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Unformatted text preview: Interdisciplinary School of Health Sciences Faculty of Health Sciences University of Ottawa HSS 2101 B Health Problems (3 credits) Professor: Dr. Karen Phillips Office Hours: Templeton Room 215, Tuesdays 1:00-2:20pm After end of classes office hours will be moved to different date. Date Topic Tuesday, March 1 14. Diseases/Disorders of the Gastrointestinal Tract Chapter 9 Friday, March 4 15. Cardiovascular Disease I Chapter 6 Tuesday, March 8 16. Cardiovascular Disease II Chapter 7 Friday, March 11 17. Respiratory Disease Chapter 8 Tuesday, March 15 18. Pathology of the Reproductive System- Chapter 11 (Assignment Due 5%) Friday, March 18 19. Diseases Associated with Pregnancy Chapter 12 Tuesday, March 22 20. Renal Pathology Chapter 10 CLASS EVAL. Friday, March 25 21. Diabetes Chapter 12 Tuesday, March 29 22. Diseases of the Endocrine System Chapter 12 Friday, April 1 23. Pathology of the Nervous System I Chapter 13 Tuesday, April 5 24. Pathology of the Nervous System II Chapter 13 Friday, April 8 REVIEW Final Exam Lectures 14-24; 45% Pregnancy-Related Health Problems Pregnancy-Related Health Problems Ectopic pregnancy Miscarriage Still birth Placenta abruptio Placenta previa Preeclampsia Preterm Labor Labor & Delivery • gynecology, obstetrics, midwifery, doula, U/S technologist, nurse gynecology, obstetrics, midwifery, doula, U/S technologist, nurse Embryo implants in tissue outside of the uterus common site- fallopian tube, can occur in ovary, the abdomen, cervix). Ectopic Pregnancy Ectopic Pregnancy Causes: Conditions that obstruct or slow the passage of a fertilized egg through the fallopian tube eg. PID, congenital tube abnormalities, scarring Ectopic pregnancies occur from 1 in every 40 to 1 in every 100 pregnancies. Complications Abdominal pain, caused by distention of tube, irritation of pelvic peritoneum caused by bleeding in tube wall and tissues Rupture of tube- severe abdominal pain, profuse intra-abdominal bleeding caused by disruption of large tubal blood vessels at site of rupture, tubal rupture may prove fatal, severe hemorrhage Ectopic Pregnancy Ectopic Pregnancy Pregnancy Loss Pregnancy Loss stillbirth The placenta grows during pregnancy and stays connected to the wall of the uterus where it provides the fetus with nourishment. The placenta also secretes hormones that help regulate and maintain the pregnancy....
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This note was uploaded on 12/18/2011 for the course HSS 2101 taught by Professor Karenphillips during the Fall '11 term at University of Ottawa.

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