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Obstetric Anesthesia

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 (ISBN-13: 9780511275777)

Obstetric Anesthesia is a definitive, comprehensive and yet easily navigated reference for all anesthesia practitioners caring for women in labor. Designed to offer rapid access to information, it is suited as a convenient reference on the Labor Floor. Over 400 topics are covered in detail, including pharmacology, physiology, delivery of anesthesia, and management of co-existing diseases as they relate to pregnancy. A detailed formulary of common medications, emphasizing indications, contraindications, and maternal and fetal effects of the drugs is also included.

• All content presented in concise outline format for quick consultation • Small-size pocket guide for easy reference • Practical, clinically oriented presentation

Contents

1. Acetaminophen poisoning; 2. Acne vulgaris; 3. Acute abdominal pain; 4. Acute asthma; 5. Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL); 6. Acute otitis media; 7. Acute renal failure (ARF); 8. Acute rheumatic fever (ARF); 9. Adolescent contraception; 10. Adrenal insufficiency; 11. Alopecia (hair loss); 12. Altered mental status; 13. Amenorrhea; 14. Anaphylaxis; 15. Anemia; 16. Animal bites; 17. Ankle injuries; 18. Anorexia; 19. Aortic stenosis (AS); 20. Aplastic anemia; 21. Apparent life-threatening events (ALTE); 22. Appendicitis; 23. Approach to ingestions; 24. Aspirin overdose; 25. Ataxia; 26. Atopic dermatitis; 27. Atrial septal defect (ASD); 28. Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD); 29. Back pain; 30. Bell's palsy/facial palsy; 31. Beta-blocker overdose; 32. Brain tumors; 33. Breast disorders; 34. Breastfeeding basics; 35. Bronchiolitis; 36. Bulimia; 37. Campylobacter infections; 38. Carbon monoxide poisoning; 39. Cardiac arrhythmias; 40. Cat-scratch disease; 41. Cellulitis; 42. Chest pain; 43. Child abuse; 44. Chronic asthma; 45. Chronic renal failure; 46. Coarctation of the aorta; 47. Colic; 48. Congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH); 49. Congenital syphilis; 50. Congestive heart failure (CHF); 51. Conjunctivitis; 52. Constipation; 53. Croup (laryngotracheobronchitis); 54. Cyanotic heart disease; 55. Cystic fibrosis; 56. Depression; 57. Developmental dysplasia of the hip; 58. Diabetes insipidus (DI); 59. Diabetes mellitus (DM); 60. Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA); 61. Diaper dermatitis; 62. Disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC); 63. Down syndrome; 64. Dysfunctional uterine bleeding; 65. Dysmenorrhea; 66. EBV disease/infectious mononucleosis; 67. Electrical injuries; 68. Endocarditis and prophylaxis; 69. Enuresis; 70. Epididymitis; 71. Epiglottitis; 72. Ethanol poisoning; 73. Evaluation of dysmorphic child; 74. External otitis (swimmer's ear); 75. Failure to thrive; 76. Febrile infants; 77. Febrile seizures; 78. Fever and bacteremia; 79. Foreign body aspiration (FBA); 80. Fragile X; 81. GI foreign body; 82. Gastroesophageal reflux (GERD); 83. General approach to burns; 84. Giardia; 85. Glomerulonephritis; 86. Gonococcal infection; 87. Guillain-barré syndrome; 88. HIV infection in children; 89. Head trauma; 90. Headaches; 91. Hemolytic uremic syndrome; 92. Hemophilia; 93. Hemoptysis; 94. Henoch-schönlein purpura; 95. Hernias and hydroceles; 96. Herpes simplex viral infections; 97. Hirschsprung's disease; 98. Human bites; 99. Hypercoagulable state; 100. Hypertension (HTN); 101. Hyperthyroidism, acquired (graves' disease); 102. Hypogammaglobulinemia syndromes; 103. Hypoglycemia in children; 104. Hypothermia; 105. Hypothyroidism; 106. Hypotonia; 107. Ibuprofen poisoning; 108. Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP); 109. Impetigo; 110. Inborn errors of metabolism; 111. Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD): crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis (UC); 112. Intussusception; 113. Iron deficiency; 114. Iron poisoning; 115. Jaundice, post-infantile; 116. Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis (JRA); 117. Kawasaki disease (KD); 118. Kidney stones; 119. Knee injury; 120. Language delay; 121. Lead poisoning; 122. Legg-calve-perthes disease; 123. Lice; 124. Lower GI bleeding; 125. Lyme disease; 126. Lymphoma; 127. Malabsorption; 128. Malaria; 129. Malrotation and volvulus; 130. Meningococcal diseases; 131. Mitral valve prolapse (MVP); 132. Molluscum contagiosum; 133. Mumps/parotitis; 134. Murmurs; 135. Mycobacterium tuberculosis; 136. Mycoplasma pneumonia; 137. Myocarditis; 138. Narcotic abstinence syndrome; 139. Near drowning; 140. Nephrotic syndrome; 141. Neuroblastoma; 142. Neurofibromatosis (NF); 143. Neutropenia; 144. Nontuberculous mycobacteria (NTM); 145. Nursemaid's elbow; 146. Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA); 147. Osgood-schlatter disease; 148. Osteomyelitis; 149. Osteosarcoma; 150. Otitis media with effusion (chronic otitis);

Review

'… this book's real selling points are its ease of use, wide range of topics it covers, and extremely detailed Obstetric Formulary section, which sets it apart from other texts. … very detailed, well-written and critical. … this book provides a thorough back ground into the conditions it covers …' Today's Anaesthetist

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