Medicina Maternofetal (ENARM / Atención médica al paciente)

Medicina Maternofetal (ENARM / Atención médica al paciente)

by Veronica Gillispie, MD, FACOG

Course Details

  • Videos 39
  • Duration 3:20 h
  • Quiz questions 210
  • Concept Pages 41

Content

Your Educators of course Medicina Maternofetal (ENARM / Atención médica al paciente)

 Veronica Gillispie, MD, FACOG

Veronica Gillispie, MD, FACOG

Dr. Veronica Gillispie is the Associate Professor, Senior Site Lead and Section Head of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Ochsner Health Center in Louisiana, USA.
She obtained her Medical Degree from Meharry Medical College in 2004. Currently, she is Director of Quality for Women’s Services for the Ochsner Health System, and Medical Director of the Minimally Invasive Center for the Treatment of Uterine Fibroids.
Due to her achievements, she earned the Association of Professors of Gynecology and Obstetrics (APGO) Excellence in Teaching Award.
Within Lecturio, Dr. Gillispie teaches courses on Obstetrics.


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By Masood M. on 25. January 2022 for Antenatal Care: Screening for Down Syndrome (Aneuploidy)

Finally I am able to understand these confusing test for Down syndrome!

 
Good review
By Giorgiana R. on 08. January 2022 for Breastfeeding and Common Breast Conditions

Perfect and simple explanation that will be helpful for the PANCE, thank you!

 
Great High Yield Content
By Rashad R. on 07. November 2021 for Intrapartum Care

Very strong high content material in preparation for USMLE Boards.

 
Needed to review external sources
By Alaena A. on 28. October 2021 for Labor Stage 1: Fetal Heart Rate Tracing

I personally do not think that there was not enough of necessary depth taken for this topic that I had to rely on what I learned in medical school or look up information on external sites, which is FINE, but I thought the whole point of these videos were for review and the topics that needed review were not covered. I think the basic concept that of comparing the fetal heart tracing to the maternal tracing is missed. The explanation of the categories was so confusing. It should have just been Category I is this, Category III is this, and Category II is anything not above - this is so plain and simple. Instead, the lecture slide made it look like there were certain criteria that needed to be met for Category II. I do not think this was the best lecture by Dr. Gillispie and I recommend looking for outside sources to review this topic.