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  • Junior House Officer Essay

    Prepare the patients for surgery and keep a record of all elective surgery cases and schedule patients for surgery. Attend to patients in the outpatient clinic and follow up all patients that have been discharged from the ward in the outpatient clinic. Junior House Officer Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 11/2014-2/2015 Undertook a resident Pre-registration House officer appointment in Gynaecology and Obstetrics, at Mulago National Referral. As interns were required on a roster basis to rotate on a two weekly basis through all the divisions of the Department. I rotated in the Gynaecological ward, Gynecological emergency ward, Gynecological oncology, Obstetrics Emergency, Prenatal ward and Postnatal ward. My responsibilities included; Participate in the diagnosis and management of patients on the Gynaecology & Obstetrics wards. Attend to all patients on the emergency ward and decide on the appropriate management plan, including a decision to admit or discharge depending the patients ' presentation. Prepare Report and maternal audit wherever on the Emergency wards. Participate in continuous professional development programmes on the ward. Perform emergency procedures in Gynaecology and Obstetrics including competing aborting, and emergency delivery. Junior House Officer Department of Paediatrics and Child Health 2 /2015-5/2015 Undertook a president, House officer appointment in the department of Paediatrics and I were attached to Ward 11 which focuses on Dermatology,…

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  • Women's Empowerment In Teeth

    The fact that women have breasts and a vagina, unlike men, has brought up the question throughout the week whether these different body parts allow women to feel a source of empowerment, or if it allows men to have power over women through objectification of these body parts? The movie Teeth helps answer and shows how these two questions are somewhat ambiguous, because in reality the answer to these questions is both. Throughout the course of the movie, Dawn’s knowledge and conformability…

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  • Becoming An Obstetrician/Gynecologist Essay

    There were multiple factors that contributed into my choice of career. I am working towards becoming an Obstetrician/Gynecologist. The first reason why I chose my career, because I am interested in the female body. Secondly, I am in love with newborns. Furthermore, there will be plenty of surgeries. Time is also one of the factors. Finally, there were personal reasons. The fact that the female body functions in many ways men can’t is amazing. For example, women can produce another human being.…

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  • Morgan Pharma Essay

    INTRODUCTION Morgan Pharma was born in 1993 with the aim of providing solutions focused on skin care and its well-being. After consolidating the distribution of EUBOS products in the Italian market, in 2004, the company was recognised by the Italian Ministry of Health, and launched ‘Dermirit Crema’ (a pharmaceutical product treating itch, eczema, insect bites and stings, erythema and burns) onto the market. Over the years, Morgan Pharma has experienced a constant growth based on complete,…

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  • Postpartum Period: Cultural Differences In Nursing

    This includes physiological assessment of newborn, feeding, and nursing care to promote bonding between infant and mother. Other important aspect of postpartum care is to teach mother for infant care after discharge and check safety measures. For family, postpartum period is the time of significant social and psychological adjustment. Therefore, nurse Prepare family members including siblings and grandparents for adjustment. New mother needs time for recovery and takes rest while family takes…

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  • Unsafe Miscarriage Essay

    ABSTRACT OBJECTIVE: To study the pattern of clinical presentation in patients with unsafe miscarriage. STUDY DESIGN: Case series descriptive study. SETTING: Place and duration of study department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Military Hospital Rawalpindi. DURATION OF STUDY: Study was carried out over a period of one year from 10.04.2016 to 09.04.2017. PATIENTS AND METHODS: Thirty patients were included in this study after approval of the ethical committe. Detailed clinical assessment of the…

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  • Singapore O & G Case Study

    about the company’s business model. In the past, SOG’s main services area is about obstetrics and gynaecology, where majority of its customer base is made of ‘soon to be mothers’. With the recent expansion in business in paediatrics and child care services, SOG will be able tap in from its existing customer base and deliver a stronger earnings growth. In addition, a quote from the prospectus, “SOG allows and welcomes doctors and professionals who wants to switch from the public sector to the…

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  • Student Transplanted Womb Case Study

    Then she met her current partner Claes Nilsson at 30. He turned out more determined to have a family and vowed to do everything possible for them to have a baby. The couple initially considered surrogacy and adoption before joining the pioneering Gothenburg University transplantation programme. Matts Brannstrom, Gothenburg University's professor of obstetrics and gynaecology and lead researcher, warned the couple there were no guarantees to the success of the transplant. The transplant…

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  • Statement Of Purpose To Pursue A Nursing Degree

    My mum is a nurse in Gynaecology so I understand that the job is extremely challenging and every day is different however I find that nursing is such a remarkably rewarding job as I would be helping others who are vulnerable and have ill health. This is what first sparked my interest and ever since I understood what nursing actually entailed, I have wanted to pursue a career in adult nursing. I think I would make a great nurse because I am a very empathetic person and also exceptionally friendly…

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  • An Analysis Of Bargaining Power Of Patients

    CGH should work on its service through improving communications between medical staffs and patients, interdepartmental coordination and improvising proper workflows and process to ensure proper allocation of tasks to the right staffs that can perform them more efficiently. This will reduce long. CGH can also expand its’ services to include gynaecology and paediatrics disciplines, which are currently not available within the hospital. This can contribute to improving overall patients’…

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