“There will be a time when you believe that everything has finished.
That will only be the beginning of something new..."
Everything will be alright in the end and if it is not alright then it is
not the end yet…”
Dr Richa Saxena, is a medical doctor by profession with an MD in obstetrics and gynecology. She has authored several non-medical, and medical books on health care.
This book is an attempt to bring together the fundamental topics of basic sciences, which are important for passing part 1 examination of Membership of Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (MRCOG, UK).
This book teaches the candidates all they need to know for passing the MRCOG part 1 examination by extending the understanding of the basic medical sciences and their relevance to the practice of obstetrics and gynaecology. It covers all essential fundamental subjects of basic sciences, which a student must be acquainted with such as anatomy, endocrinology, pharmacology, anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, pathology, genetics, biophysics, embryology, epidemiology, microbiology, etc.
The book is based on the latest exam format and modules as described by the RCOG. For the purpose of self-assessment, a list of Single best answers (SBAs) along with their answer keys has been provided at the end of each chapter. In total, approximately 1000 SBAs are enlisted in this book.
This book is an effort to not only help all the aspirants, specialists and practitioners, who are planning to appear for MRCOG-2 exam, but also for those healthcare professionals who are interested in woman’s healthcare or are planning to appear for MRCOG examinations (inclusive of all the parts, including MRCOG-1 and MRCOG- 3). In a nutshell, this book would serve as an invaluable companion not only for the doctors aiming towards higher training in the practice of obstetrics and gynaecology; it would also serve as a ready source of reference for those who are in established practice.
This up-to-date title covers the latest professional evidence-based guidelines as recommended by NICE, RCOG, green-top guidelines, etc. in the field of obstetrics and gynaecology. The book also highlights all the updated guidelines and recommendations along with the latest figures for the maternal and perinatal mortality by MBRRACE-UK (2016). This comprehensive textbook is categorised into three parts: Part I (general), Part II (Obstetrics), and Part III (Gynaecology), which are organised into 17 sections and 93 chapters.
This book is a complete revision guide for students preparing for the MRCOG Part 3 examination and aims at enhancing the clinical knowledge of all those who are preparing for the part 3. Beginning with an overview of training in obstetrics and gynaecology in the UK and basics of the exam, the following chapters provide step by step tips and advice on aspects of the various aspects of the exam: patient safety, communication with patients and colleagues, information gathering, application of knowledge, and clinical governance.
The book features nearly 40 OSCE scenarios with variations that may be encountered in the exam, as well as clinical problems and their solutions. The book discusses topics which are likely to be particularly useful for the overseas candidates, e.g. structure of the UK National Health Service, clinical governance and the role of midwives in the care of pregnant women, topics which are likely to be particularly useful for the overseas candidates.
This book would act as a guide for last minute revision just prior to the MRCOG, part 1 exam. This is not a comprehensive textbook, rather a concise ready reckoner for a quick glance prior to the exam.
The book comprises of more than 1,000 one-liners, mnemonics and tables for last minute glance in each of the subjects, anatomy, physiology,
biochemistry, embryology, pathology, microbiology, genetics, pharmacology, endocrinology, biophysics, biostatistics obstetrics and gynaecology.
The one-liners are likely to be useful for the students because they are based on the SBAs asked in the MRCOG exam over the past 5 years and are built on the concept that the student is required to choose the best answer for a question having the SBA format.
If he or she already know the best answer, they are likely to choose the correct answer amongst the given options.
This is the revised and updated edition of ‘Bible of Gynaecology’ by Prof Sir Norman Jeffcoate. New topics like genetics in gynaecology, precocious and delayed puberty, pregnancy of unknown location, female genital mutilation, adenomyosis, assisted reproductive technology, urinary tract infection, contraception and single incision laparoendoscopic surgery, etc.
have been introduced in the new edition. References have been included at the end of each chapter. Excellent flowcharts, tables and boxes containing key points have been incorporated in every chapter.
The book would serve as a comprehensive textbook for postgraduate students, residents, surgeons, practitioners and consultants in obstetrics and gynaecology.
The book would serve as a useful accompaniment for the postgraduate students, especially at the time of ward rounds.
This is a two-part book, first part being Obstetrics and second being Gynecology. Both these parts provide detailed coverage of a few important cases in Obstetrics and Gynecology.
In the second edition, several new chapters, new guidelines, new medicines, treatment regimens and management protocols have been incorporated in various chapters.
This book provides succinct details about various obstetric and gynecological surgeries, which will be very useful to the postgraduates, intellectual undergraduates, fellow gynecologists in training, obstetric and gynecologic consultants and practitioners.Each chapter of this book has a unique style of presentation in form of a template containing headings such as introduction, overview of surgery, aims of surgery, indications, preoperative preparation, surgical steps, postoperative care, complications, discussion, conclusion, etc. This would help the reader focus on specific aspects of surgery.
In the new edition, the textual matter that has been extensively reconstructed with several current developments which have taken place in obstetrics and gynecology since the publication of the first edition (2011). The new edition also elaborates the recent advances in gynecological surgery, fetal surgery and surgeries related to Assisted Reproductive Techniques (ART). Additionally, it also offers new non-therapeutic modalities for the treatment of postpartum hemorrhage (PPH).
We have the high-quality x-ray machine and our technique is so much experienced. We delivered x-ray report within one hour.
After handover x-ray report we give initial advice of an experienced doctor and suggest related experienced doctor.