Academic OB/GYN Podcast
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Host Dr Nicholas Fogelson discusses articles from the October and November 2009 issues of the Grey Journal. On tap are discussions of the effects of second stage length and pushing times on outcomes, ST segment automated analysis of fetal heart rate tracings, a listener question on CA125 screening, and a few other short reviews.
Host Nicholas Fogelson discusses articles from the October 2009 issue of the Green Journal. Topics: H1N1 at UCSF, complications of TVH vs TVH AP repair, and the cost of private cord blood banking (and a rant of what Nick thinks about the topic).
Dr Dan Livingston (Twitter:@macobgyn) and I(@academicobgyn) discuss the role of Web 2.0 and Social Networking in modern OB/GYN practice. Hear about how we use Facebook, Twitter, and other upcoming social networks to connect with our patients and the community at large.
Host Nicholas Fogelson reviews three articles from Grey Journal September 2009.
Host Nicholas Fogelson reviews the best and worst from Green Journal September 2009.
In this episode we talk to Dr Roger Newman about his recent paper comparing cervical score to bishop score in predicting preterm birth. We go on further to talk about the Preterm Prediction Study, the
In this episode we talk to Dr Sebastian Faro about the field of Reproductive Infectious Disease. Our discussion includes comments on bacterial vaginosis, GBS prophylaxis, advanced wet prep int
In this episode we talk to Dr Daniel Elliott of the Mayo Clinic about his experience and research with robotic surgery. We touch on the practicality, economics, and advantages of robotic surgery, as well as the role of video game playing in laparoscopic aptitude. I finish the podcast with a rant on why we need a new system for distributing our research results. Enjoy
In this episode we talk to Christopher Robinson, MD of The Medical University of South Carolina about his research in anti-angiogenic preeclampsia, proteonomics, genetics, and the meaning of an UpToDate authorship.
In this episode we talk to Medical University of South Carolina’s Dr Scott Sullivan on his recent paper comparing preoperative cefazolin to cefazolin after cord clamping to prevent post-cesarean infections. Dr Sullivan discusses his study design, involving residents in large studies, and the move from private practice to MFM fellowship. Send your comments to email@example.com
In this episode we talk to Columbia University’s Dr Ronald Wapner, about his recent paper on repeat antenatal corticosteroids. We discuss results, study design, and the difficulties of running a huge multicenter trial.