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The Obstetric-Gynecologic Hospitalist

Number 459

(Reaffirmed 2012)

ABSTRACT The work models for the obstetricgynecologic hospitalist and the obstetric laborist are gaining popularity and momentum in hospitals across the nation These models could be timely solutions to the challenging demands of the general practice of obstetrics and gynecology The American Colleg...

July 2010

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Hospital Disaster Preparedness for Obstetricians and Facilities Providing Maternity Care

Number 555

ABSTRACT Numerous occurrences in the past decade have brought the issue of disaster preparedness and specifically hospital preparedness to the national forefront Much of the work in this area has focused on large hospital system preparedness for various disaster scenarios Many unique features of t...

March 2013

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Preparing for Clinical Emergencies in Obstetrics and Gynecology

Number 590

(Replaces Committee Opinion Number 487, April 2011)

ABSTRACT Patient care emergencies may occur at any time in any setting particularly the inpatient setting It is important that obstetriciangynecologists prepare themselves by assessing potential emergencies establishing early warning systems designating specialized first responders conducting emer...

March 2014

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Limitations of Perineal Lacerations as an Obstetric Quality Measure

Number 647

ABSTRACT Perineal lacerations are a common occurrence with vaginal delivery Although perineal lacerations are tracked easily from coding data there are a variety of problems with using rates of such tears as a quality measure The rate of severe perineal lacerations should not be used as a measure ...

November 2015

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