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  • Dr. Cynthia Gyamfi-Bannerman Archives - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    Applicants Directions Application Interview Process Sample Interview Day Reproductive Endocrinology Infertility Overview Mission Educational Objectives Curriculum Meet our Faculty Meet our Fellows Applicants Directions Application and Interview Process Alumni Contact Us Research Clinical Research Trials Overview Family Planning Preventive Services Gynecologic Oncology Maternal Fetal Medicine Reproductive Endocrinology Infertility Other Women s Health Research Basic Translational Research Division of Reproductive Sciences Our Team Areas of Focus Significant Publications Trainee Opportunities Epidemiology Biostatistics Overview Our Team Areas of Focus Significant Publications Our Department Our Mission Our Divisions Ways to Give News Information Older Entries Newer Entries Columbia Experts Answer Questions About the Zika Virus February 22 2016 Tags Dr Cynthia Gyamfi Bannerman Zika Virus Cynthia Gyamfi Bannerman MD MSc Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Ellen Jacobson Levine and Eugene Jacobson Associate Professor of Women s Health in Obstetrics and Gynecology College of Physicians Surgeons was one of the experts who recently spoke about the Zika virus Read More Using Corticosteroids Before Late Preterm Delivery Reduces Neonatal Respiratory Problems February 22 2016 Tags Dr Cynthia Gyamfi Bannerman New England Journal of Medicine Steroids A multicenter clinical trial led by researchers at Columbia University Medical Center CUMC and NewYork Presbyterian has found that the use of corticosteroids in mothers at risk for late preterm delivery significantly reduced the incidence of severe respiratory complications in their babies Read More Dr Cynthia Gyamfi Bannerman Quoted on Delayed Umbilical Cord Clamping July 26 2013 Tags Dr Cynthia Gyamfi Bannerman New York Times study Umbilical Cord Cynthia Gyamfi Bannerman M D The New York Times recently reported on a new study that found benefits to delaying the clamping and severing of the umbilical cord in newborns Infants whose umbilical cords were not clamped until at least 1 minute after birth had higher hemoglobin levels and improved iron stores compared to those with early cord clamping without any increased risk to the mother Read More Older Entries Newer Entries Quick Links Make an Appointment To make an appointment call 1 855 75 OBGYN Coming soon schedule your appointment online Find a Doctor By Doctor Name or By Specialty Select Specialty Cancer Care Family Planning Fertility Center General Obstetrics Gynecology Gynecologic Surgery Urogynecology High Risk Obstetrics Pregnancy Giving Birth Routine Gyn Care or By Condition Treatment Contact Us Department of Obstetrics Gynecology Columbia University Medical Center 622 West 168 th St PH 16 New York NY 10032 Schedule an Appointment 1 855 75 OBGYN Administration 212 305 5515 Medical Education 212 305 2463 Maps Directions Center for Prenatal Pediatrics Morgan Stanley Children s Hospital of NewYork Presbyterian Columbia 3959 Broadway 12th FL at 165th St New York NY 10032 Center for Women s Reproductive Care Columbus Circle 1790 Broadway 2nd 4th FL between 57th 58th St New York NY 10019 Center for Women s Reproductive Care Scarsdale 696 White Plains Road Vernon Hills Shopping Center Scarsdale New York 10583 Columbia Ob Gyn Bronxville 77 Pondfield Road 2nd FL Bronxville NY 10708 Columbia Ob Gyn Columbus Circle 1790 Broadway

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  • Zika Virus Archives - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    Faculty Meet Our Fellows Applicants Directions Application and Interview Process Gynecologic Oncology Overview Mission Educational Objectives Curriculum Conferences Didactic Sessions Research Policies Procedures Meet Our Faculty Meet Our Fellows Applicants Directions Application and Interview Process Sample Interview Day FAQ Maternal Fetal Medicine Educational Objectives Curriculum Conferences Didactic Sessions Research Policies Procedures Meet our Faculty Meet our Fellows Applicants Directions Application and Interview Process Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery Overview Mission Educational Objectives Curriculum Conferences Didactic Sessions Research Policies Procedures Meet Our Faculty Meet Our Fellows Applicants Directions Application Interview Process Sample Interview Day Reproductive Endocrinology Infertility Overview Mission Educational Objectives Curriculum Meet our Faculty Meet our Fellows Applicants Directions Application and Interview Process Alumni Contact Us Research Clinical Research Trials Overview Family Planning Preventive Services Gynecologic Oncology Maternal Fetal Medicine Reproductive Endocrinology Infertility Other Women s Health Research Basic Translational Research Division of Reproductive Sciences Our Team Areas of Focus Significant Publications Trainee Opportunities Epidemiology Biostatistics Overview Our Team Areas of Focus Significant Publications Our Department Our Mission Our Divisions Ways to Give News Information Older Entries Newer Entries Columbia Experts Answer Questions About the Zika Virus February 22 2016 Tags Dr Cynthia Gyamfi Bannerman Zika Virus Cynthia Gyamfi Bannerman MD MSc Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Ellen Jacobson Levine and Eugene Jacobson Associate Professor of Women s Health in Obstetrics and Gynecology College of Physicians Surgeons was one of the experts who recently spoke about the Zika virus Read More Older Entries Newer Entries Quick Links Make an Appointment To make an appointment call 1 855 75 OBGYN Coming soon schedule your appointment online Find a Doctor By Doctor Name or By Specialty Select Specialty Cancer Care Family Planning Fertility Center General Obstetrics Gynecology Gynecologic Surgery Urogynecology High Risk Obstetrics Pregnancy Giving Birth Routine Gyn Care or By Condition Treatment Contact Us Department of Obstetrics Gynecology Columbia University Medical Center 622 West 168 th St PH 16 New York NY 10032 Schedule an Appointment 1 855 75 OBGYN Administration 212 305 5515 Medical Education 212 305 2463 Maps Directions Center for Prenatal Pediatrics Morgan Stanley Children s Hospital of NewYork Presbyterian Columbia 3959 Broadway 12th FL at 165th St New York NY 10032 Center for Women s Reproductive Care Columbus Circle 1790 Broadway 2nd 4th FL between 57th 58th St New York NY 10019 Center for Women s Reproductive Care Scarsdale 696 White Plains Road Vernon Hills Shopping Center Scarsdale New York 10583 Columbia Ob Gyn Bronxville 77 Pondfield Road 2nd FL Bronxville NY 10708 Columbia Ob Gyn Columbus Circle 1790 Broadway 12th FL between 57th 58th St New York NY 10019 Columbia Ob Gyn Midtown 51 West 51st St 3rd FL between 5th and 6th Ave New York NY 10019 Columbia Ob Gyn Rockland 516 Route 303 Orangeburg NY 10962 Columbia Ob Gyn Uptown Herbert Irving Pavilion 161 Fort Washington Ave between 165th 168th St New York NY 10032 Forms For All Patients Notice of Privacy Practices Notice of Privacy Practices Spanish Notice of Privacy Practices Patient

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  • Using Corticosteroids Before Late Preterm Delivery Reduces Neonatal Respiratory Problems
    MSc the Ellen Jacobson Levine and Eugene Jacobson Associate Professor of Women s Health in Obstetrics and Gynecology at CUMC obstetrician and maternal fetal medicine specialist at NewYork Presbyterian and lead investigator of the study This will transform the way we care for mothers at risk for late preterm delivery The study was published today in New England Journal of Medicine While survival among late preterm infants is comparable to that of babies born at term the rate of respiratory problems and other serious complications in this group is not comparable and remains unacceptably high said Dr Gyamfi Bannerman Since the early 1990s corticosteroids have been widely used in mothers at risk of delivering before 34 weeks of gestation This treatment accelerates the development of the baby s lungs so that once born the baby is better able to clear fluid and absorb oxygen At the time researchers believed that corticosteroids were unnecessary for later preterm births because 99 percent of babies born after 34 to 35 weeks survive However it is now clear that infants born during the late preterm period between 34 and 36 weeks have increased neonatal and childhood respiratory complications compared with newborns born at term 37 weeks or later The new study enrolled more than 2 800 pregnant women deemed at high risk of delivery during the late preterm period 34 36 weeks of gestation The women were randomized to receive two injections of the steroid betamethasone or a placebo given 24 hours apart The study found that babies whose mothers received betamethasone had a significantly lower rate of severe respiratory complications shortly after birth compared with those whose mothers were given a placebo In particular neonates from the treatment group had significantly lower rates of bronchopulmonary dysplasia a lung condition of newborns that increases the risk of chronic lung disease during childhood The study also found that babies in the treatment group were significantly less likely to require a long term stay in the hospital s neonatal intensive or intermediate care unit or need respiratory treatments such as surfactant Approximately 8 percent or more than 300 000 babies are born in the late preterm period each year Of those roughly 12 percent need persistent respiratory support or have other serious complications requiring prolonged stays in a special care nursery While survival among late preterm infants is comparable to that of babies born at term the rate of respiratory problems and other serious complications in this group is not comparable and remains unacceptably high said Dr Gyamfi Bannerman Expanding the use of a well studied safe medication to improve lung development before birth offers a means of preventing many of these complications Neonates with severe respiratory problems are at higher risk for long term complications such as chronic lung disease and neurodevelopmental problems throughout infancy and childhood The investigators plan to conduct further studies to determine if giving corticosteroids to mothers at risk for late preterm delivery ameliorates their children s risk of long term

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  • New England Journal of Medicine Archives - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    Application and Interview Process Gynecologic Oncology Overview Mission Educational Objectives Curriculum Conferences Didactic Sessions Research Policies Procedures Meet Our Faculty Meet Our Fellows Applicants Directions Application and Interview Process Sample Interview Day FAQ Maternal Fetal Medicine Educational Objectives Curriculum Conferences Didactic Sessions Research Policies Procedures Meet our Faculty Meet our Fellows Applicants Directions Application and Interview Process Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery Overview Mission Educational Objectives Curriculum Conferences Didactic Sessions Research Policies Procedures Meet Our Faculty Meet Our Fellows Applicants Directions Application Interview Process Sample Interview Day Reproductive Endocrinology Infertility Overview Mission Educational Objectives Curriculum Meet our Faculty Meet our Fellows Applicants Directions Application and Interview Process Alumni Contact Us Research Clinical Research Trials Overview Family Planning Preventive Services Gynecologic Oncology Maternal Fetal Medicine Reproductive Endocrinology Infertility Other Women s Health Research Basic Translational Research Division of Reproductive Sciences Our Team Areas of Focus Significant Publications Trainee Opportunities Epidemiology Biostatistics Overview Our Team Areas of Focus Significant Publications Our Department Our Mission Our Divisions Ways to Give News Information Older Entries Newer Entries Using Corticosteroids Before Late Preterm Delivery Reduces Neonatal Respiratory Problems February 22 2016 Tags Dr Cynthia Gyamfi Bannerman New England Journal of Medicine Steroids A multicenter clinical trial led by researchers at Columbia University Medical Center CUMC and NewYork Presbyterian has found that the use of corticosteroids in mothers at risk for late preterm delivery significantly reduced the incidence of severe respiratory complications in their babies Read More Older Entries Newer Entries Quick Links Make an Appointment To make an appointment call 1 855 75 OBGYN Coming soon schedule your appointment online Find a Doctor By Doctor Name or By Specialty Select Specialty Cancer Care Family Planning Fertility Center General Obstetrics Gynecology Gynecologic Surgery Urogynecology High Risk Obstetrics Pregnancy Giving Birth Routine Gyn Care or By Condition Treatment Contact Us Department of Obstetrics Gynecology Columbia University Medical Center 622 West 168 th St PH 16 New York NY 10032 Schedule an Appointment 1 855 75 OBGYN Administration 212 305 5515 Medical Education 212 305 2463 Maps Directions Center for Prenatal Pediatrics Morgan Stanley Children s Hospital of NewYork Presbyterian Columbia 3959 Broadway 12th FL at 165th St New York NY 10032 Center for Women s Reproductive Care Columbus Circle 1790 Broadway 2nd 4th FL between 57th 58th St New York NY 10019 Center for Women s Reproductive Care Scarsdale 696 White Plains Road Vernon Hills Shopping Center Scarsdale New York 10583 Columbia Ob Gyn Bronxville 77 Pondfield Road 2nd FL Bronxville NY 10708 Columbia Ob Gyn Columbus Circle 1790 Broadway 12th FL between 57th 58th St New York NY 10019 Columbia Ob Gyn Midtown 51 West 51st St 3rd FL between 5th and 6th Ave New York NY 10019 Columbia Ob Gyn Rockland 516 Route 303 Orangeburg NY 10962 Columbia Ob Gyn Uptown Herbert Irving Pavilion 161 Fort Washington Ave between 165th 168th St New York NY 10032 Forms For All Patients Notice of Privacy Practices Notice of Privacy Practices Spanish Notice of Privacy Practices Patient Acknowledgement Form

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  • News Archives - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    University Medical Center CUMC and NewYork Presbyterian has found that the use of corticosteroids in mothers at risk for late preterm delivery significantly reduced the incidence of severe respiratory complications in their babies Read More Dr Sauer Featured in NYT Article on In Vitro Fertilization January 11 2016 Tags CWRC Dr Mark Sauer In Vitro Fertilization The New York Times Mark V Sauer MD Professor of Obstetrics Gynecology at CUMC Program Director of the Center for Women s Reproductive Care Vice Chair of the Department of Obstetrics Gynecology and Division Chief for the Division of Reproductive Endocrinology Infertility was one of the trusted physician sources used for the recent New York Times article With In Vitro Fertilization Persistence Pays Off Study Suggests Read More ExCITE Minimally Invasive Tissue Extraction Made Simple January 4 2016 Tags Dr Arnold Advincula ExCITE Minimally Invasive Tissue Extraction In an article for OBGManagement com Arnold P Advincula MD FACOG FACS discusses ExCITE Minimally Invasive Tissue Extraction Made Simple with Simulation Read More Dr Advincula Delivers AAGL 2015 Presidential Address December 21 2015 Tags AAGL AAGL 2015 Presidential Address Dr Arnold Advincula Gynecologic Surgery Sisyphus Arnold P Advincula MD FACOG FACS recently delivered the AAGL 2015 Presidential Address titled Gynecologic Surgery Technology and Sisyphus Read More Dr Young Speaks About Women s Health on iHeart Radio December 14 2015 Tags Constance Young Gynecology iHeart Radio Tests and Screenings Women s Health Constance Young MD assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology and physician of gynecologic surgery and urogynecology at CUMC was recently featured in an episode on iHeart Radio s Fearless and Fabulous You series Read More HIV AIDS Is the Most Feared and Misunderstood STD December 7 2015 Tags AIDS Constance Young HIV Teen Vogue Since 1988 December 1 marks World AIDS Day and each year communities around the globe seek to raise awareness regarding HIV AIDS and its impact Read More Managing Pregnancy Weight Gain November 23 2015 Tags Pregnancy Weight Gain Reut Moyal Being pregnant carries with it many joys and expectations and responsibilities as well Topping the list is ensuring that both mother and developing baby are healthy throughout and that includes eating right and closely monitoring pregnancy weight gain Read More Episiotomy Is it Worth the Risk November 13 2015 Tags Alex Friedman MD Episiotomy JAMA According to a recent study in an issue of JAMA written by Alex Friedman MD assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology at CUMC episiotomy a surgical procedure for widening the outlet of the birth canal to make it easier for the mother to give birth witnessed a decline in the U S between 2006 and 2012 Read More Finding Her True Calling June Hou Joins the Division of Gynecologic Oncology October 28 2015 Tags Gynecologic Oncology June Hou Palliative Medicine Precision Medicine June Hou MD didn t always want to become a physician But as the old saying goes life doesn t always go according to plan The new addition to the Department of Obstetrics and

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  • Message from the Chair - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    Policies Procedures Meet Our Faculty Meet Our Fellows Applicants Directions Application and Interview Process Sample Interview Day FAQ Maternal Fetal Medicine Educational Objectives Curriculum Conferences Didactic Sessions Research Policies Procedures Meet our Faculty Meet our Fellows Applicants Directions Application and Interview Process Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery Overview Mission Educational Objectives Curriculum Conferences Didactic Sessions Research Policies Procedures Meet Our Faculty Meet Our Fellows Applicants Directions Application Interview Process Sample Interview Day Reproductive Endocrinology Infertility Overview Mission Educational Objectives Curriculum Meet our Faculty Meet our Fellows Applicants Directions Application and Interview Process Alumni Contact Us Research Clinical Research Trials Overview Family Planning Preventive Services Gynecologic Oncology Maternal Fetal Medicine Reproductive Endocrinology Infertility Other Women s Health Research Basic Translational Research Division of Reproductive Sciences Our Team Areas of Focus Significant Publications Trainee Opportunities Epidemiology Biostatistics Overview Our Team Areas of Focus Significant Publications Our Department Our Mission Our Divisions Ways to Give Message from the Chair Consistently ranked top in the nation our obstetricians and gynecologists provide comprehensive personalized healthcare designed to meet women s needs from childhood and adolescence through the reproductive years into menopause and beyond Our teams of specialists offer preventive gynecologic care reproductive endocrinology and infertility treatment and complete pregnancy care from preconception through delivery with unsurpassed diagnosis and management for virtually any complications during pregnancy Additionally we have physicians who specialize in complex gynecologic surgical conditions and malignancies For more than a century since the Sloane Hospital for Women first opened in 1887 our department has continued to develop the highest quality patient care Whether you are a new or established patient our physicians are concerned with your overall health and wellbeing I invite you to explore our treatments and services and avail yourself of our physicians and facilities Mary E D Alton M D Chair Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Quick Links Make an Appointment To make an appointment call 1 855 75 OBGYN Coming soon schedule your appointment online Find a Doctor By Doctor Name or By Specialty Select Specialty Cancer Care Family Planning Fertility Center General Obstetrics Gynecology Gynecologic Surgery Urogynecology High Risk Obstetrics Pregnancy Giving Birth Routine Gyn Care or By Condition Treatment Contact Us Department of Obstetrics Gynecology Columbia University Medical Center 622 West 168 th St PH 16 New York NY 10032 Schedule an Appointment 1 855 75 OBGYN Administration 212 305 5515 Medical Education 212 305 2463 Maps Directions Center for Prenatal Pediatrics Morgan Stanley Children s Hospital of NewYork Presbyterian Columbia 3959 Broadway 12th FL at 165th St New York NY 10032 Center for Women s Reproductive Care Columbus Circle 1790 Broadway 2nd 4th FL between 57th 58th St New York NY 10019 Center for Women s Reproductive Care Scarsdale 696 White Plains Road Vernon Hills Shopping Center Scarsdale New York 10583 Columbia Ob Gyn Bronxville 77 Pondfield Road 2nd FL Bronxville NY 10708 Columbia Ob Gyn Columbus Circle 1790 Broadway 12th FL between 57th 58th St New York NY 10019 Columbia Ob Gyn Midtown 51 West 51st

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