Anesthesia for Obstetrics
Williams & Wilkins, Jan 1, 1993 - Anesthesia in obstetrics - 744 pages
The latest edition of this leading reference is updated to address important new developments and issues such as AIDS. This book has served as the standard text in obstetrical anaesthesia since the publication of the first edition nearly 15 years ago. New to this edition are chapters on anaesthesiology and the drug-addicted mother and HIV in the delivery suite.
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Maternal Physiologic Alterations During Pregnancy
Obstetric Anesthesia and Uterine Blood Flow
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