here is that list of ob medications that you are looking for:
- a huge list of medications you can link to for information. contains a lot of commonly used ob/gyn medications. from a military source for ob/gyn
it is part of this larger site which also has ob information and procedures on it, so you might want to bookmark it also:
includes links to the complete online textbook, laboratory tests commonly ordered in ob/gyn, medications commonly used in ob/gyn, ultrasound and x-ray used in ob/gyn, a large number of useful clinical forms you can download and print, and access to procedure videos that include a vaginal delivery, episiotomy, circumcision, pelvic exam, pap smear and much more.
- military obstetrics & gynecology procedures.
here are other ob links that i have:
- list of links of lectures, forms and tutorials on a variety of ob subjects from new york medical college
- this is a slide slow presentation on normal and abnormal labor from the new york medical college. some very nice photographs and drawings to illustrate points.
- index page of links in the online textbook of surgical emergencies in obstetrics & gynecology
- "vaginal birth" an interactive slide show. also includes a picture and short explanation about c-section.
- good pictures of cervical effacements and dilatation during labor
- listing of emedicines topics on obstetrics and gynecology
- "blue baby". diagnosing the cause of cyanosis in a newborn. by the department of pediatrics, university of arkansas for medical sciences. this is an interactive case study of a newborn with cyanosis. you get to play the doctor and diagnose the baby's condition. you can get help along the way.
just a word of caution about studying ob. . .if you have had children, cool. however, don't assume that it will help you with ob other than the personal experience you had. the trick with ob is to first know what normal labor and vaginal birth is supposed to be. the remainder of the subject (and that encompasses most of what is in all the ob textbooks) is what goes haywire. isn't that an eye-opener!
i have a specific care plan book for ob called maternal/newborn plans of care: guidelines for individualizing care
by marilynn e. doenges and mary frances moorhouse that i use for helping students with ob care plans
. i noticed when i was looking at care plan books on barnes and nobels' website the other day that there is another author who also has a book of ob care plans out now. i wrote about what was specifically in this doenges book on this thread back in june: https://allnurses.com/forums/f50/ob-...hlight=doenges
good luck with your ob semester/quarter!