Obstetrics and Gynecology Division
The Obstetrics and Gynecology Department offers a wide range of specialties in women’s health such as infertility, fertility, obstetrics, and complications in pregnancy, puberty, menopause, contraception and modern surgical gynecology. The section includes modern and ultra-modern equipment, such as the four-dimensional ultrasound, which allows the diagnosis of distortions with extreme precision.
Women undergo examinations and operations in women’s gynecological clinics for various reasons. These can include malignant diseases, hysterectomy for various reasons, sagging pelvic organs, incontinence, secondary infertility, polycystic ovaries, cervical hernias and any other similar operations (information bulletins).
Women who are certified by the Committee to have their pregnancy terminated (such as in the case of fetal malformations) are offered different ways to do so: Medications – Mavigine, Tsetotec, Laminaria, Bipolar Catheter, taking Vitotecin and Surgical Treatment/Removal of the fetus.
Nursing treatment in the department follows a “case management” mode for patients who are admitted to surgery.
Today, women’s health is focused on using innovative, complex interventions and surgeries. Our staff includes specialist doctors, certified nurses, social workers, pathogens and anesthesiologists who allow us to provide all services with the highest quality.
The IVF unit includes microscopic treatments, freezing eggs, freezing sperm, and freezing embryos with sophisticated techniques. Among our services is the presence of an advanced incubator, capable of monitoring the development of fertilized egg using the camera from the moment of fertilization to embryo conversion, and thus identifying the embryos that develop in the best way. This increases the chances of pregnancy success ( read more).
High-risk pregnancy: In pregnancy, some women suffer from high blood pressure, early contractions, multiple pregnancies, early and timely labor, bleeding, anemia, prolonged pregnancy, infections during pregnancy, kidney disease, hypercalcemia, Malignancy, delayed fetal development and pre-eclampsia.
The high-risk pregnancy unit addresses the following situations:
- Pregnant women with adherent placenta – Inclusion in the hospital includes monitoring until the end of pregnancy with the integration of the angiography unit and the implementation of the embolization procedure.
- Pregnant women who stay in the hospital for an optional cesarean section – hospital stay includes preparation, guidance and accompaniment in the operating room by a midwife.
The unit staff includes trained midwives and nurses who specialize in the treatment of pregnant women at high risk and help to provide for the physical and psychological needs of women.