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    Cholestatic Jaundice in pregnancy

    Obstetric Cholestatic jaundice is a multifactorial condition of pregnancy characterised by pruritus in the absence of a skin rash with abnormal liver function tests (LFTs), neither of which has an alternative cause and both of which resolve after birth. Most authorities accept elevations of any of a wide range of LFTs beyond pregnancy-specific limits. Investigations to exclude other causes of pruritus and of abnormal LFTs should be performed.

    By AdminPosted On 05-Oct-2016
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    PROM and PPROM - Leaking in Pregnancy

    1. Term PROM Term PROM since 18 hrs and not in labor with 1 cm dilatation. What should be the appropriate management? a) Wait for 6 hrs for spontaneous onset of labor and then CS b) Induce with misoprostol for 6 hrs and CS after 6 hrs if failed induction c) Induce with misoprostol

    By AdminPosted On 05-Oct-2016
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    Maternal Oxygen and Intrauterine resuscitative measures

    Intrauterine resuscitative measuresWhen the fetal heart rate pattern is suggestive of fetal compromise during labor, various INTRAUTERINE RESUSCITATIVE METHODS to promote fetal well-being are traditionally initiated. They includematernal repositioning,reduction of uterine activity,an intravenous fluid bolus,Maternal oxygen administration,correction of maternal hypotension,amnioinfusion, andalteration o

    By AdminPosted On 05-Oct-2016
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    Physiological Changes in Pregnancy

    Physiological changes in pregnancy induce profound alterations in the woman's body. Pregnant women undergo several adaptations in many organ systems. Some adaptations are secondary to hormonal changes in pregnancy, while others occur to support the gravid woman and her developing fetus.Some of the Physiological Changes in Pregnancy include,Increased maternal fat and tot

    By AdminPosted On 17-Oct-2016
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    Estrogen

    1. Estrogena) It is produced in corpus luteum.b) It is responsible for secretory changes in endometrium.c) It is mainly secreted as E3 by the ovary.d) Can not be detected in the blood of postmenopausal.e) Stimulates sebaceous gland activityCorrect Answer: a) It is produced in corpus luteum. It is mainly secreted as E2 by the ovary. It is responsible for proliferative changes in endometrium. Large amounts of estrogens administered systemically can bot

    By AdminPosted On 19-Oct-2016
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    Low Birth Weight

    1. Extremely Preterm InfantAll but which one of the following factors increases the risk of adverse neurodevelopmental outcome in extremely preterm infants?a) Grade IV intraventricular haemorrhage.b) Inadequate antenatal steroids.c) Female sex.d) Neonatal meningitis.e) Chronic neonatal lung disease.Correct Answer: c) Female sex. Males are at higher risk of adverse outc

    By AdminPosted On 07-Nov-2016
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    Postpartum Haemorrhage

    1. Postpartum Haemorrhage TreatmentIn the management of post partum haemorrhage all of the following can be used EXCEPTa) Ergometrineb) Carboprostc) Misoprostol

    By AdminPosted On 07-Nov-2016
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    Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)

    1. PCOS diagnosisThe Rotterdam criteria are used for PCOS diagnosis, with two out of three of the following criteria being diagnostic EXCEPTa) Polycystic ovaries (either 12 or more follicles or increased ovarian volume [> 10 cm3])b) Oligo-ovulation or anovulationc) Cli

    By AdminPosted On 11-Nov-2016
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    By AdminPosted On 11-Nov-2016
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