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Obstetric And Gynaecology Notes Za Wizara | Cmt Nta Level 5 Notes Za Wizara | Download

Module Name: Obstetrics and Gynaecology I

Number of Credits: 12

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Sub-Enabling Outcomes

2.1.3 Assess patients with obstetrics and gynaecological conditions

1.5.1 Manage patients with obstetric conditions

1.5.2 Manage normal and abnormal labour

2.2.3 Perform clinical obstetrics and gynaecology procedures

 

Pre-requisite Modules:

1. CMT04101 Communication and Life Skills

2. CMT04102 Anatomy

3. CMT04107 Microbiology, Parasitology and Entomology

4. CMT04108 Medical Ethics and Professionalism

5. CMT04209 Physiology

6. CMT04210 Pathology

7. CMT04211 Clinical Laboratory

8. CMT04214 Clinical Skills

 

 

3.4.6 Learning Context:

This module will be conducted through lectures discussion, group discussion, tutorials, clinical simulation, clinical sessions and assignments.

 

 

3.4.7 Learning Materials and Teaching Aids:

Books, Journals, Multimedia Projector, Computer, Writing board, Pin board, Flip chart, Over Head Projector, Television, Video cassettes, audio and video CD.

 

 

3.4.8 Integrated Methods of Assessments

a) Continuous Assessments (40%)

1. Theory examination (10%)

2. Clinical examination (25%)

3. Assignments (5%)

 

b) End of Semester Examination (60%)

i. Theory examination (20%)

ii. Clinical examination (40%)

 

2.1.3 Assess patients with obstetrics and gynaecological conditions

Related Tasks

1. Establish good rapport

2. Observe privacy

3. Obtain a thorough history

4. Perform physical examination systematically

5. Record patient’s history and findings systematically

6. Present patient’s history and findings systematically

7. Interpret clinical features

8. Summarize patient’s history and physical examination findings

9. Make provisional and differential diagnoses

 

1.5.1 Manage patients with obstetric conditions

Conditions to be studied are:

1. Malaria in pregnancy

2. Genital tract infections during pregnancy

3. Urinary tract infection in pregnancy

4. Anaemia in pregnancy

5. Asthma in pregnancy

6. Epilepsy in pregnancy

7. Diabetes in pregnancy

8.   Abdominal pain in pregnancy

9.   Vacuum delivery

10. Management of Normal puerperium

11. Puerperal pyrexia/sepsis

12. Breast conditions; Failure to breastfeed, Breast engorgement, cracked nipples, Mastitis and Breast abscess

13. Episiotomy repair 1st and 2nd degree perineal tears

 

1.5.2 Manage normal and abnormal labour

1. Define normal and abnormal labour

2. Explain signs of normal and abnormal labour

3. Outline causes of abnormal labour

4. Describes stages of labour

5. Monitor progress of labour using a partogram

6. Conduct normal labour

7. Provide pre-referral management and refer abnormal labour

 

2.2.3 Perform clinical obstetrics and gynaecology procedures

Related Tasks

a) Perform pelvic assessment

b) Perform speculum examination

c) Insert and Remove intrauterine contraceptive device (IUCD)

d) Insert and remove implants

e) Perform manual removal of the placenta

f) Perform Manual vacuum Aspiration (MVA)

g) Perform gynecological Per Vaginal examination

h) Perform Pelvic examination in labor

i) Take cervical smear

j) Conduct normal delivery

k) Assist breech delivery

l) Repair second degree tear of the perineum

m) Perform episiotomy and repair

n) Administer medicines

 

3.4.9 Key Reference;

i. Johnson, F. (2006), Lecture Notes Obstetrics and Gynaecology for Clinical Officers

ii. Jones, D. (1992), Fundamentals of Obstretrics and Gynaecology, 1sted, ELBS

iii. Lawson, J., (2001), Obstetrics and Gynaecology in the Tropics

iv. Myles, M. (1999), Textbook for Midwives, 13thed, Churchhill Livingstone

v. Swash, M., & Glynn, M. (2007).  Hutchinson’s Clinical Methods: An Integrated Approach to Clinical Practice: 22nd Edition. Philadelphia, PA:  Saunders Elsevier

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