4 edition of Clinical problems in obstetric anaesthesia found in the catalog.
Clinical problems in obstetric anaesthesia
Includes bibliographic references and index.
|Other titles||Clinical problems in obstetric anesthesia|
|Statement||edited by Ian F. Russell and Gordon Lyons.|
|Contributions||Lyons, Gordon., Russell, Ian F.|
|LC Classifications||RG732 .C55 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 292 p. :|
|Number of Pages||292|
"It is a book that might be useful to anaesthetic consultants with an interest in obstetric anaesthesia, perhaps when faced with one of those rare and complex clinical problems that sometimes crop up unexpectedly. Certainly, higher trainees with an interest in the sub-speciality would find immense value in its detailed and thorough coverage/5(7). While this book is written for the specialist in obstetric anaesthesia, it is also ideal for trainee anaesthetists. It provides enough information for the final FRCA examination, but also contains sufficient detail on the various clinical problems that may present at any stage in their future : $
Book review Book review Editors: I.F. Russell & G. Lyons Clinical Problems in Obstetric Anaesthesia Chapman & Hall Medical , ISBN , Price 60 This is a multi‐author book, with contributors from the United Kingdom and Europe. Twenty‐two chapters cover a wide range of potential problems in obstetric anaesthesia, and the whole has been well edited to give a. British Journal of Anaesthesia 90 (4): ± () Book Reviews International Anesthesiology Clinics. W. E. Hurford (editor in chief). Vol. Number 4: Obstetric Anesthesia.
obstetric anaesthesia Article (PDF Available) in BJA British Journal of Anaesthesia (suppl 2):iiii March with 2, Reads How we measure 'reads'. The Obstetric Anaesthetists' Association provides education and training for anaesthetists, midwives and other practitioners involved in caring for pregnant women in the UK and overseas. It produces free, evidence based information for the public about epidurals and other forms of labour pain relief and anaesthesia for caesarean section.
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Obstetric anaesthesia has become increasingly recognised as a distinct sub-speciality over recent years. This book is a comprehensive, up-to-date treatise which describes the various clinical problems that the anaesthetist can face and outlines the best management practice that can be by: 2.
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Obstetric anaesthesia has become increasingly recognised as a distinct sub-speciality over recent years. This book is a comprehensive, up-to-date treatise which describes the various clinical problems that the anaesthetist can face and outlines the best management practice that can be adopted.
Problems in Obstetric Anaesthesia Analysis and Management. Book • Authors: clinical signs of myocardial toxicity are seen at levels 2–4 times those causing convulsions. It is observed that without urgent treatment of convulsions, apnea, and/or cardiac arrest, there is a likelihood of maternal and fetal hypoxia and acidosis that if.
Full Description: "Anaesthesia services in developing countries are often limited due to a shortage of basic facilities, equipment and drugs, as well as a lack of personnel and proper training.
Anaesthesia services for obstetric procedures pose a particular problem in developing countries, where high rates of anaesthesia-related complications and fetal/maternal mortality are seen in.
He was Lead Clinician in Anaesthesia at Singleton Hospital, Swansea () and has been Clinical Director of Anaesthesia for Swansea NHS Trust since Dr Sarah Harries was appointed Consultant Anaesthetist with a special interest in Obstetric Anaesthesia at the University Hospital of Wales in /5(8).
Obstetric anesthesia or obstetric anesthesiology, also known as ob-gyn anesthesia or ob-gyn anesthesiology is a sub-specialty of anesthesiology that provides peripartum (time directly preceding, during or following childbirth) pain relief for labor and anesthesia (suppress consciousness) for cesarean deliveries ('C-sections').
Other subspecialty options for anesthesiology include cardiac. This book is edited by three well-known specialists in obstetric anaesthesia from the USA and Australia, together with six other contributors. Its purpose is to provide, in 17 chapters, a comprehensive course of clinical management for the most common problems encountered in obstetric analgesia and anaesthesia.
Oxford Textbook of Obstetric Anaesthesia Edited by Vicki Clark, Marc Van de Velde, and Roshan Fernando Oxford Textbook in Anaesthesia. Authoritative, practical, easy-to-read text with a clinical focus; Provides a comprehensive and detailed overview of all aspects of the field including physiology, assessment, all forms of labour relief.
Lecture notes on clinical anaesthesia / Carl L. Gwinnutt.—2nd ed. ; cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 1. Anesthesiology. Anesthesia. [DNLM: 1. Anesthesia. Anesthetics—administration & dosage. WO GL ] I. Title. RDG ¢6—dc22 ISBN File Size: 2MB. The complexity of care of the pregnant population has been increased by factors such as rising maternal age and co-morbidities which in the past may have precluded pregnancy.
This comprehensive, up-to-date textbook covers all aspects of care for parturients including recent approaches to neuraxial anaesthesia, new technologies, drugs, protocols, and guidelines. Cambridge Core - Anesthesia, Intensive Care, Pain Management - Obstetric Anesthesia and Uncommon Disorders - edited by David R.
Gambling. It is a book that might be useful to anaesthetic consultants with an interest in obstetric anaesthesia, perhaps when faced with one of those rare and complex clinical problems that sometimes crop up unexpectedly. Certainly, higher trainees with an interest in the sub-speciality would find immense value in its detailed and thorough by: 1.
Dealing with the numerous possible clinical scenarios, as well as the labouring mother, anxious family and possibly demanding midwife, can stretch even the most experienced clinicians. This pocket‐sized book covers most aspects of obstetric anaesthesia that could be encountered by the anaesthetist.
Authored by an international team of expert anaesthetists this textbook reflects current world-wide practice and guidelines.
Designed for consultants and trainees in anaesthesia, the Oxford Textbook of Obstetric Anaesthesia is the definitive source of expert knowledge for anaesthetists in this subspecialty.5/5(1).
Obstetric Anesthesia for Co-morbid Conditions represents a basic, easy-to-read reference book for anesthesiologists caring for women with complex medical or pregnancy-related disorders who desire a concise clinical overview.” (Kelly Au, Anesthesia & Analgesia, Vol.
(2), August, ). The Oxford Handbook of Anaesthesia remains a practical guide to anaesthesia written for those who have mastered basic anaesthetic techniques, but need advice for the many common problems encountered in clinical practice. The Oxford Handbook of Anaesthesia has proved popular in many countries throughout the world.
Purchase Chestnut's Obstetric Anesthesia: Principles and Practice - 5th Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNThis handbook covers all aspects of obstetric anaesthesia the trainee anaesthetist will encounter when on the labour ward. Broken down into topics, with bullet points, boxes and quick-reference clinical information throughout, this is a useful text for anyone involved in this challenging subspecialty area.
Problems in obstetric anaesthesia Article in Obstetrics Gynaecology & Reproductive Medicine 23(12)– December with 41 Reads How we measure 'reads'. He was Lead Clinician in Anaesthesia at Singleton Hospital, Swansea () and has been Clinical Director of Anaesthesia for Swansea NHS Trust since Dr Sarah Harries was appointed Consultant Anaesthetist with a special interest in Obstetric Anaesthesia at the University Hospital of Wales in /5(2).Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Clinical Medicine, Cardiovascular Medicine Item type: Psychiatry, Obstetrics and Gynaecology Item type: book This title covers all aspects of obstetric anaesthesia that the trainee anaesthetist will encounter on the labour ward.
Its accessible style makes it essential reading for other members of.