Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome: review and new classification criteria for reporting in clinical trials.

@article{Humaidan2016OvarianHS,
  title={Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome: review and new classification criteria for reporting in clinical trials.},
  author={Peter S H Humaidan and Scott B. Maresh Nelson and Paul Devroey and Charles C. Coddington and Lisa Schwartz and Keith C Gordon and John L. Frattarelli and Basil C. Tarlatzis and Human Mousavi Fatemi and Peter J Lutjen and Barbara Jean Stegmann},
  journal={Human reproduction},
  year={2016},
  volume={31 9},
  pages={1997-2004}
}
STUDY QUESTION What is an objective approach that employs measurable and reproducible physiologic changes as the basis for the classification of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS) in order to facilitate more accurate reporting of incidence rates within and across clinical trials? SUMMARY ANSWER The OHSS flow diagram is an objective approach that will facilitate consistent capture, classification and reporting of OHSS within and across clinical trials. WHAT IS KNOWN ALREADY OHSS is a… CONTINUE READING
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