Shoulder Dystocia and Birth Injury: Prevention and Treatment by James A. O'LearyShoulder Dystocia and Birth Injury: Prevention and Treatment by James A. O'Leary

Shoulder Dystocia and Birth Injury: Prevention and Treatment

EditorJames A. O'Leary

Paperback | November 5, 2010

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During the past several years, there has been an extensive reappraisal of the physiologic changes of pregnancy and their associated disorders, along with a refinement of diagnostic procedures and evaluation of the therapeutic approaches that are of primary concern to the physician. In Shoulder Dystocia and Birth Injury: Prevention and Treatment, Third Edition, noted authority James A. O'Leary, M.D., with 40 years experience as an M.D. academician, lecturer, practitioner and clinical researcher with almost 200 contributions to the OB-GYN literature and textbooks, shares his insight on treatment techniques, identification and treatment of predisposing risk factors, current statistical data, ultrasound diagnosis and the necessary steps toward prevention, along with a thorough review of the important medical-legal issues.Shoulder Dystocia and Birth Injury: Prevention and Treatment, Third Edition supplements the limits of personal experience with the accumulated experience of many talented clinicians to aid physicians, midwives, and professionals in training with the most current information in this vital field.
Title:Shoulder Dystocia and Birth Injury: Prevention and TreatmentFormat:PaperbackDimensions:325 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0 inPublished:November 5, 2010Publisher:Humana PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Foreword PrefaceIntroduction PART ONE PREVENTION Chapter 1 Preconceptual Risk FactorsJames A. O'Leary Chapter 2 Antepartum Risk FactorsJames A. O'Leary Chapter 3 Role of Ultrasound in Shoulder DystociaJames A. O'Leary Chapter 4 Intrapartum Risk FactorsJames A. O'Leary Chapter 5 Pelvimetry James A. O'LearyPART TWO TREATMENT Chapter 6 Recognition of Disproportion James A. O'LearyChapter 7 Delivery TechniquesJames A. O'Leary Chapter 8 McRoberts' ManeuverJames A. O'Leary Chapter 9 Cephalic Replacement: The Gunn-Zavanelli-O'Leary ManeuverJames A. O'Leary Chapter 10 Infant InjuryJames A. O'Leary PART THREE CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS Chapter 11 In-utero Causation of Brachial Plexus Injury: Myth or Mystery?James A. O'Leary Chapter 12 Recurrent Shoulder DystociaJames A. O'Leary Chapter 13 Predisposing Factors for Shoulder Dystocia Related Birth Injuries: Causation AnalysisLeslie Iffy, Joseph J. Apuzzio and Vijaya Raju Chapter 14 Recognition, Classification, and Management of Shoulder Dystocia: The Relationship to Causation of Brachial Plexus Injury in Private PracticeMichael S. Kreitzer Chapter 15 Minimizing the Risks of Shoulder Dystocia Related Fetal InjuriesLeslie Iffy, Joseph J. Apuzzio and Vijaya Raju Chapter 16 The Maternal Fetal Medicine Viewpoint: Causation and LitigationBarry S. Schifrin and Wayne R. Cohen Chapter 17 Brachial Plexus Palsy at Cesarean SectionMichael S. Kreitzer and James A. O'Leary Chapter 18 Delivery of the Non-Diabetic Macrosomic InfantLisa Gittens-Williams Chapter 19 The Midwifery View of Shoulder Dystocia Judith S. Mercer and Debra A. Errickson-Owens Chapter 20 Recent Research: Relevant and ReliableJames A. O'Leary

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From the reviews of the third edition:"This third edition of a comprehensive review of shoulder dystocia (SD) details nearly every aspect of SD including prevention, recognition, treatment, outcomes, and other implications . . Physicians, midwives, and professionals in training are the intended audience. Students wishing to learn more about SD could also turn to this as a reference. . For practitioners or researchers with an interest in SD, this is a valuable book. . This unique book is a good contribution to the field of obstetrics." (Gilad A. Gross, Doody's Review Service, January, 2009)