ISUOG has developed Practice Guidelines, Patient Information sheets, COVID webinars, and an 'Ask The Expert' panel discussion series to provide learning opportunities and practical guidance for Obstetrics & Gynecology professionals.
The ISUOG President and Board of Trustees express their gratitude, encouragement and support towards all health professionals fighting the COVID-19 virus. A free webinar series and other clinical resources have been made available to provide learning opportunities and practical guidance for Ob/Gyn and allied healthcare professionals.
Baby loss is often a taboo subject. It is estimated, that 23 million miscarriages take place every year worldwide, with 44 couples losing their pregnancy every minute. We are asking our community to recognise the psychological impact and extend their care beyond “diagnosis and treatment” for couples experiencing baby loss.
Read practice guidelines, consensus statements, safety statements and training guidelines from the International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology.
With the rise of the Omicron variant, ISUOG's Ask the Expert series returns to further discuss COVID-19 and maternal care. This time, the focus is on the perspective of the patient, with six panellists getting answers to the questions that matter to their patients most. The two-part series features our specially selected expert panel comprising Prof Andrea Dall’Asta, Prof Asma Khalil, Prof Christoph Lees, Prof Liona Poon and Dr Raigam Jafet Martínez-Portilla.
Throughout December 2021, ISUOG's new Ask the Expert series goes to the heart of the issues surrounding COVID-19 and maternal care, with five panellists, over five weeks, getting answers to the questions that matter to our community most. The series opens with our specially selected expert panel, who met in September for World Patient Safety Day, comprising Prof Christoph Lees, Prof Andrea Dall’Asta, Prof Asma Khalil, Dr Raigam Jafet Martínez-Portilla and Dr Vincenzo Berghella.
ISUOG Patient Information leaflets are written and reviewed by medical professionals for patients who need quick and reliable information. The series covers a range of topics in obstetrics and gynecology to help patients and their family members make more informed choices.
Check out our collection of valuable ISUOG resources, from UOG articles to events.
These calculators were compiled with care and using published formulae (see references)
These apps have been created to support the learning and clinical practice of ultrasound in obstetrics and gynecology. Find here relevant information, publications, and links to download the apps.