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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 52, Number 5, 1 October 2012

The increasing impact of maternal obesity on obstetric practice
pp. 409-411(3)
Author: Dickinson, Jan E.

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Antibiotic prophylaxis in obstetric and gynaecological procedures: A review
pp. 412-419(8)
Authors: Clifford, Vanessa; Daley, Andrew

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Comparison of maternal abdominal subcutaneous fat thickness and body mass index as markers for pregnancy outcomes: A stratified cohort study
pp. 420-426(7)
Authors: Suresh, Ashwin; Liu, Anthony; Poulton, Alison; Quinton, Ann; Amer, Zara; Mongelli, Max; Martin, Andrew; Benzie, Ronald; Peek, Michael; Nanan, Ralph

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Implementing a diet and exercise program for limiting maternal weight gain in obese pregnant women: A pilot study
pp. 427-432(6)
Authors: Lee, Amelia; Karpavicius, Jane; Gasparini, Elisabeth; Forster, Della

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Patterns of weight gain in pregnant women with and without gestational diabetes mellitus: An observational study
pp. 433-439(7)
Authors: Stewart, Zoe A.; Wallace, Euan M.; Allan, Carolyn A.

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The use and accuracy of manual and electronic gestational age calculators
pp. 440-444(5)
Authors: Smout, Elizabeth M.; Seed, Paul T.; Shennan, Andrew H.

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Maternal knowledge of fetal movements in late pregnancy
pp. 445-449(5)
Authors: Peat, Andrea M.; Stacey, Tomasina; Cronin, Robin; McCowan, Lesley M. E.

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Preoperative anaemia is common in patients undergoing major gynaecological surgery and is associated with a fivefold increased risk of transfusion
pp. 455-459(5)
Authors: Browning, Roger M.; Trentino, Kevin; Nathan, Elizabeth A.; Hashemi, Navid; The Western Australian Patient Blood Management Programajo1478-cr-0005

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Waiting for an elevated FSH – Too late a marker of reduced ovarian reserve?
pp. 460-464(5)
Authors: Kahapola Arachchige, Kalani Mudhitha; Wardrop, Robert; Lim, Ee Mun; Stuckey, Bronwyn; Hadlow, Narelle

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Cosmesis and body image after single‐port access surgery for gynaecologic disease
pp. 465-469(5)
Authors: Song, Taejong; Kim, Tae‐Joong; Cho, Juhee; Kim, Im‐Ryung; Kang, Pureun Narae; Lee, Jeong‐Won; Bae, Duk‐Soo; Kim, Byoung‐Gie

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Long‐term reproductive outcome after hysteroscopic proximal tubal cannulation – an outcome analysis
pp. 470-475(6)
Authors: Chung, Jacqueline P.W.; Haines, Christopher J.; Kong, Grace W.S.

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Registrar interest in academic obstetrics and gynaecology: A cross‐sectional survey
pp. 476-482(7)
Authors: McDonald, Andrea; Paterson, Helen; Herbison, Peter

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Trends and recurrence of placenta praevia: A population‐based study
pp. 483-486(4)
Authors: Roberts, Christine L.; Algert, Charles S.; Warrendorf, Janna; Olive, Emily C.; Morris, Jonathan M.; Ford, Jane B.

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Post‐mortem sperm retrieval in Australasia
pp. 487-490(4)
Authors: Kroon, Benjamin; Kroon, Frederick; Holt, Saul; Wong, Brittany; Yazdani, Anusch

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Re: Reimplementation and audit of ‘Fast Track Surgery’ in gynaecological oncology surgery
pp. 497-497(1)
Authors: Brand, Alison; Sidhu, Verinder Singh; Lancaster, Letitita; Elliott, David

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