Thursday, March 29, 2018

Aim and scope of Gynecology journal

Jornal publishes articles related to the field of obstetrics and gynecology and related
subjects, with a public interest worldwide.Since its inception, the International Journal
of Gynecology journal & Obstetrics (IJGO) has had two primary purposes.It studies
about the Adolescent girls to the matured women dealing with their body changes,
The journal serves an international scope for the audience by publishing earliest articles
and communications with particular emphasis on sharing advances in the specialty of
obstetrics and gynecology.

The journal for continuing professional development of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
provides high-quality, peer-reviewed articles to all health professionals such as Doctors,
Nurses, Researchers and others who work within the field of obstetrics and Gynecology
journal with an up-to-date, peer-reviewed information resource delivered through a range
of current, educational articles.And then the journal regularly features all the communication,
Clinical governance articles, Education papers, Views and counterviews articles, Book reviews,

A public Women's Health Journal that provides latest developments specific to female
anatomy. This journal publishes the most complete and reliable source review articles, case
reports, reviews and any further communication. It also refers to health issues specific to
human female anatomy. It is the medical practice dealing with the health of the female
reproductive systems (vagina, uterus, and ovaries) and the breasts. Topics covered in this
Journal include

  • Midwifery
  • Maternal-Fetal Medicine
  • Gynecology Oncology
  • Sexual Medicine
  • Menopause
  • Prenatal Diagnosis
  • Gynecology Endocrinology
  • Infertility
  • Health-Related Behaviors In Women
  • Gynecologic Cancers

We get all kind of information from the Doctors for a Journal. Medical devices Journal have an increasing role to play in the clinical care of patients. There are more than 100,000
devices currently on the market and numbers continue to increase.We classically think of
implantable prosthesis when describing a medical device, but in fact, the definition of a device
applies to a vast range of products, from CT scanners and laboratory equipment to complex
active implantable devices such as pacemakers. Even wheelchairs and beds are classed as
devices.The regulation of medical devices has been the source of some scrutiny over the past
few years. A European system of regulation exists with the affixing of a CE mark to products that
have been approved for marketing.

The advises that all incidents that have resulted in actual harm or have the potential to put the
safety of patients, users, or the public at risk, must be reported. The type of incident that can
be reported is not limited to device malfunction but should also include those that arise from
poor design or, indeed, human error. Causes such as poor user instructions or training, or
inadequate maintenance may not seem immediately important, but when aggregated with
similar reports, may indicate that changes are needed.

The Medical devices Journal  requests that adverse incidents are reported via online
reporting tool. Their website includes details about what you can expect once you have
reported an incident and provides links to the reporting sites for the devolved nations.

The instructions supplied with many devices contain very specific indications Many aortic
stent prostheses, for example, give precise degrees of aortic angulation beyond which the
device is not recommended for use. If a clinician uses a device beyond its recommended
indication, liability for safety and performance of the device could be transferred from the
manufacturer to the user. The same will apply if the user modifies a device in any way.

Clinicians need to bear this in mind when considering the off-label use and should ensure,
as with off-label prescribing, that patients appropriately consent .

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