Acting Intern Ob/Gyn Maternal-Fetal Medicine
*For students taking this course during S1-F1 in 2021 in preparation for residency, students will take 2 weeks of this course and 2 weeks of OBST 7544. For F2 going forward, this course will be the full 4 weeks.*
Catalog Description: Students will receive in-depth exposure to diagnosis and management of maternal and fetal complications of pregnancy. It is recommended that students take this course in Period SP3 aor SP4 of year 3 or during year 4.
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Students go to both sites
Required session attendance:
Typical weekly schedule/Delivery Mode: Students work closely with the MFM resident PGY 2 and/or 3 assigned to L&D. Student will paticipate in morning rounds and sign out daily. Will be involved with inpatient and outpatient care of the MFM practice. Overnight call is not assigned, but can be taken at discretion of student/resident.
Direct patient care: Yes
Consent Requirement: Open to student scheduling
Course Objectives: Students will be under the guidance of the Maternal-Fetal Medicine faculty. Students will be involved in both the inpatient and outpatient care of Maternal-Fetal Medicine practice including the diagnosis and treatment of: preterm labor, preeclampsia, fetal structural and genetic abnormalities and maternal medical conditions complicating pregnancy. Students will see detailed ultrasound examinations, amniocentesis, chorionic villus sampling and possible other invasive fetal diagnostic and therapeutic procedures such as fetal shunt placement or EXIT procedures. They may also choose to spend time with a genetic counselor, pediatric cardiologist (performing fetal echocardiograms), or other pediatric sub-specialists in prenatal consultation for fetal abnormalities.
- Clinical Assessment by attending
Grading Scale: H/E/S/N
Allow repetition of course: Repetition not allowed
Limited to Student Type: No
Course equivalency: N/A
Related curricular experience:
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