Each of the 5 units of PROLOG addresses a major area in obstetrics and gynecology and consists of two parts-an assessment book and a critique book. Put your knowledge to the test and earn 25 CME credits! The obstetrician- gynecologist who completes Obstetrics, Seventh Edition, should be able to: Demonstrate an understanding of maternal and fetal physiology and pathophysiology and their impact on normal and complicated pregnancies Identify components of antepartum care that optimize maternal and perinatal outcomes in uncomplicated pregnancies, including education regarding normal pregnancy Diagnose and plan efficacious and cost-effctive management of medical and obstetric conditions encountered during the antepartum period. Identify the risks and prognosis of selected complications of pregnancy and in the neonate Describe invasive and noninvasive methods of fetal assessment in the antepartum period and identify the risks, indications, predictive value, and physiologic basis for tests Diagnose problems and manage obstetric emergencies. Select appropriate management strategies for intrapartum care and delivery Consider medical-legal principles, risk management and office management guidelines in obstetric practice.
Publisher: American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists