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Fetal monitoring in labor: Implications of evidence generated by new systematic review
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Epigenetics and assisted reproductive technologies
ST waveform analysis versus cardiotocography alone for intrapartum fetal monitoring: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized trials
Tranexamic acid for preventing postpartum blood loss after cesarean delivery: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials
Attitudes towards new assisted reproductive technologies in Sweden: a survey in women 30–39 years of age
Maternal overweight and sexual function in pregnancy
Comparison of methods of morcellation: manual versus power
Assessment of myometrial invasion in endometrial cancer using three-dimensional ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging
Influence of the modifiable life-style factors body mass index and smoking on the outcome of hysterectomy
Maternal deaths in Iceland over 25 years
The effects of metformin treatment of gestational diabetes on maternal weight and glucose tolerance postpartum – a prospective follow-up study
Women with minor menstrual irregularities have increased risk of preeclampsia and low birthweight in spontaneous pregnancies
First-trimester glycosylated hemoglobin in women at high risk for gestational diabetes
Outcome in 212 anti-Ro/SSA-positive pregnancies and population-based incidence of congenital heart block
Validating the WHO Maternal Near Miss Tool in a high-income country
Changes in induction methods have not influenced cesarean section rates among women with induced labor
Biphasic ST should not be omitted from STAN clinical guidelines
Comment on “Are repeated assisted reproductive technology treatments and an unsuccessful outcome risk factors for unipolar depression in infertile women?”
FTO gene variant and risk of spontaneous abortion
Surgical management of abnormally invasive placenta: is decreased blood loss due to participation of gynecologic oncologists?
Response to “Surgical management of abnormally invasive placenta: is decreased blood loss due to participation of gynecologic oncologists?”
Second Nordic Congress on Obesity in Gynecology and Obstetrics (NOCOGO)