylea S. Patrick, Anjali Mitra, Todd Rosen, Cande V. Ananth, Meike Schuster
  • Delivery of monochorionic twins - lessons learned from the Twin Birth Study June 24, 2020
    The current literature regarding the recommended mode of delivery in monochorionic-diamniotic (MCDA) twins is limited by small numbers, retrospective studies, and comparisons of outcomes of MCDA gestations to those of dichorionic-diamniotic (DCDA) gestations, instead of outcomes of trial of labor versus elective cesarean delivery for MCDA twins.
    Amir Aviram, Ms. Hayley Lipworth, Elizabeth V. Asztalos, Elad Mei-Dan, Nir Melamed, Xingshan Cao, Arthur Zaltz, Lone Hvidman, Jon F.R. Barrett
  • Physical Exam Indicated Cerclage in Twin pregnancy: a Randomized Controlled Trial June 24, 2020
    Twin pregnancies with dilated cervix in the second trimester are at increased risk of pregnancy loss and early preterm birth; currently there is no proven therapy to prevent preterm birth in this group of women.
    Amanda Roman, Noelia Zork, Sina Haeri, Corina N. Schoen, Gabriele Saccone, Sarah Colihan, Craig Zelig, Alexis C. Gimovsky, Neil S. Seligman, Fulvio Zullo, Vincenzo Berghella