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    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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    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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    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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    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 OB GYN

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    In the future, I plan to be an Obstetrics and Gynecology Nurse, OB GYN Nurse, because I want to work with babies and help women to have great health. I have a little brother that I took care of since he was born and as a teen now, I love to babysit and take care of little kids. Helping mothers through the process of pregnancy and making sure the process is healthy and other women are healthy is something I will want to do. Also, I will be more experienced and have tips on what to do when I want…

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    SAN JACINTO COLLEGE Gynecologist Katlyn Sanders EDUC 1300 Sec 142 Professor Kathy Roosa 10/23/2014 Katlyn Sanders Professor Kathy Roosa EDUC 1300 October 21, 2014 Gynecologist Gynecologists are healthcare practitioners that specialize in treatment for women, specifically relating to the reproductive organs. I chose this career because it would be rewarding to show women how to improve their lives and overall health, as well as it fitting in well with my lifestyle. As I weigh the…

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    Miscarriage Essay

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    compare women with a pregnancy loss and women without a pregnancy. However, Journals of clinical learning also produced an experiment. The journal of clinical learning focus was to test the women to see if they were linked to any disorders and help them get help. Unlike the other journals, they never stated how they intervened the women; they only talked about their results. The journals of clinical learning, helped the women move on Comparing the medical issues to the psychological views, they…

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    weight (Pojda & Kelley, 2000). Low birth weight and its contributing factors, preterm birth (PTB) and intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR) have been widely studied due to their known influence on infant mortality and morbidity (Mohsin, Wong, Bauman & Bai 2003; Patel & Prince, 2006; Kramer, 2003; Copper, et al., 1996; Hedegaard, Henriksen, Sabroe & Secher, 1993). Premature deliveries and their consequences are still the greatest problem faced by obstetrics and perinatal medicine. The pregnant…

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    Forceps Research Paper

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    FORCEPS DELIVERY Forceps are often referred to as ‘BLADES’. This can sound a bit scary when you hear the Doctor asking for a blade, but they are designed to cradle baby’s head and like with the ventouse, help guide baby out. Forceps deliveries are normally needed when baby has got itself in an awkward position, or is too high up to come out easily with a ventouse. Again the Doctor helps baby come out when you have a contraction, and if you are able to push, the Doctor will ask you to push if…

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    Visit To A Midwife Essay

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    This seminar paper is written to clarify the tasks of the midwives during maternity. Visits to a gynecologist are very important because of the use of various diagnostic methods that can detect and monitor pregnancy. The duty of a midwife is informing and educating pregnant women about pregnancy, about visits to a gynecologist, caring for her health and the health of the fetus. The role of the midwife is to explain step by step all the important things that may occur during pregnancy and warn…

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