|Series||Gynecological and obstetrical monographs|
|LC Classifications||RG571 D38|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||277|
COMPLICATIONS IN PREGNANCY Sabrina D. Craigo, MD Emily R. Baker, MD A UNIQUE DECISION-MAKING TOOL FOR DAILY PRACTICE This evidence-based resource provides easy-to-use, expert guidance on the assessment and treatment of common pregnancy complications seen in daily office practice. After a brief overview of the effects of disease on pregnancy and Cited by: 1. This book, written for women who have no special knowledge of medicine, aims to answer the questions which occur to them in the course of ions for safeguarding their health have been given in detail, and emphasis has been placed upon such measures as . Monochorionic (MC) pregnancies have higher rates of fetal morbidity and mortality when compared to dichorionic (DC) ones. Therefore, the early diagnostic of chorionicity is of great importance. Monochorionic pregnancies have specific complications such as twin to twin transfusion syndrome (TTTS), selective fetal growth restriction (sFGR), twin anemia polycythemia sequence (TAPS), and Author: Bruno Rodrigues Toneto. Pregnancy Book Your complete guide to: A healthy pregnancy. Labour and childbirth The first weeks with your new baby. The Department of Health would like to thank all those involved in shaping the updated edition of The Pregnancy Book, including the mothers and fathers, medical and health professionals, and the.
Williams Manual of Pregnancy Complications, 23e is a carry-anywhere, condensed guide to the Williams protocols for diagnosis and management of complications and illnesses during pregnancy. Reflecting the rigorously referenced, evidence-based approach of the parent text, the manual delivers essential information on: Cited by: 3. High Blood Pressure During Pregnancy. High blood pressure can lead to serious complications during pregnancy. Find out the best way to take care of you and your baby if you have this condition. Fifth Disease During Pregnancy. Fifth disease during pregnancy rarely leads to serious complications and is preventable. If you should contract it. The ACOG is heavily promoting a book for sale on Facebook, titled Your Pregnancy and Childbirth Month to Month, 6th edition According to the ACOG website, the most recent edition of the book (sixth edition) was published in The book contains information for women seeking a healthy pregnancy and delivery. It also contains information on potential pregnancy complications and details Author: Carole Novielli. For each condition, the book offers comprehensive coverage of pathophysiology as well as state-of-the-art guidance on effective management. Show less The revised and updated 6th Edition of this popular reference presents multidisciplinary coverage on the full spectrum of complications associated with pregnancy, including pre-existing conditions.
Managing complications in pregnancy and childbirth - Second edition; Overview. This easy-to-use manual is arranged by symptoms (e.g. vaginal bleeding in early pregnancy). Because this symptom-based approach is different from most medical texts, which are arranged by disease, a corresponding diagnosis table is provided. Complications of pregnancy are health problems that occur during pregnancy. They can involve the mother’s health, the baby’s health, or both. Some women have health problems that arise during pregnancy, and other women have health problems before they become pregnant that could lead to complications. It is very important for women to. Complications of pregnancy are health issues that are caused by pregnancy itself. These can happen during or after delivery (obstetric labor complications or puerperal disorders). Complications can be classified as mild, severe, immediate, or long-term health problems. Complications of pregnancy can cause maternal morbidity and mortality. The most common causes of maternal mortality are Author: Hassan Abduljabbar. Obstetric complications are those complications that develop during pregnancy. A woman may develop an infection, syndrome or complication that is not unique to pregnancy and that may have existed before pregnancy. Pregnancy often is complicated by preexisting and concurrent conditions.