Manuel Usandizaga Calparsoro
Manuel Usandizaga Calparsoro

 

American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology

 

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Artículos con acceso gratuito en mayo y junio de 2021.

 

Junio:

Population attitudes toward contraceptive methods over time on a social media platform

 

Design of the Association of Uterine Perforation and Expulsion of Intrauterine Device study: a multisite retrospective cohort study

 

Outcomes of the novel Odon Device in indicated operative vaginal birth

 

Mayo:

Equity in coronavirus disease 2019 vaccine development and deployment

 

Professionally responsible coronavirus disease 2019 vaccination counseling of obstetrical and gynecologic patients

 

Balancing risks: making decisions for maternal treatment without data on fetal safety

 

The coronavirus disease 2019 vaccine in pregnancy: risks, benefits, and recommendations

 

Mind-body (hypnotherapy) treatment of women with urgency urinary incontinence: changes in brain attentional networks

 

Quantitative and qualitative assessment of an all-inclusive postpartum human papillomavirus vaccination program

 

An ecological evaluation of the increasing incidence of endometrial cancer and the obesity epidemic

 

Pregnant women with severe or critical coronavirus disease 2019 have increased composite morbidity compared with nonpregnant matched controls

 

Race matters: maternal morbidity in the Military Health System

 

When does fetal head rotation occur in spontaneous labor at term: results of an ultrasound-based longitudinal study in nulliparous women

 

Impact of new definitions of preeclampsia at term on identification of adverse maternal and perinatal outcomes

 

The effects of a combined intervention (docosahexaenoic acid supplementation and home-based dietary counseling) on metabolic control in obese and overweight pregnant women: the MIGHT study

 

Intrauterine fetoscopic laser surgery versus expectant management in stage 1 twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome: an international randomized trial

 

Gardnerella vaginalis promotes group B Streptococcus vaginal colonization, enabling ascending uteroplacental infection in pregnant mice

 

 

 

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