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Selectives - OB/GYN
Maternal Fetal Medicine Selective
Selective Number: (Oasis - S52k) 1912
Rotation Supervisor: Dr. Christian Chisholm
Duration: 2 weeks
Report to: Chief Resident on Obstetrics service
Time to Report: 7:50 am
Place to Report: Labor and Delivery, 8 East University Hospital
Typical Day: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Suggested preparatory reading: ACOG Practice Bulletins: 4: Prevention of Rh(D) Alloimmunization; 12: Intrauterine Growth Restriction; 22: Fetal Macrosomia; 27: Prenatal Diagnosis of Fetal Chromosomal Abnormalities; 43: Management of Preterm Labor; 56: Multiple Gestation; 60: Pregestational Diabetes Mellitus; 64: Hemoglobinopathies in Pregnancy
Number of students per rotation: 2
Course Description: Triage assessments in Labor and Delivery and admission history and physicals on high risk obstetrics patients, assisting in the operating room, writing orders, counseling families, evaluation and management of new and return clinic patients.
Each antepartum inpatient should be seen daily by the selective student and should be presented to the team orally in morning report.
A selection of readings in various high risk obstetrics topics is listed above as required reading; additional reading will be patient-focused from standard texts of obstetrics. Each selective student will be required to complete five case studies (either web-based or paper-based) from the library of choices provided by the selective supervisor.
The student will be able to:
Medical and surgical conditions in pregnancy: The student will be able to counsel patients regarding potential consequences of the following conditions in pregnancy:
Isoimmunization: The student will demonstrate knowledge of the following:
Multifetal gestation: The student will be able to describe:
Third trimester bleeding: The student will be able to:
Preterm labor: The student will be able to cite:
Fetal growth abnormalities: The student will be able to:
Prenatal diagnosis: The student will be able to state: