Women's Health: A Primary Care Clinical Guide / Edition 4

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Overview

Fully updated to reflect the latest standards of care, this easy-to-use handbook brings together complete information on women’s healthcare and health promotion. Using a systematic, problem-solving format, WOMEN'S HEALTH: A PRIMARY CARE CLINICAL GUIDE, 4/e thoroughly addresses key issues in all areas of primary care for women, including reproductive and gynecologic content as well as selected common medical, psychosocial, developmental, and political problems, issues, and needs. Every chapter has been updated, and this fourth edition includes an entirely new chapter on the assessment of older women’s health. A separate chapter is now provided on Epidemiology and Diagnostic Methods and Procedures for Women’s Health, and coverage of Complementary Therapies has been significantly expanded. Useful reference appendices cover topics ranging from billing and coding to relevant laboratory test values.

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Reviewer: Kathleen M Woodruff, DNP (Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing)
Description: This book presents reproductive and gynecologic information as well as common medical, psychosocial, developmental, and political concerns of women, updating the 2004 edition.
Purpose: It is intended to serve as a handbook for primary care providers and primary care students who will be caring for women. It should serve as a clinical resource with its easily retrievable information such as patient teaching, differential medical diagnoses, screening procedures, and interventions.
Audience: The book is designed for women's health primary care providers, primary care providers, and students preparing to become primary care providers.
Features: The first of the book's five sections is a general introduction to women's health and associated issues. The next three sections discuss promoting women's health, promoting gynecologic health, and promoting women's health in pregnancy. The final section presents a variety of common primary care problems seen in women's health. Each chapter is clearly presented in an organized format. The appendixes cover emergency childbirth and immediate care for the newborn, a variety of established screening tools, lab values, excellent billing information, and listings of agencies providing care for women.
Assessment: This is a comprehensive compilation of up-to-date information in the format of a primary care clinical guide for women's health. As such, it is an important addition to a women's health primary care clinical library. This edition has updated and modified each chapter to include the most recent information, reflecting the changes resulting from the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 and the Institute of Medicine's 2011 recommendations for women's health services.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780132576734
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall
  • Publication date: 9/24/2012
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 4
  • Pages: 960
  • Sales rank: 67,405
  • Product dimensions: 8.00 (w) x 9.90 (h) x 1.50 (d)

Table of Contents

I Women, Health, and the Health Care System

Chapter 1 Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health: Where is the Future Heading? Susan Wysocki

Chapter 2 Growth and Development of Women Diane Marie Schadewald, Marcia Szmania Davis, Ellis Quinn Youngkin

Chapter 3 Epidemiology, Diagnostic Methods, and Procedures in Women’s Health Catherine Juve, Diane Marie Schadewald

Chapter 4 Assessing Adolescent Women’s Health Renee Sieving, Sarah Stoddard, Deborah A. Raines

Chapter 5 Assessing Adult Women’s Health Diane Marie Schadewald, Catherine Juve, Ellis Quinn Youngkin, Marcia Szmania Davis

Chapter 6 Assessing OlderWomen’s Health Debra Hain

II Promotion of Wellness for Women

Chapter 7 Women and Sexuality Catherine Ingram Fogel, Diane Marie Schadewald

Chapter 8 Health Needs of Lesbians Debera Jane Thomas

Chapter 9 Health Needs of Women with Disabilities Michele Davidson

Chapter 10 Integrating Wellness: Complementary Therapies and Women’s Health J o Lynne W. Robins

III Promotion of Gynecologic Health Care

Chapter 11 Menstruation and Related Problems and Concerns Kristine Alswager, Christine Durler, Deborah Griswold

Chapter 12 Contraceptive Management and Family Planning Beth Walcker, Coralie Pederson, Kathryn A. Caufield

Chapter 13 Infertility Michelle Valentine, Jennifer R. Gardella

Chapter 14 Vaginitis and Sexually Transmitted Diseases Susan D. Schaffer, Jane Houston

Chapter 15 Women and HIV Dina Treloar, Susan D. Schaffer

Chapter 16 Common Gynecologic Pelvic Disorders Jennifer M. Laubach, Reena P. Lorntson, Donna E. Forrest

Chapter 17 Breast Health Linda Christinsen-Rengel

Chapter 18 The Menopause Transition Catherine Juve, Valerie T. Cotter, Ellis Quinn Youngkin

III Promotion of Women’s Health Care During Pregnancy

Chapter 19 Promoting and Assessing Health during Pregnancy Jennifer Demma, Karen Trister Grace

Chapter 20 Maternal Conditions Impacting Risk in Pregnancy Debbie Ringdahl, Melissa Frisvold, Joan Corder-Mabe

Chapter 21 Assessing Fetal Well-Being Michele Davidson, Marion Herndon Fuqua

Chapter 22 Postpartum and Lactation Diane Schadewald, Cheri Friedrich, Kathleen M. Akridge

IV Primary Care Conditions Affecting Women’s Health

Chapter 23 Common Medical Problems: Cardiovascular through Hematological Disorders Mary Benbenek, Mary Dierich, Elaine Ferrary, Rita A. Seeger Jablonski

Chapter 24 Common Medical Problems: Musculoskeletal Injuries through Urinary Tract Disorders Gwen Short, Rita A. Seeger Jablonski, Elaine Ferrary

Chapter 25 Psychosocial Health Concerns Ann Bateman, Eugenia Zelanko

Appendix A Emergency Childbirth and Assessment of Newborn Diane Marie Schadewald, Catherine Juve

Appendix B Selected Screening Tools

Appendix C Billing and Coding Catherine Juve, Diane Marie Schadewald

Appendix D Selected Laboratory Values Diane Marie Schadewald, Ellis Quinn Youngkin

Appendix E Federal Agencies Concerned with Women’s Health Diane Marie Schadewald

Index

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