This textbook provides an up-to-date summary of the scientific basis, assessment for and provision of anaesthesia throughout pregnancy and labour.
Author: Vicki Clark
Publisher: Oxford University Press
This textbook provides an up-to-date summary of the scientific basis, assessment for and provision of anaesthesia throughout pregnancy and labour. It is divided into nine sections including physiology, assessment, complications and systemic disease.
Lipman S et al. the demise of general anesthesia in obstetrics revisited:
prescription for a cure. International Journal of Obstetric Anesthesia 2005; 14: 2–
4. Mushambi MC et al Obstetric Anaesthetists' Association and Difficult Airway
Author: Rachel Collis
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
An invaluable reference for those working in obstetric anaesthesia, as well as an essential resource for those preparing for postgraduate exams in anaesthesia, the Oxford Specialist Handbook of Anaesthesia, second edition provides incisive coverage of all aspects of the sub-specialty and concise instructions for both antenatal and postnatal care.
The National Health Service maternity data suggest that between 2% and 4% of
deliveries are carried out under general anaesthesia annually. General anaesthesia in obstetrics is indicated for immediate operative deliveries, and in
Author: Sabaratnam Arulkumaran
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
The Oxford Textbook of Obstetrics and Gynaecology is an up-to-date, objective and readable text that covers the full speciality of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. This comprehensive and rigorously referenced textbook will be a vital resource in print and online for all practising clinicians. Edited by a team of four leading figures in the field, whose clinical and scientific backgrounds collectively cover the whole spectrum of Obstetrics and Gynaecology with particular expertise in fetomaternal medicine and obstetrics, gynaecological oncology, urogynaecology, and reproductive medicine, the textbook helps inform and promote evidence-based practice and improve clinical outcomes worldwide across all facets of the discipline. The editors are supported by contributors who are internationally renowned specialists and ensure high quality and global perspective to the work. Larger sections on the Basics in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Fetomaternal medicine, Management of Labour, Gynaecological problems, Gynaecological oncology are complimented by specialist sections on areas such as Neonatal Care & Neonatal Problems, Reproductive medicine, and Urogynaecology and Pelvic Floor Disorders to name a few. The evidence-based presentation of current diagnostic and therapeutic methods is complemented in the text by numerous treatment algorithms, giving the reader the knowledge and tools needed for effective clinical practice. The Oxford Textbook of Obstetrics and Gynaecology is essential reading for specialist obstetricians and gynaecologists, subspecialists, and O&G trainees across the world.
The prospect of such responsibilities is understandably daunting and the first
months working on the obstetric unit are often stressful for anaesthetists who are
experienced in applying their skills to provide anaesthesia for elective and ...
Author: Anthony P. Rubin
Category: Anesthesia in obstetrics
This book provides a practical guide to the analysis and management of the problems that commonly confront the trainee in obstetric anaesthesia. Following the successful 'Problems In Anaesthesia' series format, this useful handbook - discusses a widerange of conditions and diseases that affet both the mother and fetus - covers most problem areas in obstetric anaesthesia: co-existing disease and pregnancy; regional anaesthesia; emergencies and miscellaneous problems including anaesthesia duringprenancy; awareness during anaesthesia and abnormal delivery - includes useful appendices - physiol.
The Committee on Obstetrics , instead of offering to the Society a résumé of the
additions that have been made to our stock ... They refer especially to Anæsthesia in Midwifery , and the use of the speculum uteri in the diagnosis and
treatment of ...
Continuous lumbar epidural analgesia for obstetrics . Canadian Medical
Association Journal , 85 , 1136 . Carrie , L . E . S . ( 1980 ) . Spinal anaesthesia -
an alternative route . “ Epidural Analgesia in Obstetrics - A Second Symposium ”
Author: Barbara Morgan
Category: Anesthesia in obstetrics
A collection on papers by specialists in the field which would be of interest to anaesthetists who have to treat obstetric patients.
We seldom need , in obstetrics , full surgical anæsthesia . I give my patient a
folded handkerchief and direct her to hold it out to me as soon as she feels the
first indication of an on - coming pain . I pour a few drops — 20 or 30 — of
Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland, Obstetric Anaesthetists'
Association and Regional Anaesthesia UK. Regional anaesthesia and patients
with abnormalities of coagulation. Anaesthesia 2013; 68: 966–72. 6. Campbell
Author: Martin Olsen
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Gain a critical understanding of obstetrics, and a thorough knowledge base of modern management techniques, with this accessible textbook. While acting as a stand-alone text on obstetric care, this volume also forms part of a three-volume set - all authored by leading authorities - on the entirety of obstetric and gynecologic practice. Obstetric Care's topics are based on academic objectives of experts in the field. This textbook offers tailored support for new residents and experienced physicians alike. Obstetric Care is invaluable for wide-ranging yet concise reference material, and provides evidence based care recommendations for specific patient conditions. The chapters in this textbook are based on the objectives of the Committee for Resident Education in Obstetrics and Gynecology; the book offers outstanding modern management techniques across the obstetrics specialty, making it a go-to for reference and comprehensive study.
C. R. CHILVERS Launceston , Tasmania its actual contents . This is a book about obstetrics for the anaesthetist , not anaesthesia for obstetrics , and as such I
found it an excellent summary . It essentially summarises a large amount of
For him also there is no such thing as “ demi - anæsthesia ; " it is all surgical anæsthesia or nothing . The patient is either imposed upon or deceives herself ,
or she is rendered insensible , motionless , and speechless . The “ pretended ”
THE INFLUENCE OF CHLOROFORM ON THE COURSE OF NORMAL LABOR
AS STUDIED BY THE TOKODYNAMOMETER . * Doen hoff chloroformed eight
parturients , and in the various stages of anæsthesia measured the intensity of
Obstetric units require 24 hour availability of anaesthetists , who are adequately
trained , skilled and experienced in both general and regional anaesthesia . The Obstetric Anaesthetists Association recommends that no anaesthetist of less than
Author: Roger V. Clements
The purpose of this book is to give an account of the legal framework relevant to obstetrics and gynaecology, and to provide a comprehensive and authoritative account of safe practice in the speciality, thereby providing the practitioner with greater security and confidence
anæsthesia . Nevertheless , according to the report of abdomen are intimately
connected with the respiratory excellent authorities , the most decided influence
is function , and depend for their action very much on often produced by
Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology of the British Commonwealth 81 : 975
Phillips K C , Thomas T A 1983 Second stage of labour with and without
extradural analgesia . Anaesthesia 38 : 972 Ralston D H , Shnider S M , De
Lorimer A A 1974 ...
most important factors influencing safety are the organization of obstetric anaesthesia units , the training and skill of the ... Although there is an increase in
the number of units where senior obstetric anaesthetists are available 24 hours a
Thalia, S rishkumar Pritanlal A. 2333 Dimiti, Alexander Hezekiya . . A. 23 35
Mahero, Ernest Harry Okoth Obstetrics/Gyanecology. Obstetrics/Gynaecology. Obstetrics/Gynaecology. . Medicine. Ophthalmology. Anaesthesia.
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The pregnant patient presents a unique "two-in-one" situation for the anaesthesiologist - what happens to the mother has a bearing on her unborn child, and the foetus produces many physiological changes in the mother, which have important ...
Author: Vinay Tewari
Publisher: Anshan Pub
The pregnant patient presents a unique "two-in-one" situation for the anaesthesiologist - what happens to the mother has a bearing on her unborn child, and the foetus produces many physiological changes in the mother, which have important anaesthetic implications. Considerations unique to the pregnant state are dealt with, the potential problems to be faced and the various solutions to those issues. This handy pocket reference is designed to be a readily accessible and accurate source of information on obstetric anaesthesia for practising anaesthesiologists, anaesthesia residents and "interested" obstetricians.
The concluding chapter reviews current guidelines from the American Society of Anesthesiologists, American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, and American Academy of Pediatrics.
Author: Brenda A. Bucklin
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
This new addition to our highly successful A Practical Approach to Anesthesia series is a comprehensive, accessible guide to obstetric anesthesia, with the substance and depth of a textbook and the convenient, user-friendly features of a handbook. It focuses sharply on clinical issues and is written in outline format for quick reference, with numerous tables, figures, and photographs. Major sections cover pharmacology and physiology, antepartum considerations, labor and delivery, postpartum issues, and disease states in obstetric patients, including a chapter on obesity and pregnancy. The concluding chapter reviews current guidelines from the American Society of Anesthesiologists, American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, and American Academy of Pediatrics.
( 1967 ) 7 : 104 The Vomiting Hazard in Obstetric Anaesthesia B . R . Hutchinson
* Royal Women ' s Hospital ... yet labour who required general anaesthesia not
all anaesthetists are agreed that the ( emergency Caesarean section , 19 ;