Recent Trends in Gynecology & Obstetrics

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Recent Trends in Gynecology & Obstetrics (ISSN 2997-0202) is an international, peer-reviewed, open access, journal that aims to publish articles on all aspects of basic and clinical research in the fields of gynecology and obstetrics and closely related fields. The aim of the Journal is to publish original research articles, reviews, opinions, short communications, case studies, letters to the editor, etc.


The journal also publishes articles about obstetrics, maternal-fetal medicine, general gynecology, gynecologic oncology, uro-gynecology, reproductive medicine and infertility, reproductive endocrinology, and sexual medicine; additionally, it provides insights into the physiology and mechanisms of obstetric and gynecologic diseases.


The journal allows free access to its contents, offers a way to make data both freely available and highly visible worldwide, this will benefit the impact of your publication. Articles with NIH Grant in the journal will be submitted to PubMed. All the papers are published after successful peer review by qualified researchers.

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Research Article

DOI: 10.52106/2997-0202.1006

Risk Factors for Premature Rupture of Membranes After Twenty-Eight Complete Weeks of Gestation

Authors: Elie NKWABONG, Ida Arlette FOKO DJUIDJIE, Félicité NGUEFACK, Florent FOUELIFACK.

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Research Article

DOI: 10.52106/2997-0202.1005

The Feasibility and Potential Benefits of a Two-Dimensional Amniotic Fluid Index (Afi2) In the Clinical Management of Pregnancy

Authors: Faustin D, Foladpour J, Lin Chun Sha.

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Review Article

DOI: 10.52106/2997-0202.1004

A Focus on Intrapartum POCUS (Point of Care Ultra-Sound)

Authors: John Svigos AM, Beena Gopinathan, Angela Moffat.

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Research Article

DOI: 10.52106/2997-0202.1003

Prevalence of Viral Hepatitis among Antenatal Women at a Private Hospital in Enugu: A 5-Year Retrospective Review

Authors: Odugu BU, Onyekpa IJ, Okpara TC.

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Research Article

DOI: 10.52106/2997-0202.1002

Knowledge of Contraceptive Usage and Cultural Influence on Adoption of Family Planning Information in Cross River State

Authors: Tuku Paulina Mbua, Ofem Ubi Arikpo, Onadipe Odufunmike T.

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