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Assessment of patients undergoing elective surgical procedures on an outpatient basis carries risks that range from mortality through non-lethal injuries to costs incurred for inappropriate testing. Ambulatory surgery accounts for over 60% of elective surgical procedures for most areas of the...
Ultrasound has changed gynaecological practice and continues to do so. One of the earliest applications of abdominal scanning in gynaecology was for monitoring follicular development during fertility treatment with clomiphene citrate or gonadotrophins in the 1960s and 1970s. Subsequently, it was...
In the last decade, advancements have been made in hysteroscopic techniques, instrumentation and indications. Vaginoscopic hysteroscopy is performed without medication, cervical dilation and use of vaginal speculum or cervical tenaculum. To prevent complications during uterine access, both...
Although ambulatory hysteroscopy is well established in dedicated centres, there is a delay in its general implementation. One reason for this may be the lack of consensus regarding a protocol for analgesia and anaesthesia in ambulatory hysteroscopy. This review looks at the various methods in...
The aim of ambulatory gynaecology is to admit, treat and discharge the patient on the same day in an outpatient setting. Traditional inpatient operations are being rapidly replaced by office, outpatient or day surgery procedures. In this review, a brief assessment of current ambulatory...
Transvaginal laparoscopy (TvL) offers an alternative to standard diagnostic laparoscopy in subfertile patients without obvious pelvic pathology. With a specially developed needle-trocar system, access to the pouch of Douglas is gained through a needle puncture of the posterior fornix. Performed...
This chapter describes the changing cultural background of health care from which any service is delivered. In particular, the authors hope to outline cultural, educational, technical and environmental changes that have been used as opportunities to develop a quality-assessed outpatient...
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