Manual for Obstetrics & Gynecology Practitioners

by Suchitra N Pandit, Reena J Wani, Gorakh G Mandrupkar, Madhuri Mehendale, Rakhee R Sahu

This manual ‘Manual for Obstetrics and Gynecology Practitioners’ aids all gynecologist and practioners in their day to day activities. It is a handbook of standard investigation and treatment protocols which can be applied in practice. Development of subspecialties like infertility, fetal medicine or urogynecology or endoscopy is now the norm in most institutes. Most budding gynecologists want to super specialize. In this handbook both common and certain special situations pertaining to specialization in the field of gynecology has been included. The attempt is also to suggest when a case should be referred. Medicolegal issues and challenges faced by practitioners are becoming more common and practice today is more defensive a framework for your good clinical practice, but remember that individual cases may throw situations where you can modify the treatment as needed. This book further emphasizes on various newer techniques and drugs that are used to treat infertility in both male and female followed by contraception, abortion and medical termination of the fetus in detail.

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1. Pandit Suchitra N
2. Wani Reena J
3. Mandrupkar Gorakh G
4. Mehendale Madhuri
5. Sahu Rakhee R
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2. Dr RN Cooper Municipal Medical College and Hospital; FOGSI 2015–17
3. FOGSI 2014; Mandrupkar Clinic; Bharati Medical College and Hospital, Pune; Shraddha Women’s Hospital, Kolhapur; Bichakar Nursing Home, Karad; Kothawle Hospital, Miraj
4. Lokmanya Tilak Medical College and General Hospital, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India; MOGS
5. Dr LH Hiranandani Hospital; Nowrosjee Wadia Maternity Hospital, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
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