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de Swiet's Medical Disorders in Obstetric Practice, Fifth Edition

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de Swiet's Medical Disorders in Obstetric Practice, Fifth Edition
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2010 | 806 Pages | ISBN: 1405148470 | PDF | 38 MB
Pregnancy affects the physiology of women as their bodies adapt to the growing life within them; but how does this affect how you manage general, or pre-existing medical complaints? How do you differentiate the effects of pregnancy from genuine medical conditions? What are the effects of the 'standard' treatments on the growing fetus? What about breastfeeding? In this brand-new edition of de Swiet's Medical Disorders in Clinical Practice, expert physicians present the best evidence and practical wisdom to guide you and your patients through their pregnancy and illness, to a successful birth and early motherhood. Using a combination of algorithms, years of experience and an evidence-based approach, this book will help you to: Diagnose difficult to identify conditions during pregnancy Effectively prescribe for pregnant and lactating women Overcome the challenges of imaging, anesthesia and critical care for pregnant women de Swiet's assists you in navigating the many challenges pregnancy presents for both the patient and physician.Content: Chapter 1 Pulmonary Disease in Pregnancy (pages 1-47): Lucia Larson, Niharika Mehta, Michael J. Paglia, Ghada Bourjeily and Warwick D. Ngan KeeChapter 2 Hematologic Disease in Pregnancy (pages 48-81): Claire McLintock, John T. Repke and Brenda BucklinChapter 3 Thromboembolic Disease in Pregnancy (pages 82-100): Catherine Nelson?Piercy and Ian GreerChapter 4 Thrombophilias and Pregnancy (pages 101-117): Marc A. Rodger, Michael Paidas, Lawrence Tsen and Joanne DouglasChapter 5 Heart Disease in Pregnancy (pages 118-152): Cynthia Maxwell, Athena Poppas, Mathew Sermer and Elizabeth McGradyChapter 6 Hypertension in Pregnancy (pages 153-181): Christopher W. G. Redman, Sig?Linda Jacobson and Robin RussellChapter 7 Renal Disease in Pregnancy (pages 182-208): Mark A. Brown, George J. Mangos, Michael Peek and Felicity PlaatChapter 8 Rheumatologic Disorders in Pregnancy (pages 209-222): Megan E. B. Clowse, Michelle Petri and Andra H. JamesChapter 9 Disorders of the Liver, Biliary System and Exocrine Pancreas in Pregnancy (pages 223-255): Sailesh Kumar, Mrinalini Balki, Catherine Williamson, Eliana Castillo and Deborah M. MoneyChapter 10 Disorders of the Gastrointestinal Tract in Pregnancy (pages 256-292): Niharika Mehta, Sumona Saha, Edward K. S. Chien, Silvia Degli Esposti and Scott SegalChapter 11 Diabetes Mellitus in Pregnancy (pages 293-321): Michael F. Greene, Caren G. Solomon, Stephanie L. Lee and Robert A. PeterfreundChapter 12 Thyroid Disease in Pregnancy (pages 322-334): Erin Keely and Brian M. CaseyChapter 13 Pituitary and Adrenal Disease in Pregnancy (pages 335-351): Mark E. Molitch and Alan PeacemanChapter 14 Calcium Metabolism and Diseases of the Parathyroid Glands during Pregnancy (pages 352-370): Martin N. Montoro and T. Murphy GoodwinChapter 15 Neurologic Disorders in Obstetric Practice (pages 371-403): Dominic C. Heaney, David J. Williams, Patrick O'Brien and Chris EltonChapter 16 Nonviral Infectious Diseases in Pregnancy (pages 404-430): Brenna Anderson, Melissa Gaitanis and Daniel I. SesslerChapter 17 Viral Infections in Pregnancy other than Human Immunodeficiency Virus (pages 431-463): Eliana Castillo and Deborah M. MoneyChapter 18 Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection in Pregnancy (pages 464-476): Ruth E. Tuomala, Judith S. Currier, Susan Cu?Uvin and Roshan FernandoChapter 19 Substance Misuse in Pregnancy (pages 477-504): Ilana B. Crome, Khaled M. K. Ismail and David BirnbachChapter 20 Skin Diseases in Pregnancy (pages 505-523): Mark Davis, Brian Brost and Nollag O'RourkeChapter 21 Psychiatric Disorders in Pregnancy (pages 524-552): Teri Pearlstein and Jami StarChapter 22 Cancer in Pregnancy (pages 553-582): Sunanda Sadanandan, Timothy Hurley, Carolyn Muller, Claire Verschraegen, Marianne Berwick, Charles L. Wiggins and Kimberly K. LeslieChapter 23 Critical Care in Pregnancy (pages 583-597): Uma Munnur, Dilip R. Karnad, Edward R. Yeomans and Kalpalatha K. GuntupalliChapter 24 Embryologic and Fetal Development (page 598): Chapter 25 Global Issues in Maternal Health (pages 599-605): Rudiger Pittrof, Moke Magoma, Veronique Filippi and Medge D. OwenChapter 26 Future Health Concerns for Women Who have had a Complicated Pregnancy (pages 606-614): David J. WilliamsChapter 27 Special Concerns for the Obese Patient (pages 615-620): Hugh M. Ehrenberg and Richard N. WisslerChapter 28 Special Concerns for Patients with Advanced Maternal Age (pages 621-624): Linda HeffnerChapter 29 Principles of Obstetric Anesthesia (pages 625-632): Stephen Gatt and William CamannChapter 30 Prescribing in Pregnancy: a Practical Approach (pages 633-640): Sandra L. Kweder and Raymond O. PowrieChapter 31 Prescribing during Lactation (pages 641-645): Thomas W. Hale and Teresa BakerChapter 32 Diagnostic Imaging in Pregnancy (pages 646-652): Sandra A. LoweChapter 33 Contraception for Women with Medical Disorders (pages 653-660): Iris Tong and Raymond O. PowrieChapter 34 Effect of Pregnancy on Common Laboratory Tests (pages 661-670): Michael P. Carson and Elvis R. PaganChapter 35 Approach to Headaches in Pregnancy (pages 671-680): Jessica Illuzzi, Emma Barber and Men?Jean LeeChapter 36 Approach to Anemia in Pregnancy (pages 681-683): Dorothy Graham and Jami StarChapter 37 Approach to Moderately Elevated Liver Function Tests in Pregnancy not Attributable to Pre?Eclampsia/HELLP Syndrome (pages 684-688): Margaret A. MillerChapter 38 Approach to Shortness of Breath in Pregnancy (pages 689-694): Ghada Bourjeily, Hanan Khalil and Michael J. PagliaChapter 39 Approach to Hypertensive Emergencies in Pregnancy (pages 695-699): Laura A. Magee, Peter von Dadelszen and David WlodyChapter 40 Approach to Palpitations in Pregnancy (pages 700-703): Winnie W. Sia, Paul S. Gibson and Rshmi KhuranaChapter 41 Approach to Proteinuria Identified Remote from Term (pages 704-709): Margaret A. MillerChapter 42 Approach to New?Onset Hypertension Remote from Term (pages 710-714): Margaret A. MillerChapter 43 Approach to Presyncope and Syncope in Pregnancy (pages 715-718): Paul S. Gibson, Rshmi Khurana and Winnie W. SiaChapter 44 Approach to Chest Pain in Pregnancy (pages 719-723): Rshmi Khurana, Winnie W. Sia and Paul S. GibsonChapter 45 New?Onset Seizures in Pregnancy (pages 724-729): Laura A. Magee, Anne?Marie Cote and Peter von DadelszenChapter 46 Approach to Prosthetic Heart Valves in Pregnancy (pages 730-735): Wee Shian Chan, Mark C. Walker and Marc A. RodgerChapter 47 Approach to the use of Glucocorticoids in Pregnancy for Nonobstetric Indications (pages 736-741): Kenneth K. Chen and Raymond O. PowrieChapter 48 Approach to Hyperemesis Gravidarum (pages 742-748): Sumona Saha, Catherine Williamson, Niharika Mehta, Edward K. S. Chien and Silvia Degli EspostiChapter 49 Approach to Fetal Assessment, Optimization of Neonatal Outcome, Mode of Delivery and Timing for Nonobstetric Readers (pages 749-753): Michael Peek, George J. Mangos and Mark A. BrownChapter 50 Promoting Safe Care for Women with Medical Problems during Pregnancy (pages 754-758): Raymond O. Powrie, James A. O'Brien and Kue Chung Choi





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