Principles of Critical Care in Obstetrics: Volume I by Alpesh GandhiPrinciples of Critical Care in Obstetrics: Volume I by Alpesh Gandhi

Principles of Critical Care in Obstetrics: Volume I

byAlpesh GandhiEditorNarendra Malhotra, Jaideep Malhotra

Hardcover | March 15, 2016

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Critical care in obstetrics is an upcoming specialty in the developing countries. This book is first of its kind as there are very few books written on this subject with the South East Asian perspective. The book discusses various aspects of critical care in obstetrics starting from the basic principles, physiology, ethics, monitoring and organization of a critical care unit. The various chapters cover management of life threatening illnesses involving various organ systems of the body of a pregnant woman. Furthermore, the management of a pregnant woman is unique as it involves not only management of the patient but the developing fetus in her womb as well. This book aims to help the obstetricians, postgraduate students and critical care providers with the management protocols in dealing with critically ill pregnant women.
Narendra Malhotra is a Managing Director at Rainbow Hospitals, Agra, India •F.R.S.H. (London) Fellow Royal Society of Health •F.I.C.M.C.H. (Calcutta) Fellow Indian College of Maternal & Child Health •F.I.A.J.A.G.O. (Bombay) (Fellow Indian Academy of Juvenile & Adolescent Gynaecology and Obstetrics). •F.I.C.M.U. (Fellow Indian College o...
Title:Principles of Critical Care in Obstetrics: Volume IFormat:HardcoverDimensions:368 pagesPublished:March 15, 2016Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:8132226909

ISBN - 13:9788132226901


Table of Contents

Section I Overview of critical care settingSection II Procedures in intensive care unit Section III Clinical shock syndromesSection IV Cardiovascular problems requiring critical care