Advances in womens health.

WHO: Over 800 delegates including obstetricians and gynaecologists, family members physicians, general practitioners, nurses, midwives, residents, medical learners and international health specialists. WHAT: Five days of classes covering topics in women’s health, like the latest research relating to pregnancy, menopause, sexual wellness, contraception, and gynaecology. WHEN: June 2-6, 2010 8:00 a.m. To 6:00 p.m. Please register on-site at the SOGC Sign up Desk. For complete event program, visit Please note that the media have the ability to go to all symposiums but cannot be present at best practice classes or post-graduate courses.Three sensitivity analyses were performed for the primary outcome. The 1st included all patients with at least two INR measurements, including those that dropped out before day time 13. The next excluded those that received a dose of warfarin before randomization, and the third analyzed the %age of amount of time in the therapeutic range from randomization to the finish of the 3-month follow-up period instead of from the initiation of treatment to the finish of the follow-up period. The model created for the regression analyses was assessed by study of residuals. All analyses had been performed with the use of SAS software, version 9.3.