Advanced Medical Systems, Inc.
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A Complete Unit of PRENATAL CARE - A SYSTEMS APPROACH includes enough material to provide care for 50 Prenatal Patients. It also provides sufficient material for the training of physicians and their office staffs in the use of the system.

The Individual components of a complete system include:

50- Prenatal Data Base Questionnaire Forms - Blank

50- Ambulatory Prenatal Flow Sheets - Blank

50- Genetic Questionnaires - Blank

1 - Prenatal Care Manual - which synthesizes the best referenced up to date obstetrical literature. It provides a concise standard of care for the prenatal patient. It allows for practical management of most prenatal risk factors and medical problems. (Approx. 300 pages)

1 - Master set of Patient Education Handouts enclosed in the Manual. Handouts are Designed for both Routine Prenatal Care topics as well as Complications and Risk Factor education. These may be photocopied for use in your office with your patients, or additional copies can be ordered thru Advanced Medical Systems.

1 DVD Training Video - Self Instructional Training Unit - 75 minutes of instructional time that provides training for the Physician, nursing staff and clerical office staff in the use of the system. The training unit makes use of a visit of a simulated patient.

1 - Instructional Packet -

Provides the training sheets and instructions needed to work thru the Self Instructional DVD training video and simulated patient visits.

THE FOLLOWING IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED AND AVAILABLE AT ADDITIONAL COST:

A Yearly Subscription to the Periodic Update Service.

The Update Service provides Manual insert pages which include revisions of existing information and new educational material along with Patient Education Handouts. New Topics and revisions of previous topics occur in the same practical and concise manner, keeping you abreast of new developments and changes in the field of Prenatal Care and Obstetrical Practice.

We welcome your decision to purchase and use

PRENATAL CARE - A SYSTEMS APPROACH