Women health research dealing with female reproductive systems and breasts is very important. Latest research concentrating on pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period plays a major role. Gynaecological examination is quite intimate, more so than a routine physical exam. It also requires unique instrumentation such as the speculum. An abdominal or vaginal ultrasound can be used to confirm any abnormalities appreciated with the bimanual examination or when indicated by the patient's history. Pre- and post-operative medical management will often employ many standard drug therapies such as antibiotics, diuretics, antihypertensives and antiemetics. Additionally, gynaecologists make frequent use of specialized hormone-modulating therapies such as Clomifene citrate and hormonal contraception to treat disorders of the female genital tract that are responsive to pituitary or gonadal signals. Surgery, however, is the mainstay of gynaecological therapy. The rise of sub-specialties within gynaecology which are primarily surgical in nature, like urogynaecology and gynaecological oncology have strengthened the reputations of gynaecologists as surgical practitioners.
Child Health is one of the vital branches that involves the medical care of infants, children, and adolescents. Paediatrician is a key person who manages the health of children, including physical, behavioural and mental health issues. They are trained professionals to diagnose and treat childhood illnesses, from minor health problems to serious diseases. They are necessary in every stage of child’s development. Paediatricians focus on babies, children, adolescents and young adults from birth to age 21 years to reduce infant and child mortality, to control infectious disease, to foster healthy lifestyles, to ease the difficulties of children and adolescents with chronic conditions. Children represent the future and ensuring their healthy growth and development ought to be a prime concern of all societies. New-borns are particularly vulnerable and children are vulnerable to malnutrition and infectious diseases, many of which can be effectively prevented or treated by our Paediatricians.
Clinical research enables women to mitigate the discomforts and helps to live their life to the fullest.
Advancement in child health research empowers to treat the children with chronic and traumatic illnesses, facilitating to lead a healthy life.
Subject areas include, but are not restricted to the below themes:
Abdominal Imaging, Breast Cancer, Cervical Cancer, Community Gynaecology, Family Planning, Fetal Medicine, General Gynaecology, Genitourinary Medicine, Gynaecologic Surgery, Gynaecological Endocrinology, Gynaecological Oncology, Gynaecological Urology, Infertility, Laparoscopic Surgery, Menopause, Midwifery, Obstetrical Complications, Operative Gynaecology, Ovarian Cancer, Oviduct and Placenta Pathology, Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, Perinatology, Pre and Post Pregnancy, Pregnancy Trauma, Prenatal Diagnosis, Preterm Labour, Reproductive Ethics, Reproductive Medicine, Sexual Dysfunction, Sexual Medicine, Vaginitis, Adolescent Medicine, Child Health, Down’s Syndrome, Neonatal Biology, Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine, Neonatology, Nursing, Child Allergy, Child Asthma, Paediatric Dentistry, Paediatric Dermatology, Child Epidemiology, Paediatric Gastroenterology, Infant Genetics, Paediatric Haematology, Child Immunology, Paediatric Medicine, Paediatric Nephrology, Paediatric Obesity, Paediatric Oncology, Paediatric Ophthalmology, Paediatric Psychology, Paediatric Radiology, Paediatric Respirology, Paediatric Rheumatology, Child Subspecialties, Paediatric Surgery, Child Toxicology, Paediatric Trauma.
The desire of CPQ Women and Child Health is to publish articles in all related aspects.
To assess the transcutaneous bilirubin (TcB) measurements, in preterm neonates, versus total serum bilirubin (TSB) testing.
The study carried out, in neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), on 51 babies. Babies have same ethnicity, [...] READ MORE
The main objective of this study was to validate a construct, the scale of 11 items on the reasons for consuming drugs for a sample of young people in Portugal. It intends to reflect on the main reasons why young people use drugs, as well as whether these are associated with characteristics of youth groups and risk behaviours, [...] READ MORE
Mucinous cystadenoma (MC) of the ovary by definition is a unilateral, multilocular cystic and benign epithelial tumor. We report here a successful surgical management of a large mucinous cystadenoma misdiagnosed as a large uterine fibroid first in a pregnant woman. [...] READ MORE
The discovery of cell free fetal DNA (cffDNA) in the maternal circulation have opened up new possibilities for noninvasive prenatal diagnosis (NIPD) more than one decade. Analysis of cffDNA from maternal plasma by PCR based technologies and high resolution melting analysis (HRM) offers great potential screening single gene disorders for NIPD. The aim of our study is to screen the paternal alleles derived from father in cffDNA for the risk of alpha and beta thalassemias using HRM assay using cffD [...] READ MORE
Novel minimally invasive surgery technique is a new option for the treatment of this condition. We hereby, are reporting a case of a 42 years old woman who developed an uterocutaneous fistula 3 months after myomectomy and was treated by minimally invasive supracervical hysterectomy and fistulectomy. [...] READ MORE
Paget disease of the vulva is a chronic, rare type of vulvar malignancies that occurs in postmenopausal women. Vulvar Paget’s disease is a rare neoplasm of the vulva that presents as a dermatological benign disease. Recurrences are common and the selection of the accurate management is very challenging. [...] READ MORE
The novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) that causes COVID-19 has spread rapidly since emerging in late 2019, leading the World Health Organization (WHO) to declare the disease a global pandemic. Experts have been trying to respond to curb transmission of the virus and to provide care for the many who have been infected throughout the world. [...] READ MORE
The attack of malaria infection in pregnancy, often result to harmful effects which may involve the mother’s health, the baby’s health or both. This study was set to determine the effect of malaria infection in pregnancy on some fibrinolytic markers at different trimester in pregnant women attending the ante-natal clinics in University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital and Rivers State University Teaching Hospital Port Harcourt, Nigeria. [...] READ MORE
Burgeoning interest have been directed in the recent past towards antibiotic resistance exhibited by bacterial infections. Currently, global unrestrained use of broad-spectrum antibiotics has been singled out as the prime factor for this devastating issue. Therefore, any efforts to mitigate usage of antibiotics in most common recurrent bacterial infections such as urinary and respiratory tract infections could be considered as a boon to circumvent this global challenge. [...] READ MORE
An upcoming article from Sweden (Swepis=Swedish post-term induction study) has been discussed widely even before it is published in the BMJ. The authors conclude that the risk for fetal demise of post-term pregnancy in week 42 compared to week 41 was so high that the study was interrupted before it was fulfilled. [...] READ MORE