Obstetrics and gynecology lecture

Lecture on heart disease and pregnancy, Lecture on benign breast disease, Lecture on contraceptive methods, Lecture on caesarean section indications, Lecture on methods of termination of pregnancy.

Lectures on urinary infections and pregnancy

Some authors find that about 25% of asymptomatic urinary infections lead to symptomatic urinary tract infections.

Lectures on miscarriage

The rate of miscarriage is really difficult to assess, as many miscarriages occur before a woman realizes she is pregnant.

Lecture of shock in obstetrics

For shock that occurs due to birth complications such as uterine rupture, placenta previa, placental abruption of the first baby, prolonged labor, anxiety, and fatigue.

Lecture counseling to suspend pregnancy

Maintain active and effective verbal and non-verbal counselling. Always have a gentle, sympathetic and encouraging attitude to enhance client cooperation when performing procedures.

Lecture of benign damage to the cervix

The cervix can change shape depending on whether a woman has had children or not. In unborn women, the cervix is usually round. In the born ones, the opening of the cervix can be spread horizontally.

Lectures on malaria and pregnancy

If the first test results are negative, repeat the test every 3 hours after doing it again (3 tests can be done 3 hours apart).

Lectures on adolescent reproductive health

Having unprotected sex and being at risk of sexually transmitted diseases among teenagers is a concern of the community.

Lecture anemia and pregnancy

In particular, a lack of Vitamin B12 also causes giant red blood cell anaemia. So the manifestation of anaemia in pregnancy is manifested iron deficiency, more rarely, folate deficiency.

Lecture of amniotic fluid (low amniotic fluid)

Major nervous system abnormalities, which may be related to normal amniotic fluid intake, and increased amniotic fluid intake.

Lecture on maternal and infant mortality

Complications of pregnancy and childbirth are the leading causes of death and serious health effects in women of childbearing age in developing countries.

Cervical cancer lecture

The outcome of cervical cancer treatment depends on the time of diagnosis. If diagnosed late, it is difficult to treat and treatment results are low.

Lecture on endometrial cancer

Bleeding in menopausal people is a valuable sign, sometimes pre-menopausal bleeding, which confuses us with the disorders of this period. Bleeding is often accompanied by a lot of bad gas.

Lecture inflammation of the vagina, cervix

When the vagina is inflamed, the secretions are a lot, causing discomfort, making the woman worried. In this case, no matter how white or yellow in colour, odour or not are pathological.

Lecture inflammatory appendages

Depending on the bacteria that cause the disease, the clinical picture usually presents in an acute, acute and chronic form. The chronic form is often found by chance when the patient is examined for infertility.

Lecture of appendicitis during pregnancy

Diagnosing appendicitis during pregnancy is often more difficult than usual because of atypical pain spots; especially if appendicitis occurs during labor

Lecture of postpartum infection

Inflammation is not localized in the uterine lining, but develops into the subframe and forms pseudomembranes in the organs in the subframe and interacts.

Lectures on ectopic pregnancy

The oviduct gradually cracked, the fetal capsule miscarried a little bleeding and then deposited somewhere in the pelvic pit. The large intestine and mesothelioma surround it to form a hematoma.

Lecture of cultured fibroblasts

Human vaginal metastasis is usually taken easily, except for cases of metastasis close to the urethra, rectum. Pulmonary metastases if there are only a few nuclei in one lobe or one side of the lung can cut the lungs to remove the metastatic nucleus.

Lecture of old pregnancy

Diagnosis and management of old-term pregnancies are very important because neonatal mortality is high, 3 times higher than that of babies born between 38 and 41 weeks.

Lecture of infertility

Normally, after a year of living together, about 80 - 85% of couples can get pregnant naturally. According to world statistics, the infertility rate accounts for about 8-15% of couples.

Lecture of reproductive tract infections

It is possible to have an acute and chronic morphology, but the most common chronic morphology, which causes many complications (infertility, menstrual disorders, cancer), is difficult to diagnose and treat.

Lectures on menstrual disorders

All types of amenorrhea (except physiological amenorrhea) can be considered pathological amenorrhea and need to find a cause for treatment or may not be treated.

Lecture of rupture of the uterus

Incomplete rupture of the uterus (also called subperitoneal uterine rupture): Injury from the mucosa to tearing the uterine muscle but the peritoneum is intact, often rupture in the lower segment.

Lecture of ablatio placentae

The intensity of uterine contractions is normal, tonicity is slightly increased, but not noticeable. The delivery progressed normally, after giving birth to check the Placenta: the blood clot behind the vegetable was concealed in the Placenta.

Lecture stillbirth

There are many causes of stillbirth and there are also many stillbirths that cannot be found. It is thought that between 20 and 50% of stillbirths have no cause.