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The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (ANZJOG). Official publication of . in , supports
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Pre‐pregnancy (PPDM) is a recognised risk factor for poor pregnancy outcomes. This article summarises maternal characteristics and pregnancy outcomes for women with PPDM and examines existing clinical guidelines to rural Australian practice:
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ANZJOG Nov 12
has wide‐ranging impacts on the health of mothers, babies and their families. Previously published data suggest seasonal variation in the prevalence of perinatal depression, as well as possible variation with gestation. Learn more:
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ANZJOG Nov 11
birth is associated with significant perinatal morbidity and mortality. The fetal fibronectin test (fFN) is used to manage women presenting with threatened preterm labour. Learn more:
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ANZJOG Nov 10
It is imperative that we acquire the evidence first and undertake marketing second – sadly that has not been the case with laser treatment:
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ANZJOG Nov 9
In this letter to the Editor, Jennifer Bradford and Gayle Fischer suggest there is a further concern regarding the selection of patients for the use of fractional CO2 laser for treating vulvo‐vaginal atrophy:
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ANZJOG Nov 6
Perinatal depression has wide‐ranging impacts on the health of mothers, babies and their families. Previously published data suggest seasonal variation in the prevalence of perinatal depression, as well as possible variation with gestation. Learn more:
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ANZJOG Nov 5
Abdomino‐pelvic packing is an often forgotten technique for managing intractable venous obstetric haemorrhage. Learn more:
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ANZJOG Nov 4
According to this study, obesity is associated with greater pregnancy risk than gestational diabetes mellitus diagnosed by IADPSG criteria. Read more:
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ANZJOG Nov 3
Surgical site infection (SSI) following caesarean section is common, resulting in significant morbidity. This study shows that raised BMI is the single biggest risk factor for surgical site infection post‐caesarean section:
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ANZJOG Nov 2
In 2011, the Australian Government commenced an evidence‐based review (‘renewal’) of the National Cervical Screening Program. Learn more:
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ANZJOG Nov 1
A recent study published in ANZJOG found that betaeta‐unit human chorionic gonadotropin reliably predicted treatment outcomes after the medical engagement of a missed miscarriage. Learn more:
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ANZJOG Oct 31
In ancient Rome, midwives or obstetrics played an important role to improve childbirth outcomes. Learn more about this pivotal point in history:
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ANZJOG Oct 31
6% of patients are not managed according to official Guidelines to prevent cervical cancer. Learn more:
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ANZJOG Oct 30
Comparing the international INTERGROWTH21st standards to our population has revealed a markedly high prevalence of large at gestational age infants. Learn more:
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ANZJOG Oct 30
6% of patients are not managed according to official Guidelines to prevent cervical cancer. Learn more:
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ANZJOG Oct 29
The postpartum period is a critical time to improve health outcomes for Aboriginal women, particularly for those who have chronic conditions. What can we do to improve completion rates of recommended postpartum health checks?
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ANZJOG Oct 28
Uptake of long‐acting reversible contraceptive methods (LARCs) in Australia continues to be lower than might be suggested by the evidence on their clinical and economic benefits. Learn more:
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ANZJOG Oct 27
There are discrepancies between the emotional support health professionals think women want and are able to provide, and the support women would like. Learn more:
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ANZJOG Oct 26
An Australian study recently published in highlights the efficacy of Uterine Artery Embolisation as an alternative to hysterectomy:
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ANZJOG Oct 25
We’d like to congratulate Professor , who was recently awarded the prestigious Liley Medal for her research into intrauterine insemination. Read Cynthia’s latest ANZJOG article on the promises and realities of evidence-based medicine:
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