Category Archive: Lectures

May 22 2016

Imaging in Pregnancy

 This lecture discusses on the safety of different radiology modalities used in pregnancy.

Apr 03 2016

Endometriosis

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Chocolate cyst a trick or a treat from chaimingcheng Latest updates on the classification of endometriosis, and the treatment options for it to improve patients’ symptoms and quality of life.

Apr 03 2016

Management of Abnormal Cervical Smear

 WIth the increase of women undergoing cervical screening, appropriate management plan is needed to ensure the best outcome and also to avoid unnecessary intervention.

Apr 02 2016

Cervical Screening Modalities

Cervical cancer is preventable with early detection and treatment of pre-cancerous lesions. Various screening modalities are being discussed here.

Oct 26 2014

MCDA Twin Pregnancy

Monochorionic Diamniotic twin pregnancy carries higher risk to the babies. Timely detection and intervention of the complications is crucial.

Feb 20 2014

Induction of Labour

1. Dr Ling Soon DiekO&G specialistSarawak General Hospital 2. DEFINITION Artificial initiation of labour (before the onset of spontaneous labour) With the aim of achieving delivery 3. INDICATIONS IOL is indicated when:  The benefits of delivery to the mother or fetus outweigh those of continuing with the pregnancy  When delivery will be of …

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Feb 20 2014

Hypertension in Pregnancy

1. Hypertension in Pregnancy Dr Lim Soon Hock MRCOG Sarawak General Hospital 2. Introduction Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy (HDP) remains as one of common causes of maternal mortality in Malaysia. Accounted for 14.1% of total maternal death between 1997-2000 (Confidential Enquiry of Maternal Mortality, Malaysia 2005) Carry risk for the woman such as eclampsia, DIVC, …

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Feb 20 2014

Gynaecology Emergencies

1. ‘ Gynaecology Emergencies’ Dr. Harris N S Consultant & Head of O&G Dept. Sarawak General Hospital 2. ‘ Gynaecology Emergencies’ Ectopic pregnancy Miscarriage Hyperemesis gravidarum Cervical incompetence Severe pelvic pain Massive ‘menstrual’ blood loss ‘ Emergency’ contraception 3. ‘ Ectopic Pregnancy’ 4. Ectopic Pregnancy Rising incidence ~ 1% of all pregnancies 95% located in …

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Feb 20 2014

Gestational Diabetes

1. GestationalDiabetes Presented by: Dr. Neville M.G & Dr. Jonas L.F ( O&G Housemen SGH) Supervisor: Dr Muniswaran Ganeshan (MRCOG, M MED O&G) 2.  Gestational diabetes is carbohydrate intolerance of variable severity, with onset or first recognition of hyperglycaemia during pregnancy. Gestational diabetes is a condition in which women without previously diagnosed diabetes exhibit …

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Feb 20 2014

Endometriosis

1. Endometriosis By: Tan Hong Yang Pang Ing Xiang 2. What is endometriosis?• Endometriosis is defined as the presence of endometrial-like tissue outside the uterus, which induces a chronic, inflammatory reaction. The condition is predominantly found in women of reproductive age, from all ethnic and social groups 3. Endometriosis – Symptoms• ● severe dysmenorrhoea• ● …

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Feb 20 2014

Contraception

1. Contraception 2.  HORMONAL  ORAL  INJECTABLE  IMPLANT INTRAUTERINE CONTRACEPTIVE DEVICES BARRIER METHOD 3. CATEGORIES CLASSIFICATION1 A condition for which there is no restriction for the use of contraceptive method2 A condition where the advantages of using the method generally out weight the theoretical or proven risks3 A condition where the theoretical …

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Feb 20 2014

Clinical Risk Management

1. Clinical Risk Management 2. primum non nocere(firstly, do no harm) 3. “Risk management is notprimarily about avoiding ormitigating claims; rather, it isa tool for improving thequality of care.” 4. “Risk management is actually thebusiness of all stakeholders inthe organisation, doctors,nurses, allied health staff, nonclinical personnel.” 5. What is clinical risk management? Clinical risk management …

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Feb 20 2014

Classification of caesarean section

1. Classification ofUrgency of Caesarean Section Dr. Voon HY Dr. Chai CS Dr. Hong SC 16 March 2012 2. Introduction• Traditional classification ELECTIVE of C-section EMERGENCY (limited value for data collection and audit of outcomes)• In 2000, Lucas et al proposed a new classification, consisting of 4 categories, with a target DDI (Decision to delivery …

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Feb 18 2014

Cardiac diseases in pregnancy

1. Cardiac Diseases in Pregnancy Dr. Harris N Suharjono 2013 2. Content of lecture:  Significance of heart disease in pregnancy?  Physiology adaptation  Preconception care.  Antenatal care with cardiac problem  Specific heart problems  Anticoagulation therapy  General advice for Medical Officers 3. How significant is heart disease in pregnancy?  …

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Feb 18 2014

Bleeding in Early Pregnancy

2.  MISCARRIAGE  THREATENED  SILENT  INEVITABLE  INCOMPLETE TROPHOBLASTIC DISEASES ECTOPIC PREGNANCY LOCAL CAUSE 3. Clinical presentation 4. Clinical Presentation  Amount of bleeding  Pain  Passage of products 5. MISCARRIAGE SPORADIC MISCARRIAGEDefinitionIn UK : loss of an intrauterine pregnancy before 24 completed weeks of gestation.  WHO : expulsion of …

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Feb 18 2014

Bad Obstetric History (BOH)

1. Bad Obstetric History (BOH) What to do about it? By Dr Yong Soon Leong Supervisor: Dr Haris N Suharjono 2. Definition • The term “bad obstetric history” is often loosely used to signify that a woman has had previous disappointments in childbearing. Donald, I. (1969): Practical Obstetric Problems, 4th ed., p. 99. London: Lloyd-Luke …

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Feb 18 2014

Anaemia in Pregnancy

1. GUIDELINES ON PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT OF ANAEMIA IN PREGNANCY) 2. Rountine Haemoglobin Assessment Should be done at booking If normal, to be repeated during mid trimester ( 20-24/52) and around 36/52 3. Iron Supplements In PregnancyT. Folic Acid 5mg OD in the first trimester ( 13/52) T Ferrous Fumarate 200mg -400mg OD + T …

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