The second edition of Critical Care in Obstetrics brings clinicians fully up to date with the latest developments in dealing with emergencies during pregnancy and labour.
This new edition has been thoroughly revised and also has new chapters including managing pregnancy in cancer survivors, newer imaging techniques, peri-mortem caesarean section and medico legal issues.
The book deals with all aspects of the management of critically ill pregnant women, covering care of the unborn foetus, as well as care of babies born to critically ill mothers. Anaesthetic management and ventilatory procedures are discussed in depth.
This fully referenced, easy to read text includes nearly 80 images and illustrations to assist obstetricians and residents prevent, recognise and treat women needing critical care in pregnancy.
New edition bringing clinicians up to date with latest developments in management of emergencies in pregnancy and labour
Thoroughly revised text with addition of important new chapters
Emphasis on anaesthetic management and ventilatory procedures
Previous edition published in 2008
Manju Gita Mishra DGO MS FICS FICOG FIAMS FICMCH Ex Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Patna Medical College and Hospital (PMCH)Patna; Chief Consultant, MGM Hospital and Research Centre, Patna, Bihar, India Pramila Modi MBBS MS FICOG FICMCH Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Modi Nursing Home, Patna, Bihar, India
Section 1: Physiology and Pathophysiology Critical Care Illness in the Obstetric Patient Section 2: Shock and Syndrome Amniotic Fluid Embolism Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation in Obstetrics Trauma in Obstetrics Burn Sepsis in Obstetrics Massive Obstetric Hemorrhage Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome (OHSS) and Pregnancy Postpartum Collapse Critical Care in Septic Shock Section 3: Medical Disorders in Pregnancy Acute Respiratory Diseases in Pregnancy Acute Pancreatitis in Pregnancy Acute Renal Failure in A Critically-ill Obstetric Patient Fatty Liver Disorder with Jaundice in Pregnancy Pregnancy with Cardiac Disease: A Critical Review Critical Care of Severely Anemic Patient Section 4: Mixed Bag Obstructed Labor Severe Preeclampsia, Eclampsia: Obstetrician's Nightmare Care of Baby Born of Critically-ill "Mothers" Airway and Ventilation Blood and Blood Components Transfusion in Obstetric Practice Acute Hypertensive Crisis in Pregnancy Antepartum Hemorrhage Fetal Considerations in the Critically-ill Gravida Section 5: New Frontiers Cancer in Pregnancy Role of Imaging in Obstetric Emergencies Perimortem Cesarean Delivery Medicolegal Aspects of the Critically-ill Obstetric Patient