Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Recent Submissions

  • Wilson, Ashtin; Parmenter, Jacob; Ellis, Nick; Cronin, Nichole (2022-04-29)
    Development of a cost-effective, innovative model for ultrasound-guided needle procedure training engineered to prioritize tactile realism and ultrasound compatibility based on known tissue properties.
  • Sotto-Santiago, Sylk; Ansari-Winn, Dianne; Neal, Chemen; Ober, Michael (MedEdPublish, 2021)
    The challenges, importance, and state of physician wellness and burnout have been well documented throughout the literature.Research continues to prove the value of tools and interventions while institutions appear to be ...
  • Ibrahim, Sherrine A.; Haas, David M. (Elsevier, 2021-03)
  • Devall, Adam J.; Papadopoulou, Argyro; Podesek, Marcelina; Haas, David M.; Price, Malcolm J.; Coomarasamy, Arri; Gallos, Ioannis D. (Wiley, 2021-04)
    BACKGROUND: Miscarriage, defined as the spontaneous loss of a pregnancy before 24 weeks' gestation, is common with approximately 25% of women experiencing a miscarriage in their lifetime, and 15% to 20% of pregnancies ...
  • Hand, Breanne L.; Gripe, Amanda M. (2022-03-24)
  • d'Arnaud, Lindsey; Owusu, Raiven; Vinze, Sanjna; Vucescu, Raluca I. (2021-03)
    CASE DESCRIPTION: Here we present the case of a 71 year old female with a decades-long history of Hashimoto thyroiditis and vitiligo who developed Addison Disease (AD). Routine labs showed serum sodium of 124, and the ...
  • Nunge, Rebecca A; Gates, Kayla L; Fazle, Trilliah; Garcia, Jennifer; Messmore, Nicole M; Agarwal, Neeta (2022-10-22)
    Background: This project was founded on the basis that correctional medicine is an important component frequently missing from medical education. Opportunities to participate in medical care within correctional facilities, ...
  • Davis, Elizabeth; Owusu, Raiven; Vinze, Sanjna; Arnaduo, Camilla (2020-03)
    BACKGROUND: In 2011, 5% of pregnant women 15 to 44 yo reported opioid/illicit drug use during pregnancy, and this percentage is rising. Opioid use disorder (OUD) is a chronic disease associated with adverse effects on ...
  • Nunge, Rebecca A; Gates, Kayla L; Adom, Jamila; McKinley, Todd (2020-07-31)
    Background. Physical trauma results in a systemic inflammatory response. Preliminary research in orthopedic trauma patients suggests that patients with similar demographics and severity of injury vary in their response ...
  • Frolova, Antonina I.; Raghuraman, Nandini; Stout, Molly J.; Tuuli, Methodius G.; Macones, George A.; Cahill, Alison G. (Thieme, 2021-03)
    Objective: This study aimed to estimate second stage duration and its effects on labor outcomes in obese versus nonobese nulliparous women. Study design: This was a secondary analysis of a cohort of nulliparous women ...
  • Dude, Annie M.; Kominiarek, Michelle A.; Haas, David M.; Iams, Jay; Mercer, Brian M.; Parry, Samuel; Reddy, Uma M.; Saade, George; Silver, Robert M.; Simhan, Hyagriv; Wapner, Ronald; Wing, Deborah; Grobman, William (Elsevier, 2020-04)
    Objective: To examine the relationship of weight change during early, mid, and late pregnancy with the development of a hypertensive disorder of pregnancy (HDP). Study design: These data are from a prospective cohort ...
  • Nunge, Rebecca A; Brown, Lucy; Clark, Sydney; Fazle, Trilliah; Cooper, Siena; Darroca, Robert (Indiana State Medical Association, 2022-06-06)
    Whereas, research often uses gendered language such as “women” or “woman” to describe patients; however, the authors of this resolution recognize that individuals of all gender identities can become pregnant; and Whereas, ...
  • Nunge, Rebecca A (2022-07)
  • Nunge, Rebecca A (2022-08)
  • Nunge, Rebecca A; Gates, Kayla L; Adom, Jamila; Kaplan, Mark; McKinley, Todd (2020-07-31)
    Background. Physical trauma results in a systemic inflammatory response. Preliminary research in orthopedic trauma patients suggests that patients with similar demographics and severity of injury vary in their response ...
  • Gates, Kayla L; Nunge, Rebecca A; Adom, Jamila; Kaplan, Mark; McKinley, Todd (2021-08)
    Background: The physiologic response to injury is heavily influenced by the immune system. The complexities of the immunologic response to injury are becoming increasingly understood as researchers have leveraged computational ...
  • Husain, Mahera; Nunge, Rebecca A; Rose, Maggie; Bittar, Julie; Zimmerman, Michelle K (2019-11)
    Title: The importance of the newborn screen in detection of congenital hypothyroidism in females Authors: Mahera Husain, Rebecca Nunge, Maggie Rose, Julie Bittar. Michelle Zimmerman, MD Case: A nine-day-old female ...
  • Yep, Fiorella; Nunge, Rebecca A; Shepler, Christine; Ludwig, Kandice (2021-03)
    Background: Pregnancy-associated breast cancers are cancers diagnosed during pregnancy or within 1 year of delivery. It is rare, occurring in 2.5-7.5/100,000, but these numbers continue to rise as maternal age increases. ...
  • Nunge, Rebecca A; Grismore, Myranda; Ganapaneni, Sruthi; Waters, Hallie; Rouse, Caroline E (2022-03)
    Case Description: A 26 year old G3P2001 presented for amniocentesis due to a family history of carnitine palmitoyltransferase 2 (CPTII) deficiency. Her first child developed seizures and passed away soon after birth; CPTII ...
  • Mustafa, Hiba J.; Heydari, Mohammad H.; Nunge, Rebecca A.; Khalil, Asma; Habli, Mounira (2022-07-31)
    Objective: To assess the prevalence and risk factors of gestational diabetes (GDM) in twin compared with singleton pregnancies. Methods: Population-based study using CDC birth data from 2016-2020. Higher order pregnancies ...

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