Posts From February, 2018

Research Journal Publishing: Meconium in Amniotic Fluid: An Algorithm Has Changed: A Brief Clinical Update

By AdviceMedia
February 27, 2018

We are thrilled to share that Garden OB/GYN Physician Boris Petrikovsky, MD, PhD, has been published in the Winter 2018 Neonatal Intensive Care Journal for his discussion on the guidelines for infants with meconium-stained amniotic fluid and routine intubation and tracheal intrapartum suctioning. To read the full Journal Publishing, click the following link: Meconium in Amniotic Fluid: ... read more


Garden OB/GYN Health Tip of The Day: Can I Drink Coffee While Pregnant?

By emily.blumkin
February 26, 2018

During pregnancy, coffee intake is only recommended in moderation as the effects of caffeine on the developing baby are not definitive. If pregnant, you should not drink more than 200mg of caffeine per day, including tea and other caffeinated beverages. If you are in your first trimester, it is recommended to avoid caffeine as it ... read more


Research Journal Publishing: Cervical Cerclage Does the Location of the Suture Placement Make a Difference?

By AdviceMedia
February 26, 2018

We are thrilled to share that Garden OB/GYN Physicians Dr. Boris Petrikovsky, Dr. Michael Terrani, Steven Swancoat, DO, and Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer, Alison Dillon have been published in the Spring 2017 Neonatal Intensive Care Journal for their research on cervical cerclage location and preterm births. Their research provides evidence to support that sonographically detected cerclage location is ... read more


Clinician Education on Weight Loss

By AdviceMedia
February 26, 2018

Every week our Garden OB/GYN clinicians have a “Clinicians Meeting.” During these meetings, our medical providers are able to discuss ways to improve patient care, communicate about office happenings, as well as remain up-to-date on recent medical innovations. This week’s meeting was focused on education around the latest weight loss medication. This is important as ... read more