Hematological Complications in Obstetrics, Pregnancy, and Gynecologyby Rodger L. Bick, Eugene P. Frenkel, William F. Baker, Ravi Sarode
Pub. Date: 04/09/2009
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
There are many hematological complications associated with obstetrics, pregnancy and gynecology, and unfortunately, they often lead to significant morbidity or mortality for both mother and child. As the first comprehensive reference on all aspects of hematological complications of obstetrics, pregnancy and gynecology this book will be a valuable resource to… See more details below
There are many hematological complications associated with obstetrics, pregnancy and gynecology, and unfortunately, they often lead to significant morbidity or mortality for both mother and child. As the first comprehensive reference on all aspects of hematological complications of obstetrics, pregnancy and gynecology this book will be a valuable resource to hematologists, obstetricians, gynecologists, reproductive medicine specialists, internists, anesthesiologists and others. The chapters are written by acknowledged experts in the field, and for each condition covered the etiology, pathophysiology, clinical and laboratory diagnosis and management are discussed where appropriate.
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Table of ContentsPreface; Dedication; 1. Disseminated intravascular coagulation in obstetrics, pregnancy and gynecology: criteria for diagnosis and management Rodger Bick and Deborah Hoppensteadt; 2. Recurrent miscarriage syndrome and infertility due to blood coagulation protein and platelet defects Rodger Bick; 3. Von Willebrand disease and other bleeding disorders in obstetrics Franklin Fuda and Ravindra Sarode; 4. Hemolytic disease of the fetus and newborn due to ABO, Rh and other blood group alloantibodies Katharine Downes and Ravindra Sarode; 5. Thrombophilia in pregnancy and obstetrics Rodger Bick and William Baker; 6. Thromboprophylaxis and treatment of thrombosis in pregnancy Lowthar Heilmann and Rodger Bick; 7. Diagnosis of deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism in pregnancy William Baker and Rodger Bick; 8. Hemorrhagic and thrombotic lesions of the placenta Raymond Redline; 9. Iron deficiency, folate and vitamin b12 deficiency in pregnancy, obstetrics and gynecology William Baker and Ray Lee; 10. Thrombosis prophylaxis and risk factors of thrombosis in gynecologic oncology Georg Fredrik von Templehoff; 11. Low molecular weight heparins in pregnancy Deborah Hoppensteadt, Jawed Fareed, Harry Messmore, Omer Iqbal, William Wehrmacher and Rodger Bick; 12. Postpartum hemorrhage - diagnosis, pharmacologic therapy, interventional radiologic therapy, and surgical therapy William Baker and Joseph Monsour; 13. Hemoglobinopathies in pregnancy Adeboye Adewoye and Martin Steinberg; 14. Genetic counseling and prenatal diagnosis Karen Heller and Robyn Horsager; 15. Thrombocytopenia in pregnancy Ravinda Sarode and Eugene Frenkel; 16. Neonatal immune thrombocytopenias Katharine Downes and Ravinda Sarode; 17. The rational use of blood and its components in obstetrical and gynecological bleeding complications Katharine Downes and Ravinda Sarode; 18. Heparin-induced thrombocytopenia in pregnancy Barbara Haley, Rodger Bick and Eugene Frenkel; 19. Coagulation defects as a cause for menstrual disorders Albert Phillips.
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