Prodotti Ginecologia

Una linea di Prodotti studiata per fornire un delicato approccio al trattamento di Infiammazioni e Infezioni delle vie urinarie, per prevenire e trattare problematiche di Insufficienza circolatoria, microcircolatoria, stasi venosa e crisi emorroidaria, per la delicata Detersione cutanea e Igiene intima, e per fornire un’ottimale Idratazione e Protezione della cute nella donna in gravidanza e non.

RSS American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology

  • Current Practices and Perspectives on Clerkship Grading in Obstetrics and Gynecology Settembre 22, 2023
    Clerkship grades in obstetrics and gynecology play an increasingly important role in the competitive application process to residency programs. An analysis of clerkship grading practices has not been queried in the past two decades in our specialty.
    Katherine T. CHEN, Laura BAECHER-LIND, Christopher M. MOROSKY, Rashmi BHARGAVA, Angela FLEMING, Celeste S. ROYCE, Jonathan A. SCHAFFIR, Shireen Madani SIMS, Tammy SONN, Alyssa STEPHENSON-FAMY, Jill M. SUTTON, Helen Kang MORGAN, Undergraduate Medicine Education Committee, Association of Professors of Gynecology and Obstetrics
  • Desirability Of Outcome Ranking (DOOR) for Obstetric Trials: Illustration and Application to the ARRIVE Trial Settembre 21, 2023
    In randomized trials, one primary outcome is typically chosen to evaluate the consequences of an intervention while other important outcomes are relegated to secondary outcomes. This issue is amplified for many obstetric trials in which an intervention may have consequences for both the pregnant person and the child. In contrast, desirability of outcome ranking (DOOR), […]
    Grecio J. SANDOVAL, William A. GROBMAN, Scott R. EVANS, Madeline M. RICE, Rebecca G. CLIFTON, Suneet P. CHAUHAN, Maged M. COSTANTINE, Kelly S. GIBSON, Monica LONGO, Torri D. METZ, Emily S. MILLER, Samuel PARRY, Uma M. REDDY, Dwight J. ROUSE, Hyagriv N. SIMHAN, John M. THORP, Alan T.N. TITA, George R. SAADE, for the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health, Human Development Maternal-Fetal Medicine Units (MFMU) Network
  • The Hard Palate Sweep: a multiplanar 2D sonographic method for the prenatal detection of cleft palate Settembre 21, 2023
    Prenatal diagnosis of cleft palate is challenging. Numerous 2D and 3D methods have been proposed to assess the integrity of the fetal palate, yet detection rate remains relatively low. We propose the "Hard Palate Sweep", a novel 2D method which enables a clear demonstration of the entire fetal palate throughout pregnancy, in a single sweep, […]
  • Third trimester fetoscopic ablation therapy for types II and III vasa previa Settembre 21, 2023
    Vasa previa is an obstetrical condition in which fetal vessels traverse the fetal membranes unprotected by underlying placenta and located near the cervix. Type I vasa previa arises directly from a velamentous cord root, while types II and III arise from an accessory lobe or a distal lobe of the same placenta, respectively. Fetoscopic laser […]
    Ramen H. CHMAIT, Martha A. MONSON, Andrew H. CHON, Ms. Jinnen MASRI, Lisa M. KORST, Marc H. INCERPI
  • The risk of venous thromboembolism in oral contraceptive users: the role of genetic factors—a prospective cohort study of 240,000 women in the UK Biobank Settembre 19, 2023
    Over 150 million women worldwide use oral contraceptives. Women with inherited thrombophilia and carriers of certain thrombophilia gene variants, such as factor V Leiden and prothrombin mutation, are at increased risk of venous thromboembolism, especially in combination with oral contraceptive use. Venous thromboembolism is a complex disorder involving many genetic risk factors and recently polygenic […]
    Valeria Lo Faro, Therese Johansson, Åsa Johansson
  • Antenatal corticosteroids: an updated assessment of anticipated benefits and potential risks Settembre 19, 2023
    Antenatal steroid therapy is increasingly central to the obstetric management of women at imminent risk of preterm birth. For women likely to deliver between 24 and 34 weeks’ gestation, antenatal steroid therapy is standard of care, conveying sizable benefits and few risks in high-resource environments when appropriately targeted.Recent studies have focused on antenatal steroid use […]
    Alan H. JOBE, Robert L. GOLDENBERG, Matthew W. KEMP
  • Postmenopausal bleeding after COVID-19 vaccination Settembre 17, 2023
    There is a growing literature base regarding menstrual changes following COVID-19 vaccination among premenopausal people. However, relatively little is known about uterine bleeding in postmenopausal people following COVID-19 vaccination.
    Tia L. KAUFFMAN, Stephanie A. IRVING, Neon BROOKS, Kimberly K. VESCO, Matthew SLAUGHTER, Ning SMITH, Naomi K. TEPPER, Christine K. OLSON, Eric S. WEINTRAUB, Allison L. NALEWAY, Vaccine Safety Datalink Menstrual Irregularities Workgroup
  • Multiple pregnancy with complete hydatidiform mole and coexisting normal fetus in a retrospective cohort of 141 patients. Settembre 16, 2023
    Multiple pregnancy with a complete hydatidiform mole and a normal fetus is prone to severe obstetrical complications and malignant transformation after birth. Prognostic information is limited for this rare form of gestational trophoblastic disease.
    Touria Hajri, Mona Massoud, Margot Vergne, Pierre Descargues, Fabienne Allias, Benoit You, Jean-Pierre Lotz, Julie Haesebaert, Pierre-Adrien Bolze, François Golfier, Jerome Massardier
  • Peripartum extracorporeal cardiopulmonary resuscitation and rescue aspiration pulmonary embolectomy Settembre 16, 2023
    Marta V. Antonini, Alessandro Circelli, Fabio F. Tarantino, Luca Bissoni, Rita Pini, Patrizio GM. Antonazzo, Vanni Agnoletti
  • Term neonatal brain MRI after acidosis in cord blood Settembre 15, 2023
    Floris Groenendaal
  • High BMI pregnancies require serial assessment of fetal size and growth velocity Settembre 15, 2023
    Jason Gardosi, Oliver Hugh
  • Prenatal versus Postnatal Diagnosis of 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome: Cardiac and Non-Cardiac Outcomes through 1 Year of Age Settembre 15, 2023
    22q11.2 deletion syndrome (22qDS) is the most common microdeletion syndrome and is frequently associated with congenital heart disease (CHD). Prenatal diagnosis of 22qDS is increasingly offered. It is unknown whether there is a clinical benefit to prenatal detection as compared to postnatal diagnosis.
    Lindsay R. Freud, Stephanie Galloway, T. Blaine Crowley, Julie Moldenhauer, Ann Swillen, Jeroen Breckpot, Antoni Borrell, Neeta L. Vora, Bettina Cuneo, Hilary Hoffman, Lisa Gilbert, Beata Nowakowska, Maciej Geremek, Anna Kutkowska-Kaźmierczak, Joris R. Vermeesch, Koen Devriendt, Tiffany Busa, Sabine Sigaudy, Trisha Vigneswaran, John M. Simpson, Jeffrey Dungan, Nina Gotteiner, Karl-Philipp Gloning, Maria Cristina Digilio, Marta Unolt, Carolina Putotto, Bruno Marino, Gabriela Repetto, Magdalena Fadic, Sixto Garcia-Minaur, Ana Achón Buil, Mary Ann Thomas, Deborah Fruitman, Taylor Beecroft, Pui Wah Hui, Solveig Oskarsdottir, Rachael Bradshaw, Amanda Criebaum, Mary E. Norton, Tiffany Lee, Miwa Geiger, Leslie Dunnington, Jacqueline Isaac, Louise Wilkins-Haug, Lindsey Hunter, Claudia Izzi, Marika Toscano, Tullio Ghi, Julie McGlynn, Francesca Romana Grati, Beverly S. Emanuel, Kimberly Gaiser, J. William Gaynor, Elizabeth Goldmuntz, Daniel E. McGinn, Erica Schindewolf, Oanh Tran, Elaine H. Zackai, Qi Yan, Anne Bassett, Ronald Wapner, Donna M. McDonald-McGinn
  • In obese mothers fetal growth decline may reflect placental dysfunction and high stillbirth risk Settembre 15, 2023
    Carbillon L
  • Intrauterine manipulator during hysterectomy for endometrial cancer: a systematic review and meta-analysis of oncologic outcomes. Settembre 11, 2023
    To assess the effects on oncological outcomes of intrauterine manipulator use during laparoscopic hysterectomy for endometrial cancer.
    Pier Carlo ZORZATO, Stefano UCCELLA, Giulia BIANCOTTO, Mariachiara BOSCO, Anna FESTI, Massimo FRANCHI, Simone GARZON
  • Practice patterns and complications of hysterectomy for invasive cervical cancer after the LACC trial. Settembre 8, 2023
    After the publication of the LACC trial, the standard surgical approach for early-stage cervical cancer is open radical hysterectomy. Only limited data were available regarding whether the change to open abdominal hysterectomy observed after the LACC trial led to an increase in post-operative complication rates as a consequence of the decrease in use of the […]
    Gabriella SCHIVARDI, Jvan CASARIN, Elizabeth B. HABERMANN, Katherine A. BEWS, Carrie LANGSTRAAT, William CLIBY, Giuseppe CUCINELLA, Luigi A. DE VITIS, Pedro T. RAMIREZ, Giovanni D. ALETTI, Andrea MARIANI, Francesco MULTINU