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The Prenate and Neonate
An Illustrated Guide to the Transition to Extrauterine Life

ISBN 9781842140444
Published April 19, 2006 by CRC Press
136 Pages 100 Color & 30 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

At the moment of birth, the obstetrician is presented with a wide range of visual signs and symptoms in the neonate that may be entirely normal or that may indicate the presence of some underlying condition or disease. Being able to recognize these at an early stage is often particularly important for their successful management. This exceptionally illustrated atlas, authored by the President of the European Society of Perinatal Medicine and a leading authority in the field, provides an important visual guide to the correct diagnosis of the newborn. It will be a valuable aid to many obstetricians and others involved in the health management of infants.

Table of Contents

Prenatal Section  1. The Path  2. Pathophysiology of Labor  3. The Placenta  4. Mechanisms of Normal Labor in Cephalic Presentation  5. Breech Presentation and Delivery  6. Episiotomy  7. Shoulder Dystocia  8. Vacuum Extraction  9. Forceps Delivery  10. Caesarean Section  11. Hypoxia and Intrapartum Fetal Monitoring  12. Techniques of Intrapartum Fetal Surveillance: Cardiotocography, Pulse Oximetry, ST Waveform Analysis of the Fetal Electrocardiogram  13. External fetal heart rate  14. References  Neonatal Section  1. Introduction  2. Respiratory and Circulatory Functions: Respiratory system, Pulmonary Arterial Circulation,  Systemic Hemodynamics  3. Metabolic Regulations  4. Gut and Liver Function  5. Renal and Fluid Electrolytes  6. Postnatal care  7. References  Index

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"…a nice atlas with very good illustrations and historic pictures. The authors have tried to combine very scientific material with the clinical aspects of transition to extrauterine life….I enjoyed the historical aspects and I think the clinical sections would be quite interesting and informative for the lay public."
-Doody's Reviews