de Swiet's Medical Disorders in Obstetric Practice, Fifth Edition
Published: 2010 | ISBN: 1405148470 | PDF | 806 pages | 37 Mb
Pregnancy induces physiologic changes in women as their bodies adapt to the growing life within. How does this influence the management of general or pre-existing medical conditions?
This new edition of de Swiet's groundbreaking Medical Disorders in Obstetric Practice provides expert guidance on the care of pregnant women with medical illness. Written and edited by expert teams of high-risk obstetricians, medical specialists, and obstetric anesthesiologists - each chapter offers a unique interdisciplinary and practical perspective on how to best care for medical illness before, during and following a pregnancy.
Using an evidence-based approach enriched by the practical wisdom from the many years of experience of leading international experts, this book will help you to:
Diagnose difficult to identify conditions during pregnancy
Effectively prescribe for pregnant and lactating women
Provide the best possible care for pregnant women with the wide range of medical illness that can be seen in women of reproductive age.
With new material covering cancer, critical care, obesity and advanced maternal age, as well as practical advice on the most common conditions that present to those caring for pregnant women, this book will assist you in navigating the many challenges medical illness during pregnancy presents for both the patient and physician.