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Obstetric Interventions

Obstetric Interventions
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P. J. Dörr, S. Keizer, M. Weemhoff, M. C. de Ruiter, V. M. Khouw, H. W. Torij, K. M. Heetkamp, A. Grunebaum, A. J. Schneider, J. J. Duvekot, M. Laubach, Y. Jacquemyn, E. Roets, M. Hanssens, M. Kok, A. T. M. Verhoeven, J. P. de Leeuw, H. W. Bruinse, H. C. J. Scheepers, B. Wibbens, G. G. M. Essed, F. K. Lotgering, P. P. van den Berg, S. G. Oei, H. J. van Beekhuizen, J. H. Schagen van Leeuwen, W. Mingelen, F. M. van Dunné, J. B. Derks, J. van Roosmalen, S. A. Scherjon, J. G. Nijhuis, W. J. A. Gyselaers, C. Willekes, M. E. Vierhout, F. A. Chervenak, L. B. McCullough
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  • Date Published: June 2017
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Print/online bundle
  • isbn: 9781316632567

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  • Complications that arise during childbirth remain a significant challenge for all healthcare providers. Obstetric Interventions is a richly detailed text that combines traditional obstetrics with the use of innovative birthing techniques. With clear, state-of-the-art color illustrations throughout - all originally produced for this text - this book gives clear insight into the mechanisms of normal childbirth and the alternative techniques of obstetric intervention that may need to be used in the delivery room. In addition to being highly illustrated, the book is accompanied by over fifty animated simulations of obstetric interventions that are available online. These highlight the different birth mechanisms in truly unique detail and will aid understanding of anatomy and technique. Obstetric Interventions is aimed at obstetricians, obstetric trainees, and midwives. This book provides an evidence-based insight into the choices that obstetricians and midwives face every day at all stages of the birthing process.

    • Online movie simulation content offers 3-dimensional understanding when performing obstetric interventions
    • Offers global understanding and insight from over thirty different authors worldwide
    • Provides extensive cover of possible complications that could arise during the birthing process
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    • Date Published: June 2017
    • format: Print/online bundle
    • isbn: 9781316632567
    • length: 246 pages
    • dimensions: 245 x 189 x 11 mm
    • weight: 0.57kg
    • contains: 1 b/w illus. 353 colour illus. 16 tables
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Anatomy:
    1. Anatomy P. J. Dörr, S. Keizer, M. Weemhoff, M. C. de Ruiter and V. M. Khouw
    Part II. Normal Labor and Delivery:
    2. Normal labor and delivery H. W. Torij, K. M. Heetkamp and A. Grunebaum
    Part III. Pathology of Labor and Labor and Delivery:
    3. Compound presentation and umbilical cord prolapse A. J. Schneider and J. J. Duvekot
    4. Delivery of twins M. Laubach and Y. Jacquemyn
    5. External cephalic version E. Roets, M. Hanssens and M. Kok
    6. Vaginal breech delivery A. T. M. Verhoeven, J. P. de Leeuw, H. W. Bruinse, H. C. J. Scheepers and B. Wibbens
    7. Operative vaginal delivery (vacuum and forceps extraction) P. J. Dörr, G. G. M. Essed, and F. K. Lotgering
    8. Shoulder dystocia P. P. van den Berg and S. G. Oei
    9. Retained placenta H. J. van Beekhuizen and J. H. Schagen van Leeuwen
    10. Placenta accreta, increta, and percreta W. Mingelen, F. M. van Dunné and P. J. Dörr
    11. Inversion of the uterus J. B. Derks and J. van Roosmalen
    12. Technique for cesarean delivery S. A. Scherjon, J. G. Nijhuis and W. J. A. Gyselaers
    13. Sphincter injury M. Weemhoff, C. Willekes and M. E. Vierhout
    Part IV. Ethics of Obstetrical Interventions:
    14. Ethical dimensions of obstetrical interventions F. A. Chervenak, A. Grunebaum and L. B. McCullough
    Index.

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    P. Joep Dörr, HMC Haaglanden Medical Centre, The Hague
    P. Joep Dörr was a Gynaecologist at HMC Haaglanden Medical Centre and Professor of Postgraduate Medical Training at the Leiden University Medical Centre. He was driven by a passion for educating obstetrics practitioners and modernizing their training. He initiated this book to provide visual insights into obstetric interventions to practitioners around the world.

    Vincent M. Khouw, VMK Designs, Utrecht
    Vincent M. Khouw, founder of VMK Designs, holds an M.Sc. in Industrial Design Engineering from Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands. As a designer, he has used computer-aided techniques extensively in his work to produce 3-dimensional, insightful illustrations for this book.

    Frank A. Chervenak, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
    Frank A. Chervenak, M.D. currently serves as the Given Foundation Professor and Chairman of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, as well as Obstetrician and Gynecologist-in-Chief and the Director of Maternal Fetal Medicine at the NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, Weill Cornell Medical College, New York.

    Amos Grunebaum, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
    Amos Grunebaum serves as Chief of Obstetrics at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital and is a Professor at Weill Cornell Medical College, New York.

    Yves Jacquemyn, Antwerp University Hospital
    Yves Jacquemyn has published over 200 papers in the areas of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and founded the first Flemish training course in obstetric interventions, which is now compulsory for all Flemish practitioners.

    Jan G. Nijhuis, Maastricht University Medical Centre, the Netherlands
    Jan G. Nijhuis is the Director of the Centre for Genetics, Reproduction, and Child at the Universiteit Maastricht, Netherlands Medical Centre. He is widely published in the areas of fetal medicine and obstetric care.

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    P. J. Dörr, S. Keizer, M. Weemhoff, M. C. de Ruiter, V. M. Khouw, H. W. Torij, K. M. Heetkamp, A. Grunebaum, A. J. Schneider, J. J. Duvekot, M. Laubach, Y. Jacquemyn, E. Roets, M. Hanssens, M. Kok, A. T. M. Verhoeven, J. P. de Leeuw, H. W. Bruinse, H. C. J. Scheepers, B. Wibbens, G. G. M. Essed, F. K. Lotgering, P. P. van den Berg, S. G. Oei, H. J. van Beekhuizen, J. H. Schagen van Leeuwen, W. Mingelen, F. M. van Dunné, J. B. Derks, J. van Roosmalen, S. A. Scherjon, J. G. Nijhuis, W. J. A. Gyselaers, C. Willekes, M. E. Vierhout, F. A. Chervenak, L. B. McCullough

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