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Biases in secondary analyses of randomised trials : recognition, correction, and implications
Prediction models in obstetrics : understanding the treatment paradox and potential solutions to the threat it poses
Predicting pre‐eclampsia : dealing with both complex models and complex variables
Predicting pre‐eclampsia : 100 years of trying and failing
Antenatal corticosteroids : a time for more careful scrutiny of the indications?
Antenatal corticosteroids in perspective : rationalising current practice
Cumulative risk of stillbirth in the presence of competing events
Competing risk models of stillbirth inform populations but not individuals
The impact of prolapse mesh on vaginal smooth muscle structure and function
Vaginal mesh products : each an entity unto itself
Fetal sex dependency of maternal vascular adaptation to pregnancy : a prospective population‐based cohort study
Maternal adaptation to pregnancy is at least in part influenced by fetal gender
A double‐blind randomised controlled trial on the effect of dehydroepiandrosterone on ovarian reserve markers, ovarian response and number of oocytes in anticipated normal ovarian responders
Randomised controlled trials on dehydroepiandrosterone supplementation in female infertility still not conclusive
Maintenance tocolysis with nifedipine in threatened preterm labour : 2‐year follow up of the offspring in the APOSTEL II trial
Hospital variation in maternal complications following caesarean delivery in the United States : 2006–2012
Routine third trimester ultrasound in low risk pregnancy confers no benefit! : FOR: The benefits of routine third‐trimester scanning are less clear cut
Routine third trimester ultrasound in low risk pregnancy confers no benefit! : AGAINST
Maternal and perinatal outcomes in women planning vaginal birth after caesarean (VBAC) at home in England : secondary analysis of the Birthplace national prospective cohort study
Vaginal birth after caesarean and home birth : a bad combination
Fish can't see water
Control of Hypertension In Pregnancy Study randomised controlled trial—are the results dependent on the choice of labetalol or methyldopa?
The benefits/risks of treatment of non‐severe hypertension in pregnancy and choice of drug remain unanswered
Do labetalol and methyldopa have different effects on pregnancy outcome? Analysis of data from the Control of Hypertension In Pregnancy Study (CHIPS) trial
The effects of an exercise programme during pregnancy on health‐related quality of life in pregnant women : a Norwegian randomised controlled trial
Magnesium sulfate, chorioamnionitis, and neurodevelopment after preterm birth
Prediction of small‐for‐gestational‐age status by symphysis–fundus height : a registry‐based population cohort study
Symphysis fundal height measurement : appeals to ignorance incur an opportunity cost
Late spontaneous resolution of persistent molar pregnancy
Persistently raised and falling hCG at 6 months no longer a criterion for post molar gestational trophoblastic neoplasia?
Diagnosis and management of hydatidiform mole and its complications : 2000 years of a medical challenge
The risk of ureteric injury associated with hysterectomy : a 10‐year retrospective cohort study
Centres that do not offer TLH as their primary method of hysterectomy should be considered outdated and not Fit for Purpose : AGAINST: To allow one their informed choice may mean others have no choice at all
Centres that do not offer TLH as their primary method of hysterectomy should be considered outdated and not Fit for Purpose : FOR
Chlamydia screening for pregnant women aged 16–25 years attending an antenatal service : a cost‐effectiveness study
Frequency, severity and risk factors for urinary and faecal incontinence at 4 years postpartum : a prospective cohort
Does incontinence precede pregnancy and delivery, or do pregnancy and delivery result in incontinence symptoms—and does it matter?
Cost‐effectiveness of a pro‐active approach of urinary incontinence in women
When can we be sure an intervention is cost‐effective?
Trends in urinary incontinence in women between 4 and 24 months postpartum in the EDEN cohort
Postpartum urinary incontinence : asking the right questions
Re : Magnesium sulphate, chorioamnionitis, and neurodevelopment after preterm birth
Authors' reply re : Magnesium sulphate, chorioamnionitis, and neurodevelopment after preterm birth
Re : BJOG Debate ‘Home birth is unsafe’
Re : ‘Previous caesarean delivery and the risk of unexplained stillbirth
Authors' reply re : BJOG Debate ‘Home birth is unsafe’
Author's reply re : Previous caesarean delivery and the risk of unexplained stillbirth
Re : Acute kidney injury in major gynaecological surgery
Re : Perinatal mortality and morbidity up to 28 days after birth among 743 070 low‐risk planned home and hospital births
Authors’ reply re : Acute kidney injury in major gynaecological surgery
The Blue Journal Club
Report from BlueJC : Is home birth safe?