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Articles from OBG Management (March 1, 2012)

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"Crawling" the forefingers along the fetal skull. Nix, Michael Brief article 189
10 practical, evidence-based recommendations for improving maternal outcomes of cesarean delivery: recent studies shed light on anesthesia, postoperative adhesions, infectious morbidity, and the risk of bladder and ureteral injuries in cesarean delivery. Sibai, Baha M. 2609
A few caveats for the push technique. Mariona, Federico G. 362
A left-handed technique can ease the vertex free. Anding, Robert Brief article 205
A two-handed approach to an impacted vertex. Geittmann, Peter Letter to the editor 141
Act fast when confronted by a coagulopathy postpartum: don't waste valuable time waiting for coagulation studies to return from the lab--use your clinical judgment and start transfusing clotting factors. Barbieri, Robert L. Clinical report 1991
Breech extraction might extend a transverse incision. Lindley, Norman Brief article 129
C diff infection after antibiotics for cough. Brief article 272
Cervical disease. Cox, J. Thomas 365
Difficult fetal extraction requires patience. Benedetti, Thomas J. Brief article 184
Dilemma: how do we best manage women who are Pap-/HPV+? Cox, J. Thomas 522
Do you want to prevail at trial? Here are 10 keys to effective testimony: your fate depends on whether you can win over the jury through education, demonstration, and friendly persuasion (Key #4: No putting on airs!). Worek, Andrew K. 2223
Does the timing of umbilical cord clamping at delivery affect an infant's long-term iron status? Kent, Athol P.; Woods, David L. 1066
Fetal decapitation at 21 weeks. 334
How I prevailed over a case of difficult fetal extraction. Liem, Caleb Column 455
How to choose a contraceptive for your postpartum patient: an earlier follow-up visit is the first requisite. Also consider how soon your patient plans to resume intercourse, her risk of venous thromboembolism, and how extensively she intends to breastfeed. Tilley, Ian; Mishell, Daniel, Jr. 2620
HPV 16, 18 pose long-term risk for CIN 3+ and cervical Ca. Cox, J. Thomas 406
Necrotizing infection in abdominal hematoma. Brief article 212
OB's priorities tested; child has cerebral palsy. Brief article 183
Placental abruption: child has brain damage. Brief article 233
Post-hysterectomy vesicovaginal fistulae. Brief article 205
The many uses of nitroglycerine. Jacobs, Mark Brief article 155
Using HPV 16, 18 testing to improve the management of Pap-/HPV+ women: two more HPV tests are now FDA-approved for clinical use. Cox, J. Thomas 1074
Uterine relaxation is a must for difficult extraction. Frischer, Robert Brief article 126
Which breast was it? 1 error cascades. 330
Will co-testing reduce the rate of cervical Ca to a greater degree than Pap screening has? Cox, J. Thomas 674

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