Obstetrics in Family Medicine: A Practical Guide
Humana Press | Medicine | Sept. 1 2015 | ISBN-10: 3319200763 | 221 pages | pdf | 4.2 mb
by Paul Lyons (Author)
An up-to-date and comprehensive guide of all the essential obstetrics information specifically needed by the primary and family medicine physician.
Addresses the major issues and problems related to each stage of pregnancy and outlines management protocols.
Key points for each topic are summarized in tabular form for quick reference and diagnostic flow charts illuminate all aspects of the decision-making process.From the Back Cover
This book surveys the normal obstetrics encountered in primary care and serves as a practical guide to the evaluation and management of common prenatal, peripartum, and postpartum complications. Thoroughly revised and updated, , Second Edition, addresses the major issues and problems related to each stage and outlines management protocols. It provides critical information about physical and ultrasound examinations, laboratory tests, drug toxicities, and screening techniques and highlights new and emerging areas of obstetrical care, such as prenatal testing protocols, treatment options for HIV in pregnancy, and antenatal monitoring. Key points for each topic are summarized in tabular form for quick reference and diagnostic flow charts illuminate all aspects of the decision-making process. Concise and clinically oriented, this book is designed to help primary and family medicine physicians improve the quality of women's health care.
About the Author
Paul Lyons, MD
Department of Family Medicine
University of California, Riverside
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