We are pleased to invite all ISUOG current members to the Society’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) held as a virtual event on Monday 13 December 2021 at 12:00 PM / GMT.
The November issue of Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology includes a systematic review identifying perinatal risk factors for neurodevelopmental impairment after laser surgery for twin–twin transfusion syndrome, a study showing a reduction in the rate of preterm birth during COVID-19 pandemic restriction measures in Melbourne, Australia, a cost-effectiveness analysis demonstrating a reduction in disease prevalence and health-service costs associated with a model of first-trimester prediction and prevention of preterm pre-eclampsia, and a secondary analysis of a RCT finding no difference in psychological response to early miscarriage and treatment satisfaction after expectant management vs misoprostol treatment.
We are pleased to invite all ISUOG current members to the Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) of the Society held as a virtual event on Friday 19 November 2021 at 12:00 PM / GMT.
View the closing session with an international panel discussing; What we have learnt in the past and looking to the future - health consequences of COVID-19 for women, with Allison Bryant, Aris Papageorghiou, Christoph Lees, Liona Poon,and chaired by Prof Tom Bourne.
Baby loss is often a taboo subject. It is estimated, that 23 million miscarriage take place every year worldwide with 44 couples losing their pregnancy every minute. For Baby Loss Awareness 2021, ISUOG is asking our community to recognise the psychological impact and extend their care beyond “diagnosis and treatment” for couples experiencing baby loss
Read the latest letter from ISUOG President, Prof. Tom Bourne, about the ISUOG Virtual World Congress, our special offer on Congress registration for delegates from low resource countries, latest from our journal and other upcoming events
The October issue of Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology includes a mini-series of papers on first-trimester screening for pre-eclampsia, a prospective cohort study and meta-analysis demonstrating the substantial incremental yield of exome sequencing over CMA or karyotyping in fetal hydrops, a study confirming the benefit of valacyclovir administration from the first trimester for secondary prevention of congenital CMV infection, a study evaluating which maneuver for managing umbilical cord prolapse provides the greatest effect on fetal head elevation, a study demonstrating the anatomical features that prevent reliable assessment of endometrial thickness on transvaginal ultrasound, and a study showing that long-term neurological outcomes after percutaneous fetoscopic open spina bifida repair are similar to those after hysterotomy-assisted repair.
We would like to invite ISUOG members to join our Task forces and support us fulfil our mission to improve women’s health through the provision, advancement and dissemination of the highest quality education, standards and research information around ultrasound in obstetrics and gynecology.
This year's WHO's World Patient Safety day is focusing on safe maternal and newborn care. Six leading ISUOG experts came together to look back over the last 18 months and discuss the implications of COVID-19 on maternal and newborn care.
Read the latest letter from ISUOG CEO, Johan Vos, about the ISUOG World Congress, the upcoming education course on Hypertension in pregnancy, plus the next webinar in the free ISUOG series on Artificial Intelligence, and how it can improve your practice in ultrasound.