Williams Obstetrics: 23rd Edition
McGraw Hill Professional, Nov 6, 2009 - Medical - 1404 pages
The leading obstetrics reference for more than a century -- now in full-color and with a greater emphasis on evidence-based practice
Written by a team of expert authors from world-renowned Parkland Hospital, this rigorously referenced, landmark resource tells you everything you need to know about the practice of obstetrics in a unified, consistent tone not found in other texts.
For decades, ob-gyn practitioners and residents have hailed the book for its thoroughness, scientific orientation, and practical applicability at the bedside. Williams Obstetrics is reinforced throughout by a timely emphasis on evidence-based medicine, supported by state-of-the-art ultrasound images and original illustrations. The book's comprehensive coverage begins with an incisive look at maternal anatomy and physiology, and fetal growth and development. The text then progresses to the antepartum period, labor and delivery, the fetus and newborn, the peurperium period, obstetric complications, and medical and surgical complications.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - empress8411 - LibraryThing
This is an out of date copy of a well used textbook. I enjoyed reading it, even if the pages where faded and the techniques old. An excellent introduction, if you want to just get a brief overview. Read full review
Section 2 Maternal and Fetal Anatomy and Physiology
Section 3 Antepartum
Section 4 Labor and Delivery
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