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.
– 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.
Questions Samples :
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
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.
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
– 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
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
– 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