Maternal critical care [electronic resource] : a multidisciplinary approach / [edited by] Marc van de Velde, Helen Scholefield, Lauren A. Plante
- Cambridge medicine
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- Machine generated contents note: Preface; Section 1. General Non-Medical Considerations: 1. The scope for maternal critical care - epidemiology / Vicky Allen, Tom Baskett and Kathy Rowan; 2. Service organisation: hospital and departmental / Gerda Zeeman and Geraldine O'Sullivan; 3. Competency and personnel / Helen Scholefield and Lauren A. Plante; 4. Planning for elective and emergent problems / Ruth Landau, Clemens Ortner and Lauren A. Plante; 5. Midwifery and nursing issues in the ICU setting / Wendy Pollock and Kate Morse; 6. Decisions related to the beginning and end of life / Frank Chervenak, Laurence McCullough and Roshan Fernando; 7. Support of the family and staff / Renee D. Boss and Carl Waldman; 8. Recovery from ICU and the next pregnancy / Neil Seligman and Hennie Lombaard; 9. Maternal critical care in the developing world / Jack Moodley, Fatima Paruk and Paul Howell; Section 2. General Medical Considerations: 10. Physiological changes of pregnancy / Wiebke Gogarten and Lisa Moore; 11. Management of coagulopathy / Lawrence Tsen and Diane Plews; 12. Acute collapse and resuscitation / Larry Leeman and Alexandre Mignon; 13. But what about the fetus? / Lauren A. Plante and Alex Sia; 14. Pharmacology, pharmacokinetics and management of the overdose patient / Edward Hayes and Warwick Ngan Kee; 15. Shock / Sreedhar Gaddipati and Marcel Vercauteren; Section 3. Special Critical Care Tools and Techniques: 16. Airway management / Felicity Plaat and Alison Macarthur; 17. Mechanical ventilation / Paul Marik and Malachy Columb; 18. Sedation and pain management / Thierry Girard and Ian Seppelt; 19. Nutrition Sharon / Phelan and Michael Casaer; 20. Monitoring / Cliff Deutschman and Andy Carlin; 21. Imaging issues in maternal critical care / Melina Pectasides, Filip Claus and Susanna Lee; Section 4. The Pregnant Patient with Co-Existing Disease: 22. Cardiovascular disease / Els Troost and Brian Brost; 23. Respiratory disease / Stephen Lapinsky, Catherine Nelson-Piercy and Laura Price; 24. Thromboembolism / Ian Greer and Andra James; 25. Neurologic disease and neurologic catastrophes / Cynthia Wong and Roland Devlieger; 26. Renal disease/ Michelle Hladunewich and John Davison; 27. Cancer / Frederic Amant; 28. Endocrine disease / Erin Keely and Tracey Johnston; 29. Acute abdomen / Steve Lu and Vegard Dahl; 30. Sepsis / Luis Pacheco; 31. Trauma / Peter Rhee and Chris Rout; 32. Environmental injuries / Alfredo Gei and Arne Neyrinck; 33. Hepatic disease / Chris Verslype and Leonie Penna; 34. Autoimmune disease / Karim Djekidel and Bob Silver; Section 5. Serious Problems Related to Pregnancy: 35. Preeclampsia / Peter von Dadelszen and Levi Arne Rosseland; 36. Acute fatty liver of pregnancy / Linda Watkins and Mieke Soens; 37. Peripartum cardiomyopathy / Marc van de Velde and Helen Scholefield; 38. Obstetric hemorrhage / Sina Haeri and Mike Belfort; 39. Anaphylactoid syndrome of pregnancy (amniotic fluid embolus) / Derek Tufnell and Steve Clark; 40. Maternal complications of fetal surgery / Jan Deprest and Kha Tran; Index.
- "If you are an obstetrician whose patient has been admitted to ICU, you need to know how she is managed there. If you are an intensivist, you need to adapt to changes in physiology, alter techniques for the pregnant patient and keep the fetus from harm. This book addresses the challenges of managing critically ill obstetric patients by providing a truly multidisciplinary perspective. Almost every chapter is co-authored by both an intensivist/anesthesiologist and an obstetrician/maternal-fetal medicine expert to ensure that the clinical guidance reflects best practice in both specialties. Topics range from the purely medical to the organizational and the sociocultural, and each chapter is enhanced with color images, tables and algorithms. Written and edited by leading experts in anesthesiology, critical care medicine, maternal-fetal medicine, and obstetrics and gynecology, this is an important resource for anyone who deals with critically ill pregnant or postpartum patients"--Provided by publisher.
- 9781107018495 (hardback)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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