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Handbook of Obstetric & Gynecologic Emergencies, 4th

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o”ÅŽÐ : LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS
ISBN : 978-1-60547-666-7
ƒy[ƒW” : 409pp.(90illus.)
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Table of Contents
PART 1: OBSTETRIC

1: Medical Emergencies in the Pregnant Patient
2: Acute Abdominal Pain in Pregnancy
3: Ectopic Pregnancy
4: Trauma in Pregnancy
5: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation During Pregnancy
6: Perimortem Cesarean Delivery
7: Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy: Preeclampsia/Eclampsia
8: Bleeding in Pregnancy
9: Infections in Pregnancy
10: Pregnant Women and Chemical-Biological Warfare
11: Mosquito Borne Illnesses: Western Nile Virus
12: Delivery in the Emergency Department
13: Transport of the Pregnant Patient
14: Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Infection and Pregnancy: Labor and Delivery Management
15: Postpartum Emergencies
16: Role of Imaging Modalities in Obstetric Emergencies
17: Drug Therapy in Pregnancy
PART 2: GYNECOLOGIC
18: Complications of Medical and Surgical Abortion
19: Sexually Transmitted Diseases
20: Vulvar and Vaginal Diseases
21: Menorrhagia and Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding
22: Pelvic Mass
23: Torsion of Ovary
24: Oncologic Emergencies
25: Postoperative Complications and Postoperative Emergencies
26: Emergency Evaluation and Treatment of the Sexual Assault Victim
27: Gynecologic Traumas
28: Imaging in Gynecologic Emergencies
29: Urogynecologic Urgencies and Emergencies
30: Emergency Room Communication Issues: Dealing with Crisis
Index