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) 



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


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  


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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