DR MAPULE P RAMMEGO
PRETORIA OLD EAST, PRETORIA NEW EAST, LYNNWOOD
Dr Pule Rammego is a Pretoria-based Specialist Physician with rooms at both Netcare Moot and Netcare Femina Hospitals.
Dr Rammego obtained her medical degree from the University of Pretoria in 2008. She spent her early medical career in Mpumalanga province, where she did her internship at Rob Ferreira Hospital and community service at Bernice Samuels Hospital.
She went on to pursue her speciality training in Internal Medicine with the University of Pretoria at Steve Biko Academic Hospital. She obtained her Specialist Physician qualification through a Fellowship with the Colleges of Physicians (CMSA). Her passion for
patient-centred care inspired her Master of Medicine in Internal Medicine dissertation focused on hospitalised patient care satisfaction.
Dr Rammego currently holds a consultant position at the Department of Critical Care, Steve Biko Academic Hospital, where she is a fellow in Critical Care medicine (Intensive Care Unit Specialist). Her role is to teach trainee specialist doctors in the ICU and care for the critically ill.
Systemic Diseases in Adults
A systemic sickness affects the whole body rather than just one organ or region. In the complicated disease process, several organs and tissues may be affected.
Systemic Diseases include:
- Diabetes Mellitus
- Thyroid Disease
- HIV Management
A preoperative assessment provides an opportunity to identify co-morbidities that could result in patient difficulties during the anaesthetic, surgical or postoperative periods. Patients scheduled for elective operations will often get a preoperative evaluation 2-4
weeks prior to their surgery date. Although anaesthesia and surgical treatments should be tailored to each patient, various preoperative protocols and routines are employed in practice.
Medical Conditions with Pregnancy
Pregnancy typically lasts about 40 weeks or over nine months from the last menstrual cycle to delivery. Various difficulties may emerge during this time. There is awareness of importance of a pregnancy to be closely monitored, new onset or pre-existing medical
condition may accompany the pregnancy journey. We endeavour to provide care that will result with good outcome for mother and new born child.
Medical condition encountered during pregnancy include:
- Gestational Hypertension
- Gestational Diabetes
- Iron Deficiency (Anaemia)
- Thyroid Disease
Medical Fitness Reports
A physical examination is an essential aspect of any appointment with your doctor. Surprisingly, a routine physical exam does not have any absolutes. Dr Rammego will spend time listening to your health concerns and offer treatment, advice or further testing
Even if you think you are in good health, you should visit your doctor for a check-up because medical exams can help detect health problems early, allowing for more successful treatment.
Map & Directions
Netcare Moot Hospital,
572 18th Avenue,