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Zika Virus Information

Infographic on DEET use from the Pediatric Environmental Health Speciality Unit (Nov 2016)

​Insect Repellants During Pregnancy in the Era of the Zika Virus​ (Nov 2016)

Prolonged Detection of Zika Virus RNA in Pregnant Women​ (Oct 2016)

Zika Virus and Pregnancy: What Obstetric Health Care Providers Need to Know​ (Apr 2016)​

American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG)​​​

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention​ (CDC) 

CDC Zika Pregnancy Hotline for Health Care Providers: Ob-gyns can contact the CDC Zika Pregnancy Hotline at 770-488-7100 or e-mail ZikaPregnancy@cdc.gov for any concerns related to clinical management or the U.S. Zika Pregnancy Registry.

Quick Poll

See the article by Schreiber et al​ in the December 2016 issue.​

In the last 12 months, what management method have you most often recommended to patients who are undergoing a miscarriage?
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Editor-in-Chief:
Nancy C. Chescheir, MD

ISSN: 0029-7844

Frequency: 12 issues per year

Ranking: 2 of 80 titles in Obstetrics and Gynecology

Impact Factor: 5.656

Breaking News

Published Ahead-of Print: The Janauary 2017 issue is now available ahead-of-print

On the December 2016 cover: Detail of the pelvic region of individual AEC-101-1. The distribution of the fetal remains is related to the antemortem position of the fetus, perimortem extrusion, and postmortem effects. See the article by Malgosa et al​ in this month's issue.

ABOG MOC II: All articles from Obstetrics & Gynecology included on the 2016 ABOG MOC II reading list​ are free to access on GreenJournal.org.

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