BJOG : an international journal of obstetrics and gynaecology

(ISSN: 1470-0328, 1471-0528)

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From BJOG : an international journal of obstetrics and gynaecology

2018 - 125 (11)

  • The death of the Princess Charlotte of Wales in 1817 was more likely due to pulmonary embolism than to postpartum haemorrhage. 
  • The alleviation of pain: a surgical revolution. 
  • A journey of exploration into the uterine cavity. 
  • Authors' reply re: Randomised controlled trial to estimate reduction in pain after laparoscopic surgery when using a combination therapy of intraperitoneal normal saline and the pulmonary recruitment manoeuvre. 
  • Re: Randomised controlled trial to estimate reduction in pain after laparoscopic surgery when using a combination therapy of intraperitoneal normal saline and the pulmonary recruitment manoeuvre. 
  • Authors/ reply re: Perinatal and maternal morbidity and mortality among term singletons following mid cavity operative vaginal delivery versus caesarean delivery. 
  • Re: Perinatal and maternal morbidity and mortality among term singletons following midcavity operative vaginal delivery versus caesarean delivery. 
  • The efficacy of ultrasound in the follow up after a negative sentinel lymph node in women with vulvar cancer: a prospective single-centre study. 
  • Emerging problems in uterus transplantation. 
  • Correlation between neonatal outcomes of twins depends on the outcome: secondary analysis of twelve randomised controlled trials. 
  • Predictors for unsuccessful pessary fitting in women with symptomatic pelvic organ prolapse: a prospective study. 
  • Fetal RHD genotyping is a cost-effective option for supporting targeted anti-D prophylaxis in D-negative pregnancies. 
  • Serial fundal height measurements for gestational age estimation. 
  • Continuous electronic fetal heart rate monitoring in labour is a screening test, not a diagnostic test. 
  • Focus on optimising laparoscopic surgery. 
  • Reducing post-laparoscopy shoulder pain: are simple strategies enough? 
  • Authors' reply re: Cardiorespiratory fitness, exercise haemodynamics and birth outcomes: the Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults (CARDIA) Study. 
  • Re: Cardiorespiratory fitness, exercise haemodynamics and birth outcomes: the Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults (CARDIA) Study: Cardiorespiratory exercise testing years preceding pregnancy and birth outcomes: comments on heart rate recovery. 
  • The link between intrauterine adhesions and induced termination of pregnancy remains a challenge. 
  • A comprehensive review of guidelines on prevention of preterm birth, albeit lacking in consensus in clinical recommendations. 
  • Conscientious objection in reproductive health - ancient prerogative or harmful practice. 
  • Germline and somatic genetic testing in ovarian cancer patients. 
  • An evaluation of fetal heart rate characteristics associated with neonatal encephalopathy: a case-control study. 
  • Intrauterine adhesions following an induced termination of pregnancy: a nationwide cohort study. 
  • Pregnancy - do we really understand how the immune system tolerates us? 
  • Randomised controlled trial to estimate reduction in pain after laparoscopic surgery when using a combination therapy of intraperitoneal normal saline and the pulmonary recruitment manoeuvre. 
  • Placenta accreta spectrum: a need for more research on its aetiopathogenesis. 
  • Angiogenic factors in pre-eclampsia: implications for clinical practice. 
  • Extravillous trophoblast invasion in placenta accreta is associated with differential local expression of angiogenic and growth factors: a cross-sectional study. 
  • Routine germline BRCA1 and BRCA2 testing in patients with ovarian carcinoma: analysis of the Scottish real-life experience. 
  • The role of NFκB in the three stages of pregnancy - implantation, maintenance, and labour: a review article. 
  • Population-based testing of non-mucinous epithelial ovarian cancer in Scotland. 
  • Clinical guidelines for prevention and management of preterm birth: a systematic review. 
  • High-throughput, non-invasive prenatal testing for fetal Rhesus D genotype to guide antenatal prophylaxis with anti-D immunoglobulin: a cost-effectiveness analysis. 
  • Angiogenic factors: potential to change clinical practice in pre-eclampsia? 
 
 

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