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The Diagnosis and Management of the Acute Abdomen in Pregnancy


The Diagnosis and Management of the Acute Abdomen in Pregnancy



von: Peter Bogach Greenspan

95,19 €

Verlag: Springer
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 27.09.2017
ISBN/EAN: 9783319622835
Sprache: englisch

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This text is intended to serve as a reference guide for clinicians who consult pregnant women presenting with abdominal and pelvic pain. Many health care providers care for pregnant women including attending physicians, resident physicians, advanced practice nurses, certified nurse, midwives, labor and delivery nurses, operating room and post-anesthesia care nurses, medical students and others.  The book addresses obstetrical and non-obstetrical aspects to the diagnostic process.  Key features include:• the anatomical and physiological alterations of pregnancy • physical examination and management challenges in the first, second and third trimesters• laboratory findings in the gravid female • diagnostic imaging in the gravid female • assessment of the fetus(es) • Surgical and anesthetic issues in the gravid female• Medico-legal challenges in caring for pregnant women• Perinatal and neonatal issuesThe Diagnosis and Management of the Acute Abdomen in Pregnancy will serve practitioners as a quick-reference guide to those who encounter pregnant women in pain.
Table of Contents   Foreword        Harry S. Jonas Preface                        Dev Maulik Chapter 1        Maternal Anatomical and Physiological Adaption to Pregnancy                         Peter Bogach Greenspan Chapter 2        Overview of the Normal Development of the Human Embryo and Fetus                         David C. Mundy and Gustavo Vilchez Chapter 3        General Principles in the Diagnosis of the Acute Abdomen                         Peter Bogach Greenspan Chapter 4        Imaging the Gravid Female                         Stephanie A. Reid and Justin Stowell Chapter 5        Laboratory Studies                         Kamani M. Lankachandra Chapter 6        Obstetrical Etiologies of Abdominal Pain                         Peter Bogach Greenspan Chapter 7        Gynecological Etiologies of Abdominal Pain in Pregnancy                         Layan Alrahmani, Javier F. Magrina, Paul M. Magtibay III, Paul M. Magtibay Chapter 8        Gastrointestinal Etiologies of Abdominal Pain in Pregnancy                         Farzad Alemi, Teisha Shiozaki, Alexis Graham-Stephenson, Alexandra Bors, Chapter 9        Urological Etiologies of Abdominal Pain                         Joshua A. Broghammer and Marcus Austenfeld Chapter 10      Trauma during Pregnancy                         Stanley M. Augustin, Maxwell Almenoff, and Aaron Sparks Chapter 11      Surgical Principles in the Gravid Female                         Peter Bogach Greenspan Chapter 12      Principles and Practice of Anesthetic Management in the Gravid Patient                                         Undergoing Abdominal Surgery                         Tibor G. Mohácsi and Kathleen A. Leavitt Chapter 13      Postoperative Care Issues                         Peter Bogach Greenspan Chapter 14      Legal Concerns in Complicated Obstetrical Cases                         Marilyn M. Pesto, Janet I. Mittenfelner and Andrew Spaedy  
Peter B. Greenspan, DO, FACOG, FACSVice Chairman, Associate ProfessorDepartment of Obstetrics and GynecologyUniversity of Missouri-Kansas City School of MedicineTruman Medical Center Lakewood 7900 Lee’s Summit RoadKansas City, Missouri 64139-1236
This text is intended to serve as a reference guide for clinicians who consult pregnant women presenting with abdominal and pelvic pain. Many health care providers care for pregnant women including attending physicians, resident physicians, advanced practice nurses, certified nurse mid-wives, labor and delivery nurses, operating room and post-anesthesia care nurses, medical students and others.  The book addresses obstetrical and non-obstetrical aspects to the diagnostic process.  Key features include:• the anatomical and physiological alterations of pregnancy • physical examination and management challenges in the first, second and third trimesters• laboratory findings • diagnostic imaging • assessment of the fetus(es) • Surgical and anesthetic issues• Medico-legal challenges• Perinatal and neonatal issuesThe Diagnosis and Management of the Acute Abdomen in Pregnancy will serve practitioners as a quick-reference guide to those who encounter pregnant women in pain.
Provides a quick reference guide for cliniciansWritten by experts in the fieldAddresses the unique problems of the gravid woman with an acute abdomen

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