Oxford Textbook of Obstetric Anaesthesia

Hardcover | November 7, 2016

EditorVicki Clark, Marc Van de Velde, Roshan Fernando

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From early conception until the postpartum period, anaesthetists are required to provide pregnant women with the highest standard of anaesthetic care and pain relief whilst negotiating challenges such as concurrent systemic disease, infertility, and obesity as well as practising in accordancewith new developments in fetal medicine surgery, pharmacology, and imaging. The Oxford Textbook of Obstetric Anaesthesia provides an up-to-date summary of the scientific basis, assessment for and provision of anaesthesia throughout pregnancy and labour. This highly authoritative textbook is conceptually divided into nine sections, detailing maternal and fetal physiology, fetal and neonatal assessment and therapy, anaesthesia before and during pregnancy, labour and vaginal delivery, anaesthesia for caesarean delivery, anaesthetic and obstetriccomplications, as well as systemic disease. Individual chapters address topics such as simulation and ultrasound. Authored by an international team of expert anaesthetists this textbook reflects current world-wide practice and guidelines. Designed for consultants and trainees in anaesthesia, the Oxford Textbook of Obstetric Anaesthesia is the definitive source of expert knowledge for anaesthetists in thissubspecialty.

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From early conception until the postpartum period, anaesthetists are required to provide pregnant women with the highest standard of anaesthetic care and pain relief whilst negotiating challenges such as concurrent systemic disease, infertility, and obesity as well as practising in accordancewith new developments in fetal medicine surg...

Dr Vicki Clark was born in Guyana in the West Indies and graduated from Edinburgh University. She did her Anaesthetic training in both Glasgow and Edinburgh and was appointed as a Consultant Anaesthetist with special interest in Obstetric Anaesthesia in the Simpson Centre for Reproductive Health, the largest maternity unit in Scotland....

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:1072 pages, 10.87 × 8.62 × 0.01 inPublished:November 7, 2016Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198713339

ISBN - 13:9780198713333

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1. Alistair McKenzie: Historic timeline of obstetric anaesthesia2. Roulhac D Toledano: Physiological changes associated with pregnancy3. Marie-Pierre Bonnet, Anne Alice Chantry: Placenta and utero-placental perfusion4. Thierry Girard, Thomas Erb: Fetal and neonatal physiology5. Karel Allegaert, Kristel van Calsteren: Maternal, fetal and neonatal pharmacokinectics6. Yves Jacquemyn, Anneke Kwee: Antenatal and intrapartum fetal evaluation7. Francesca Russo, Tim Van Mieghem, Jan Deprest: Fetal medicine, fetal anaesthesia and fetal surgery8. Ewen D. Johnston, Julie-Clare Becher: Neonatal assessment and therapy9. D De Neubourg, S Devroe: Fertility treatment in the modern age: possibilities and anaesthesia10. Vegard Dahl, Ulrich J Spreng: Anaesthesia for non-obstetric surgery11. Oliver Kraemer, Timothee Fraisse: Drugs in pregnancy and lactation12. Roland Devlieger, Maria-Elisabeth Smet: Obstetric management of labour, delivery and vaginal birth after caesarean delivery (VBAC)13. Grace McClune, David Hill: Non-pharmacological methods of pain relief and systemic analgesia in labour14. E. Roofthooft, S. Devroe, M. Van de Velde: Initiation of neuraxial labour analgesia15. Alex Tiong Heng Sia, Ban Leong Sng, Serene Leo: Maintenance of neuraxial labour analgesia16. Giorgio Capogna: Labour analgesia: choice of local anaestethetics17. Catherine Cromey, Susan Catling: Adjuvant drugs in neuraxial anaesthesia18. Alternative regional techniques19. Jessica Bauerle, MD, Mieke A Soens, MD: Prevention and management of breakthrough pain during neuraxial labour analgesia20. Michelle Walters, Katherine Cheesman, Sarah Armstrong, Geraldine OSullivan: Neuraxial anaesthesia for caesarean delivery21. Tauqeer Husain, Roshan Fernando, Joanna Mavridou: Intra-operative management of inadequate neuraxial anaesthesia22. David M Levy and Leva Saule: General anaesthesia for caesarean delivery23. RA Dyer, MJ Arcache, E Langesaeter: The aetiology and management of hypotension during spinal anaesthesia for caesarean delivery24. Sarah L Armstrong, Gary M Stocks: Postoperative analgesia after caesarean delivery25. Patricia Lavand'homme, Fabienne Roelants: Persistent pain after caesarean delivery and vaginal birth26. M.C. Mushambi, R. Pandey: Management of the difficult airway in the obstetric patient27. Michael J Paech, Patchareya Nivatpumin: Postdural puncture headache (PDPH)28. Vibeke Moen: Neurological complications of neuraxial blockade in pregnancy29. Elizabeth Combeer, Rehana Iqbal, Steve Yentis: Medicolegal issues in obstetric anaesthesia30. Philip Barclay, Helen Scholefield: High dependency and intensive care31. Sunil Halder and Steve Yentis: Maternal mortality and morbidity32. W.Colin Duncan: Problems in early pregnancy33. Keag O.E, Cooper E.S: Prematurity, multiple gestation and abnormal presentation34. DN Lucas, Colleen D. Acosta, Marian Knight: Sepsis in obstetrics35. Jane Norman, Vicki Clark: Obstetric haemorrhage36. John A Anderson, Pierre-Antoine Laloe, Derek J Tuffnell: Hypertension in pregnancy37. Salma Ballal and Ian A Greer: Thromboembolic disorders in pregnancy38. John A Anderson, Pierre Laloe, Derek J Tuffnell: Amniotic fluid embolism (anaphylactoid syndrome of pregnancy)39. Fiona C Denison, Alistair Milne: The obese parturient40. D.P. Doba, E.E. Pickeringa, M.A. Gatzoulis: Anaesthesia for moderate to complex congenital heart disease in pregnancy41. Linzi Peacock, Rachel Hignett: Acquired heart disease in pregnancy42. Wendy H.L. Teoh: Respiratory disease43. Chris Verslype, David Cassiman, Johan Verhaeghe: Liver disorders in pregnancy44. Kate Wiles, Kate Bramham, Catherine Nelson-Piercy: Kidney disease in pregnancy45. James Griffiths and Kate Drummond: Neurological disease and obstetric anaesthesia46. James P.R. Brown, M. Joanne Douglas: Musculoskeletal disorders and pregnancy47. Mirjana Kendrisic, Borislava Pujic: Endocrine and autommune disorders in pregnancy48. Sapna Ladani, Beverley J. Hunt, Sue Pavord: Obstetric haematology49. Roch Cantwell MB: Peripartum psychiatric disorders50. Kristel Van Calsteren: Chronic maternal infections51. R. Junkin, E.M. McGrady: Substance abuse52. Ruth Landau, Clemens Ortner: Genetics and obstetric anaesthesia53. Mark Wigginton, Miguel Garcia, Timothy J Draycott, Neil A Muchatuta: Simulation in obstetric anaesthesia54. Sudhir Immani, John Loughrey: Ultrasound in obstetric anaesthesia55. Gordon Yuill, Simon Millar: International outreach in obstetric anaesthesia