EBCOG P1 – Postnatal Care & SRH – day 6(EMQ) EBCOG Part 1 - Postnatal Care & SRH - day 6(EMQ) Name Email Phone Number A. 500–750 in 1000 B. 250 in 1000 C. 10 in 1000 D. 7.5 in 1000 E. 5 in 1000 F. 2–3 in 1000 G. 2 in 1000 H. 1 in 1000 I. 0.5 in 1000 J. 0.2 in 1000 Each of the following clinical scenarios relates to the process of consenting for a treatment procedure. For each patient, select the single most appropriate option from the list above. Each option may be used once, more than once or not at all. 1. A 29-year-old woman attends the gynaecology clinic wishing to discuss laparoscopic sterilisation as she wants a permanent method of contraception. During counselling, she enquires about the risk of a serious complication.Please select your answerA 500–750 in 1000B 250 in 1000C 10 in 1000D 7.5 in 1000E 5 in 1000F 2–3 in 1000G 2 in 1000H 1 in 1000I 0.5 in 1000J 0.2 in 10002.A junior specialty trainee is about to see a 30-year-old woman who wishes to be sterilised. Only Filshie clips are used for sterilisation in the unit where he works. What is the failure rate that should be quoted?Please select your answerA 500–750 in 1000B 250 in 1000C 10 in 1000D 7.5 in 1000E 5 in 1000F 2–3 in 1000G 2 in 1000H 1 in 1000I 0.5 in 1000J 0.2 in 10003.A couple attend the clinic to discuss permanent methods of contraception. The woman is aged 35 years, has a body mass index (BMI) of 37 kg/m2 and has had two caesarean sections. Her husband is aged 38 years. The woman is concerned about her risk of laparoscopic complications and wants her husband to consider a vasectomy. He enquires about the chance of late contraceptive failure after clearance for sterility is given following the vasectomy.Please select your answerA 500–750 in 1000B 250 in 1000C 10 in 1000D 7.5 in 1000E 5 in 1000F 2–3 in 1000G 2 in 1000H 1 in 1000I 0.5 in 1000J 0.2 in 1000A. AzathioprineB. TacrolimusC. SulfasalazineD. Mycophenolate mofetilE. PrednisoloneF. MethotrexateG. None 4. Drugs for IBD that have been shown to reversibly reduce male fertility are:Please select your answerA.AzathioprineB.TacrolimusC.SulfasalazineD.Mycophenolate mofetilE.PrednisoloneF.MethotrexateG.None5.Drugs used in IBD that can have a negative effect on folate levels are:Please select your answerA.AzathioprineB.TacrolimusC.SulfasalazineD.Mycophenolate mofetilE.PrednisoloneF.MethotrexateG.NoneTime is Up! By monisha|2021-04-08T05:13:42+00:00April 8, 2021|0 Comments Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditWhatsAppTumblrPinterestVkXingEmail About the Author: monisha Leave A Comment Cancel replyComment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.