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Management of High-Risk Pregnancy: An Evidence-Based Approach, 5th Edition

Management of High-Risk Pregnancy: An Evidence-Based Approach, 5th Edition

John T. Queenan (Editor) , Catherine Y. Spong (Editor) , Charles J. Lockwood (Editor)

ISBN: 978-0-470-69187-8

Apr 2008, Wiley-Blackwell

488 pages

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Description

This book is a must-have for all health professionals involved in the care of women with high risk pregnancies. It is a concise and practical resource for all perinatal care and a reference for the diagnosis and management of high risk pregnancy.

The fifth edition of this classic, focuses on factors affecting pregnancy, genetics, practical diagnostic techniques, maternal diseases in pregnancy and pregnancy complications, labor, anesthesia, and neonatal considerations.

Dr Queenan is joined in the fifth edition by a new editor, Catherine Spong. The book will take an explicitly evidence-based approach this time around and will expand upon several important areas; genetics, doppler ultrasound, prevention, AIDS, group B streptococcus, preeclampsia, and prematurity.

List of contributors, vii

Foreword, x

Preface, xi

Acknowledgments, xii

Part 1: Factors of High-Risk Pregnancy

1 Overview of high-risk pregnancy, 3
John T. Queenan, Catherine Y. Spong, and Charles J. Lockwood

2 Maternal nutrition, 6
Edward R. Newton

3 Alcohol and substance abuse, 24
William F. Rayburn

4 Environmental agents and reproductive risk, 31
Laura Goetzl

5 Medications in pregnancy and lactation, 38
Catalin S. Buhimschi and Carl P. Weiner

Part 2: Genetics

6 Genetic screening for mendelian disorders, 61
Deborah A. Driscoll

7 Screening for neural tube defects, 67
Nancy C. Chescheir

8 First and second trimester screening for fetal aneuploidy, 72
Fergal D. Malone

Part 3: Monitoring: Biochemical and Biophysical

9 Fetal endocrinology, 81
Nebojsa Radunovic and Charles J. Lockwood

10 Fetal lung maturity, 91
Steven G. Gabbe, Sarah H. Poggi, and Alessandro Ghidini

11 Antepartum fetal monitoring, 95
Brian L. Shaffer and Julian T. Parer

12 Interpreting intrapartum fetal heart tracings, 104
Michael Nageotte

Part 4: Maternal Disease

13 Sickle cell disease, 109
Scott Roberts

14 Thrombocytopenia, 113
Robert M. Silver and Erin A.S. Clark

15 Inherited and acquired thrombophilias, 119
Michael J. Paidas

16 Pathophysiology and diagnosis of thromboembolic disorders in pregnancy, 133
Christian M. Pettker and Charles J. Lockwood

17 Cardiac disease in pregnancy, 143
Stephanie R. Martin and Michael R. Foley

18 Renal disease in pregnancy, 163
John Hayslett

19 Pregnancy in transplant patients, 168
James R. Scott

20 Gestational diabetes mellitus, 176
Deborah L. Conway

21 Diabetes mellitus, 182
George Saade

22 Maternal hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism, 186
Brian Casey

23 Asthma, 192
Michael Schatz

24 Epilepsy, 201
Page B. Pennell

25 Chronic hypertension, 210
C. Kevin Huls and Dinesh M. Shah

26 Systemic lupus erythematosus, 214
Benjamin Hamar and Edmund Funai

27 Perinatal infections, 222
Jeanne S. Sheffield

28 Group B streptococcal infections, 234
Ronald S. Gibbs

29 Hepatitis in pregnancy, 238
Patrick Duff

30 HIV infection, 242
Howard L. Minkoff

Part 5: Obstetric Complications

31 Genetic and nongenetic causes of spontaneous abortion, 253
Charles J. Lockwood

32 The incompetent cervix, 263
John Owen

33 Gestational hypertension—preeclampsia and eclampsia, 271
Labib M. Ghulmiyyah and Baha M. Sibai

34 Emergency care in pregnancy, 280
Garrett K. Lam and Michael R. Foley

35 Sonographic dating and standard fetal biometry, 286
Alfred Abuhamad and David Nyberg

36 Rh and other blood group alloimmunizations, 298
Kenneth J. Moise, Jr.

37 Multiple pregnancy, 304
Young Mi Lee, Jane Cleary-Goldman, and Mary E. D'Alton

38 Polyhydramnios and oligohydramnios, 316
Michael G. Ross, Ron Beloosesky, and John T. Queenan

39 Prevention of preterm birth, 326
Paul J. Meis

40 Pathogenesis and prediction of preterm delivery, 333
Charles J. Lockwood

41 Preterm premature rupture of membranes, 345
Brian M. Mercer

42 Management of preterm labor, 354
Vincenzo Berghella

43 Placenta previa and related placental disorders, 362
Yinka Oyelese

Part 6: Complications of Labor and Delivery

44 Prolonged pregnancy, 373
Errol R. Norwitz and Victoria Snegovskikh

45 Cesarean delivery, 382
Michael W. Varner

46 Vaginal birth after cesarean delivery, 389
Mark B. Landon

47 Breech delivery, 397
Edward R. Yeomans and Larry C. Gilstrap

48 Obstetric analgesia and anesthesia, 401
Gilbert J. Grant

Part 7: Procedures

49 Genetic amniocentesis and chorionic villus sampling, 409
Ronald J. Wapner

50 Direct fetal blood sampling: cordocentesis, 419
Alessandro Ghidini and Caterina Bocchi

51 Amnioinfusion: indications and controversies, 425
Catherine Y. Spong

52 Fetal surgery, 433
Robert H. Ball, Hanmin Lee, and Michael R. Harrison

53 Problems in the newborn, 442
Avroy A. Fanaroff

54 Neonatal encephalopathy and cerebral palsy, 452
Gary D.V. Hankins and Monica Longo

Index, 459

A classic clinical reference, for anyone working with the diagnosis and management of high-risk pregnancies
  • New evidence-based approach focuses on factors affecting pregnancy, genetics, practical diagnostic techniques, maternal diseases in pregnancy and pregnancy complications, labor, anesthesia, and neonatal considerations.
  • Expands upon several important areas; genetics, doppler ultrasound, prevention, AIDS, group B streptococcus, pre-eclampsia, and prematurity
  • new editor; Catherine Spong