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Coverage from the

Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine (SMFM) 2016 Pregnancy Meeting

February 01 - 06, 2016; Atlanta, Georgia

February 01 - 06, 2016 Atlanta, Georgia
  • SMFM Vaginal Progesterone Does Not Prevent Preterm Birth In high-risk pregnancies, vaginal progesterone did not protect against preterm birth in the OPPTIMUM study; however, it was associated with renal, gastrointestinal, and respiratory events in children.
  • SMFM Stillbirth Rates Rise After 39-Week Rule After the 39-week rule was adopted, the rate of term stillbirths increased in the United States, an analysis of data from state health departments shows.
  • SMFM For Labor Induction, Two Methods Better Than One A combination of methods to induce labor is better than either misoprostol alone or cervical Foley catheter alone, results from the FOR MOMI trial show.

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