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High Risk Pregnancy, 3rd Edition - Textbook with CD-ROM
By David K. James, MA, MD, FRCOG, DCH, Philip J. Steer, BS, MD, FRCOG, Carl P. Weiner, MD, MBA, FACOG and Bernard Gonik, MD, FACOG
Approx. 1824 pages, Approx. 850 illustrations (50 in full color),
Trim size 8 1/2 X 10 7/8 in,
Comprehensive, clinical, and international in scope, the revised and updated 3rd Edition of this popular text examines the full range of challenges in general obstetrics, medical complications of pregnancy, prenatal diagnosis and fetal disease, and management of labor and delivery. World-recognized authorities employ an evidence-based management approach throughout and explore a series of options to help clinicians select the most appropriate treatment for each patient. Plus, clearly designed boxes summarize management options for each condition, saving readers time and putting a wealth of expert guidance at their fingertips.
Examines a full-range of high-risk pregnancy problems.
Presents evidence-based management options.
Offers expert advice and a wide range of treatment options.
Uses a consistent organization for easy retrieval of information.
Features at-a-glance summary boxes for quick reference.
New to this Edition
Includes a bonus CD-ROM, containing all of the text and illustrations from the book, video clips, and summaries of management approach information.
Offers new information on fetal pain, fetal surgery, and other developments in fetal medicine.
Delivers revised "Summary of Management Approaches" boxes with a range of evidence-based management options from which to choose.
Presents increased coverage of genetics.
Features a significantly updated appendix of Normal Values for both the fetus and pregnant woman.
Uses two-color throughout with numerous four-color images.
Table of Contents
1. Prepregnancy antecedents of HRP
II. Early Prenatal
3. Organization of prenatal care, identification of risk (screening)
4. Early pregnancy problems
5. Recurrent miscarriage
6. Mid-pregnancy problems
7. First trimester screening for fetal abnormalities
8. Screening for fetal abnormality
9. Counseling and management of an abnormal screening or diagnostic test for fetal abnormality
10. Invasive procedures for prenatal diagnosis
III. Late prenatal - fetal
11. Critical evaluation of prenatal fetal assessment methods
12. Abnormalities of fetal growth
13. Abnormalities of amniotic fluid
14. Fetal hemolytic disease
15. Fetal thrombocytopenia
16. Fetal arrhythmias
17. Fetal cardiac abnormalities
18. Craniospinal and facial abnormalities
19. Genitourinary abnormalities
20. GIT abnormalities
21. Skeletal abnormalities
22. Fetal thyroid & adrenal disorders
23. Fetal thyroid & adrenal disorders
24. Fetal problems in multiple pregnancy
25. Fetal hydrops
26. Fetal death
27. Presentation and diagnosis of fetal infection
30. Rubella, Measles, Mumps, Varicella and Parvovirus
31. Cytomegalovirus, herpes simplex, adenovirus, coxsackie virus, human papilloma virus
32. Bacterial infections and vaginitis
33. Parasitic infections
V. Late prenatal - maternal
34. Substance abuse
35. Medication during pregnancy
38. Respiratory disorders
39. Anemia and white cell disorders
40. Malignancies of haematological and Immunological systems
41. Bleeding disorders
42. Clotting disorders
43. Thromboembolic disease
44. Autoimmune disease
47. Pituitary/adrenal disorders in pregnancy
48. Hepatic and gastrointestinal disease
49. Neuromuscular disorders
50. Renal disorders
51. Spine and joint disorders in pregnancy
52. Skin disease
53. Malignant disease
54. Pregnancy following transplantation
56. Psychiatric illness
VI. Prenatal - general
57. Abdominal pain
58. Non-malignant gynecology
59. Bleeding in late pregnancy
60. Multiple pregnancy - obstetric management
61. Screening for PROM and preterm labor
62. Preterm labor
63. PROM including chorioamnionitis
65. Unstable lie, maplpresentation & positions
66. Prolonged pregnancy
67. Labor management - overview
68. IOL & TOP
69. Poor progress
70. Shoulder dystocia
71. Fetal distress
72. Maternal analgesia and anesthesia: Indications and Implications
73. Perineal repair & pelvic floor injury
74. Assisted vaginal delivery
75. Vaginal delivery after previous caesarean section
76. Caesarean section
77. PPH and other problems of the third stage
78. Puerperal problems
79. Major obstetric hemorrhage including DIC
80. Critical care of the obstetric patient
81. Domestic violence
82. Resuscitation of newborn