This tutorial aims to familiarise you with the diagnosis, medical and surgical management of the conditions that comprise APH and competently treat this condition.
This tutorial aims to improve your ability to act appropriately in order to effectively mitigate the deleterious effects of domestic abuse and use of alcohol and other drugs.
This tutorial is developed with the aim of helping you explore the identification, aetiology and the principles of management of potentially growth restricted fetuses.
The aim of this tutorial is to provide information on common chromosomal conditions and single-gene disorders, including the genetic basis for the conditions, the phenotype of these disorders and the options available for prenatal diagnosis.
This tutorial aims to give you an overview of multiple pregnancy, antenatal management, intrapartum care and complications.
This tutorial aims to help you describe the physiology, assess a woman with pre-eclampsia, and devise a care plan in labour.
This tutorial will provide you with the knowledge to enable you to perform basic ultrasound examination in pregnancy, in conjunction with the basic obstetric ultrasound curriculum modules.
The aim of this tutorial is to identify the principles of screening and organising antenatal care in low-risk and high-risk women.
This tutorial will help you to learn more about the fetal anomaly scan as a screening test, and the management of some of the abnormalities that may be detected.
This tutorial investigates red cell antigens, platelet antigens and white cell antigens.
This tutorial aims to enhance your knowledge of the risks in pregnancy and labour for both the mother and the baby in relation to obesity.