By Andrew Sizer
Part 2 MRCOG: SBA Questions includes necessary education and perform for applicants project the Royal university of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists half 2 MRCOG exam. It comprises four hundred perform questions written via a hugely skilled crew of MRCOG query writers, along distinctive solutions referencing each one query to both an RCOG, great or WHO instruction, or a piece of writing within the specialist magazine ‘The Obstetrician & Gynaecologist’. this may permit applicants to appreciate the reasoning and information base in the back of the query, in addition to giving them a transparent reference should still they want to learn additional round the subject.
The first a part of the ebook introduces and explains the recent structure of the half 2 MRCOG examination, giving insightful recommendation at the abilities required to jot down a very good SBA question. the second one a part of the e-book comprises chapters matched to the 15 of the nineteen modules of the middle curriculum, giving a entire variety of questions and solutions with precise causes and references. For a person getting ready for the half 2 MRCOG examination, this e-book will supply broad and accomplished perform and counsel from knowledgeable writer team.
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A. Avoiding invasive procedures during delivery B. Elective caesarean section at term C. Exclusive replacement feeding of the baby D. Initiation of antiretroviral therapy during pregnancy E. Mixed feeding of the baby 137 Prior to the development of highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART), elective caesarean section was the standard mode of delivery to reduce intrapartum mother to child transmission of HIV. At what viral load should caesarean section be considered with present HAART management?
Before 16 weeks C. Before 20 weeks D. Before 24 weeks E. Before 28 weeks M8 ANTENATAL CARE 64 A woman is referred by the community midwife with suspected small for dates pregnancy at 33 weeks gestation. Ultrasound assessment conﬁrms a small for gestation (SGA) fetus with reduced liquor volume and reversed end diastolic ﬂow on umbilical artery (UA) Doppler. Cardiotocograph (CTG) is normal. What is the most appropriate management? A. Antenatal steroids and delivery within 1 week B. Elective delivery at 37 weeks gestation C.
Termination of the donor twin E. Termination of the entire pregnancy M8 ANTENATAL CARE 105 A 30-year-old primagravida with a BMI of 28 is seen in the antenatal clinic at 36 weeks gestation following referral from the community midwife with suspected ‘large-for dates’. An ultrasound scan is arranged, which conﬁrms the fetus to be large for gestational age. An oral glucose tolerance test is arranged a few days later, which is normal. What is the correct management? A. Elective caesarean section at 38 weeks B.