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After Safe Abortion : Care and Curiosity

After Safe Abortion : Care and Curiosity

Abortion refers to the expulsion of fetus from the uterus before the birth. According to medical science, expulsion before 22 weeks is regarded as abortion. As a doctor, your counselling must quench the following curiosities of the patient/client.

Curiosity 1: What are the things I should know after Safe Abortion Service (SAS) ?

Take given medications in appropriate time and doses
Understand about …

MBBS Guide : Topics for Gyne/Obs Exam

MBBS Guide : Topics for Gyne/Obs Exam

Placenta anatomy, functions, umbilical cord and abnormalities (Viva)
Physiological changes in Pregnancy and normal puerperium
Human chorionic gonadotrophin and Urine pregnancy test
Terminologies used in History and Examination (Viva)
Labor vs False labor vs Braxton-Hicks contraction and D/d of acute abdomen in pregnancy
2 methods of placental separation
Mechanism of normal labor (Theory and viva)
Signs of placental separation
Active management of third stage labor and Postpartum hemorrhage
Hyperemesis …

Maternal Rhesus Isoimmunization : Rh incompatibility

Maternal Rhesus Isoimmunization : Rh incompatibility

Alloimmunization (Isoimmunisation) is defined as the antibody response to foreign antigen derived from different individual of the same species. Rh alloimmunization refers to the development antibodies to Rh D antigen. Antibodies may be produced to Rh antigens C,c,D,E, or e but only D is strongly immunogenic.

1st Rh+ve pregnancy: Rh negative mother bearing Rh positive fetus
Feto-maternal bleed: Abortion, Amniocentesis, Antepartum hemorrhage, …

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