Gynecologist Interview Preparation Guide
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Gynecologist Frequently Asked Questions in various Gynecologist job interviews by interviewer. The set of questions are here to ensures that you offer a perfect answer posed to you. So get preparation for your new job interview

53 Gynecologist Questions and Answers:

1 :: Tell us is Some Bleeding Normal When Starting Hormone Replacement Therapy?

Yes, it is not uncommon to notice some light spotting during the first 3 months after beginning Hormone Replacement Therapy. Heavy bleeding like your menstrual cycle is not normal and should be reported to the doctor immediately.

2 :: Tell us in Scanning Report Of My Wife At Gender Column It Is Written As Iii, What Is The Meaning?

in scanning report both testostorone and progestron hormone found tats why she is not male or female.

3 :: Tell us what qualities should a resident medical officer posses? Which ones do you have and which ones do you lack?

This is basically a variation of the strengths and weaknesses question.

But there is also a big hint stating you in the face. The position description, in particular the role statement and the selection criteria. So you can use these to your advantage.

You might start by saying something like:

“Well I understand from reading the position description that the key roles and capabilities are as such…”

This shows you have done your research and you are willing to align your opinions with the panels views of what a good resident medical officer is.

You can then go on to highlight the sort of qualities that an individual might need to meet these criteria and match them to your own.

So for example. Ability to work under pressure is often a selection criteria. So you could talk about this requires a quality of being calm in a crisis and being able to juggle a number of tasks.

4 :: Please explain have you ever participated in patient education?

Tests the candidate's experience with educating their patients.

5 :: Do you know what Is Azathioprine?

Azathioprine takes a number of months to exert its anti-inflammatory effect and therefore has a limited role in the acute management of Crohn’s disease, though it can be started at the time of an acute flare of Crohn’s.

6 :: Tell us can Medication Is Known To Cause Hypokalaemia?

The medication is most likely to be a selective 2-agonist such as salbutamol, which leads to a tremor, palpitations, headaches and hypokalaemia at high doses. Washing the mouth after administration of inhaled steroids is recommended, no matter what dose is given. Atrovent is the trade name for ipratropium bromide, which is more useful in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease than in asthma, although it can be used in an acute asthma attack.

7 :: Tell us what Medications Are Acceptable During Pregnancy?

The universal disclaimer on medications during pregnancy is no medication has been studied completely. No study could take into account all the variables of human development that pertain to the specific medication. That being said, avoid taking unnecessary medications. This is most important during the first eight weeks of the pregnancy. Certainly, there are chronically prescribed medications such as anti-depressants, anti-hypertensives and thyroid medication, to name a few, which can be very important to the mother’s well-being during pregnancy and will be continued. Sometimes, a medication will be changed to a safer alternative. Specific questions regarding medications can be handled at clinic appointments.

8 :: Explain me is It Possible To Have A Polyp In The Uterus?

Polyps can form where there is glandular tissue, i.e. in the colon, nose or uterus. Endometrial polyps occur in the uterus and patients will have the symptom of heavy menstrual periods. These polyps can be resected with a simple procedure called hysteroscopy. With a small telescope inserted through the cervix and into the uterus, the polyp can be directly visualized and removed.

9 :: Suppose A 35 Year Old Woman Has Been Listed For Hysteroscopy. What Are The Indications For Hysteroscopy In A Woman Of This Age?

Abnormal uterine bleeding, Habitual abortion, pelvic pain, cancer,GIFT, ZIFT, TET, FIVET, Bone metaplasia of the endometrium are some of the diagnostics observed in this age.

10 :: Explain me a situation where you displayed teamwork?

Again. We are starting to repeat ourselves with this question and questions about communication, conflict and leadership.

Great examples here are situations where you noticed your colleague was struggling. Perhaps they had a bigger caseload than you. And you stepped in. Others might include helping to onboard a new doctor to the team.