Archive for the Women’s Health Category
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25th USF Health Research Day: A celebration of research and collaboration

The hubbub started early Feb. 20 as young scientists filled the Marshall Center Ballroom to post their research posters. It was Tampa’s coldest morning so far, and veteran […]

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USF Health focuses on women and heart disease, launches new program

Katie Pemble was trim, did not smoke and lived what she considered a healthy lifestyle. “Do I look like a heart attack waiting to happen?”  Pemble, 50, asked […]

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Tampa General Hospital among the elite stroke centers in the country

USF stroke experts staff the TGH Stroke Center, providing patients in the Tampa Bay region with 24/7 access to more specialized stroke care, including on-site neurosurgeons and medical teams […]

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Study shows link between sleep apnea and hospital maternal deaths

The common sleep disorder was also associated with uncommon medical conditions leading to pregnancy-related deaths, large-scale analysis by the University of South Florida indicated Tampa, FL (May 1, […]

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Bridging academic medicine and managed care, with help from Magic Johnson, bolsters care to central Florida HIV/AIDS patients

A new partnership between academic medicine and managed care will help patients with HIV/AIDS across central Florida gain better access to more coordinated and quality care. The USF Health Morsani College […]

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Fewer unnecessary early deliveries seen in multistate, hospital-based study

USF Health faculty among authors of national study published in Obstetrics and Gynecology Multistate, hospital-based quality improvement programs can be remarkably effective at reducing early elective deliveries of […]

Mom and baby

USF physicians help patient’s dream of healthy baby come true

The robot-assisted cervical stitch surgery, performed through the abdomen, was a first for Tampa General Hospital Tampa, FL (Oct. 26, 2012) — A long-delayed dream came true  this […]

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Sleep apnea in obese pregnant women linked to poor maternal and neonatal outcomes

Tampa, FL (Sept. 20, 2012) — The newborns of obese pregnant women suffering from obstructive sleep apnea are more likely to be admitted to the neonatal intensive care […]

Dr. Catherine Lynch, OB-GYN

Dr. Lynch selected for national leadership program’s new class of fellows

Diverse class of leaders spans the globe Philadephia, PA (April, 2012) – Dr. Catherine Lynch of the University of South Florida is among the senior women faculty members […]