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Management of acute obstetric emergencies /
Baha M. Sibai ; illustrated by Joe Chovan.
imprint
Philadelphia, PA : Elsevier Saunders, c2011.
description
xi, 194 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 29 cm. + 1 videodisc (4 3/4 in.).
ISBN
141606270X, 9781416062707
format(s)
Book, DVD
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imprint
Philadelphia, PA : Elsevier Saunders, c2011.
isbn
141606270X
9781416062707
contents note
Epidemiology of acute obstetric emergencies -- Acute changes in fetal heart rate tracing : when it becomes an emergency -- Evaluation and management of antepartum and intrapartum hemorrhage -- Evaluation and management of postpartum hemorrhage -- Amniotic fluid embolism -- Pulmonary embolism in pregnancy -- Peripartum cardiomyopathy and pulmonary edema -- Management of severe sepsis and septic shock -- Management of hypertensive crisis including stroke -- Management of eclampsia -- Subcapsular liver hematoma -- Diabetic ketoacidosis -- Thyroid storm in pregnancy -- Cardiorespiratory arrest and cardiorespiratory resuscitation in pregnancy -- Indications and techniques for transcervical and abdominal cerclage -- Techniques and complications of planned and emergency cesarean section -- Avoiding and managing lower urinary tract injury during vaginal and abdominal deliveries.
catalogue key
7811728
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Main Description
Management Acute of Obstetric Emergencies, by Baha M. Sibai, MD, is the ideal way to enhance your skills in this key area of obstetrics. In this volume in the Female Pelvic Surgery Video Atlas Series, edited by Mickey Karram, MD, detailed discussions and illustrations, case studies, and video footage clarify how to most effectively anticipate and perform a variety of emergency procedures and manage complications. Supplemental video presentations take you step by step through high-risk obstetrical emergencies including evaluation and management of hemorrhaging (antepartum, intrapartum, and postpartum), managing maternal cardiac arrest, and more.
Main Description
Management Acute of Obstetric Emergencies, by Baha M. Sibai, MD, is the ideal way to enhance your skills in this key area of obstetrics. In this volume in the Female Pelvic Surgery Video Atlas Series, edited by Mickey Karram, MD, detailed discussions and illustrations, case studies, and video footage clarify how to most effectively anticipate and perform a variety of emergency procedures and manage complications. Supplemental video presentations take you step by step through high-risk obstetrical emergencies including evaluation and management of hemorrhaging (antepartum, intrapartum, and postpartum), managing maternal cardiac arrest, and more. Case-based presentations and videos, narrated by the authors, take you step by step through a variety of procedures including CPR in pregnancy, techniques for abdominal cerclage, Cesarean hysterectomy, and management of postpartum hemorrhage. Highly illustrated, quick-reference chapters discuss all of the possible diagnoses for which each procedure is indicated. Case studies describe the clinical history surrounding each case featured in the videos. Step by step, visual guidance to the diagnosis and management of Obstetric emergencies, with emphasis on anticipation and preparation.

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