Kuwait Obs. and Gyn. online course

$999.00

Online course for 3 months contians 9000 new MCQ for Obstetric and Gynecology specialist exam for NHRA Exam (ministry of health) updated weekly.

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Bahrain Obs. and Gyn. online course

Online course for 3 months

This package contains :

– 9 Chapters , Each chapter contains 1000 new MCQ for Obstetric and Gynecology specialist exam for NHRA Exam (ministry of health) updated weekly.

-We have real MCQs from previous exams. not from books.
-we are the best bank questions give MCQs for each exam separately.

NOTES !!!
– Do not miss ! weekly updated questions,
– All questions are corrected by specialist doctor
– All questions are repeated ! with 80-89 % repeated questions.
– No need to study other sources !
– Enough to pass easily.

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Questions Samples :

Question 1
Mother want to screen her fetus for thalassemia :
A- chorionic villus sampling at 16 week
B- amniotic fluid with something at 15 week
C- amniotic fluid with 2 other things at 16 week

Answer:
Explanation: screening for thalassemia can be done using either chorionic villus sampling or amniotic fluid. However chorionic villus sampling is done between 10-12 weeks which makes A wrong. Amniotic fluid can be done at 15 weeks or more so B or C can be correct depending on the missing information in each choice. To limit the possibility of misdiagnosis, we analyse chorionic villous DNA with two different procedures: i.e. RDB hybridisation and primer-specific amplification, using distinct couples of primers.

 

 

Question 2
A patient 39 week in labor. You ran a reactive cardiotocography (CTG), on examination you feel orbital margin nose and chin. How will you manage her?
A. Delivered her in operating room
B. Emergency c/s
C. Oxytocin
Answer: C
– According to the question, it is a FACE Presentation. – Continuous electronic fetal heart rate monitoring is considered mandatory because of the increased incidence of abnormal fetal heart rate patterns and/or nonreassuring fetal heart rate patterns. – Fetuses with face presentation can be delivered vaginally with overall success rates of 60-70% – Cesarean delivery is performed only for the usual obstetrical indications. – Oxytocin can be used to augment labor – Forceps may be used if the mentum is anterior

 

 

 

Question 3
Pregnant 8 week of gestation presented with severe abdominal pain followed by heavy bleeding. Examination revealed tense abdomen. What is most likely diagnosis?
A. Threatened abortion
B. Ectopic pregnancy
C. Ovarian failure

Answer: B
– Ectopic pregnancy: A fertilized ovum implanting and maturing outside of the uterine endometrial cavity. The most common site being the fallopian tube (Oviduct-Distal Ampulla)
– EP Triad: Secondary amenorrhea + Unilateral abdominal or pelvic pain + Vaginal bleeding
– Symptoms generally appear 6 to 8 weeks after the last normal menstrual period, but they can occur much later in cases of non-tubal ectopic pregnancy
– To confirm the diagnosis: B-hcg titer > 1500 miu + No intrauterine pregnancy is seen with vaginal sonogram

 

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