Beicher & MacKay's Obstetrics, Gynaecology and the Newborn, 4th Editionis an update of the highly acclaimed Obstetrics and the Newborn, 3rd Editionand Illustrated Textbook of Gynaecology. It is the most up-to-date resource in Obstetrics and Gynaecology targeting thosewith fundamental understanding ofthis subject areaand is written from the Australian perspective with incorporation of the latest RANZCOG guidelines.
Experts throughout Australia and New Zealand have contributed content on the most prevalent topics encountered by obstetricians; gynaecologists and neonatologists today, ranging from global and indigenous reproductive health; sexual assault; gynaecological oncology through to neonatal assessment, malformations and transport.
• Alignment to RANZCOG guidelines including unique perspectives from the President, provides invaluable information for practice in the Australia.
• A summary of key points at the start of chapters highlights the main facts which readers should draw from each chapter.
• A vast range of anatomical drawings, graphs and clinical photos provide a practical perspective on the theoretical component within the textbook.
• Reference lists at the end of each chapter outline the strong evidence basis that supports the content of this edition.
• A new editor and contributor team brings in wealth of expertise from across Australia, New Zealand and internationally.
• Two new chapters on Global Reproductive Health and Indigenous Women’s Health place emphasis on the need to adapt women’s healthcare according to various cultural and socioeconomic factors.
• Emphasis on prevention and early diagnosis in obstetric care, with an increasing focus on fetal medicine.
• This edition will be available as an Expert Consult eBook along with the print book. The eBook will include enhancements to the images within the book, as enabled by the Inkling platform.
|Publisher:||Elsevier Health Sciences|
|Product dimensions:||8.30(w) x 10.80(h) x 1.10(d)|
Table of Contents
Section 1: Anatomy and physiology 1Reproductive anatomy and physiology 2Anatomy and physiology of pregnancy Section 2: Obstetrics Section 2.1 Normal pregnancy 3The pre-pregnancy consultation 4The first antenatal visit 5Antenatal care beyond the first antenatal visit 6Nutrition and pharmacy in pregnancy incl vitd, folate, maternal obesity Section 2.2 Problems of early pregnancy 7Hyperemesis gravidarum 8Bleeding in early pregnancy Section 2.3 Prenatal diagnosis 9Diagnosis and management of fetal abnormalities Section 2.4 Obstetric complications 10Antepartum haemorrhage 11Placental insufficiency and FGR 12Preterm labour and cervical insufficiency 13The post-dates pregnancy and rupture of the membranes before labour at term 14Multiple pregnancy 15Malpresentation Section 2.5 Medical and surgical disorders in pregnancy 16Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy and eclampsia 17Thromboembolism, cardiac disorders and respiratory disease 18Bacterial infections in pregnancy 19Viral infections, protozoan infections and immunisations in pregnancy 20The Blood - anaemia; thrombocytopaenia and coagulopathy 21Gastrointestinal, hepatobiliary, gynaecological and renal problems in pregnancy 22Autoimmune and isoimmune disease in pregnancy 23Diabetes mellitus 24Neurological disorders in pregnancy 25Mental health disorders during the perinatal period Section 2.6 Common Clinical scenarios and presenting problems in Pregnancy 26Common problems in pregnancy Section 2.7 Labour and birth Section 2.7.1 Normal labour and birth 27The physiology of parturition 28Management of normal labour Section 2.7.2 IOL, Instrumental Delivery and Casearean Section 29Induction of labour including cervical ripening 30Episiotomy and vaginal outlet tears 31Instrumental delivery 32Caesarean section and trial of labour after caesarean Section 2.7.3 Intrapartum clinical problems 33Intrapartum fetal compromise 34Failure to progress in labour 35Malpresentation and malposition 36Postpartum haemorrhage 37Maternal collapse 38Obstetric analgesia and anaesthesia Section 2.7.4 The puerperium and lactation 39The physiology of the puerperium and lactation 40Normal postpartum care 41Puerperal disorders 42Maternal and perinatal mortality and morbidity and global reproductive health 43Multicultural issues including indigenous women's health and women's health in other disadvantaged groups Section 3 Gynaecology Section 3.1 Gynaecological assessment 44Gynaecological history and examination 45Gynaecological investigation Section 3.2 Menstrual disorders 46Paediatric and adolescent gynaecology 47The Menstrual cycle and menstrual disorders Section 3.3 Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility 48Subfertility and reproductive technology 49Amenorrhoea hyperprolactinaemia & ovulation induction 50Androgen excess including PCOS, hirsutism and acne Section 3.4 The menopause 51Menopause climacteric and hormone therapy Section 3.5 Sexuality 52Normal sexuality; sexual and marital dysfunction; sexual assault Section 3.6 Contraception and fertility control 53Contraception and fertility control 54Genital tract infections Section 3.7 Urogynaecology 55Pelvic organ prolapse 56Urinary incontinence Section 3.8 Pelvic pain and endometriosis 57Pelvic pain 58Endometriosis Section 3.9 The breast and gynaecology 59Breast disorders Section 3.10 Neoplasia and other lumps 60Benign and malignant disorders of the vulva and vagina 61Benign and malignant disorders of the cervix 62Benign and malignant disorders of the uterus; the pelvic mass 63Benign and malignant disorders of the ovary and the fallopian tube Section 4: Neonatology 64Neonatal physiology - adaptation and resuscitation 65Routine neonatal care 66Assessment of the neonate 67Neonatal feeding and nutrition 68Neonatal jaundice 69Neonatal neurological presentations 70Neonatal respiratory distress 71The small for gestational age and large for gestational age neonate 72Neonatal infection 73Congenital malformations 74Neonatal haematology 75The preterm neonate and perinatal transport