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Contemporary Therapy in Obstetrics and Gynecology

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Overview

Keeping current with the latest developments in obstetrics and gynaecology is essential to medical practice and the welfare of your patients. This must-have resource will provide you with an up-to-date examination of the key issues related to obstetrics and gynaecology. With this single resource, you will be able to access the most current, reliable information on all relevant topics, written by the leading clinicians and researchers in the field.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780721692869
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 2/14/2002
  • Pages: 558
  • Product dimensions: 8.68 (w) x 11.38 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Table of Contents

  1. Walking During Labor: Myths and Realities
  2. Tests for Preterm Labor
  3. Management of HIV in Pregnancy
  4. The Fetal Inflammatory Response Syndrome
  5. Implications of Bacterial Vaginosis in Obstetrics
  6. Controversies Involving Antenatal Corticosteroids
  7. Rescue Cerclage for the Incompetent Cervix
  8. Acute Therapy for Preterm Labor
  9. Management of Isolated Oligohydramnios
  10. Severe Prematurity: Implications and Counseling
  11. P Management of Preeclampsia
  12. Shoulder Dystocia
  13. Recently Described Hereditary Thrombophilias and Obstetric Outcome
  14. Vaccines in Pregnancy
  15. VBAC: A Reevaluation
  16. Update in Red Cell Isoimmunization
  17. Pregnancy and Medical Complications of Diabetes
  18. Operative Vaginal Delivery
  19. Issues in Cervical Ripening/Labor Induction
  20. Exercise in Pregnancy
  21. Thrombocytopenia
  22. Management of Asthma in Pregnancy
  23. Thyroid Disorders in Pregnancy
  24. Fetal Lung Maturity Testing
  25. Magnesium Sulfate as Fetal Therapy
  26. Management of Epilepsy
  27. Herpes Infections in Pregnancy
  28. Maintenance Therapy Following Successful Arrest of Preterm Labor
  29. Trauma in Pregnancy
  30. Peri-Partum Pulmonary Edema
  31. Medication Use During Pregnancy
  32. Anticoagulation
  33. Prevention of Group B Streptococcal Disease
  34. Adolescent Pregnancy
  35. Unintended Pregnancy
  36. Selective Arterial Embolization in the Management of Obstetric Hemorrhage
  37. Diagnosis and Management of Premature Rupture of the Membrane
  38. Immunization
  39. Postpartum Endometritis
  40. Management of Antiphospholipid Syndrome
  41. Induction of Ovulation
  42. Family Decision-Making in Perinatal Genetics
  43. Ultrasound in Pregnancy Routine or by Indication
  44. Fetal Macrosomia: Antenatal Diagnosis and Management
  45. Invasive Procedure for Prenatal Diagnosis
  46. New Genetics Concepts
  47. Principles of Screening
  48. 1st Trimester Screening
  49. 2nd Trimester Screening
  50. Teratology
  51. Universal Ultrasound
  52. Cervical Length
  53. Preimplantation Diagnosis
  54. Doppler
  55. Gene Therapy Update
  56. Multifetal Pregnancy Reduction
  57. Sociology of Prenatal Diagnosis
  58. Multifetal Pregnancy Reduction: Psychosocial and Family Issues
  59. Molecular Tests
  60. SERMs in the Long-Term Management of Postmenopausal Women
  61. Alternatives of HRT for Menopausal Women
  62. Current Issues in Premenstrual Syndrome
  63. The Use of Facial Grafts
  64. Contemporary Management of Ectopic Pregnancy
  65. Alternatives to Conventional HRT
  66. Prevention and Management of Adhesions
  67. New Methods of Giving Progesterone: Are they better?
  68. Advances in Surgical Technology
  69. Obstetric and Gynecologic Infections
  70. Adolescent Eating Disorders
  71. Breast Disease
  72. Urinary Tract Infection in Pregnancy
  73. Contraceptive and Non-Contraceptive Health Benefits of Oral Contraceptives: An Update
  74. Evaluation and Treatment of Anal Incontinence
  75. Emergent Postcoital Contraception
  76. New Advances in Management of Endometriosis
  77. Contemporary Management of Leiomyomata
  78. HRT in Breast Cancer Survivors
  79. Management of Intraoperative Gynecologic Emergencies
  80. Alternatives to Hysterectomy for Abnormal Uterine Bleeding
  81. Complications of Hysteroscopy: Prevention, Recognition and Management
  82. Substance Abuse in Pregnancy
  83. Management of Iatrogenic Bleeding in Postmenopausal Women
  84. Screening for Ovarian Cancer
  85. Recent Advances in the Treatment of Vulvovaginal Candidiasis
  86. Update on Endometrial Ablation and Related Techniques
  87. Guidelines for Determining the Route of Hysterectomy
  88. Non-Surgical Treatments for Urinary Tract Incontinence
  89. A Contemporary Evaluation and Conservative Management of Incontinence
  90. Medical Therapy of Incontinence and Surgical Therapy of Incontinence
  91. Periurethral Injectables
  92. Office Evaluation of Urinary Incontinence
  93. Perinatal Outcomes After Assisted Reproductive Technologies
  94. Diabetes Mellitus
  95. Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulators
  96. Efficient and Effective Evaluation of Infertility
  97. Progesterone in Infertility
  98. Male Infertility: Interpreting the Semen Analysis
  99. Tubal Surgery vs IVF: Where do we draw the line?
  100. Unexplained Infertility: Management Options
  101. Laparoscopic Management of the Adnexal Mass
  102. Current Management of Ovarian Cancer
  103. What's New in the Management of Gestational Trophoblastic Disease
  104. HPV and Genital Neoplasia
  105. HIV and AIDS in Cervical Neoplasia
  106. Premalignant Diseases of the Vulva and Vagina
  107. LEEP
  108. Coding In Ob/Gyn
  109. Current Legislation Effecting OB/GYN Practice
  110. Applying Evidence Based Medicine to Ob/Gyn Practice
  111. The History, Impact and Future of the Medicare Fee Schedule
  112. What Are Employer/Payors Looking at in Ob/Gyn Practice
  113. Cost-Benefit and Decision Making Analyses in Obstetrics and Gynecology
  114. How to Give a Deposition
  115. Medical Legal Risk Management in Obstetrics
  116. Legal Issues in Infertility Therapy
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