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GBS Oral and Poster Presentations – Group B Strep International

GBS Oral and Poster Presentations

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Oral Presentations

To be posted – please check back soon

Poster Presentations (PDFs)

International Conference on Stillbirth, SIDS, and Baby Survival 2016

Primary Prevention of Fetal Death and Congenital Infection Caused by Maternal Infection Using a Checklist-enabled Acronym Prompt “Less Baby Torchez”

Use of Crowd-sourced Requests to Inform a Logic Model Analysis of Group B Streptococcus as a Preventable Cause of Fetal/Perinatal Morbidity and Mortality (to be posted)

“Reduced Discomfort” Vaccination: Pain Prevention Strategies

Development of Putative Working Definitions of Prenatal-onset Group B Strep (POGBS) Invasive Disease Using “Internet Commons” GBS Parent and Provider Sources

Primary Prevention of Preterm Birth Associated with Prevalent Reproductive Tract Infection: A Critical Time and Treatment Analysis Focusing on Bacterial Vaginosis and Abnormal Vaginal Microflora (to be posted)

Stillbirth Summit 2014

What Do Women Want? Reducing Perinatal Infection Risks from Sexually Transmissible Components of the Reproductive Tract Microbiome through Parental Behavior Changes: a CROWD-SOURCED-Inspired Analysis

 

Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy (ICAAC) 2013

Development of Putative Working Definitions of Prenatal-onset Group B Streptococcal (P-OGBS) Invasive Disease Using “Internet Commons” GBS Parent and Provider Sources

 

FIGO World Congress of Gynecology and Obstetrics 2012

Dr. Jamie McGregor discussing active uterine transport with a colleagueUltrasound Illustration of the Functional Connectedness of the Lower and Upper Reproductive Tracts

 

 

 

 

Marti Perhach and Dr. Jamie McGregorPrenatal-onset GBS (POGBS) Sepsis is a Distinct Cause of Stillbirth and Perinatal Mortality

 

 

 

 

 

The 2012 International Conference on Stillbirth, SIDS, and Infant Survival

How Do Microorganisms Gain Access into the Upper Reproductive Tract?

Primary and Secondary Prevention of Fetal Death Caused by Infection and/or Inflammation

 

Infectious Diseases Society for Obstetrics and Gynecology (IDSOG) 2012 Annual Meeting

Prenatal-Onset GBS Sepsis (POGBSS) is a distinct cause of Stillbirth (SB) and Perinatal Morbidity (PM)

Ultrasound Illustration of the connectedness of the lower and upper reproductive tracts

Root cause analyses of the “CAREY/KLEBAROFF (C/K) study”: confirmation of imperatives to readdress prevention of Infection/Inflammation-caused Preterm Birth (I/I-PTB)

Primary and secondary prevention of fetal death caused by maternal infection

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