Volume 1 (2001) - October 2001
James Clarkson, Cindy Newton, Debra Bick, Gill Gyte, Chris Kettle, Mary Newburn, Jane Radford, Richard Johanson BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2001, 1:4 (31 October 2001)
Embarrassing complications of childbirth such as incontinence and dyspareunia would be greatly reduced by limiting obstetric interventions, especially instrumental deliveries, improving patient information, professional communication and professional recognition.
Susan M Adams, Christopher R Murphy BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2001, 1:3 (1 October 2001)
Scanning electron microscopy analysis of the uterine epithelium, followed by fine-tuning of the hormone supplementation regime, helps maximize the success rate of embryo transfer for women who have previously had failed attempts.