Physical Assessment of the Newborn : A Comprehensive Approach to the Art of Physical Examination, Sixth Edition

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Apr 252019
 

The newly revised, 25th anniversary edition of this definitive publication on neonatal care continues to illustrate how to systematically and accurately gather assessment data and interpret results. Because even normal newborns feature a wide range of physical variation, subtle signs that indicate internal malformations or syndromes may escape notice without a proper assessment. Many problems in the neonate can be noticed early by an astute nurse, neonatal nurse practitioner, neonatal physician assistant, or physician with honed assessment skills, long before electronic monitors or other equipment can detect them.

Physical Assessment of the Newborn, Sixth Edition, addresses the physical, physiologic, neurologic, and behavioral implications of a thorough assessment, and explains how healthcare providers can reduce the risks associated with the transition to extrauterine life and the neonatal period. Grounded with a scientific basis and rationale, each system assessment represents the most up-to-date clinical content. Because assessment skills are such an integral aspect of practice, many individuals take them for granted, yet all health professionals who perform newborn examinations—including nurses, neonatal and pediatric nurse practitioners, nurse-midwives, physicians, therapists, and students preparing for advanced practice roles in neonatal care—can benefit from the essential content presented in this book.

New to the Sixth Edition:

– Provides clinical updates throughout
– Presents an enhanced art program
– Offers an all-new chapter on the perinatally substance-exposed neonate
– Includes an image bank and PowerPoints

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Practical Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology

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Apr 122019
 


The gynecologic needs of younger patients are variable and complex
Clinicians are often uncomfortable with the gynecologic concerns of young girls and developing women. How can I put the patient at ease? What are the rights of the patient and her parents? How do I ask the questions in a way that allows her to trust me so that I can better understand her medical and social situation?

In Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology, Dr Hillard has designed a new textbook that puts the patient at the center. It follows the patient’s life and her changing needs as she matures. An emphasis on effective, patient-friendly encounters is the prelude to a sensitive clinical approach to intimate, potentially awkward, clinical challenges. Short, practical chapters provide guidance on the issues rather than an academic treatise.

This ‘in the office’ guide to effective patient care is informed by evidence-based practice and backed by a wealth of practical features:

• Algorithms and guidelines to most effective approaches
• ‘Tips and Tricks’ boxes so you can improve you clinical outcomes
• ‘Caution’ warning boxes so you can avoid complications
• ‘Science Revisited’ boxes give a quick reminder of the basic science principles

Dr Hillard has assembled an expert group of authors to provide straightforward guidance to caring for and reassuring your younger patients and their parents. If you provide clinical care to girls and young women then Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology is designed for you.

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Hyperthermia in Oncology

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Mar 262019
 

Hyperthermia in oncology is the application of heat to a patient’s body for the purpose of cancer treatment. In recent years, its use has seen rapid development, with a large amount of clinical data becoming available.

Hyperthermia in Oncology synthesizes the current research on the topic and provides treatment protocols for using localized as well as whole-body hyperthermia. The differentiating characteristic of this book is the systematic documentation of evidence.

Standard procedures for cancer diagnosis, treatment, and management are included along with guidance for evaluating clinical therapeutic effects. The book examines the unique effects of hyperthermia treatment with a large quantity of evidence-based data from both medical research and clinical practice. It reviews outcomes of cancer patients clinically treated at Clifford Hospital, a state-of-the-art facility with Joint Commission International accreditation located in Guangzhou, China.

A diverse set of clinical cases is discussed. For each case, a scientific, rational, and practical patient treatment plan is presented. The amount and type of heat administered to patients are analyzed when hyperthermia is used in conjunction with surgery, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, or other therapeutic strategies.

Although hyperthermia is not an independent treatment method for cancer, it can play a significant synergistic and complementary role. As such, this book can serve as a valuable clinical guide for the effective use of hyperthermia in integrative cancer therapy.

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Guidelines for Nurse Practitioners in Ambulatory Obstetric Settings

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Mar 252019
 

“The authors have crafted a very user-friendly set of guidelines, identifying the steps in assessment of patients for risks, outlining the objectives for care from preconception through postpartum, and addressing care for pregnant HIV positive women…[the book] includes avenues to electronic resources to assist them in accessing the newest information in ever-evolving and changing practice environments.”

―Joellen W. Hawkins, RNC, PhD, FAAN
Professor Emeritus, Boston College Connell School of Nursing
Writer in Residence, Simmons College, School of Nursing and Health Sciences

“This is a concise, yet comprehensive book. I would recommend that any advanced practice nurse working in obstetrics have it on the bookshelf. It could also be used as protocol manual for small practices.” Score: 100, 5 Stars.–Doody’s Medical Reviews

This is the only comprehensive source of current, evidence-based guidelines for advanced practice nursing management of the obstetric patient in an ambulatory setting. Encompassing preconception, prenatal, and postpartum nursing care, it stresses the importance of recognizing pre-existing complications of pregnancy and identifying obstetric complications. The book provides best practices for care of uncomplicated pregnancies throughout the gestation period and covers preconception care, basic genetic counseling, and outpatient postpartum care, as well as assessment and management of common postpartum problems, health promotion, and lactation issues. It addresses medications that can be safely used during pregnancy and antenatal surveillance recommendations.

The book is written by nurse practitioners with combined experience of more than 50 years of practice in women’s health and obstetrics. Written for NPs, CNMs, and PAs, it provides a consistent, easy-to-access outline format that includes definition, etiology, history, physical exam, lab exam, differential diagnosis, treatment, complications, consultation/referral, and follow-up. Tables and diagrams further illustrate and reinforce the content, and numerous websites and bibliographies offer sources for additional study.
Key Features:

Presents the first comprehensive, up-to-date source of guidelines for preconception, prenatal, and postpartum nursing care in ambulatory settings
Formats guidelines clearly and consistently for easy access to clinical information
Provides key assessments including laboratory and ultrasound diagnostics
Includes the latest trends in preterm labor prevention, disaster planning, and HIV in pregnancy.
Covers early parenting issues and breastfeeding for success
Provides guidelines for identifying complications and when to refer for specialist care

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Radiation Therapy Techniques for Gynecological Cancers: A Comprehensive Practical Guide

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Mar 072019
 

This book is a practical guide to the use of modern radiation therapy techniques in women with gynecological cancers. Step-by-step instruction is provided on simulation, contouring, and treatment planning and delivery for cancers of the cervix, endometrium, vagina, and vulva. Beyond external beam radiation delivery, full details are presented on three-dimensional brachytherapy at all sites for which it is applicable. Moreover, in-depth guidance is offered on the various advanced techniques of radiation delivery, including intensity-modulated radiation therapy, image guidance for external beam and brachytherapy, and stereotactic body radiotherapy.

Radiation therapy is a critical component of the multidisciplinary management of gynecological tumors. With modern technology, both external beam radiation and brachytherapy can be delivered in a highly conformal way. This requires precise contouring and accurate planning techniques. In clearly describing the indications for and the delivery of quality radiation therapy for gynecological tumors, this book will benefit radiation oncologists, medical physicists, medical dosimetrists, radiation therapists, and radiotherapy residents.

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Pre-Obstetric Emergency Training: A Practical Approach

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Mar 052019
 

Fully revised and now in full-colour, the new edition of Pre-Obstetric Emergency Training (POET) will help practitioners identify and manage a range of time-critical obstetric emergencies, specifically in the pre-obstetric department setting.

Providing structured examination and assessment techniques as an aid to determine what treatment should be provided before transport, this practical manual equips the practitioner with the knowledge necessary to save the mother and fetus in life threatening circumstances before admission to the hospital. New to the second edition are chapters covering non-technical skills and communication, as well as complicated labour and delivery.

Designed to accompany the associated Advanced Life Support Group training course, Pre-Obstetric Emergency Training serves as an authoritative guide for a range of pre-hospital practitioners dealing with specialist situations

About the Author
The Advanced Life Support Group (ALSG), Manchester UK, began life in 1990 and became a registered medical education charity in 1993. The organisation exists to “preserve life by providing training and education to the general public and in particular but not exclusively to doctors, nurses and other members of the medical profession, in life saving techniques”.
The book is written and edited by Emergency Medicine specialists who are Advanced Life Support Group (ALSG) trainers

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The Diabetes in Pregnancy Dilemma : Leading Change with Proven Solutions, Second Edition

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Feb 252019
 

Diabetes mellitus is approaching epidemic proportions worldwide, and the effects and treatment of diabetes in pregnancy are not well enough understood by many doctors who see pregnant women in their practices. The goal of this book is to provide much-needed information to clinicians about pregestational and gestational diabetes in pregnancy and help them develop the tools and skills to improve the outcome of these pregnancies.

This is the second edition of a highly regarded book on diabetes in pregnancy, strongly recommended in JAMAto anyone involved in the care of pregnant women with diabetes mellitus. The second edition will be organized similarly to the first edition, but all of the chapters have been updated with new information and references.

The book emphasizes diagnosis and treatment, making it particularly valuable to clinicians. An evidence-based approach supplements the standard expert-opinion approach wherever clinical trials have provided sufficient evidence, and strong evidence is given for close nutritional management.

Like the first edition, the book is organized into two major sections: I. The Scientific Rationale for Global Issues Affecting Diabetes in Pregnancy and II. The Scientific Rationale for the Management of Diabetes in Pregnancy.

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Dewhurst’s Textbook of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Seventh Edition

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Feb 112019
 

This time honoured classic has been re-built completely: after six editions the editor has decided that a radical revision is necessary. The new edition has been developed as a result of intensive consultation with trainees in OB/GYN as to what they want, what they need and how they learn.The book is organised into two halves covering obstetrics and gynaecology. Within each, the chapters are structured into sections containing pedagogic features such as boxes, highlights and key points for the first time. It contains everything the clinician needs to practice the art of obstetrics and gynaecology and sufficient information to help sub-specialists develop their specific interests. This text is recommended reading for the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology membership examination.This seventh edition contains 21 new chapters: Anatomy of the Pelvis and Reproductive Tract Placenta and Fetal Membranes Antenatal Care Anaesthesia and Analgesia Recurrent Miscarriage Ectopic Pregnancy Trophoblastic Disease Genetics and Prenatal Diagnosis Drugs and Pregnancy Obstetric Emergencies Prolonged Pregnancy Renal Disease Termination of Pregnancy Imaging in Gynaecology PMS Assisted Reproduction Hysteroscopy and Laparoscopy Sexual Dysfunction Psychological Aspects of Pregnancy Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault – now on MRCOG curriculum Ethical Dilemmas This seventh edition has been significantly updated with a wide range of internationally renowned contributors who are all experts in their field, bringing this book to the cutting edge of knowledge in obstetrics and gynaecology.”It was my favourite textbook when I was working for my examinations and I am still using it. I can recommend this edition to current trainees wholeheartedly. It is certainly worth buying.” Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Content: Chapter 1 Clinical Anatomy of the Pelvis and Reproductive Tract (pages 1–9): Alan FarthingChapter 2 Maternal Physiology (pages 10–18): Fiona Broughton?PipkinChapter 3 The Placenta and Fetal Membranes (pages 19–27): Berthold Huppertz and John C. P. KingdomChapter 4 Normal Fetal Growth (pages 28–33): Jason GardosiChapter 5 Pre?Conception Counselling (pages 34–38): Andrew McCarthyChapter 6 Antenatal Care (pages 39–45): Timothy G. OvertonChapter 7 Normal Labour (pages 46–55): A. A. CalderChapter 8 Fetal Monitoring During Labour (pages 56–62): James A. LowChapter 9 Analgesia and Anaesthesia (pages 63–68): John A. CrowhurstChapter 10 Puerperium and Lactation (pages 69–80): D. Keith EdmondsChapter 11 Neonatal care for Obstetricians (pages 81–93): M. A. Thomson and A. D. EdwardsChapter 12 Spontaneous Miscarriage (pages 94–99): Joanne Topping and Roy G. FarquarsonChapter 13 Recurrent Miscarriage (pages 100–105): Raj RaiChapter 14 Ectopic Pregnancy (pages 106–116): Davor JurkovicChapter 15 Trophoblast Disease (pages 117–124): Philip Savage and Michael SecklChapter 16 Prenatal Diagnosis and Genetics (pages 125–131): Sailesh KumarChapter 17 Fetal Medicine in Clinical Practice (pages 132–144): R. C. WimalasunderaChapter 18 Obstetric Emergencies (pages 145–158): Sara Paterson?BrownChapter 19 Disorders of Fetal Growth and Assessment of Fetal Well?Being (pages 159–165): G. C. S. Smith and C. C. LeesChapter 20 Multiple Pregnancy (pages 166–176): Nicholas M. FiskChapter 21 Preterm Labour (pages 177–191): Phillip BennettChapter 22 Prolonged Pregnancy (pages 192–204): Patricia CrowleyChapter 23 Induction and Augmentation of Labour (pages 205–212): G. Justus HofmeyrChapter 24 Malpresentation, Malposition, Cephalopelvic Disproportion and Obstetric Procedures (pages 213–226): S. ArulkumaranChapter 25 Hypertensive Disorders (pages 227–235): Andrew ShennanChapter 26 Heart Disease in Pregnancy (pages 236–245): Catherine Nelson?PiercyChapter 27 Diabetes and Endocrine Disease in Pregnancy (pages 246–259): Anne Dornhorst and Catherine WilliamsonChapter 28 Renal Disease (pages 260–269): John DavisonChapter 29 Haematological Problems in Pregnancy (pages 270–281): P. Clark, A. J. Thomson and I. A. GreerChapter 30 Miscellaneous Medical Disorders (pages 282–288): Andrew McCarthyChapter 31 Obstetric Statistics (pages 289–298): Jim G. ThorntonChapter 32 Contraception (pages 299–317): Anna GlasierChapter 33 Termination of Pregnancy (pages 318–326): Gillian Flett and Allan TempletonChapter 34 Normal and Abnormal Development of the Genital Tract (pages 327–347): D. Keith EdmondsChapter 35 The Menstrual Cycle (pages 348–355): William L. LedgerChapter 36 The Role of Ultrasound in Gynaecology (pages 356–363): Joanne ToppingChapter 37 Gynaecological Disorders of Childhood and Adolescence (pages 364–368): D. Keith EdmondsChapter 38 Primary Amenorrhoea (pages 369–376): D. Keith EdmondsChapter 39 Polycystic Ovary Syndrome and Secondary Amenorrhoea (pages 377–398): Adam H. BalenChapter 40 Menstrual Problems: Menorrhagia and Primary Dysmenorrhagia (pages 399–407): Margaret C. P. ReesChapter 41 Premenstrual Syndrome (pages 408–413): P.M.S. O’BrienChapter 42 Pelvic Infection (pages 414–422): Jonathan D. C. Ross and Peter StewartChapter 43 Chronic Pelvic Pain (pages 423–429): R. William StonesChapter 44 Endometriosis (pages 430–439): Stephen Kennedy and Philippe KoninckxChapter 45 Infertility (pages 440–460): Siladitya BhattacharyaChapter 46 Assisted Reproduction (pages 461–478): Geoffrey TrewChapter 47 Menopause and the Postmenopausal Woman (pages 479–495): Nick PanayChapter 48 Pelvic Floor Dysfunction I: Uterovaginal Prolapse (pages 496–503): Anthony R. B. SmithChapter 49 Urinary Incontinence (pages 504–559): D. Robinson and L. CardozoChapter 50 Hysteroscopy and Laparoscopy (pages 560–577): Adam MagosChapter 51 Benign Disease of the Vulva (pages 578–590): Richard StaughtonChapter 52 Malignant Disease of the Vulva and the Vagina (pages 591–605): David M. LuesleyChapter 53 Benign Diseases of the Vagina, Cervix and Ovary (pages 606–613): D. Keith EdmondsChapter 54 Premalignant and Malignant Disease of the Cervix (pages 614–624): Mahmood I. ShaChapter 55 Epithelial Ovarian Cancer (pages 625–635): Hani GabraChapter 56 Benign Disease of the Uterus (pages 636–644): Mary Ann LumsdenChapter 57 Cancer of the Uterine Corpus (pages 645–650): Henry C. KitchenerChapter 58 Sexual Dysfunction (pages 651–657): Fran ReaderChapter 59 Ethical Dilemmas in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (pages 658–683): Gordon M. StirratChapter 60 The Law and the Obstetrician and Gynaecologist (pages 684–691): Bertie LeighChapter 61 Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault (pages 692–698): Maureen Dalton
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Queenan’s Management of High-Risk Pregnancy: An Evidence-Based Approach, Sixth Edition

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Feb 052019
 

Changing demographics and evolving technology continuously affect maternal-fetal medicine Increasing maternal age and weight during pregnancy, higher rates of pregnancies conceived by artificial reproductive technologies and growing numbers of cesarean deliveries have led to a rise in the incidence of complicated pregnancies. The options have also increased for monitoring maternal and fetal health throughout a pregnancy, and identifying and managing risk earlier. For the maternal-fetal physician, constant vigilance throughout a pregnancy remains essential. But continuous change makes this an increasing challenge. Queenan’s Management of High-Risk Pregnancy covers the full spectrum of perinatal care. It guides you through the tough and complex decisions needed to protect the health of both your fetal and the maternal patients. New material in the 6th edition covers contemporary issues such as: Iron-deficient anemia Malaria Pregnancy in the disabled woman Placenta accreta Induction of labor Operative vaginal delivery Patient safety in labor and delivery The stellar cast of expert authors provide evidence, algorithms, case studies and potential outcome measures to ensure that Queenan’s Management of High-Risk Pregnancy continues to set the bar for maternal-fetal practice. Titles of Related InterestStillbirth Edited by Catherine Y. Spong ISBN 978-1-4443-3706-8 The Placenta: From Development to Disease Edited by Helen Kay, D. Michael Nelson and Yuping Wang ISBN 978-1-4443-3366-4 Pregnancy in the Obese Woman: Clinical Management Edited by Deborah E. Conway ISBN 978-1-4051-9648-2Content: Chapter 1 Overview of High?Risk Pregnancy (pages 1–3): John T. Queenan, Catherine Y. Spong and Charles J. LockwoodChapter 2 Maternal Nutrition (pages 4–22): Edward R. NewtonChapter 3 Alcohol and Substance Abuse (pages 23–31): William F. RayburnChapter 4 Environmental Agents and Reproductive Risk (pages 32–40): Laura GoetzlChapter 5 Genetic Screening for Mendelian Disorders (pages 41–46): Deborah A. DriscollChapter 6 Screening for Congenital Heart Disease (pages 47–54): Lynn L. SimpsonChapter 7 First? and Second?Trimester Screening for Fetal Aneuploidy and Neural Tube Defects (pages 55–62): Julia Unterscheider and Fergal D. MaloneChapter 8 Sonographic Dating and Standard Fetal Biometry (pages 63–74): Eliza Berkley and Alfred AbuhamadChapter 9 Fetal Lung Maturity (pages 75–78): Alessandro Ghidini and Sarah H. PoggiChapter 10 Antepartum Fetal Monitoring (pages 79–88): Brian L. Shaffer and Julian T. ParerChapter 11 Interpreting Intrapartum Fetal Heart Tracings (pages 89–92): Michael NageotteChapter 12 Sickle Cell Anemia (pages 93–97): Scott RobertsChapter 13 Anemia (pages 98–101): Alessandro GhidiniChapter 14 Thrombocytopenia (pages 102–107): Robert M. SilverChapter 15 Inherited and Acquired Thrombophilias (pages 108–120): Michael J. PaidasChapter 16 Thromboembolic Disorders (pages 121–130): Christian M. Pettker and Charles J. LockwoodChapter 17 Cardiac Disease (pages 131–150): Stephanie R. Martin, Alexandria J. Hill and Michael R. FoleyChapter 18 Renal Disease (pages 151–159): David C. JonesChapter 19 Pregnancy in Transplant Patients (pages 160–167): James R. ScottChapter 20 Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (pages 168–173): Deborah L. ConwayChapter 21 Diabetes Mellitus (pages 174–177): George SaadeChapter 22 Hypothyroidism and Hyperthyroidism (pages 178–182): Brian CaseyChapter 23 Asthma (pages 183–192): Michael SchatzChapter 24 Epilepsy (pages 193–203): Autumn M. Klein and Page B. PennellChapter 25 Chronic Hypertension (pages 204–208): Heather A. Bankowski and Dinesh M. ShahChapter 26 Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (pages 209–217): Christina S. Han and Edmund F. FunaiChapter 27 Perinatal Infections (pages 218–230): Jeanne S. SheffieldChapter 28 Malaria (pages 231–233): Richard M. K. AdanuChapter 29 Group B Streptococcal Infection (pages 234–237): Ronald S. GibbsChapter 30 Hepatitis (pages 238–242): Patrick DuffChapter 31 HIV Infection (pages 243–252): Howard L. MinkoffChapter 32 Pregnancy in Women with Physical Disabilities (pages 253–259): Caroline C. SignoreChapter 33 Recurrent Spontaneous Abortion (pages 260–270): Charles J. LockwoodChapter 34 Cervical Insufficiency (pages 271–279): John OwenChapter 35 Gestational Hypertension, Preeclampsia, and Eclampsia (pages 280–288): Labib M. Ghulmiyyah and Baha M. SibaiChapter 36 Postpartum Hemorrhage (pages 289–300): Michael A. BelfortChapter 37 Emergency Care (pages 301–306): Garrett K. Lam and Michael R. FoleyChapter 38 Rh and Other Blood Group Alloimmunizations (pages 307–313): Kenneth J. MoiseChapter 39 Multiple Gestations (pages 314–326): Karin E. Fuchs and Mary E. D’AltonChapter 40 Polyhydramnios and Oligohydramnios (pages 327–336): Ron Beloosesky and Michael G. RossChapter 41 Prevention of Preterm Birth (pages 337–345): Paul J. MeisChapter 42 Pathogenesis and Prediction of Preterm Delivery (pages 346–363): Catalin S. Buhimschi and Charles J. LockwoodChapter 43 Preterm Premature Rupture of Membranes (pages 364–373): Brian M. MercerChapter 44 Management of Preterm Labor (pages 374–381): Vincenzo BerghellaChapter 45 Placenta Previa and Related Placental Disorders (pages 382–390): Yinka OyeleseChapter 46 Prolonged Pregnancy (pages 391–398): Teresa Marino and Errol R. NorwitzChapter 47 Induction of Labor (pages 399–405): Nicole M. Petrossi and Deborah A. WingChapter 48 Cesarean Delivery (pages 406–413): Michael W. VarnerChapter 49 Vaginal Birth after Cesarean Delivery (pages 414–423): Mark B. LandonChapter 50 Breech Delivery (pages 424–428): Edward R. Yeomans and Larry C. GilstrapChapter 51 Operative Vaginal Delivery (pages 429–433): Edward R. YeomansChapter 52 Obstetric Analgesia and Anesthesia (pages 434–438): Gilbert J. GrantChapter 53 Patient Safety (pages 439–444): Christian M. PettkerChapter 54 Neonatal Encephalopathy and Cerebral Palsy (pages 445–452): Maged M. Costantine, Mary E. D’Alton and Gary D. V. HankinsChapter 55 Genetic Amniocentesis and Chorionic Villus Sampling (pages 453–463): Ronald J. WapnerChapter 56 Fetal Surgery (pages 464–473): Robert H. Ball and Hanmin Lee
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Protocols for High-Risk Pregnancies: An Evidence-Based Approach, Fifth Edition

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Feb 052019
 

Experience and evidence fused for best-practice management of high-risk pregnancies High-risk pregnancies present life-threatening challenges to two of your patients: the mother and her fetus. The direct, exemplary guidance in Protocols for High-Risk Pregnancy enables you to: better understand your patients’ conditions devise optimum management strategies maximize the outcome and minimize the complications for both the mother and her fetus To enhance clinical relevance, each protocol is written as if the patient were present. Evidence to support an intervention is given where it exists. The authors’ experience provides additional wise counsel. Key references provide the springboard for a deeper understanding of a topic. All protocols have been updated. New protocols follow the successful formula of previous editions. Watch an interview with Dr John T. Queenan and Dr Catherine Y. Spong here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pdgqNUOtnk4Content: Chapter 1 Developmental Toxicology and Teratology (pages 1–9): James W. HansonChapter 2 Tobacco, Alcohol and the Environment (pages 10–20): Jorge E. Tolosa and George SaadeChapter 3 Ionizing Radiation (pages 21–32): Robert L. BrentChapter 4 Exercise during Pregnancy: Risks and Benefits (pages 33–40): James F. ClappChapter 5 Routine and Prenatal Screening (pages 41–52): Lawrence D. PlattChapter 6 Sonographic Screening for Fetal Anomalies (pages 53–59): John C. HobbinsChapter 7 Sonographic Detection of Aneuploidy (pages 60–73): Fergal D. MaloneChapter 8 Fetal Echocardiography (pages 74–79): Joshua A. Copel and Charles S. KleinmanChapter 9 Clinical Use of Doppler (pages 80–91): Henry L. GalanChapter 10 Antepartum Testing (pages 92–98): Michael P. NageotteChapter 11 Indices of Maturity (pages 99–106): Anna LocatelliChapter 12 Invasive Fetal Testing: Chorionic Villus Sampling and Amniocentesis (pages 107–116): Katharine D. WenstromChapter 13 Third Trimester Amniocentesis (pages 117–121): Nancy ChescheirChapter 14 Fetal Blood Sampling and Transfusion (pages 122–128): Alessandro GhidiniChapter 15 Fetal Reduction (pages 129–133): Mark I. EvansChapter 16 External Cephalic Version: Singleton Fetus (pages 134–139): Gary D. V. HankinsChapter 17 Induction of Labor (pages 140–147): Deborah A. WingChapter 18 Maternal Anemia (pages 149–157): Alessandro GhidiniChapter 19 Sickle Cell Disease and other Hemoglobinopathies (pages 158–164): John C. Morrison and Marc R. ParrishChapter 20 Isoimmune Thrombocytopenia (pages 165–170): Sreedhar Gaddipati and Richard L. BerkowitzChapter 21 Autoimmune Disease (pages 171–184): Charles J. LockwoodChapter 22 Acquired and Inherited Thrombophilias (pages 185–194): Charles Lockwood and Erika WernerChapter 23 Cardiac Disease (pages 195–205): Katharine D. WenstromChapter 24 Peripartum Cardiomyopathy (pages 206–209): F. Gary CunninghamChapter 25 Thromboembolism (pages 210–215): Alan PeacemanChapter 26 Renal Disease (pages 216–222): Susan RaminChapter 27 Obesity (pages 223–227): Patrick CatalanoChapter 28 Diabetes Mellitus (pages 228–236): Mark B. Landon and Steven G. GabbeChapter 29 Hyperthyroidism and Hypothyroidism in Pregnancy (pages 237–242): Brian M. CaseyChapter 30 Acute and Chronic Hepatitis (pages 243–249): Patrick DuffChapter 31 Asthma (pages 250–257): Michael SchatzChapter 32 Epilepsy (pages 258–263): Neil K. KochenourChapter 33 Chronic Hypertension (pages 264–272): Baha M. SibaiChapter 34 Immunizations (pages 273–285): Stanley A. GallChapter 35 Cytomegalovirus, Genital Herpes, Rubella, Syphilis and Toxoplasmosis (pages 286–295): George D. WendelChapter 36 Influenza, West Nile Virus, Varicella?Zoster and Tuberculosis (pages 296–306): Jeanne S. SheffieldChapter 37 Malaria in Pregnancy (pages 307–312): Richard M. K. AdanuChapter 38 Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection in Pregnancy (pages 313–327): Howard MinkoffChapter 39 Parvovirus B19 Infection (pages 328–333): Maureen P. MaleeChapter 40 Group B Streptococcus (pages 334–339): Mara J. DinsmoorChapter 41 Urinary Tract Infections (pages 340–343): F. Gary CunninghamChapter 42 Acute Abdominal Pain Due to Non?Obstetric Causes (pages 344–352): Fred M. HowardChapter 43 Gallbladder, Fatty Liver and Pancreatic Disease (pages 353–360): Jeffrey R. JohnsonChapter 44 Mastitis (pages 361–365): Wendy F. HansenChapter 45 First Trimester Vaginal Bleeding (pages 367–372): Marsha WheelerChapter 46 Cervical Insufficiency (pages 373–382): John OwenChapter 47 Nausea and Vomiting (pages 383–390): Gayle OlsonChapter 48 Missed Abortion and Antepartum Fetal Death (pages 391–398): Robert M. SilverChapter 49 Abnormal Amniotic Fluid Volume (pages 399–413): Thomas R. MooreChapter 50 Preeclampsia (pages 414–423): Baha M. SibaiChapter 51 Fetal Growth Restriction (pages 424–431): Ray Bahado SinghChapter 52 Rh and Other Blood Group Alloimmunizations (pages 432–441): Kenneth J. MoiseChapter 53 Preterm Labor (pages 442–447): Vincenzo BerghellaChapter 54 Premature Rupture of the Membranes (pages 448–460): Brian MercerChapter 55 Prevention of Cerebral Palsy (pages 461–465): Dwight RouseChapter 56 Cooling for Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy (pages 466–471): Rosemary D. HigginsChapter 57 Amnionitis (pages 472–477): George A. Macones and Sindhu K. SrinivasChapter 58 Third Trimester Bleeding (pages 478–484): Yinka OyeleseChapter 59 Amniotic Fluid Embolus (pages 485–487): Robert ResnikChapter 60 Maternal Transport (pages 489–499): Jean Rex and Jerome YankowitzChapter 61 Intrapartum Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring (pages 500–504): Roger K. FreemanChapter 62 Abnormal Labor (pages 505–508): Alan PeacemanChapter 63 Breech Delivery (pages 509–512): Martin L. GimovskyChapter 64 Vaginal Birth After Cesarean (pages 513–519): James R. ScottChapter 65 Placenta Accreta (pages 520–528): Robert M. SilverChapter 66 Shoulder Dystocia (pages 529–534): Robert GhermanChapter 67 Twins, Triplets and Beyond (pages 535–544): Mary E. D’Alton and Karin M. FuchsChapter 68 Postpartum Hemorrhage (pages 545–557): Gary S. EglintonChapter 69 Vaginal and Vulvar Hematoma (pages 558–560): Robert Resnik

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