Happy Pregnancy

快樂孕婦

Dr. Louis Chan (陳億仕醫生)

婦產科專科醫生

 

澳洲悉尼大學內外全科醫學士 

新南威爾斯大學生殖醫學碩士

香港大學醫療科學碩士 

香港中文大學預防醫學碩士 

香港醫學專科學院院士(婦產科) 

香港婦產科學院院士 

英國皇家婦產科醫學院榮授院士 

 

Dr Louis Chan is the Director of Hong Kong Reproductive Medicine Centre. Dr Louis Chan graduated from the University of Sydney medical school.  Dr Chan became Specialist in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in 2004. Dr Chan also awarded FRCOG (UK) and Master of Reproductive Medicine (UNSW).

 

Qualifications

Master of Reproductive Medicine (UNSW)

Master of Public Health (CUHK)

Master of Medical Sciences (HKU)

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (University of Sydney)

Fellow of Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (FRCOG)

Fellow of Hong Kong College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (FHKCOG)

Fellow of Hong Kong Academy of Medicine (Obstetrics and Gynaecology)

 

Dr Chan published more than 60 papers in cited journals, the areas of publication are as follows:

  • Use of diabetic drugs Rosiglitazone to resume ovulation in Chinese patients with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome;

  • Effects of different drugs (including Ginsenoside Rb1, Rc, and Re, Hypericin, Rosiglitazone, and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) on whole rat embryo development and morphology score ;

  • Embrytoxicity of hydrosalpingax fluid;

  • Expression of divalent metal transporter 1 (DMT1) isoforms in first trimester human placenta and embryonic tissues;

  • Mechanism of Diclofenac induced embryo-toxicity through free oxygen radicals;

  • Placental transfer of various drugs (Rosiglitazone, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs ) in first trimester of human pregnancy’

  • Treatment of endometrioma by transvaginal aspiration;

  • Thyroid dysfunction and pregnancy outcomes;

  • Attitude of Chinese patients towards egg and sperm donation;

  • Use of Chinese medicine in patients with previous miscarriages and infertility; and

  • Perinatal stem cells.

 

Dr Chan also written 2 book chapters, one of them entitle ‘Newborn Stem Cells: Identity, Function, and Clinical Potential, in Perinatal Stem Cells’.

 

Hong Kong Reproductive Medicine Center

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