The care of complicated pregnancies and labour is provided by a multi-disciplinary team consisting of midwives, obstetricians and anaesthetists. Obstetrics for Anaesthetists has been written to provide anaesthetists with basic information and background on obstetric practice, thus facilitating clearer communication between members of the team.Table of Contents DedicationsAcknowledgementsAbbreviations1. Maternal physiology and obstetrics John Clift2. Antenatal care Clare Tower3. Induction of labour Rebekah Samangaya4. Normal labour Sarah Vause5. Abnormal labour Jenny Myers6. Fetal monitoring Justine Nugent7. Operative delivery Jo Gillham8. Pre-eclampsia and hypertensive disorders of pregnancy Egidio Da Silva and Wilson Chimbira9. Obstetric haemorrhage Alexander Heazell10. Thromboembolic disorders Mark Tindall11. Infection Paul Dias12. Life support and obstetrics Julian Chilvers13. Drugs used in obstetrics Lisa Penney14. Confidential enquiry into fetal, neonatal and maternal death Katie CliftAppendixIndex.
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Titolo: Obstetrics for Anaesthetists
Editore: Cambridge University Press
Finitura: Copertina flessibile
Misure: 12x18 cm