The RCOG (2001) guideline accords an A grading (at least one RCT as part of the literature of overall good quality and consistency addressing the specific recommendation) to the recommendations regarding frequency, timing and duration of IA, whilst RANZCOG (2006) accords a grading of C (evidence obtained from expert opinion and/or clinical experience of respected authorities--indicates an absence of directly applicable studies of good quality).
RCOG pointed to an "inequity" in current British law, which allows unborn babies to be killed by abortion up to birth if there is a "substantial risk of such physical or mental abnormalities that the child if born would be seriously handicapped.
We at Baby Bee Bright are delighted to have been approved to appear within the UK's RCOG, 'You and Your Family' initiative and are excited about sharing our thoughts on the importance of mothers and family members communicating and bonding with the baby during the last trimester of pregnancy," states Mr.
Mr Eddie Morris, vice-president for clinical quality at RCOG, said: "For many women suffering from these conditions, mesh devices can be an effective form of treatment which is less invasive than alternative surgical procedures.
Kelly and her partner were given explanations and patient information pamphlets, which were downloaded from the internet from the RCOG (2006) website and British Liver Trust (2007), along with copies of her blood test results and scan reports.
The RCOG encourages women of all ages to take a moderate approach to consuming alcohol, which will help to reduce the risk of developing other conditions, including cancer, stroke, heart and liver disease, brain and nervous system damage.