This course is accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME)
Once the course is completed, the student will be awarded 50 ECMEC´s credits
Physicians, gynecology and obstetrics specialists, midwifery specialists and gynecology and obstetrics residents.
To update and gain knowledge in reproductive medicine on the basis of notions already acquired in human reproduction and endocrinology.
• To review the endocrinology, physiology and anatomy of human reproduction
• To update knowledge in sterility epidemics
• To know the current protocol for the basic sterility study
• To review the most relevant pathologies in males and women related to fertility
• To acquire new knowledge in different ARTs and their potential complications
• To implement patterns regarding the diagnosis and action protocol in special situations in reproduction
• To facilitate information about the legal framework of ART
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MODULE 1. ENDOCRINE AND PHYSIOLOGICAL REPRODUCTIVE BASES
1.1 Anatomy of the female reproductive organs.
1.2 Folliculogenesis, ovulation and function of the corpus luteum.
1.3 Endocrinology of the testicle.
1.4 Prognostic factors: life habits.
1.5 Effect of age on the reproductive system of women and men.
MODULE 2. FEMALE STERILITY
2.1 Epidemiology of infertility
2.2 Study of the sterile woman
2.3 Ultrasound in reproductive medicine
2.4 Polycystic ovary syndrome
2.6 Uterine fibroids
2.7 Müllerian malformations
2.9 Poor response
MODULE 3. MALE STERILITY
4.1 The testis and spermatogenesis
4.2 Valuation of semen
4.3 Andrological assessment
4.5 Infection of the seminal tract
4.6 Sperm freezing
MODULE 4. ASSISTED REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES
4.1 Scheduled intercourse
4.2 Artificial insemination
4.3 In vitro fertilization (IVF) and ICSI
4.4 Oocytes donation
4.5 Preimplantation Genetic Testing
4.6 Oocyte and embryo vitrification
4.7 Ovarian stimulation drugs
4.8 Complications related to ARTs: ectopic pregnancy, torsion, infection and bleeding
4.9 High response and OHS
4.10 Legislation on assisted human reproduction techniques
MODULE 5. SPECIAL SITUATIONS IN ASSISTED REPRODUCTION
5.1 Recurrent miscarriage
5.2 Implantation failure
5.3 Chronic viral infections and reproduction
5.4 Reproductive approach in oncological patients