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Inducing labor with drug vaginally shows benefits in study News

Inducing labor with drug vaginally shows benefits in study

Vaginal use of misoprostol reduced the need for oxytocin, highlighting advantages of standardized labor management
Ob/Gyn Residency Program Virtual Tour Video

Ob/Gyn Residency Program Virtual Tour

Experience the country’s largest obstetrics and gynecology residency program at UT Southwestern.
Driven for Excellence: Our Gynecologic Oncology Experts Video

Driven for Excellence: Our Gynecologic Oncology Experts

Hear why the gynecologic oncology experts in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology chose to work at UT Southwestern.
Personal approach reduces opioids after cesarean deliveries News

Personal approach reduces opioids after cesarean deliveries

New protocol limits spread of unused painkillers in community while still helping patients manage post-surgical pain, UT Southwestern study finds
Newborn boys are more vulnerable than girls to asphyxia News

Newborn boys are more vulnerable than girls to asphyxia

Different interventions may be required by sex for brain injuries, UT Southwestern researchers suggest
Endometriosis can complicate hysterectomies, UTSW study shows News

Endometriosis can complicate hysterectomies, UTSW study shows

Common gynecological condition is associated with blood transfusions, increased risk of infections, other problems
Traffic-based air pollution drives pregnancy complications News

Traffic-based air pollution drives pregnancy complications

UT Southwestern researchers find connection between high levels of exposure and adverse neonatal outcomes
Catherine Spong, M.D., elected to the National Academy of Medicine News

Catherine Spong, M.D., elected to the National Academy of Medicine

Catherine Spong, M.D., Chair and Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at UT Southwestern Medical Center, has been elected to the National Academy of Medicine (NAM) in recognition of her contributions to the field of maternal-fetal medicine, her leadership in women’s health research, and her dedication to advancing health care for mothers and babies.
Iron supplements provided in prenatal visits improved outcomes News

Iron supplements provided in prenatal visits improved outcomes

Giving free prenatal iron supplements to medically underserved pregnant patients rather than only recommending them significantly reduced anemia and postpartum blood transfusions, researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center and Parkland Health report in a study published in JAMA Network Open.
Estrogen cream does not improve success rate for prolapse repair News

Estrogen cream does not improve success rate for prolapse repair

Clinical trial shows commonly prescribed treatment no better than placebo in protecting against recurrence of pelvic organ prolapse
Less is best with caffeine, energy drinks during pregnancy News

Less is best with caffeine, energy drinks during pregnancy

National guidelines recommend moderate caffeine consumption of less than 200 milligrams per day for anyone pregnant or attempting to become pregnant.
Early diagnosis of pelvic floor disorders key for health News

Early diagnosis of pelvic floor disorders key for health

Pelvic floor disorders (PFDs), which occur when women’s pelvic floor muscles are weakened or injured, significantly affect quality of life and require surgery for hundreds of thousands in the U.S. each year. Now a study led by UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers has found a noninvasive test that could identify women at risk for these conditions and improve treatment.

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