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JULY 2019 ISSUE 2AICC RCOG SOUTH ZONENews Letter Structured hands -on training in repair of obstetric anal sphincter injuries (OASIS) A much needed training…
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JULY 2019 ISSUE 2AICC RCOG SOUTH ZONENews Letter Structured hands -on training in repair of obstetric anal sphincter injuries (OASIS) A much needed training initiative is implemented by AICC RCOG South ZoneDr Uma Ram ChairpersonDr Lakshmi S Fellow representative & TreasurerDr S Mayadevi S Kurup Fellow representativeDr Pranathi Reddy Fellow representativeDr Aruna Muralidhar Co-opted Fellow RepresentativeDr Sumana Manohar Co-opted Fellow RepresentativeDr Chinmayee Ratha Member Representative & SecretaryDr Georgy Joy Eralil Member RepresentativeDr Prasanth P Member RepresentativeDr Shameema KV Member RepresentativePerineal injury is common after birth and may be caused by tears or episiotomy or both. The clinical outcomes of Obstetric anal Sphincter Injuries (OASIS) can be debilitating to the women with a profound impact on quality of life. While the assessment and management of perineal trauma should be a core component of routine maternity care however, this remains an area of practice with huge gaps between the care given and established professionally agreed standards. Several studies and audits have shown, following a structured evidence-based training program in identifying and repairing OASIS, participants were able to perform better at identifying and repairing perineal trauma. Keeping this in mind the AICC RCOG South Zone, under Dr.Uma Ram’s leadership, launched a formal training program in association with J&J India and Indian College of O&G (ICOG). The irst phase of the program; Training of the Trainers (TOT); was initiated in June 2019. There was an initial brainstorming session at J&J centre Chennai where a structured module was formalized after much debate and discussion. This was followed by a training module being implemented in conjunction with ICOG in the city of Hyderabad at FOGSI TAIOG conference with a view to improve regional partnerships and enhance the reach of the program. In the second phase, the certi ied trainers are now being encouraged to conduct the structured programs in their own regions. We are hoping that this program will enable us to capture better epidemiological data and improve clinical practice. The AICC RCOG South Zone is very appreciative of the partnership J&J and ICOG in this much needed training initiative.www.aiccrcogsz.comTravel & Wild LifeIN SEARCH OF THE FIREFOX Stunted broad leaved trees, bamboo thickets and a particular narrow beaten footpath that cut through them was the habitat chosen by our trackers to ind the Firefox of the Himalaya. As we walked further down this path, towards a slightly steeper slope, the towering giant that was Mt.Kanchendzonga started peeking through the trees. We had come to the Ilam district of Nepal to understand the world of the Habre or the Red Panda. We had chosen this place as the Red Panda Network, a research and conservation NGO, operated out of Ilam and had provided the locals with training to track Pandas and to run simple homestays. It had already been three days and all we had to show for it were tracks. We were obviously not disappointed as the plethora of eastern Himalayan birds, the lowering rhododendrons, a pair of jumpy yellow-throated martens, blood pheasants, golden eagles and tragopans had all shown themselves to us. We even got a glimpse of the rare grey-headed lying squirrel on a night walk. But the Panda stayed a myth. Our trackers had found fresh scat on a jungle trail the previous day and were hopeful of inding the animal in the vicinity. ‘Panda move slowly, feed in the morning, potty in forest loor, drink water and climb tree to sleep' was the logic the locals used. I was not too convinced but went along as I had no other information to counter their logic. At one junction, our trackers asked me to wait under a tree as they split up into the wilderness. After 15 minutes, a few loud whistles were exchanged between them, scattering the Yuhinas that had kept me company. One of them burst out into the open from behind me.. “PANDA!!”. He grabbed my arm and took me through what looked like just thickets with no visibility till we reached a large oak tree. And there he was. Glowing bright red in the morning sun… Kanchendzonga behind me… My irst Panda!! Staring down at me from a tree-fork. The most beautiful mammal I had ever seen!! The local trackers were right…they usually are…and boy was I glad!!!About the Author Surya Ramachandran Surya is an author and naturalist who has been exploring the various habitats of the country over the last decade. He believes that sustainable tourism practices in non protected wilderness patches with the involvement of the community is the future of conservation and tourism. He currently operates out of small community lodges setup in remote villages of Ladakh.Irregular cycles, 21.2, months amenorrhea UPT positive, spotting and pain Potential diagnosis ? What test will help narrow the diagnosis ?www.aiccrcogsz.comFor those of us used to getting o the Tube at Baker Street and walking to 27 Sussex Place, this will soon become a pleasant nostalgia. The College will of icially move to Union Street, London Bridge in December 2019. The good news is that the College will move into a well designed purpose built premises in one of the most historic areas of London. London Bridge is one of the oldest parts of London, irst built by the Romans.Image Quiz - 2 What is this ?Events Roundup Part 3 Examiner Training - Chennai June 29th 2019The most important feature of any exam is the rigorous application of the passing standard so that candidates with the required skills will pass the exam regardless of where and when they take the exam. Hence the need for mandatory training program for examiners which will ensure that the examiners both clinical and lay are homogenous, neutral and exercise expert judgment. To that end the RCOG are insistent on training, reducing unconscious bias, understanding marking domains, providing examiner feedback and peer review. With this in view a Part 3examiner training was conducted in Chennai by Dr. Sue Ward, MRCOG Examinations and Assessment Committee. Coordinated by Dr. Uma Ram. 28 Clinical & 11 lay examiners were trained.Save the date 1.AICCRCOG -SZ annual regional meeting, Bangalore 16/17 November 20192.AICC RCOG Annual National Conference, Kolkata, 5th to 8th September 2019http://aiccrcogsz.com/ https://www.aiccrcog2019.com/ 3.Diabetes and Pregnancy : Before, During and Beyond. Chennai, on 3rd and 4th August 2019 . (This is a AICC RCOG SZ af iliated event) E-mail: diwwaaas@gmail.comPicture - 1 Contributor: Dr Uma Ram Ans: Molar ectopic HCG Picture - 2 Contributor: Dr Chinmayee RathaQUIZ AnswersAns: TRAP sequence - Monochorionic diamniotic sacs, One normally formed fetus, One amorphous mass with a feeding vessel No “heart” in the mass – “a cardiac”, The normal fetus pumps blood into both circulations, Hence “pump twin” is at risk of congestive heart failure.www.aiccrcogsz.com
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