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Patient case study: The tricky fit

Patient discussion on a referral with intracervical blocks

     

    This patient has been referred from a colleague “unable to pass uterine sound”, you have been asked to help, as you are trained in intracervical blocks. She has tried pills and forgets to take them and doesn’t like thought of implant. These patient case studies are all fictitious.

     
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    Learning objectives:

    • What are the important considerations pre IUS fitting in more challenging cases?
    • What counselling considerations would you need to think about for Mandy?

     

    Duration | 8 minutes 47 seconds

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