Gynecology and Obstetrics Branch at Al-Nahrain College of Medicine organizes a workshop about monitoring the pulse of the fetus during pregnancy and childbirth

Al-Nahrain College of Medicine organizes a workshop about monitoring the pulse of the fetus during pregnancy and childbirth.
Al-Nahrain University Media/ Nada Omran
Al-Nahrain College of Medicine organizes a workshop about monitoring the pulse of the fetus during pregnancy and childbirth that was attended by a number of specialist professors, and the college students of the sixth year.
Dr. Hala Abdulkader, the Head of Gynecology and Obstetrics Branch, said that the idea of a workshop emerged from the imperative need to discuss many subjects related to women’s care during pregnancy, because this issue represents the biggest part of Gynecology and Obstetrics medics’ work, and it is a highly sensitive issue for its relation to mother and her embryo health in critical period surrounded by many risks making physician (doctors) take difficult decisions.
Under the auspices of the Dean of Al-Nahrain College of Medicine, Prof. Dr. Alaa Ghani Hussein, the workshop was attended by teaching staff members of Gynecology and Obstetrics Branch, Iraqi and Arab Board Students at the training center of Al-Imamain Al-Kathimain (PBUT), and the college students of the sixth year, where some clinical cases were presented by both L. Dr. Sahar Hisham AbdulRazaq and L. Dr. Sahar Hasan Mushatat.
Dr. Enas Adnan, a teaching staff member of Gynecology and Obstetrics Branch, stated that a lot of updates, that have emerged in this science, need to be presented, and discussed objectively, and to make doctors and workers in this field acquaint with. These updates deal with a lot of vital things such as monitoring the foetus during labor, and postpartum neonatal resuscitation and the problems that new born babies might suffer from because of delivery problems, and emergency situations that pregnant woman might be exposed to during labor, such as bleeding, hypertension and stroke. She also stressed on the importance of providing medical facilities and options to treat these cases.
The workshop came out with several recommendations including:
1. Presentation and discussion of pathological conditions relating to monitoring the pulse of the fetus by using data show.
2. The skills laboratory at the college/Microbiology Branch needs some necessary medical equipment, such as hysteroscopy and cervical endoscope, to promote a high level of teaching and practical training, especially for the graduates and the students of the sixth year.

The students asked to repeat this workshop and other workshops relating to clinical training at the delivery and operation room.

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