Obstetrics

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  • Pros And Cons Of Obstetric Ultrasound Scan

    length Radius and ulna Tibia and fibula Tib/fib and foot 90° angel between tib/fib and Radius/ulna hand Radius/ulna and hand 7. Summary of finding(template) OBSTETRIC ULTRASOUND REPORT Patient Information Name: Patient ID/No.: DOB Age: Gender: F Requesting Doctor: Examination Request: DETAILED CAN Indications: POSITIVE PREGNANCY TEST Clinical History: G2P1M0 SFH= 20 cm LMP : UNSURE Fetal Evaluation: Number of Fetuses: 1 Presentation: CEPHALIC Pregnancy Location: INTRAUTERINE Placental Location: ANTERIOR HIGH Amniotic fluid Index: 2.9 cm Fetal Anatomy: Seen Not seen Fetal Spine: Transverse and longitudinal Coronal Fetal Thorax: 4 chamber heart view Diaphragm Fetal Abdomen: AC Kidneys Urinary Bladder Radius and ulna Tibia and fibula Hand and foot *Give reason/s if not seen or not well seen Biometry mm GA w/ d Biparietal Diameter BPD Head Circumference HC Abdominal Circumference AC Femur Length FL Humeral Length TCD CM NT Vp Nasal bone Gestational Age: By LMP: EDD by LMP: By US: 24w2d EDD by US: Comment: Sonographer: Rethabile Ncana Date: 8. Discussion According to Abramowicz, 2013, ultrasound is undoubtedly the most commonly used diagnostic procedure in obstetrics. It is convenient, painless, yields immediate, extensive results, and is widely considered to be safe. Some benefits described in the literature have been validated by…

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  • Obstetrics And Gyns Research Paper

    the world? Obstetrician/Gynecologists, or Ob-Gyns, are doctors who are often looked down upon in the medical world, but people never come to the realization of how Obstetrics and Gynecology is very imperative to life and it is actually a very noble profession. It takes just as much time and preparation, and makes just as great of a personal impact if not greater. Ob/Gyns are doctors who specialize in the care of female patients. These doctors can serve as a woman’s general physician, as well as…

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  • Obstetrics Research Paper

    Health and Illness in Diverse Cultures Tabytha Balash Ohio University Introduction Obstetrics is special specialty that cares for millions of people each year across numerous cultures. Obstetrics is not just one individual, but care for mother and baby. Caring for individuals of another culture and ethnic background can be difficult due to different cultural practices and predisposed genetic health conditions. This paper will discuss the cultural background of Aisha, a pregnant…

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  • Obstetric Observation Paper

    During my rotation at obstetrics, I observed Laura, who is an RN. Laura went to school at DCCC where she received her associate RN degree. When becoming an RN, you can graduate from a two year or four year program. Laura has been working in obstetrics for five and a half years. While observing, I saw three different babies in the nursery. The first baby I observed, was the baby Laura was mainly taking care of. The baby was born at 6:20 a.m. on November 20, and was four weeks early. Laura was…

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  • Obstetrics/Gynecology Case Study

    The field of obstetrics/gynecology faces many ethical issues as it goes through both some of the most difficult times with patients, as well as the most rewarding times. The ethical stress comes from being put in situations such as abortion, STI’s, uninformed patients, financial issues, rape, incest, or unwanted pregnancies. With all of these issues, how do health care providers in obstetrics/gynecology properly approach situations such as these without making ethical violations? To help with…

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  • Obstetrics: A Rewarding Career

    Obstetrics Ram Dass once said “Working with the dying is like being a midwife for this great rite passage of death. Just as a midwife helps a being take their first breath, he helps a being take their last breath.” If someone has witnessed so many people being taken out of this world, when they find out that they could help bring life into the world, who just couldn 't resist. The career of Obstetrics is a rewarding and challenging career because one has obligations to bring life into the…

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  • Indwelling Urinary Obstetrics

    Indwelling Urinary Catheters Foley catheters are used for many patients who have been admitted to the hospital, as well as patients who undergo lengthy surgeries. Approximately 15-25% of hospitalized patients are ordered an indwelling catheter during their stay; most of these patients stay catheterized for 2-4 days (Aljohi et al., 2016). It is important to use proper technique to avoid catheter acquired UTI’s (CAUTI’s) because hospitals don’t get money when patients receive hospital acquired…

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  • Obstetric Fistulas Case Study

    that there is a lack of fistula services. The statistics that then go to back this statement up are numbing. It was said that out of the 77 million people living in Ethiopia, there are only 146 gynecologists and obstetricians and most of them are in the cities. This is where the matrix of domination meets gender segregation in that women who are poor and rural don’t receive proper services but often times women in the cities will not be able to receive care either, on the basis that they are…

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  • LDL And Obstetric Analysis

    Doctors actively monitor the concentrations of LDL and HDL in their patient's blood because different concentrations of both are associated with the risk of heart disease. High concentrations of LDL increases the risk of heart disease since it leads to the building up of plague in the arteries. This build up leads to the arteries hardening which then can lead to a heart attack and a stroke. However, high concentrations of HDL can decrease the risk of heart disease due to its function being to…

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  • Dermatomyositis

    We assessed pregnancy outcomes in DM and PM patients compared with the general obstetric population. Methods: The Nationwide Inpatient Sample (NIS) (1993-2007) was used to identify adult obstetric women with DM or PM (DM/PM n = 1289). Controls were from the general obstetric population hospitalized in 2007. Pregnancy outcomes included length of hospital stay (LOS), hypertensive disorders (HTN), premature rupture of membranes (PROM), intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR), and cesarean…

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