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May 22, 2024 ISUOG news

World Pre-eclampsia Awareness Day: New Podcast Episode!

May is pre-eclampsia awareness month and May the 22nd is world pre-eclampsia awareness day, where we aim to illuminate this condition, thereby improving outcomes and highlighting the need for increased awareness among health professionals, women and families.

May 3, 2024 ISUOG news

International Day of the Midwife 2024

Today, we celebrate International Day of the Midwife, recognizing the invaluable contributions and impact of midwives worldwide in improving women’s health.

May 3, 2024 ISUOG news

Ultrasound and Midwives: Empowering midwives and providing sustainable health care for pregnant women

Prof. Eik-Nes and Assoc.prof Tegnander discuss the crucial role of midwives in supporting pregnant women and their offspring, emphasizing the growing importance of ultrasound in their practice. Focusing on Norway and South Africa, it highlights similarities in midwifery education programs and highlights the benefits of incorporating ultrasound training in South Africa to address rural populations' needs. This inclusion not only benefits communities but also offers environmental advantages.

May 2, 2024 ISUOG news

Explore the Free VISUOG Chapter on Malformations of Cortical Development (MCDs) Throughout May

Malformations of cortical development (MCDs) are neurodevelopmental disorders caused by abnormal development of the cerebral cortex in utero secondary to genetic, infectious or vascular factors. This VISUOG chapter will focus specifically on Group 2 (Barkovich Classification) malformations, which include lissencephaly, cobblestone malformation, and heterotopia. These conditions all result from abnormal neuronal migration.

Apr 22, 2024 ISUOG news

AI's Potential to Improve Fetal Cardiology

One of the latest advancements in ultrasound is the incorporation of artificial intelligence (AI). AI-assisted ultrasound imaging applications and tools are being developed to aid medical practitioners in their decision-making in gynecology and obstetrics. The goal is to address longstanding challenges in diagnosis and treatment, ultimately supporting and improving maternal and fetal health.

Apr 12, 2024 ISUOG news

Wanted: More Volunteers to Help Deliver on Our Mission

Do you wish to contribute to the expansion of the Society’s mission driven by ISUOG Committees and Sub-Committees? Would you like to take on significant responsibilities in support of ISUOG’s activities in dedicated geographic regions or within a specialized area?

Apr 3, 2024 ISUOG news

Free Access in April: Explore the VISUOG Chapter on Vasa Previa

VISUOG offers accurate, peer-reviewed, and evidence-based visual chapters covering a range of pregnancy and gynecological conditions. Detailed anatomical visualisations are provided to enhance diagnostic accuracy and understanding of the implications for sonographic screening of vasa previa.

Apr 2, 2024 ISUOG news

China and Tunisia Lead Abstract Submissions for 2024 World Congress

We are thrilled to announce that we have received over 1400 abstracts from 78 countries for our 34th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology. This marks the highest number of abstracts received to date, representing an increase in the total number of abstracts ever and the number of countries participating compared to last year.

Mar 25, 2024 ISUOG news

Podcast Episode Two for Endometriosis Awareness Month

As we reach the end of March, drawing near to the end of Endometriosis Awareness Month, ISUOG is excited to present another Spotify episode on the topic, and introduce expert Dr Pietro Bortoletto.

Mar 20, 2024 ISUOG news

Advancing Healthcare in Kyrgyzstan

The ISUOG Outreach team has just returned from completing Phase I of the Outreach Program in Kyrgyzstan. What began under unique circumstances, launching Trip 1 back in January of 2022 virtually due to COVID restrictions, has resulted in a successful project, marking a significant milestone in the history of ISUOG Outreach and setting new precedents for the future.  Elated by the success of this recent mission, the ISUOG International Trainers who worked with us on the ground share their experiences and reflections on the journey.

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