PRE-PERINATAL MEDICINE AND REPRODUCTION PATHOLOGY
|GENERAL AND SPECIALIST PEDIATRICS (1 credits)||OBS. AND GYN. NURSING SCIENCES A + OBS. AND GYN. NURSING SCIENCES B (3 credits)|
|GENERAL AND APPLIED HYGIENE (0 credits)||GYNECOLOGY AND OBSTETRICS (1 credits)|
Learning outcomes of the course unit
Students must acquire the knowledge to treat and monitor a foetus in the uterus using ultrasound methodologies before and after the foetus has reached an autonomous ability to live.
Students must have attended propedeutic lectures.
Course contents summary
Year of course : II Semester : I
INTEGRATED COURSE E-9: PRE–PERINATAL MEDICINE AND REPRODUCTION PATHOLOGY, NEONATOLOGY
Credits 5.5 = 165 hours of lessons (70% = 115.5 hours of lessons - 30% = 49.5 hours of student study)
Coordinator : Prof. Giulio Bevilacqua
Subject: GYNAECOLOGY AND OBSTETRICS VII – MED/40 (Prenatal diagnosis by ultrasound)
Lecturer: Prof. Giovanni Piantelli (RC) firstname.lastname@example.org
Credits : 0.5 = 10.5 hours (70% = 7.5 hours - 3 hours of student study)
Course programme: 1st trimester pathology, multiple pregnancies; delay in growth (S GA-IUGR), invasive and non-invasive prenatal diagnosis, ultrasound during pregnancy 1st, 2nd, 3rd trimester; uterus-vaginal malformations; association of maternal factors in pelvic pathology; maternal-foetus infections (toxoplasmosis, cytomegalovirus, herpes, rubella, parvovirus, mumps, chickenpox, measles, etc.); physical principles of different types of ultrasound: B/W, Colour, Power, 3-4D, TA,TV.
Ostetricia e Ginecologia : C. Nappi , Idelson-Gnocchi – Naples, 2004
Lectures and practice.
Assessment: oral test following the exam calendar.
Student requirements: attendance of at least three quarters of the lecture hours and the study of the recommended texts.