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Clinical Guidelines and Standardization of Practice to Improve Outcomes

Number 629

(Replaces Committee Opinion 526, May 2012)

ABSTRACT Protocols and checklists have been shown to reduce patient harm through improved standardization and communication Implementation of protocols and guidelines often is delayed because of lack of health care provider awareness or difficult clinical algorithms in medical institutions However...

April 2015

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Robotic Surgery in Gynecology

Number 628

ABSTRACT The field of robotic surgery has developed rapidly and its use for gynecologic conditions has grown exponentially Surgeons should be skilled at abdominal and laparoscopic approaches for a specific procedure before undertaking robotic approaches Surgeon training competency guidelines and q...

March 2015

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Cervical Cancer Screening in Low-Resource Settings

Number 624

ABSTRACT Cytologybased cervical cancer screening programs require a number of elements to be successful Certain lowresource settings like the US Affiliated Pacific Islands lack these elements Implementing alternative cervical cancer screening strategies in lowresource settings can provide consiste...

February 2015

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Salpingectomy for Ovarian Cancer Prevention

Number 620

ABSTRACT Ovarian cancer has the highest mortality rate out of all types of gynecologic cancer and is the fifth leading cause of cancer deaths among women Current attempts at screening for ovarian cancer have been unsuccessful and are associated with falsepositive test results that lead to unnecess...

January 2015

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Gynecologic Surgery in the Obese Woman

Number 619

ABSTRACT Obesity is a serious problem worldwide and particularly in the United States and in women is associated with an increased risk of death and morbid conditions including hypertension diabetes mellitus obstructive sleep apnea and hypercholesterolemia as well as malignancies such as endometri...

January 2015

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