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Preterm Labour
Managing Risk in Clinical Practice

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Peter Daniellian, Marion Hall, Andrew Thomson, Jane Norman, Philip Bennett, Tamsin Lindstrom, Jennifer Louden, M. Levene, Lawrence Miall, Philip Owen, Fiona Mackenzie, J. Morrison, Nandi Ravikumar, Donald Peebles, Steve Thornton, Manu Vatish, Katie Groom, Mark Kilby, David Somerset, Anne May, Chris Elton, Michael Weindling, Richa Gupta, Karl Murphy, Sara Twaddle, S. M. McLean, Sara Elliston
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  • This book was first published in 2005. This volume summarizes advances in the optimal clinical management of preterm labour, using the best available evidence of the time. The contributors (mostly practising clinicians) are all actively involved in research into the mechanisms, aetiology, treatment and associated outcomes of preterm labour. The chapters are based on common clinical scenarios and each provides a comprehensive literature review followed by evidence-based recommendations on appropriate management. A summary of the pathophysiology of parturition is provided, and the obstetric scenarios cover management of threatened preterm labour, management of preterm premature ruptured membranes and management of preterm labour with specific complications (such as intrauterine growth restriction). Other chapters include the epidemiology, prediction and prevention of preterm labour. Anaesthetic and paediatric issues are explored in depth, and there are chapters on the legal and organizational issues surrounding preterm labour.

    • Preterm delivery remains a pre-eminent problem in modern obstetrics
    • Contributing authors are all actively involved in research into the mechanisms, aetiology, treatment and associated outcomes
    • Also covers epidemiology, prediction and the prevention of preterm delivery
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    "The chapters are succinct, well written and informative.... The book is easy to read and offers an international perspective.... The data presented will be particularly helpful to physicians in small units."
    The New England Journal of Medicine

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    • Date Published: September 2005
    • format: Adobe eBook Reader
    • isbn: 9780511126499
    • availability: Adobe Reader ebooks available from eBooks.com
  • Table of Contents

    1. Epidemiology of preterm delivery Peter Daniellian and Marion Hall
    2. Biology of labour Andrew Thomson and Jane Norman
    3. Transcriptional regulation of labour associated genes Philip Bennett, Tamsin Lindstrom and Jennifer Louden
    4. Fetal outcome following preterm delivery M. Levene and Lawrence Miall
    5. Prediction of preterm delivery Philip Owen and Fiona Mackenzie
    6. Prevention of preterm labour J. Morrison and Nandi Ravikumar
    7. Management of preterm premature ruptured membranes Donald Peebles
    8. Management of threatened preterm labour Steve Thornton, Manu Vatish, Katie Groom and Philip Bennett
    9. Management of preterm labour with specific complications Mark Kilby, David Somerset
    10. Anaesthetic issues in preterm labour and intensive care management of the sick parturient Anne May and Chris Elton
    11. Management of the preterm neonate Michael Weindling and Richa Gupta
    12. Organisation of high risk obstetric and neonatal services Karl Murphy and Sara Twaddle
    13. Legal issues in the management of pregnancy and labour S. M. McLean and Sara Elliston
    14. Treating the preterm infant - the legal context Sara Elliston.

  • Editors

    Jane Norman, University of Glasgow

    Ian Greer, University of Glasgow

    Contributors

    Peter Daniellian, Marion Hall, Andrew Thomson, Jane Norman, Philip Bennett, Tamsin Lindstrom, Jennifer Louden, M. Levene, Lawrence Miall, Philip Owen, Fiona Mackenzie, J. Morrison, Nandi Ravikumar, Donald Peebles, Steve Thornton, Manu Vatish, Katie Groom, Mark Kilby, David Somerset, Anne May, Chris Elton, Michael Weindling, Richa Gupta, Karl Murphy, Sara Twaddle, S. M. McLean, Sara Elliston

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