By Paul D Blumenthal MD MPH, Jonathan S. Berek MD MMS
Office dependent systems in surgical fields are swiftly starting to be bearing in mind swifter prognosis and therapy. This new book, A functional consultant to workplace Gynecologic Procedures provides the step by step consultant to office-based approaches physicians have to deal with ladies within the ambulatory setting.
Covering the main typical place of work gynecologic systems, this new booklet covers symptoms, right positioning, anesthesia and kit wanted for over 35 office-based tactics. Chapters additionally current cautious counsel on potent sufferer management.
Perform gynecologic methods in an economical ambulatory surroundings, whereas bettering the result on your sufferers with this easy-to-use scientific reference.
• Written by way of the school, fellows, and citizens of the Stanford division of Obstetrics and Gynecology
• contains foreword by way of prestigious Editor, Dr. Jonathan Berek
• useful, illustrated consultant offers the “need-to-know” info on appearing universal place of work procedures
• CPT codes are indexed to avoid wasting you time
• Over 250 complete color-figures (illustrations, photographs) aid establish and reveal how you can practice techniques
• handy significant other web site comprises absolutely searchable textual content and photographs delivering you entry to the content material anytime
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Analgesics may be prescribed for outpatient pain management in the recovery period. CPT Code 56405. indd 22 12/01/13 8:09 AM 3 5 Condylomata and Molluscum Contagiosum Anahita Jafari and Paul D. Blumenthal Destruction of Condyloma (Genital Warts) Anogenital warts is the most common viral sexually transmitted infection in the United States. These warts, condylomata acuminata, are caused by human papilloma virus (HPV) infection, most commonly subtypes 6 and 11. The incubation period after exposure ranges from 3 weeks to 8 months.
4 ● Performing ECC. From Thomas J. Zuber, EJ. Mayeaux Jr. Atlas of primary care procedures. Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2004. III. Colposcopy in pregnant patients 1. Avoid ECC. 2. Limit biopsies to lesions suggesting severe dysplasia or invasive cancer. 3. Anticipate heavier bleeding if biopsies are obtained. 4. Schedule postpartum follow-up for repeat colposcopy. Aftercare • Bleeding from biopsy sites • Apply direct pressure. • Silver nitrite—Dry area with cotton swab and then immediately apply silver nitrate stick.
Insert a Graves speculum into vagina and obtain unobstructed view of cervix. 2. Remove any mucus, blood, or discharge that obscures visualization using a cotton Q tip soaked in saline. 3. Examine the cervix and vagina grossly under bright light for any obvious areas of erosion, ulceration, or leukoplakia. 4. Apply 3% acetic acid solution liberally to the cervix with cotton swabs for up to 60 seconds. 2 ● Record abnormal lesions and biopsy sites. From Thomas J. Zuber, EJ. Mayeaux Jr. Atlas of primary care procedures.