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Office Care of Women

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Karen Schneider, John Ervin, Karen Schetzina, Julie Ware, Megan Cheney, Norm Assad, Catherine Salva, Patrice Weiss, Eric Swisher, Christine Canela, Sheri Holmes, Martin Olsen, Felicity Plaat, Sarah Griffiths, Nancy Gaba, Lisa Keder, Wing Kay Fok, Brian Brocato, David Lewis, Jennifer Lesko, Nancy Sokkary, Melanie Altizer, Jeanette Lager, James Parker Gregg, Larry Leeman, Charles Cox, Elaine Stickrath, Ayman Elnaqua, Khaled Afifi, Tristi Muir, Christine Conageski, Julie DeCesare, Joseph Peterson, Juan Garcia-Velasco, Geeta Nargund, Botros Rizk, Ibrahim El-Masri, Theodore Tsaltas, Meshell Stokes, Eduardo Lara-Torre, Amanda Murchison, Jessica Servey, Julia Johnson, Brigid Hayden, Manjusha Sahni, Jeff Quinlan, Hal Elliot, Sarah Appleton, Mark Schnee, Sharon Seidel, David Gregory, Brett Worley, Jennifer Frank, Beth Anne Fox, Ron Hamdy, Lee Dresang, Randy Brown, Elizabeth Kvach, Anita Blanchard, Natalie Roche, Lena Nguyen, Ondrea McKay, Elizabeth Ferries-Rowe
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  • Date Published: August 2016
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781107085701

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  • Office Care of Women covers a wide range of topics which are pertinent to the provision of excellent healthcare. Common gynecologic topics are discussed in depth, as well as non-gynecologic medical conditions which are frequently faced by female patients. This book is designed as a single source reference which covers the majority of topics seen by clinicians as they care for women patients in the office setting. The fifty chapters include topics unique to female patients but also include other health conditions which are affected by the patient's gender. The authors of this book span six specialties and three continents thereby giving the reader a comprehensive source of information to improve the healthcare of women.

    • The most comprehensive book available on the topic of ambulatory care of women
    • Covers both Ob/Gyn topics and other topics seen as crucial by leaders in women's health
    • Assists in understanding non-gynecologic medical conditions which are commonly faced by female patients
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    • Date Published: August 2016
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781107085701
    • dimensions: 258 x 193 x 31 mm
    • weight: 1.43kg
    • contains: 115 b/w illus.
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Health Promotion:
    1. Preventive health care Karen Schneider
    2. Contraception John Ervin
    3. Lactation Karen Schetzina and Julie Ware
    4. Genetics and cancer screening Megan Cheney
    Part II. Office Interventions:
    5. Office ultrasound Norm Assad
    6. Preoperative evaluation Catherine Salva
    7. Office procedures Patrice Weiss, Eric Swisher and Christine Canela
    8. Office management of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia Sheri Holmes and Martin Olsen
    9. Office emergencies Felicity Plaat and Sarah Griffiths
    Part III. Pregnancy:
    10. Preconception evaluation Nancy Gaba
    11. Abnormal first trimester pregnancy Lisa Keder and Wing Kay Fok
    12. Prenatal care Brian Brocato and David Lewis
    13. Pregnancy termination Jennifer Lesko
    Part IV. Gynecology:
    14. Office care of the pediatric-adolescent gynecologic patient Nancy Sokkary
    15. Amenorrhea Melanie Altizer and Patrice Weiss
    16. Abnormal uterine bleeding Jeanette Lager and James Parker Gregg
    17. Office care of sexually transmitted infections Larry Leeman
    18. Office management of pelvic pain and dyspareunia Charles Cox
    19. Office management of pelvic mass Elaine Stickrath
    20. Office management of incontinence Ayman Elnaqua and Khaled Afifi
    21. Office management of pelvic relaxation Tristi Muir
    22. Vulvo-vaginal disease Christine Conageski
    23. Office care of patients with leiomyomata of the uterus Julie DeCesare
    24. Sexual dysfunction Joseph Peterson
    25. Office management of endometriosis Juan Garcia-Velasco
    Part V. Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility:
    26. Outpatient evaluation of the infertile couple Geeta Nargund
    27. Outpatient infertility management Botros Rizk and Ibrahim El-Masri
    28. Polycystic ovary syndrome Theodore Tsaltas and Meshell Stokes
    29. Hyperandrogenism Eduardo Lara-Torre and Amanda Murchison
    30. Hyperprolactemia Jessica Servey
    31. Menopausal syndrome Julia Johnson
    32. Additional endocrine disorders seen in office patients Theodore Tsaltas
    33. Office management of female reproductive tract anomalies Brigid Hayden
    Part VI. Non-Gynecologic Conditions:
    34. Office care of breast disorders Manjusha Sahni
    35. Urinary tract infections Jeff Quinlan
    36. Office care of premenstrual syndrome and premenstrual dysphoric disorder Hal Elliot
    37. Office management of depression Sarah Appleton
    38. Eating disorders Mark Schnee
    39. Office care of obese patients Sharon Seidel
    40. Smoking cessation David Gregory
    41. Office evaluation and management of abdominal pain Brett Worley
    42. Hypertension Jennifer Frank
    43. Hyperlipidemia Beth Anne Fox and Martin Olsen
    44. Osteoporosis and osteopenia Ron Hamdy
    45. Office care of substance abuse patients Lee Dresang, Randy Brown and Elizabeth Kvach
    46. Office care of geriatric patients Anita Blanchard
    47. Office care of disabled patients Natalie Roche, Lena Nguyen and Ondrea McKay
    48. Domestic violence Martin Olsen
    49. Sexual assault Martin Olsen
    50. Ethics in office practice Elizabeth Ferries-Rowe.

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    Martin Olsen, East Tennessee State University
    Dr Martin Olsen is a Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at East Tennessee State University where he served as residency program director for over twenty years. Prior to his board certification in Ob/Gyn, he was board certified in family medicine. He is also the co-editor of Challenging Office Cases in Ob/Gyn. Dr Olsen is the inventor of a simulation device and has participated in the education of colleagues around the world.

    Botros Rizk, University of South Alabama
    Dr Botros Rizk is Professor and Head of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility and Medical and Scientific Director of USA In vitro fertilization and assisted reproduction at the University of South Alabama. Dr Rizk published twenty medical textbooks embracing different aspects of infertility and assisted reproduction, as well as, ultrasonography and robotic surgery. He is one of the early members of European Society for Human Reproduction and a founding member of Middle East Fertility Society. For several years he successfully chaired ASRM postgraduate courses on ART. Dr Rizk is President Elect of the Middle East Fertility Society.

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    Karen Schneider, John Ervin, Karen Schetzina, Julie Ware, Megan Cheney, Norm Assad, Catherine Salva, Patrice Weiss, Eric Swisher, Christine Canela, Sheri Holmes, Martin Olsen, Felicity Plaat, Sarah Griffiths, Nancy Gaba, Lisa Keder, Wing Kay Fok, Brian Brocato, David Lewis, Jennifer Lesko, Nancy Sokkary, Melanie Altizer, Jeanette Lager, James Parker Gregg, Larry Leeman, Charles Cox, Elaine Stickrath, Ayman Elnaqua, Khaled Afifi, Tristi Muir, Christine Conageski, Julie DeCesare, Joseph Peterson, Juan Garcia-Velasco, Geeta Nargund, Botros Rizk, Ibrahim El-Masri, Theodore Tsaltas, Meshell Stokes, Eduardo Lara-Torre, Amanda Murchison, Jessica Servey, Julia Johnson, Brigid Hayden, Manjusha Sahni, Jeff Quinlan, Hal Elliot, Sarah Appleton, Mark Schnee, Sharon Seidel, David Gregory, Brett Worley, Jennifer Frank, Beth Anne Fox, Ron Hamdy, Lee Dresang, Randy Brown, Elizabeth Kvach, Anita Blanchard, Natalie Roche, Lena Nguyen, Ondrea McKay, Elizabeth Ferries-Rowe

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