Stuart Campbell M.D. is the past president of The International Society of Ultrasound in Obstretics and Gynecology and is currently Editor-in-Chief of this society's medical journal. He is a pioneer of ultrasound diagnosis and holds many international honors, including Honorary Fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.
Watch Me Growby Stuart Campbell
For years, parents-to-be have squinted at fuzzy ultrasound photos, desperately trying to make out the head, or is that the foot? Now, new technology in the form of 3- and 4-D ultrasound scans have given prospective parents a clear "window into the womb." These amazingly detailed images allow parents to see their baby's organs and structures in development AND allow… See more details below
For years, parents-to-be have squinted at fuzzy ultrasound photos, desperately trying to make out the head, or is that the foot? Now, new technology in the form of 3- and 4-D ultrasound scans have given prospective parents a clear "window into the womb." These amazingly detailed images allow parents to see their baby's organs and structures in development AND allow them to marvel at what their baby is doing. Guided by the expert hand of a pioneer obstetrician in the field, now everyone can be thrilled by the wonders of creation.
What the Book Offers:
*An astonishing series of pictures that demonstrates fetal behavior
*A week-by-week look at how babies develop in the uterus, narrated from the perspective of the baby
*Special Feature sidebars that answer important questions such as "How soon will I know whether my baby is boy or a girl?," "What can my baby do, and when?"
- St. Martin's Press
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- First Edition
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- Product dimensions:
- 5.81(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.33(d)
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Such a great book! Simple...gives a short synopsis of what is happening each week in the womb. Great for older siblings.
Discovered the book when checking out the BBC website. Dr.Cambell's words from the foreword, describe what the images reveal: "because the image can be updated three or four times each second (called 4D), the movements, facial expressions, and moods of the baby can be clearly demonstrated..." So far I have given the book to two pregnant co-workers. They tell me their partners are very excited about the development of their own child and want to share the book with friends
This is so great. I'm a first time mother. I get to see what my baby looks like at each months. I've learn new things about babies. I've enjoy this book so much i got a copy for my pregnant cousin.