Hysteroscopic Fluid Management System (FMS)
This Hysteroscopic Fluid Management System (FMS) course will teach you:
- How the hysteroscopic fluid management system works and how to use the device.
After studying this Hysteroscopic Fluid Management System (FMS) course you are familiar with the most common complications:
- TURP syndrome
- Pulmonary edema
- Air embolism
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Step by step
A hysteroscopic fluid management system is a device which is used during hysteroscopic procedures, to achieve uterine distention, by building a certain fluid pressure in the uterine cavity. The system measures fluid balance and intrauterine pressure during a hysteroscopy procedure. Fluid loss during the procedure is carefully monitored.
Hysteroscopic procedures are used to diagnose or treat problems of the uterus by inspection of the endometrial cavity using a transcervical approach. Diagnostic and operative hysteroscopy are standard in gynecologic practice.
The following conditions may be treated by therapeutic hysteroscopic procedures: abnormal uterine bleeding; uterine myomas; polyps and fibroids; intrauterine adhesions; intrauterine septa or other congenital anomalies such as didelphis. In addition, sterilization and infertility studies are performed.
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