Recent Examples of obstetrician from the Web
Ron Wright, a Jeffersonville obstetrician and trustee, reflected the same sentiments, adding that he's been amazed at how the university has changed for the better.
This year, Breastoration recognized obstetrician/gynecologist Dr. Rebekah E. Gee, MPH, with the Breastoration Advocacy Award for her advocacy for women with breast cancer.
The nation’s leading obstetricians and public health officials tried to do damage control Wednesday after the publication of a scientific article that raised the possibility of a link between flu vaccine delivered in early pregnancy and miscarriage.
But infectious disease experts, pediatricians, obstetricians, and gynecologists have pushed back, questioning the safety and noting that there’s no evidence of a health benefit.
So many patients poured into the city's hospitals that pediatric surgeons were operating on adults and obstetricians were attending to trauma patients.
By contrast, many doctors, including obstetricians and gynecologists, say contraceptives have generally been a boon to women’s health.
Britney Stewart was nervous at first when her obstetrician told her she’d like her to see a specialist in high-risk pregnancies.
In the 1870s, French obstetrician Stéphane Tarnier, inspired by a trip to the chicken incubator display at the Paris Zoo, invented the first incubator for premature babies.
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