OB: Pregnancy Complications Module From IU Emergency Response Training Institute With Additional Resources

As I remind occasional visitors, this blog and these posts are my peripheral brain (a way for me to remember and have a record of my medical studies).

The OB Clinic Online And Live Session from the IU’s Emergency Response Training Institute is an excellent basic course for all clinicians (physicians, nurses, NPs, PAs, EMTs, and paramedics).

This post consists of excerpts from the OB: Pregnancy Complications Course module of the OB Clinic Course at IU’s Emergency Response Training Institute:

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           Pregnancy Complications:

            When Things Don’t Go As Planned

 

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Pre-eclampsia and Eclampsia:

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Miscarriages:

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Placental Commplications:

Placenta Previa:

 

  • Painless
  • May have some bleeding
  • Can be partial or complete

Placental Abruption:

  • Painful
  • Bright red bleeding
  • May or may not be traumatic

Trauma:

What’s Normal in a Pregnant Patient

How Pregnant Is She?

Mechanisms of Injury

 

You can print PDFs of the following two page handout below [Link] from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration:

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