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The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (ANZJOG). Official publication of . in , supports
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A significant proportion (66.5%) of preterm babies are not benefiting from protection against pertussis with the current pertussis policy from 28 weeks gestation. Learn more:
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RANZCOG - O&G Apr 22
Did you know that the presented at the RANZCOG ASM will also be published in ? Submit your work today! For full abstract submission and preparation guidelines, key dates, and awards and prizes, click here:
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ANZJOG Apr 22
Provider recommendation is the single most important factor associated with uptake, underlining the importance of integrating vaccination into routine antenatal care. Learn more:
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ANZJOG Apr 22
Provider recommendation is the single most important factor associated with uptake, underlining the importance of integrating vaccination into routine antenatal care. Learn more:
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ANZJOG Apr 21
In 2005, the US Food and Drug Administration approved the use of for hysterectomy. To date, close to 3 million surgical procedures have been performed worldwide from all specialties, with one million of these in the last 12 months:
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ANZJOG Apr 20
E‐consultations offer allow GPs and patients to incorporate specialist advice into their management plan without the need for the patient to go to the hospital. Do they also reduce the need for subsequent face‐to‐face consultations?
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ANZJOG Apr 18
Female genital mutilation is increasingly common in Australia. This study sought to quantify the effects on obstetric outcomes in these high‐risk women:
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ANZJOG Apr 17
Prof Hayden Homer argues that the trails reporting benefits of preimplantation genetic testing for aneuploidy were small and underpowered; concluding that the liberal use of this very expensive IVF add‐on has not yet been shown to be effective or harmless:
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ANZJOG Apr 16
"Surgical packing should be considered in cases of coagulopathy or where haemorrhage persists from raw surfaces, venous plexuses and inaccessible areas":
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RANZCOG - O&G Apr 16
Why should the O&G community care about sex and issues in health? This editorial presents key areas where considering the impact of sex and gender may have implications for training and clinical practice:
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ANZJOG Apr 15
Historically, pre‐pregnancy (PPDM) is a recognised risk factor for poor pregnancy outcome. What’s the extent to which rural Australian women with PPDM and their families have access to multidisciplinary care?
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ANZJOG Apr 14
What have been the effects of the rise on the proportion of women occupying posts in the national structure of ? This editorial reviews RANZCOG’s membership history with a perspective:
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ANZJOG Apr 14
Women with gestational mellitus (GDM) have an increased risk of adverse pregnancy outcomes. This study examined predictors for GDM recurrence at their next pregnancy in a multi‐ethnic population. Learn more:
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ANZJOG Apr 13
Adhering to a low can help relieve symptoms for women suffering from both irritable bowel syndrome and :
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ANZJOG Apr 12
This study piloted and evaluated a hospital-based training program incorporating mastery learning principles for trainees performing caesarean section at full dilation:
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ANZJOG Apr 11
In there is currently only one woman on the board (2018–2021) and six men. Is this because fewer women choose academic medicine?
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ANZJOG Apr 11
The majority of obstetrics and gynaecology trainees in Australia are female (80% vs 20% male). Might male trainees gain less experience in pelvic examination because patients prefer a female doctor?
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ANZJOG Apr 10
Controversies Why should the obstetrics and gynaecology community care about sex an issues in health?
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ANZJOG Apr 9
Due to misconceptions and gaps in knowledge, women are often unaware of the risks related to delayed childbearing. Results from this study suggest the development of local reproductive health education programs need to be instigated in response.
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ANZJOG Apr 8
What’s the success of vaginal birth after caesarean section in regional Australia? In attempts to reduce morbidity, several predictive nomograms have been developed. Learn more:
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