Complimentary Clinical Seminar from 2017 ACOG Annual Meeting

Evidence-Based Cesarean Delivery
Eric Andrew Strand, MD

697 attendees; 4.63 course rating (out of 5) 

 


DESCRIPTION

This highly attended and highly rated session reviews evidence-based studies addressing a number of aspects of cesarean delivery, including patient preparation, antibiotic administration, and a number of factors regarding surgical technique.

At the end of this talk, the viewer should be able to:

  • Describe appropriate antibiotic prophylaxis for cesarean delivery
  • List potential surgical risk factors for uterine rupture
  • Describe the potential benefits of a Joel-Cohen cesarean delivery technique

VIRTUAL MEETING

Purchase 2017 Annual Meeting “Virtual Meeting” session recordings to take advantage of more sessions like this one.  Virtual Meeting package includes nearly the entire meeting for a fraction of the cost of attending in person:

  • 19 colloquia sessions

  • 76 clinical seminars

  • 25 postgraduate courses

  • 12 flipped classrooms

  • 9 hands-on courses

  • 9 lunch seminars

  • 4 surgical tutorials

  • Film Festival

  • Telesurgery session

  • Cutting edge topics session

  • Special sessions  

SAVE THE DATE

If you enjoyed this talk, you are cordially invited to attend the 2018 meeting in person.

ACOG Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting
April 27-30, 2018
Austin, Texas

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“Best Annual Meeting ever been to. Great content and organizational structure.  Loved flexibility to choose between colloquia and clinical seminars on some days  when I wished to be in two places at once.” 


  2017 Annual Meeting Attendee




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