Analgesia, Anaesthesia and Pregnancy focuses on pre-empting problems and maximising quality of care. Every chapter of this well-established practical guide has been completely updated and revised. All aspects of obstetric medicine relevant to the anaesthetist are covered, from pre-pregnancy management to conception, throughout pregnancy, to postnatal care. The authors have identified over 150 potential complications, each covered in two parts: 'problems/special considerations' and 'management options', with key points prominently displayed for quick reference. A section on organisational aspects such as record keeping, training protocols and guidelines makes this an important resource for any labour ward or hospital dealing with pregnant women. Presented in a clear, structured format, this practical summary will be invaluable to any anaesthetist encountering obstetric patients, whether they are a practiced consultant or still in training. It will also be useful for obstetricians, neonatologists, midwives, nurses and operating department practitioners wishing to extend or update their knowledge.Table 69.1 The HELPERR mnemonic for managing shoulder dystocia R Call for help Evaluate for episiotomy Legs (McRoberts ... London: RCOG 2005, http:// www.rcog.org.uk/womens-health/clinicalguidance/shoulder-dystocia-greentop- 42.
|Title||:||Analgesia, Anaesthesia and Pregnancy|
|Author||:||Steve Yentis, Surbhi Malhotra|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2012-11-15|