Problems in Obstetric Anaesthesia

Analysis and Management

By

  • Anthony P. Rubin
  • M. L. B. Wood, MB, ChB, FRCA, MRCP

This book provides a practical guide to the analysis and management of the problems that commonly confront the trainee in obstetric anaesthesia. Following the successful 'Problems In Anaesthesia' series format, this useful handbook - discusses a wide
range of conditions and diseases that affet both the mother and fetus - covers most problem areas in obstetric anaesthesia: co-existing disease and pregnancy; regional anaesthesia; emergencies and miscellaneous problems including anaesthesia during
prenancy; awareness during anaesthesia and abnormal delivery - includes useful appendices - physiological changes of pregnancy and drugs used in obstetric anaesthetic practice - is written in a succinct, easy to read style allowing quick access to the
relevant information Aimed primarily at the trainee anaesthetist, this invaluable pocket book will also appeal to junior obstetricians, midwives and all those requiring readily-accessible information on problems that occur in obstetric anaesthesia ..is
an excellent book, containing much information and very easy to read. - Today's Anaesthetist, August 1994
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Book information

  • Published: May 1993
  • Imprint: BUTTERWORTH HEINEMANN
  • ISBN: 978-0-7506-0710-0


Table of Contents

Co-existing Disease & Pregnancy; Regional Anaesthesia in Obstetrics; Emergencies; Miscellaneous; Abnormal Labour and Delivery; Physiological Changes of Pregnancy; Drugs Used In Obstetric Anaesthetic Practice