GREMED Medical Center Zaborska Street 48 A 32-600 Oświęcim

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Research in gynecology and obstetrics


  • Recognition of early pregnancy ,
  • diagnosis of early pregnancy : 11-14 wk – genetic testing , prenatal testing , 3D, 4D
  • evaluation of the development of pregnancy: 18-22 and 28-30 wk – genetic testing , prenatal testing , 3D, 4D
  • diagnosis of bleeding in pregnancy,
  • assessment of the capacity of the cervix.
  • diagnostics in twin (multiple) pregnancy,
  • Research dppplerowski – flows in pregnancy


  • diagnosis of ovulation ( anovulation )
  • diagnosis of abnormal bleeding ,
  • diagnosis of amenorrhea ,
  • diagnosis of low back pain ,
  • diagnosis of fibroids , cysts , polyps , tumors ,
  • diagnosis of oral mucosal overgrowth of the uterus ( endometrium)
  • assessment of the position of an IUD
  • monitoring the impact of hormone therapy on the uterus lining .

Ultrasound BREAST


Research CTG

Research cardiotocographic CTG – evaluation of fetal heart rate with simultaneous recording of uterine contractions and fetal movements . CTG is used to monitor the status of the fetus in pregnancies at risk , advanced and during childbirth.

Through the study it can be concluded not only that the fetus is alive ( record heart rate ), but also to detect and predict threat to life of the fetus resulting from chronic or acute hypoxia – assessment of fetal well-being .

In cases of obstetric , where there is a disturbance of blood flow through the placenta to the fetus , eg due to placental insufficiency or compression of the umbilical cord CTG can detect such anomalies. It has the ability to take quick action saving endangered the fetus .

Indications for testing CTG :

  • Pregnancy after 36 weeks,
  • Diabetes in pregnancy,
  • Hypertension in pregnancy,
  • Laden interview maternity,
  • Renal disease in pregnancy,
  • Hypotrophy of the fetus,
  • Subjective feeling weak or rapid movements of the fetus,
  • Vaginal bleeding,
  • Abdominal pain in pregnancy – for unknown reasons,
  • Mechanical trauma in a pregnant belly,
  • Serological conflict,
  • Twin pregnancy after 32 weeks.