The Obstetric Hematology Manual by Sue PavordThe Obstetric Hematology Manual by Sue Pavord

The Obstetric Hematology Manual

EditorSue Pavord, Beverley Hunt

Hardcover | May 24, 2010

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Obstetric hematology is a fast-growing area of medicine covering the diagnosis and management of hematological problems of pregnancy. Comprehensive in approach, The Obstetric Hematology Manual addresses the many hematological conditions that can cause serious problems in pregnancy, delivery and the post-partum period for both mother and baby. Written by a team of international authorities, this text provides up-to-date, evidence-based guidelines on best care, as well as sound advice based on the experience and opinion of experts. Where appropriate, basic principles are discussed to clarify the rationale for management, and systems and procedures for disease prevention are highlighted. Many conditions and cases are discussed, including venous thromboembolism, pre-eclampsia, anemia, thrombocytopenia and inherited disorders. This book will appeal to both trainees and practitioners in obstetrics, obstetric medicine, obstetric anesthesia and hematology. It is also an accessible text for midwives, nurses, and laboratory staff.
Title:The Obstetric Hematology ManualFormat:HardcoverDimensions:276 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.71 inPublished:May 24, 2010Publisher:Cambridge University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0521865646

ISBN - 13:9780521865647

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Table of Contents

Preface; Part I. Cellular Changes: 1. Normal hematological changes during pregnancy and the puerperium Margaret Ramsay; 2. Hematinic deficiencies Jane Strong; 3. Inherited red cell disorders Emma Welch and Josh Wright; 4. Maternal autoimmune cytopenias Hamish Lyall and Bethan Myers; Part II. Fetomaternal Alloimmune Syndromes: 5. Fetal/neonatal alloimmune thrombocytopenia Michael F. Murphy; 6. Red cell alloimmunisation Alec McEwan; Part III. Thromboembolism and Anticoagulation: 7. Venous thromboembolism Ian A. Greer; 8. Thromboprophylaxis Catherine Nelson-Piercy and Sarah Germain; 9. Prosthetic heart valves Claire McLintock; 10. Management of anticoagulants at delivery Christina Oppenheimer and Paul Sharpe; Part IV. Thrombophilia and Fetal Loss: 11. Antiphospholipid syndrome Sue Pavord and Bethan Myers; 12. Thrombophilia and pregnancy loss Isobel D. Walker; Part V. Haemorrhagic Disorders: 13a. Management of obstetric hemorrhage: obstetric management Susan Bewley and Annette Briley; 13b. Management of obstetric hemorrhage: anesthetic management Geraldine O'Sullivan; 13c. Management of obstetric hemorrhage: hemostatic management Elmina Lefkou and Beverley Hunt; 13d. Management of obstetric hemorrhage: radiological management John F. Reidy and Ash Saini; 14. Inherited disorders of primary hemostasis Sue Pavord; 15. Inherited coagulopathies Sue Pavord; 16. Genetic counselling and prenatal diagnosis in haemophilia Andrew Mumford; Part VI. Microangiopathies: 17. Preeclampsia Elmina Lefkou and Beverley Hunt; 18. Thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura Marie Scully and Pat O'Brien; Part VII. Malignant Conditions: 19. Myeloproliferative disorders in pregnancy Claire Harrison and Susan E. Robinson; 20. Late effects of chemotherapy on fertility, pregnancy and delivery Seonaid Pye and Nina Salooja; Index.

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"Any condition that potentially could be related to hematology is addressed. Given the significance of maternal morbidity and mortality, this most certainly is a worthwhile contribution to the field....One striking aspect of the book is that it is aesthetically pleasing. It is difficult to make a book about hematology engaging but the authors have succeeded -- in both content and appearance -- in creating a book that is a pleasure to read....[W]ill certainly prove an invaluable addition to the libraries of clinicians who deal with these patients." --Doody's Review Service