A fresh and evidence-based perspective of all things related to obstetrics and gynecology.
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In this episode, we discuss Polycystic Ovary Syndrome and discover a couple of more female eponyms.
In this episode, we discover three more female eponyms, plus we review the utility of premedication for IUD placement. We review new literature about maximum dose of oxytocin in labor, surgery vs pessary for pelvic organ prolapse, buprenorphine vs me... more
In this episode, we have our new favorite guest Stuart Winkler, to discuss eponyms and also a touch of oncology, including the appropriate work up of unilocular ovarian cysts.
Experienced rural GP obstetrician from Australia. FOAMed consumer for many years. I have been looking out for a podcast like this for too long. This podcast series meets my needs perfectly- engaging , great content and references. Many thanks and keep up the good work.
As a layperson, I’m really enjoying this podcast. Howard and Antonia do a great job of explaining a variety of OBGYN-related topics in an easily digestible way. Gives me a lot to think about with respect to the care I look for from my doctors
I am just a regular pregnant person with an interest in science (and obgyn). I have no formal science training but I manage to keep up with the show and only have to Google terms once or twice per episode. But I really love the way you guys present info and design the flow of your show. I know this show is more for OBGYNs and med students but I find it really compelling and interesting. I really like how critically you discuss various studies. I love every episode so far.
Howard and Antonia do a wonderful job of presenting a plethora of data in a digestible manner. You finish each episode with a solid grasp of the science supporting or refuting a given topic.
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Thinking About Ob/Gyn launched 2 years ago and published 57 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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