This paper describes the first recorded practice of a full non touch vaginoscopy in diagnostic and blind endometrial biopsy.
MedGyn Endosampler was used to determine the expression patterns of prokineticin 1 (PROK1) and leukemia inhibitory factor (LIF) in normal fertile women with idiopathic recurrent pregnancy loss (RPL).
With the increase use of Endometrial biopsy devices like Medgyn’s Endosampler, this study was performed on random trail in a outpatient clinic. The study found Medgyn’s Endosampler to obtain substantially lower insertion rates compared to other sampling devices, which positively reflects the efficiency of Medgyn’s Endosampler.
A study estimated the cut-off of microvascular density determinative of good endometrial receptivity that can predict the fertility of the patient and be used as a prognostic marker in infertile patients, particularly in developing countries.
A study in the Journal of Reproductive Medicine reviewed current literature addressing the technique, efficacy, safety and acceptability of cryotherapy. The review found cryotherapy to be very affordable and feasible to integrate into cervical cancer screening and treatment programs.
A study published in the Egyptian Journal of Pathology investigated the role of uterine natural killer cells and E-cadherin in human endometrium of nonpregnant women and of those with recurrent abortion to find out their role in implantation or recurrent abortion.
A study comparing the adequacy of endometrial sampling by the Endosampler® and the Pipelle® showed that the Endosampler® collected more endometrium than the Pipelle®. This may well translate into a higher adequacy of specimen obtained by the Endosampler®.
A study comparing four cryotherapy devices found that the MedGyn Cryotherapy System achieved temperatures below –50 °C regardless of whether N2O, medical-grade CO2, or industrial-grade CO2 was used, while the performance of some other cryotherapy devices was suboptimal.
In a study published in the Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology, women who received laminaria tents as opposed to misoprostol for cervical priming before operative hysteroscopy were less likely to need cervical dilation and suffered fewer adverse effects.
An Australian study found that endometrial biopsy, with detection of nerve fibers, provided a reliability of diagnosis of endometriosis close to the accuracy of laparoscopic assessment by experienced gynecological laparoscopists.
Article on manual vacuation stating Medgyn superior features to competitors and experience of administrators and clinicians should enable them to determine which MVA is best for their environment.
Laminaria study using the Medgyn Laminaria which states misoprostol works well after laminaria begins cervical dilation.
A study comparing thick laminaria tents with two synthetic osmotic devices for softening and dilating the cervix before abortions found that all the decides provided safe cervical dilation and softening, but thick tents were most effective.
Study found both osmotic dilators are acceptable for use in overnight dilation in this procedure, but the Dilapan dilator is more likely to disintegrate, retract, or present minor problems associated with poor dilation.
A study comparing the Cell-Sweep and the Cytobrush and Ayre spatula found that though the proportion of smears lacking endocervical cells was statistically greater with the Cell-Sweep than with the Cytobrush/Ayre spatula, there was no difference in the rate of detection of atypical squamous cells and low grade SIL. The Cell-Sweep appeared to detect an increased number of high grade SILs.
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