ARE YOU READY? GET RESIDENT READYResident Readiness: Obstetrics and Gynecology prepares you for success during your internship. Inside is a full range of clinical scenarios you may experience during your residency, supported by comprehensionquestions with detailed answer explanations and tips to remember. You will also learn the clinical problem-solving process so you can think quickly on your feet, especially when time is critical. With this book's step-by-stepguidance, you will gain the confidence you need to perform at your best on Day One of your residency.
BEYOND TREATING YOUR PATIENT, RESIDENT READINESS PREPARES YOU TO:
Start intern year with a solid fund of knowledgeSuccessfully manage patients in the ER, obstetric triage, and on the wardsConduct ambulatory clinic visits and office procedures efficientlyPerform competently on acting internships/visiting rotations as a fourth-year medical student
Dr. Debra L. Klamen is Associate Dean of Education and Curriculum as well as Professor and Chair of the Department of Medical Education at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine (Springfield, Illinois). She is also a Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at SIU. Edward Yeomans, MD, is Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at The University of Texas Medical School at Houston, Chief of Obstetrics at LBJ Hospital (Houston, TX), and a Maternal Fetal Medicine specialist. He is a world-renowned speaker, educator, and expert in a variety of topics within high-risk obstetrics including operative vaginal deliveries, multiple gestation, and critical care. Charlie C. Kilpatrick, MD Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
I. Gynecology 1. A 46-year-old G3P3 with Heavy Menstrual Bleeding, Interested in Hysterectomy 2. A 46-year-old Woman Presents with Heavy Menses 3. A 31-year-old Female with Vaginal Bleeding at 6 weeks Pregnant 4. A 27-year-old with Abdominal Pain and a Positive Pregnancy Test 5. A 21-year-old Femal Presents t the Emergency Department with Abdominal/Pelvic Pain 6. A 23-year-old Female with Worsening Painful Periods 7. A 26-year-old Referred for Evaluatin of Chronic Pelvic Pain 8. A 31-year-old with a Breast Lump 9. A 50-year-old Woman with Pelvic Pain and an Adnexal Mass 10. A 51-year-old Woman with Hot Flashes, Mood Swings, and Who is Not Sleeping 11. A 36-year-old Patient Trying to Get Pregnant 12. A 32-year-old Multiparous Patient Desires Laparoscopic Tubal Ligation 13. A 36-year-old Female with Complications of Leaking Urine 14. A 46-year-old Female with Heavy Menses 15. A 48-year-old Postoperative Patient with DyspneaII. Obstetrics 16. A 27-year-old Postpartum Patient Admitted to the Surgical Intensive Care Unit 17. A 25-year-old G3 P0111 Presents for Prenatal Care 18. A 32-year-old Primigravida with a Lagging Fundal Height 19. A 20-year-old with a History of Preterm Birth 20. A 20-year-old G1 PO at 28 Weeks Gestation Complaining of Leakage of Fluid 21. A 19-year-old Primigravida with Headache and High Blood Pressure 22. A 25-year-old G3 P2002 with Vaginal Bleeding 23. A 19-year-old Presents to Obsetric Triage, 38 Weeks Pregnant with Intermittent Abdominal Pain 24. A 26-year-old Multipara Contracting at Term 25. A 26-year-old G1P0 at 39 Weeks in Need of Induction 26. A Laboring Woman with Recurrent Variable Decelerations 27. A 30-year-old P3003 at 38.2 Weeks with Contractions and Feeling Pressure 28. A 28-year-old G5 P4 Admitted for Elective Repeat Cesarean Delivery 29. An 18-year-old Primigravidea Pushing for 3 Hours 30. A 36-year-old Patient with Obstetrical Hemorrhage 31. A Newborn with Decreased Respiratory Effort 32. A 28-year-old G5 P2123 Postoperative Day Number 2 From a Cesarean Delivery 33. A 27-year-old with Fever 1 Day after Cesarean Delivery 34. A 22-year-old with Breast Pain 3 Days after a Vaginal Delivery 35. Perinatal Depression III. Ambulatory Care36. A 46-year-old Female Here for a "Checkup" 37. A 24-year-old Women with Vaginal Discharge 38. A 22-year-old with a 2-day History of Urinary Frequency, Urgency, and Dysuria 39. A 23-year-old Sexually Active Female in Clinic for an Annual Examination 40. A 34-year-old Female Who Desires Oral Contraception 41. A 19-year-old G2 P1011 Presents to the Office for Contraception Counseling 42. A 31-year-old Requesting a Pap Smear 43. A 26-year-old Female without a Period for 4 Months 44. A 61-year-old Female with a Vaginal Bulge 45. A 52-year-old Postmemopausal Patient Presents for a Well Woman Examination 46. Three Women Present to the Ambulatory Clinic in Need of Gynecologic Office Procedures Index