Acute Obstetrics: A Practical Guide
The second edition of Acute Obstetrics: A Practical Guide provides the latest research and clinical advances for managing the high risk obstetric patient. New chapters on Isoimmunization in Pregnancy, Group B Streptococcal Infections, and Perinatal Loss have been added, resulting in a total of 21 chapters that cover evaluation, medical complications, and obstetric complications. The appendices are full of handy information on laboratory values in pregnancy, physiologic parameters, ultrasound tables, and drug dosage and administration. The outline format and abundant use of tables allow for quick and easy access to vital information, making it the ideal choice for residents, students, and practitioners.
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Intrapartum Evaluation II
Acute Abdominal Pain
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