The Oxford Specialist Handbook in Obstetric Anaesthesia returns for a second edition with updated practical management advice for medical and nursing staff in a portable, accessible format.
An invaluable quick-reference resource for all consultant anaesthetists and SAS doctors involved in obstetric anaesthesia, as well as a succinct exam revision aid for the FRCA, this go-to guide provides incisive coverage of all aspects of the sub-specialty. This is essential reading for anyone working on the labour ward, with concise instructions for both antenatal and postnatal care.
· Illustrated with clear line diagrams of the ideal positioning for regional techniques.
· Includes top tips for techniques and troubleshooting, plus practical advice for the busy labour ward.
· Headings and bullet points are used throughout for ease of reference and navigation.
· Fully updated, with new chapters on 'Obesity in Pregnancy', 'Neonatal Resuscitation', 'The Sick and Septic Mother', and 'Ultrasound in Obstetric Practice'.
1:Thinking about obstetric anaesthesia, Rachel Collis
2:Confidential Enquiries into Maternal Deaths (CEMD), Nuala Lucas and James Bamber
3:Maternal physiology, Korede Adekanye and Paul Abrie Theron
4:Maternal pathophysiology, Korede Adekanye and Abrie Theron
5:Antenatal assessment and Pain management, Rachel Collis, Lucy De Lloyd, and David Hill
6:Non-regional labour analgesia, Matt Turner and Graeme Lilley
7:Regional techniques in pregnancy, Rachel Collis and Sarah Harries
8:Ultrasound in Obstetric Practice (New), Rafal Baraz
9:Regional analgesia for labour, Sarah Harries and Rachel Collis
10:Anaesthesia for Caesarean section: basic principles, Rachel Collis
11:Anaesthesia for Caesarean section: Regional anaesthesia, Sarah Harries and Rachel Collis
12:Anaesthesia for Caesarean section: General anaesthesia, Rhidian Jones and Stephen Morris
13:Post delivery symptom control, Gemma Keigthley and Sarah Harries
14:Anaesthesia and Analgesia for specific obstetric indications, Sarah Harries
15:Post partum review and complications, Sarah Harries
16:Obesity in Pregnancy, Huda Al-Foudri, Stuart Davies, and Abrie Theron
17:The Sick and Septic Mother, Lucy De Lloyd and Sarah Bell
18:Major Obstetric Haemorrhage, Sue Catling and Susan Williams
19:Hypertentive disease, Eleanor Lewis and Stuart Davies
20:Embolic disease, Abrie Theron
21:The collapsed parturient, Rachel Collis
22:Anaesthesia for non-obstetric surgery, Martin Garry
23:The fetus, Christine Conner
24:Neonatal resuscitation, Angela Hayward
25:A-Z conditions, Rachel Collis and David Leslie
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