Obstetrics-related Anatomy and Physiology (VO)

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Course lecturer:

Mag.a

 Beate Elvira Lamprecht

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Mag.a

 Birgit Münzer

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Course numberB3.06690.10.010
Course codefachsp.A
Curriculum2016
Semester of degree program Semester 1
Mode of delivery Presencecourse
SPPW1,5
ECTS credits1,5
Language of instruction German

The students should gain a profound knowledge of obstetrics-related anatomy and physiology, as well as the regular physiological processes in the woman's body. They shall be able to describe and explain the processes.

Specific anatomy and physiology of the female pelvis: pelvic floor, pelvic ligaments, innervation and blood supply
Specific anatomy and physiology of the reproductive organs, breasts, the perineum
Basics of endocrinological, neurobiological and neuroanatomical connections
Vgl. FH-Heb-AV StF: BGBl. II Nr. 1/2006 (version 2016) Minimum content of midwifery education. Appendix 4
General and specific anatomy and physiology

Coad, Jane & Dunstall, Melvin (2007). Anatomie und Physiologie für die Geburtshilfe. München: Urban & Fische/Elsevier.
Faller, Adolf & Schünke, Michael (2012). Der Körper des Menschen. Einführung in Bau und Funktion (16. ed.). Stuttgart: Thieme.
Mändle, Christine & Opitz-Kreuter, Sonja (2015). Das Hebammenbuch. Lehrbuch der praktischen Geburtshilfe (6. ed.). Stuttgart: Schattauer.
Silbernagl, Stefan & Despopoulos, Agamemnon (2012). Taschenatlas Physiologie (8. ed.). Stuttgart: Thieme.
Stiefel, Andrea, Geist, Christine & Harder, Ulrike (2013). Hebammenkunde. Lehrbuch für Schwangerschaft, Geburt, Wochenbett und Beruf (5. ed.). Stuttgart: Hippokrates.