Confusion, inequity and inconsistency: Abortion in Australia
Abortion law across Australia – A review of nine jurisdictions
Evidence-based implementation and increase in the rate of laparoscopic hysterectomy
Incidence and outcomes of pregnancy-associated melanoma in New South Wales 1994–2008
Predictors of maternal drinking trajectories before and after pregnancy: evidence from a longitudinal study
Antenatal care provider's advice is the key determinant of influenza vaccination uptake in pregnant women
Early clinical experience of cell-free DNA-based aneuploidy screening: A survey of obstetric sonologists in Australia and New Zealand
Women's access to abortion after 20 weeks' gestation for fetal chromosomal abnormalities: Views and experiences of doctors in New South Wales and Queensland
Vitamin D testing in pregnancy: Does one size fit all?
Women's beliefs about the duration of pregnancy and the earliest gestational age to safely give birth
Why birthplace still matters for infants born before 32 weeks: Infant mortality associated with birth at 22–31 weeks’ gestation in non-tertiary hospitals in Victoria over two decades
Incisional hernia repair after caesarean section: a population-based study
Management of interstitial ectopic pregnancy with intravenous methotrexate: An extended study of a standardised regimen
Serum β-hCG levels post-treatment of ectopic pregnancy with a single dose of intramuscular methotrexate
The human papillomavirus Test of Cure: A lesson on compliance with the NHMRC guidelines on screening to prevent cervical cancer
Successful diagnosis and laparoscopic management of haemorrhagic ovarian pregnancy with haemorrhagic contralateral corpus luteum
Re: Kapoor S, Thomas JT, Petersen SG, Gardener GJ. Is the third trimester repeat ultrasound scan for placental localisation needed if the placenta is low lying but clear of the os at the mid-trimester morphology scan? Aust N Z J Obstet Gynaecol 2014; 54(5): 428–32
Re: Is the third trimester repeat ultrasound scan for placental localisation needed if the placenta is low lying but clear of the os at the mid-trimester morphology scan?
Regarding ?Improving VBAC rates: The combined impact of two management strategies?
Re: Improving VBAC rates: The combined impact of two management strategies
Re: Paxton JL, Presneill J, Aitken L. Characteristics of obstetric patients referred to intensive care in an Australian tertiary hospital. Aust N Z J Obstet Gynaecol 2014; 54: 445–449.
Re: Characteristics of obstetric patients referred to intensive care in an Australian tertiary hospital