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Therapy should be tailored to each woman based on her individualized risk-benefit profile.
The CDCs Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices recommends vaccinating Tdap-naive women immediately postpartum.
Useful information from the NIH for clinicians and patients about diagnosis and treatment of fecal and urinary incontinence
IUDs: An opportunity for clinicians to help women avoid unintended pregnancies and abortions
Although women were less likely than men to report heart-attack–related chest pain, most women with acute coronary syndrome experienced this symptom.
Healthcare providers should stop insisting that monthly BSE be performed in a specified manner.
High-risk individuals require both initial screening and repeated testing during and after pregnancy.
New guidelines are based on the premise that few endocarditis cases will be prevented with antibiotic prophylaxis.
NAMS guidelines state that therapy choice should be individualized based on clinical experience and patient preference.
The rising prevalence of fluoroquinolone resistance has prompted revision of CDC treatment guidelines.