James talks to Dr Ying Hong Li about the approach to PV bleeding and the management of PV bleeding in a non-pregnant patient.
Summary Writer: Amanda White
Editor: James Edwards
Interviewee: Ying Hong Li
Dr Ying Hong Li is a Subspecialty Fellow in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at Genea and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. Ying completed his Fellowship in minimally invasive gynaecological surgery in 2014 at specialty training in Obstetrics Gynaecology at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in 2013. He completed his medical degree at the University of New South Wales and Masters of Business Administration at the Macquarie Graduate School of Management. Ying is a reviewer for the British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
With Dr Ying Li, subspecialty fellow in Reproductive Endocrinology at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and Genea ®
Abnormal vaginal bleeding is a common problem experienced by women of all ages, affecting approximately 10-30% of those of reproductive age, and up to 50% of perimenopausal women. Junior doctors are commonly asked to see women presenting with acute per vaginal (PV) bleeding in the Emergency Department (ED), or to review them on the wards following admission. This podcast outlines a safe and effective approach to the initial assessment and management of PV bleeding in the non-pregnant patient.
You’re the junior doctor working in ED and are asked to see a 22-year-old patient with vaginal bleeding. The triage nurse has noted a negative urinary pregnancy test.
You are called on an after-hours shift about a 64-year-old female who is having vaginal bleeding on the ward, having been admitted for another reason.
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