Performance of cryotherapy devices using nitrous oxide and carbon dioxide.

Published on: October 1, 2010

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.

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Laminaria tent vs misoprostol for cervical priming before hysteroscopy: Randomized study.

Published on: November 1, 2009

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.

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Diagnosis of endometriosis by detection of nerve fibres in an endometrial biopsy: a double blind study

Published on: August 1, 2009

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.

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Pathologically Increased Endometrial Thickness in Ultrasound Examination: Causes, Diagnosis and Treatment

Published on: February 1, 2009

One of many articles showing the MedGyn Endosampler used for endometrial biopsy in this study.

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Endometrial Gene Expression in Early Pregnancy: Lessons From Human Ectopic Pregnancy

Published on: October 1, 2008

The study found that the ectopic embryo has a significant impact, by an endocrine mechanism, on the endometrium when compared with the window of implantation.

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A pilot study to evaluate the relative efficacy of endometrial biopsy and full curettage in making a diagnosis of endometriosis by the detection of endometrial nerve fibers.

Published on: December 1, 2007

Article on MedGyn Endosampler which was used in a study to detect endometriosis based on nerve fibers.

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Cervical priming prior to operative hysteroscopy: a randomized comparison of laminaria versus misoprostol

Published on: October 1, 2004

Egyptian study on using laminaria before hysteroscopy. The study demonstrates cervical dilation as good as misoprostol.

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An evaluation of manual vacuum aspiration instruments

Published on: November 1, 2003

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.

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Which cannulae fit the Ipas™ manual vacuum aspiration syringe?

Published on: September 1, 2003

Study showing the MedGyn Flexible Curette as a good fit for the Ipas as it was able to maintain pressure without any leaks.

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Cannula fracture in first trimester abortion: a case report and survey of NAF providers.

Published on: January 1, 2003

A survey of National Abortion Federation members found that cannula resterilization did not significantly increase the likelihood of a fracture during a first trimester abortion

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Second trimester abortion by laminaria followed by vaginal misoprostol or intrauterine prostaglandin F2alpha: a randomized trial.

Published on: June 1, 2002

Laminaria study using the Medgyn Laminaria which states misoprostol works well after laminaria begins cervical dilation.

Cervical dilation from laminaria tents and synthetic osmotic dilators used for 6 hours before abortion.

Published on: December 1, 1995

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.

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