Ambulatory Hysteroscopy: An Evidence-Based Guide to Diagnosis and Therapy in the Outpatient Setting

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Taylor & Francis, 2006 - Medical - 141 pages
Drawing upon the experience of three clinicians who are experts and teachers in the field, Ambulatory Hysteroscopy, an evidence-based guide to diagnosis and therapy, is an important addition to the literature relating to this extremely exciting and rapidly advancing field of gynecological practice, which is likely to be applied widely by nurses and general practitioners in the near future Featuring many high quality colour pictures and diagrams for clear, easy understanding of technical concepts and their application, and Key Points at the end of each chapter as a method to reinforce the take home messages ensures this title is a balanced and pragmatic guide to the whole field of clinical hysteroscopy with particular focus on outpatient diagnostic and operative techniques. This book also includes MCQs that have been carefully designed to test the reader's theoretical and practical knowledge of the hysteroscopy, to prompt thought and discussion which will undoubtedly lead to a better understanding of the subject. Full answers with explanatory text will be provided throughout and, therefore, readers will find this book very useful for self-assessment during their initial preparation for their exams as well as final revision. This title covers the theoretical aspect of the specialist nurse hysteroscopy training programme to help equip nurses with the specific knowledge they need to become independent practitioners in diagnostic hysteroscopy and so is recommended to hysteroscopy nurses, as well as to qualified gynaecologists as well as trainees. This book also complements courses and special study modules being developed by the Royal Colleges and professional bodies in the UK and Europe and uses a selection of multiple choice questions with full answers, key message boxes and references, thereby testing the reader's knowledge & preparation for the new MRCOG examination, and so is also recommended to MRCOG candidates and candidates for relevant Royal College examinations.

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S. H. Bakour, S. E. Jones and K. S. Khan are all experienced clinicians.

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