RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS
PEER REVIEWED PAPERS
E K Tan, S J Wisdom (2006). Thromboprophylaxis post vaginal delivery: Are we forgetting it? Audit on thromboprophylaxis prescription post vaginal births. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Volume 26(1), page 27-29
Y S Chong, E K Tan (2011). Midlevel health-care providers key to MDG 5. Lancet, Volume 377 (9772), page 1127-8
E K Tan, E L Tan (2013). Alterations in physiology and anatomy during pregnancy. Best Practice and Research in Clinical Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Volume 27 (6), page 791-802
N K Randhawa, E K Tan, MA Sabnis (2013). Effect of using population-specific body mass index cut off points in the risk assessment of pregnant Asian women for venous thromboembolism. Singapore Medical Journal, Volume 54(8), page 437-40
PUBLISHED CASE REPORTS
E K Tan (2004). Post partum abdominal pain – have you excluded a perforated ulcer? Journal of Obstetrics And Gynaecology, Volume 24(5), page 582-584
E K Tan (2007). Difficult caesarean delivery of an impacted head and neonatal skull fracture – Can the morbidity be avoided? Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Volume 27(4), page 427-428
E K Tan, JL Gibson, AP Gallagher (2008). A pregnant woman with fish tank granuloma. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Volume 28(8), page 802-803
E K Tan, JL Gibson, AP Gallagher (2009). Pregnant woman with raised bile acids – Idiopathic adult ductopenia. Scottish Medical Journal, Volume 54, Page 58.
K Chaudhuri, Q C Chang, E K Tan, E L Yong (2012). Listeriosis in pregnancy with placental abruption. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Volume 32(6), page 594
K Chaudhuri, E K Tan, A Biswas (2012). Successful pregnancy in a woman with liver cirrhosis complicated by recurrent variceal bleeding. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Volume 32(5), page 490-1
Rauff S, S K Chang, E K Tan (2013). Intestinal obstruction in pregnancy: a case report. Case Report Obstetrics Gynaecology. 2013:564838
Rauff S, E K Tan (2013). Ultrasound diagnosis of fetal neck masses: a case series. Case Report Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2013: 243590
E K Tan, J M Lavin, GL Hosker, ARB Smith (2000). Urinary voiding after vaginal delivery (Abstract) International Urogynaecology Journal, Volume 11, supplement 1, page S72.
E K Tan, S J Wisdom (2004). Thromboprophylaxis post vaginal delivery – are we forgetting it? Audit on thromboprophylaxis prescription post vaginal births. (Abstract) Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Volume 24 (supplement 1), page S41
Freeman DJ, Huda SS, Stewart F, Mackay VA, Kanagalingam M, Tan EK, Lindsay RS, Sattar N, Nelson SM (2009). Maternal smoking, but not body mass index or social deprivation status, is associated with increased inflammation, adverse lipid profile and markers of endothelial dysfunction in cord blood of offspring. Reproductive Sciences 2009;16 (3):224A
E K Tan, A Cameron (2008). “The Fetus in 3 Dimensions”. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Volume 28(7), page 762-763
“Urinary voiding after vaginal delivery” E K Tan, J M Lavin, GL Hosker, ARB Smith. International Urogynaecolgical Association (IUGA) Meeting, Rome Oct 2000.
“Thromboprophylaxis after vaginal births.” E K Tan, S J Wisdom. British Fetal and Maternal Medicine Meeting, Glasgow April 2004
“Neonatal, but not maternal, plasma lipid profiles are altered in pregnancy in women with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), compared with weight matched controls.” E K Tan, M Kanagalingham, G Jill, R Fleming, DJ Freeman. 8th European Congress of Endocrinology, Glasgow 1-5 April 06
“Obstetrics and Gynaecology as a future career?” F M Nelson, E K Tan, S Pringle. Glasgow Obstetrical & Gynaecological Society Meeting, 17 Jan 2007
“Adipocyte lipolysis as a candidate pathway in pre eclampsia” E K Tan, N Sattar, D Freeman, I Greer. Oral presentation at the 32nd British Hypertension and Vascular Research Group Meeting, Gleneagles, Scotland, Jan 2005
“Pre eclampsia – Does adipocyte lipolysis have a role? Preliminary methodology results”, E K Tan, N Sattar, I Greer. Oral presentation at the Congress of the European Branch of ISSHP (International society for the study of hypertension in pregnancy), Rotterdam, Netherlands, May 2005.
“Maternal and fetal dyslipidaemia in PCOS”. E K Tan, M Kanagalingham, G Jill, R Fleming, DJ Freeman. Oral presentation. Glasgow Obstetrical & Gynaecological Society Meeting, 18 Jan 06
Instructor for Managing Obstetric Emergency and Trauma (MOET), since 2003. Teaching 2 courses per annum on a voluntary basis for Advanced Life Support Group (ALSG UK). Recertified as an instructor 2007 and 2013. Instructed on more than 20 courses since becoming an instructor. Experience in running simulated obstetric and trauma training scenarios, workshops, lectures and discussions.
Instructor for the “Generic Instructor Course (GIC)” for ALSG UK since 2009. The GIC course is a train the trainer course for potential instructors on ALSG courses. Instructs on 1 course per year.
Invited to teach on the MOET and GIC courses in Australia (Sydney) in November 2009 and New Zealand (Wellington) in August 2013.
Practical Obstetrics Multi-professional Training (PROMPT) instructor. Instructed on PROMPT in China and Singapore