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An obstetrician is a specialist dealing with the care of women and their children during pregnancy, childbirth and postnatal period. A mid-wife is the equivalent of an obstetrician but doesn't have a doctorate degree, only a nursing degree and secondary education specializing in pre and postnatal care.
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There was a obstetrician helping a lady to give birth
Obstetricians and Gynecologist Doctor Job Description: Obstetricians and gynecologists (ob/gyns) are specialists whose focus is women's health. They are responsible for general medical care for women, but also provide care related to pregnancy and the reproductive system. Like general practitioners,...
As of 2010, In the USA the annual median Obstetrician Salary is $248,000.
None. Both are equal professions. And as per their differential  earnings, it hardly dependes upon the specialisation, but on your  own efforts, intelligence, devotion and consistency!!
If you love bringing new life into the world and believe that anything is possible when a new life enters the world, this would be the perfect career for you.
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Good money, help bring a new life, see happy mother and baby.
You will need a checkup to make sure the uterus is empty. If it's not they have to scrape it so you don't get infections so keep the appointment.
As of 2010, In the USA the annual median Obstetrician Salary is $248,000.
  No one is really sure how many hours an obstetrician works but if it is 96 hours a week then it might be about 14 hours a day.
If you are a OB/GYN you are a doctor so you have to go to med school.
A GYNAC MAKES 60,000 Rs IN HOSPITAL BASED JOBES BUT IN PRIVATE PRATICE he /she can makes upto 3 lacs to 10 lacs per month depending on area and his/ her pratice.
As of 2010, In the USA the annual median Obstetrician Salary is $248,000, that's $20,666.00 monthly. The lower end 10% is around $101,000 annually. The upper end 10% is around $350,000 annually.
Many physicians and surgeons work long, irregular hours. Over one-third of full-time physicians and surgeons worked 60 hours or more a week in 2006. Only 8 percent of all physicians and surgeons worked part-time, compared with 15 percent for all occupations. Physicians and surgeons must travel...
It is very good to get into and they make good money.
It is very difficult to answer this question, but your worry is understandable. Look at the table of Top Universities for obstetrics and this may held. Depending on the university choice will depend on how quick you are accepted for work, no matter how great your GCSEs and A-Level grades were.
The average median salary would be $120. per hour. The average median salary weekly would be $4800. The average median salary monthly would be $20,666. As of 2010, In the USA the annual median Obstetrician Salary is $248,000. The lower end 10% is around $101,000 annually. The upper end 10% is...
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Optometrists deal with eyes and eyesight, obstetricians deal with pregnancies and delivering babies
There are no known sources of pictures or functions of the instruments used in normal spontaneous delivery. There is risk of unwanted and illegal surgeries performed by making this information available.
A physician whose specialty is delivering babies is an obstetrician. Family physicians also deliver babies.
Recommend that the patient do blood sugar curves on herself with her glucometer, at home, every day for a week, and modify her insulin dosage habits (very slightly) to adjust for the different eating pattern.
The doctor to patient ratio in Uganda is 1:1500
OB GYN are specialists on women's reproductive system so they deliver babies, perform abortions, help infertile couples getting pregnant, examine women and give them contraceptives etc. They work in hospitals and clinics.
Obstetrician and Gynaecologist is a specialist Medicinal doctor in women care before, during and after pregnancy Paediatrician is a specialist medicinal doctor for children only
To become an Oncologist, or cancer specialist....  To become an Oncologist, or cancer specialist, a medical degree is  the first requirement and usually takes four-six years to earn  (depending on the country). After that, a one (1) year internship  and several years (generally two (2)) of...
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The average would be $20,666. per month. As of 2010, In the USA the annual median Obstetrician Salary is $248,000. The lower end 10% is around $101,000 annually. The upper end 10% is around $350,000 annually.
== Answer ==   at least 2 sciences in gcse grade c or above maths c or above and a diploma
Becoming an obstetrician requires a long educational road, so be prepared for a lifelong learning experience. Most start with a Bachelor of Science degree, however some Bachelor of Arts graduates may be accepted into medical school programs. While in high school, take math and science classes. Also,...
As of 2010, In the USA the annual median Obstetrician Salary is $248,000. The lower end 10% is around $101,000 annually. The upper end 10% is around $350,000 annually.
To be an obstetrician, a medical degree from an accredited medical  school must be earned. A degree such as the Doctor of Osteopathic  Medicine degree (D.O.), Doctor of Medicine degree (M.D.), or the  Bachelor of Surgery/Bachelor of Medicine degree (MBBS/MBChB) must  be earned along with a...
They have to see how far a woman is at the time of pregnancy. they  have to do numeric readings of pregnancy hormones. Determining a  baby's healthy size. And any medication that the mother or baby has  to take, and how much
  == Answer ==     No college/university guarantees you getting into medical school and then into the OBGYN residency program. Some colleges boast 100% acceptance into medical school, but this statistic is skewed and doesn't account for HOW MANY times people applied andwere rejected,...
In the past any type of doctor could work in an emergency department, but now most of the newly hired emergency medicine doctors specialize in Emergency Medicine.
Brains and discipline. Get a science related bachelor's degree, apply to med school, do well enough to get a slot in a residency somewhere, and do your multi-year residency in ob/gyn. If you aren't smart or disciplined enough to finish a bachelor's in biology with at least a 3.5 GPA you probably...
Answer  Obstetrics and gynaecology (often abbreviated Ob-Gyn in the US and O&G elsewhere) form a single medical specialty and have a combined postgraduate training program. Some generalists can work as obstetricians, mainly in rural areas. All gynaecologists, therefore, are trained...
A whole, whole, WHOLE lot! Lots of time, around 15 years, and however much a bachelor's in science and four years at a med school costs to be exact.
More women and babies would die without them saving their lives at birth. They are also saving women's life by finding cancer early etc when they care for women's health.
A high IQ, combined with very strong study habits.
The fathers right and responsibilities to the child does not start until it's born if we talk laws here but there can be a moral responsibility too of course but that would be voluntarily. If we talk about her causing harm deliberately and he wants to report it, there might be something that is...
The person has been pregnant 3 times.
  == Answer ==   The perinatal period is that around the time of birth. A perinatologist is an obstetrical specialist concerned with the care of the mother and fetus at higher-than-normal risk for complications. Since the perinatal period, depending on the definition, starts at the 20th to...
  == Answer ==     Apprenticeship generally is considered to be the best way to learn this trade. The apprenticeship program consists of 4 or 5 years of on-the-job training and an average of 200 hours per year of classroom instruction. Apprenticeship programs provide comprehensive...
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A midwife is a skilled birth professional who attends low-risk births either at home, in a birth center or a hospital. Some midwives gain their skills through apprenticeship and are usually referred to as Certified Professional Midwife (CPM). Many midwives are Certified Nurse-Midwives (CNM), these...
Yes you can go to school and first become a nurse and then go back to med school and study to become a doctor.
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what happens if a man gets pregnant. will the baby come out its  penis.
12 years.   ----   In order to become an Obstetrician, you must first complete high school and all undergraduate pre-requisites. This usually includes a baccalaureate degree (4 years, at least). Then you must complete medical school (4 years) and a residency in Obstetrics/Gynecology (4 years)....
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As of 2010, In the USA the annual median Obstetrician Salary is $248,000. The lower end 10% is around $101,000 annually. The upper end 10% is around $350,000 annually.
At my local hospital that came into my school gyns and obstetricians made like 250,000 dollars. (Somewhere around that ball park).
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More than you will make in a lifetime
Pregnant patients are treated by obstetricians.
Interesting to say the least! Probably a bit smelly too ;p
Generally a plastic surgeon will make much more money than an OB/GYN
Half of all obstetricians in the United States between $190,000 and $277,000 per year.
they have the responcibellites to talk and learn
That depends on what part of the country they live in and whether you're talking about an annual salary or what it costs to have a baby delivered. I live in the north east and Obstetricians who are employed by hospitals make in the neighborhood of $150K-$200K as a salary. They could possibly make...
You need a 4 year degree in college and a 2-4 year degree in the ob/gyn field. In total a 5-8 years of college. Don't be discourage 8 is only if your in training for Bothe Ob/and Gyn.
The job outlook for a obstetrician is most available in low- priced areas
well, two are focus and knowledge
because women can emphasize with women's complaints. men can't . they have not idea other than from a book or heard from their wife. some women get the answer of "well its a very familiar woman's complaint - live with it" He wouldn't say that if he was a she!
As of 2010, In the USA the annual median Obstetrician Salary is $248,000. The lower end 10% is around $101,000 annually. The upper end 10% is around $350,000 annually.
The person is very jumpy and nervous and worries about everything.
Obstetrics and gynaecology
Usually just starting out they would make in the lower 10% until they built up their practice, if they are very good in a few years they could be in the upper 10% or better. The average median salary would be $120. per hour. The average median salary weekly would be $4800. The average median...
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The average median salary would be $120. per hour. The average median salary weekly would be $4800. The average would be $20,666. per month. As of 2010, In the USA the annual median Obstetrician Salary is $248,000. The lower end 10% is around $101,000 annually. The upper end 10% is around ...
== USA ==     Undergraduate degree (BA or BS, 4 years)     Medical school (4 years)     OB/GYN residency (4 years)     Medical school is very competitive. You need good grades in college and a good score on your MCAT (Medical College Admission Test) to get in. You must...
Yes they are the head doctor
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Very ill patients will need to be hospitalized in an intensive care unit. Depending on the types of complications a particular patient experiences, a variety of treatments may be necessary, including intravenous fluids, blood transfusions
i would def wear a tampon ! a pad might be too bulky
Not sure where the "Vigorously" comes from, but all newborns are suctioned at birth, The mouth first followed by the nostrils. This is done to clear the airway immediately. Your basic ABC's (Airway, Breathing, Circulation) That rule never goes away.