Delayed Pushing; Pocket Pearls with Ghamar Bitar, MD

Pockets Pearls is an online video reference library created by residents for residents. The mission is to have an easily accessible, readily available, resource to turn to when encountering unfamiliar clinical situations. The videos are intended to be short and provide information on how to initially manage different clinical scenarios we commonly encounter as OB/GYNs. The hope is that residents may access these videos on their way to evaluate a patient to formulate an initial differential diagnosis or management strategy.

TDaP in Pregnancy; Pocket Pearls with Ghamar Bitar, MD

Pockets Pearls is an online video reference library created by residents for residents. The mission is to have an easily accessible, readily available, resource to turn to when encountering unfamiliar clinical situations. The videos are intended to be short and provide information on how to initially manage different clinical scenarios we commonly encounter as OB/GYNs. The hope is that residents may access these videos on their way to evaluate a patient to formulate an initial differential diagnosis or management strategy

The ARRIVE Trial; Pocket Pearls with Ghamar Bitar, MD

Pockets Pearls is an online video reference library created by residents for residents. The mission is to have an easily accessible, readily available, resource to turn to when encountering unfamiliar clinical situations. The videos are intended to be short and provide information on how to initially manage different clinical scenarios we commonly encounter as OB/GYNs. The hope is that residents may access these videos on their way to evaluate a patient to formulate an initial differential diagnosis or management strategy.

Intrahepatic Cholestasis of Pregnancy; Pocket Pearls with Jordan Klebanoff, MD

Pockets Pearls is an online video reference library created by residents for residents. The mission is to have an easily accessible, readily available, resource to turn to when encountering unfamiliar clinical situations. The videos are intended to be short and provide information on how to initially manage different clinical scenarios we commonly encounter as OB/GYNs. The hope is that residents may access these videos on their way to evaluate a patient to formulate an initial differential diagnosis or management strategy.

Cesarean Hysterectomy Placenta Accreta

Pocket Procedures is a video series created by residents for residents. The mission is to create a video library of a variety of surgeries, procedures, techniques, and principals to help physicians prepare for cases or grasp difficult surgical concepts and skills. These videos are in no way intended to demonstrate the only way to perform a particular procedure or surgery but rather to document our experience at Christiana Care Health System in the department of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

Vaginal Birth After Cesarean; DE OBGYN Resident Lecture Series with James Manley, MD

Summary of ACOG Practice Bulletin 184 November 2017

Delaware Resident Lecture Series with James Manley, MD

The Delaware Resident Lecture series is a variety of short lectures by James Manley MD designed for the OBGYN residents at Christiana Care Hospital in Newark Delaware. Future lectures will be condensed summaries of ACOG publications (practice bulletins, committee opinions, practice advisories etc) that hopefully will be of benefit to the time-pressed resident who is primarily a visual learner. Previous lectures have included topics including GYN ultrasound and interviews with visiting professors. Content should not be considered standard of care, but should serve as educational guidelines.

Find the VBAC calculator link below:

https://mfmunetwork.bsc.gwu.edu/PublicBSC/MFMU/VGBirthCalc/vagbrth2.html

NSAIDs and Hypertension in Obstetrics; Pocket Pearls with Jordan Klebanoff, MD

Pockets Pearls is an online video reference library created by residents for residents. The mission is to have an easily accessible, readily available, resource to turn to when encountering unfamiliar clinical situations. The videos are intended to be short and provide information on how to initially manage different clinical scenarios we commonly encounter as OB/GYNs. The hope is that residents may access these videos on their way to evaluate a patient to formulate an initial differential diagnosis or management strategy.

Postpartum Hemorrhage Tranexamic Acid Part 3; Pocket Pearls by Jordan Klebanoff, MD

Pockets Pearls is an online video reference library created by residents for residents. The mission is to have an easily accessible, readily available, resource to turn to when encountering unfamiliar clinical situations. The videos are intended to be short and provide information on how to initially manage different clinical scenarios we commonly encounter as OB/GYNs. The hope is that residents may access these videos on their way to evaluate a patient to formulate an initial differential diagnosis or management strategy.

Induction of Labor Part 3; Pocket Pearls by Jordan Klebanoff, MD

Pockets Pearls is an online video reference library created by residents for residents. The mission is to have an easily accessible, readily available, resource to turn to when encountering unfamiliar clinical situations. The videos are intended to be short and provide information on how to initially manage different clinical scenarios we commonly encounter as OB/GYNs. The hope is that residents may access these videos on their way to evaluate a patient to formulate an initial differential diagnosis or management strategy.

Diagnostic Imaging in Pregnancy and Lactation; DE OBGYN Resident Lecture Series with James Manley, MD

Summary of ACOG Committee Opinion 723, October 2017

Delaware Resident Lecture Series with James Manley, MD

The Delaware Resident Lecture series is a variety of short lectures by James Manley MD designed for the OBGYN residents at Christiana Care Hospital in Newark Delaware. Future lectures will be condensed summaries of ACOG publications (practice bulletins, committee opinions, practice advisories etc) that hopefully will be of benefit to the time-pressed resident who is primarily a visual learner. Previous lectures have included topics including GYN ultrasound and interviews with visiting professors. Content should not be considered standard of care, but should serve as educational guidelines.