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Residency Life: OB/GYN

SheMD

To start things off, I wanted to share what a typical day for me as an OB/GYN intern looks like. In my program, as interns get to do half of our rotations in OB or GYN and the other half in “outside rotations”.

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5 Minute Sono – Basic OB/GYN Scanning Technique

Core Ultrasound

Fetal Heart Rate Estimating Gestational Age Ectopic Pregnancy The post 5 Minute Sono – Basic OB/GYN Scanning Technique first appeared on Core Ultrasound.

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5 Minute Sono – Ectopic Pregnancy

Core Ultrasound

Intrauterine Pregnancy Fetal Heart Rate Basic Ob/Gyn Scanning The post 5 Minute Sono – Ectopic Pregnancy first appeared on Core Ultrasound.

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5 Minute Sono – Intrauterine Pregnancy Assessment

Core Ultrasound

Fetal Heart Rate Basic OB/GYN Scanning Technique Ectopic Pregnancy The post 5 Minute Sono – Intrauterine Pregnancy Assessment first appeared on Core Ultrasound.

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What's best: breast milk, bottle or a mix of both

Sensible Medicine

Hospitals that use breastfeeding as a quality metric for OB/GYN are making an error. It would be interesting to also study the impact of breastfeeding policies on conceiving and having children in the first place. What do you think? How would you change my principles? Subscribe now

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Clerkship Series: OBGYN

SheMD

I am currently in my third year of medical school and completed the OB/Gyn clerkship in August. I am currently preparing to apply to OB/Gyn residencies this coming fall. My goal is to help you all prepare best for your own OB/Gyn clerkship.

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Top Five Things I Wish I Had Known Before Starting My Intern Year

SheMD

No matter whether you’re a newly minted internist, OB/GYN, or general surgeon- July 1st is going to come with a lot of unknowns. While the world is a little different right now than we thought it would be, we know that you all are both excited and anxious to begin your residency.

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