Maternal-Fetal Medicine

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Mary E. D'Alton, Errol Norwitz, Thomas McElrath
Cambridge University Press, Jul 30, 2007 - Medical
Maternal-Fetal Medicine provides the busy clinician with precisely the information needed where and when it is needed. The text covers a wide variety of topics related to maternal and fetal medicine, as well as clinical questions that will challenge providers both in the outpatient setting and on labor and delivery wards. Special attention has been paid to incorporating an evidence-based approach to obstetric management, and a number of chapters have been included to assist in the management of obstetric emergencies. In total, over 1000 diseases and conditions are discussed in detail.
 

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Contents

ACUTE ASTHMA EXACERBATION
1
ACUTE CYSTITIS
3
AMNIOTIC FLUID EMBOLISM
5
ANTENATAL FETAL TESTING
7
ANTIPHOSPHOLIPID ANTIBODY SYNDROME
9
APPENDICITIS
12
ASTHMA
14
ASYMPTOMATIC BACTERIURIA
16
MASTITIS
111
MATERNAL ANEMIA
113
MATERNAL CARDIAC DISEASE
116
MATERNAL LABORATORY VALUES
118
MULTIPLE PREGNANCY
123
MYASTHENIA GRAVIS
126
OBSTETRIC ULTRASOUND
128
OLIGOHYDRAMNIOS
130

BACTERIAL VAGINOSIS
18
BELLS PALSY
20
BREECH PRESENTATION
22
CANCER IN PREGNANCY
24
CERVICAL CERCLAGE
26
CESAREAN DELIVERY
29
CHLAMYDIA TRACHOMATIS
31
CHORIOAMNIONITIS
33
CHRONIC HYPERTENSION
35
CORD PROLAPSE
38
CORTICOSTEROID THERAPY
40
CYTOMEGALOVIRUS
42
DEEP VEIN THROMBOSIS
44
DIABETIC KETOACIDOSIS DKA
47
ECLAMPSIA
49
ENDOMYOMETRITIS
52
EPISIOTOMY
54
FETAL BRADYARRHYTHMIA
57
FETAL LABORATORY VALUES
59
FETAL TACHYARRHYTHMIA
60
GESTATIONAL DIABETES
62
GONORRHEA
65
GROUP B STREPTOCOCCUS
67
HEADACHE
69
HEPATITIS B
71
HEPATITIS C
74
HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS
76
HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS HIV
78
HYDROPS FETALIS
81
HYPEREMESIS GRAVIDARUM HEG
83
HYPERTHYROIDISM
85
HYPOTHYROIDISM
88
IDIOPATHIC THROMBOCYTOPENIC PURPURA ITP
90
INDUCTION OF LABOR
92
INTRAPARTUM FETAL TESTING
95
INTRAUTERINE FETAL DEMISE
96
INTRAUTERINE GROWTH RESTRICTION IUGR
99
ISOIMMUNIZATION
101
LISTERIA
104
LYME DISEASE
106
MACROSOMIA
109
OPERATIVE VAGINAL DELIVERY
133
PARAPLEGIA
135
PARVOVIRUS B19
137
PLACENTA ACCRETA
139
PLACENTA PREVIA
141
PLACENTAL ABRUPTION
144
PNEUMONIA
146
POLYHYDRAMNIOS
148
POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION
151
POSTPARTUM HEMORRHAGE
153
POSTPARTUM PSYCHOSIS
155
POSTTERM PROLONGED PREGNANCY
157
PREECLAMPSIA
159
PREGESTATIONAL DIABETES
162
PREGNANCYINDUCED HYPERTENSION
165
PRENATAL DIAGNOSIS
167
PRETERM LABOR
169
PRETERM PROM
172
PUERPERAL HYSTERECTOMY
174
PULMONARY EDEMA
176
PULMONARY EMBOLISM
178
PYELONEPHRITIS
180
RENAL DISEASE
182
RETAINED PLACENTA
185
RUBELLA
186
SEIZURE DISORDER
189
SHOULDER DYSTOCIA
191
SICKLE CELL HEMOGLOBINOPATHY
193
STERILIZATION
196
SYPHILIS
198
SYSTEMIC LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS SLE
200
TERM PREMATURE RUPTURE OF MEMBRANES PROM
203
THYROID STORM
205
TOXOPLASMOSIS
207
TRICHOMONIASIS
210
TUBERCULOSIS
212
VAGINAL BIRTH AFTER CESAREAN VBAC
214
VARICELLA ZOSTER
215
VASA PREVIA
218
VON WILLEBRAND DISEASE
220
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