Heart Disease And Pregnancy 2nd Ed.

117,93 € 113,39 €
Philip Steer, Michael A. Gatzoulis
Cambridge University Press
Fecha Publicacion
17 mar. 2016
This comprehensive and authoritative text on heart disease in pregnancy - one of the leading causes of maternal death - will be of value to a wide audience of obstetricians, cardiologists, anaesthetists, midwives, and cardiac nurses. It provides consensus guidelines of great practical value in a compact and convenient format. Written by the multidisciplinary team, it covers both maternity and cardiac care. Contents range from pre-conception counselling and contraception, through practical templates for antenatal and intrapartum care, to long-term outcome for both mother and baby. It covers all causes of heart disease, both congenital and acquired. Thoroughly updated, this new edition has reorganised the consensus statements about priorities in management. In addition, each chapter now starts with a summary of 'Practical Practice Points' to aid quick revision when seeing a patient with a specific problem. A new section on heart and lung transplantation has been added since the first edition. ◾Includes consensus statements covering the main management options - there are no readily accessible guidelines about the management of heart disease in pregnancy which are comprehensible to obstetricians, cardiologists and allied disciplines; this book provides guidance based on consensus - not just the opinions of individual clinicians ◾ All chapters are edited by the same two editors with an emphasis on a clear writing style - information is easier to assimilate ◾ Comprehensive coverage of the topic - covers the whole range of heart disease including congenital, acquired, ischemic, and transplant Contents Preface Consensus statements 1. Preconception counselling for women with cardiac disease Sarah Vause, Sara Thorne and Bernard Clarke 2. Contraception in women with heart disease Mandish K. Dhanjal 3. Cardiovascular changes in normal pregnancy Mark Johnson and Katherine von Klemperer 4. Antenatal care of women with cardiac disease: an obstetric perspective Matthew Cauldwell, Martin Lupton and Roshni R. Patel 5. Antenatal care of women with cardiac disease: a cardiac perspective Fiona Walker 6. Cardiac monitoring during pregnancy Henryk Kafka, Sonya V. Babu-Narayan and Wei Li 7. Cardiac drugs in pregnancy Asma Khalil, Gerhard-Paul Diller and Patrick O'Brien 8. Surgical and catheter intervention during pregnancy in women with heart disease Henryk Kafka, Hideki Uemura and Anselm Uebing 9. Antenatal diagnosis of congenital heart disease Victoria Jowett and Julene S. Carvalho 10. Fetal care and surveillance in women with congenital heart disease Christina K. H. Yu and Tiong Ghee Teoh 11. Management of women with prosthetic heart valves during pregnancy Carole A. Warnes 12. Management of aortopathies, including Marfan syndrome and coarctation, in pregnancy Lorna Swan 13. Management of mitral and aortic stenosis in pregnancy Sara Thorne 14. Management of right heart lesions in pregnancy Annette Schophuus Jensen, Lars Søndergaard and Anselm Uebing 15. Management of pulmonary hypertension in pregnancy David G. Kiely, Charlie A. Elliot, Victoria J. Wilson, Saurabh V. Gandhi and Robin Condliffe 16. Management of cardiomyopathies in pregnancy Catherine Nelson-Piercy and Catherine Head 17. Management of ischemic heart disease in pregnancy Jolien W. Roos-Hesselink and Iris M. van Hagen 18. Management of maternal cardiac arrhythmias in pregnancy Koichiro Niwa and Chizuko Kamiya 19. Management of maternal endocarditis in pregnancy Stephanie L. Curtis and Graham Stuart 20. Management of women with heart and lung transplantation in pregnancy Coralie Blanche and Maurice Beghetti 21. Pregnancy and cardiac disease - peripartum aspects David Alexander, Kate Langford and Martin Dresner 22. Management of the puerperium in women with heart disease Margaret Ramsay 23. Impact of pregnancy on long-term outcomes in women with heart disease Henryk Kafka and Natali A. Chung 24. Long-term outcome of pregnancy with heart disease Carole A. Warnes Index. Authors Philip J. Steer, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London Philip J. Steer is Emeritus Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Imperial College London, at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London, UK. Michael A. Gatzoulis, Royal Brompton Hospital, London Michael A. Gatzoulis is Professor of Cardiology and Congenital Heart Disease and Consultant Cardiologist, Adult Congenital Heart Centre and Centre for Pulmonary Hypertension, Royal Brompton Hospital and the National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College London, UK.
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