Note any guarding. Once you've finished editing, click 'Submit for Review', and your changes will be reviewed by our team before publishing on the site. Introduction Introduce yourself to the patient Wash your hands Explain to the patient what the examination involves and why it is necessary Obtain verbal consent.
General Inspection General wellbeing — at ease or distressed by physical pain. Hands — palpate the radial pulse. Head and neck — melasma, conjunctival pallor, jaundice, oedema. Legs and feet — calf swelling, oedema and varicose veins.
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Palpation Ask the patient to comment on any tenderness and observe her facial and verbal responses throughout. Fundal Height Use the medial edge of the left hand to press down at the xiphisternum, working downwards to locate the fundus.
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Measure from here to the pubic symphysis in both cm and inches. Turn the measuring tape so that the numbers face the abdomen to avoid bias in your measurements.
Uterus should be palpable after 12 weeks, near the umbilicus at 20 weeks and near the xiphisternum at 36 weeks these measurements are often slightly different if the woman is tall or short. By TeachMeSeries Ltd Popular Features. New Releases. Examination Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
Description This book is designed for medical graduates who have undertaken general hospital training and wish to undertake postgraduate studies in obstetrics and gynaecology. This includes specialist trainees and general practitioners. The book will also be useful for medical undergraduates and midwives and midwifery students. Fully revised and updated, and building upon resources developed during the authors' specialist training for RANZCOG qualifications, and refined by practical clinical experience, it provides a summary of important and essential information needed in women's health.
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Organised in a note and checklist format, it utilises a step-by-step guide to diagnosis, investigations and suggested treatments appropriate to primary consultation prior to specialist referral. Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions Rating details.
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