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Perinatal medicine

Author: Jon Clinch; European Congress of Perinatal Medicine (09)
Publisher: Lancaster [u.a.] : MTP Pr., 1985.
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Proceedings of the European Congress of Perinatal Medicine


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jon Clinch; European Congress of Perinatal Medicine (09)
ISBN: 0852009089 9780852009086
OCLC Number: 263429005
Description: XXIII, 345 S
Contents: Section 1 Main Lectures.- 1. Randomized trial of fetal monitoring.- 2. The contribution of perinatal physiology to clinical practice.- 3. The importance of the infant's condition at birth.- Section 2 Management of childbirth in normal women.- Chairman's introduction.- 4. Active involvement in Dublin.- 5. Aspects of monitoring in normal labour.- 6. Management in Pithiviers.- 7. The third stage and fetal adaptation.- 8. The Netherlands as an obstetric experiment.- Chairman's Summary.- Section 3 Antenatal Fetal Assessment.- 9. Fetal and neonatal assessment.- 10. The value and interpretation of fetal heart rate patterns.- 11. Antenatal assessment of fetal health using dynamic real-time ultrasound.- 12. Assessment of adaptation to extrauterine life in clinics without integrated neonatology.- Section 4 Asphyxial Brain Damage.- Chairman's introduction.- 13. Pathophysiological aspects of asphyxial brain damage.- 14. Acidaemia and its neurological effects.- 15. The role of technology in detection and management - techniques of investigation.- 16. Outcome and long term follow-up.- Section 5 Hypertension in Pregnancy.- Chairman's introduction.- 17. The follow-up of patients with severe pre-eclampsia.- 18. Hypertension-related perinatal mortality in Alberta.- 19. The effect of hypertension on the uteroplacental vasculature.- 20. A critical appraisal.- 21. Conservative management of pre-eclampsia: maternal risk.- Section 6 Indication for Caesarean Section.- Chairman's introduction.- 22. Trends and variations in the use of caesarean delivery.- 23. Evolution of caesarean section in France.- 24. Caesarean section and perinatal mortality rates.- 25. Situation in the German Federal Republic.- 26. The European survey of obstetrical interventions.- Chairman's summary.- Section 7 Persistent Fetal Circulation.- 27. Physiological control of the pulmonary circulation.- 28. Persistent fetal circulation - aetiology.- 29. Persistent fetal circulation complicating other neonatal lung disorders - definition and diagnosis.- 30. Treatment of persistent fetal circulation.- Chairman's summary.- Section 8 Management of Breech Delivery.- Chairman's introduction.- 31. The obstetric management of the premature breech.- 32. The pediatric approach to the premature breech.- 33. The obstetric management of the mature breech.- 34. The term breech: subsequent growth and development.- 35. The term breech: results of psychological assessment at 4 years of age.- Section 9 Perinatal Audit.- 36. Perinatal audit: an overview.- 37. Use of routinely collected data for perinatal surveillance.- 38. The use of tracer conditions to assess the quality of perinatal care.- 39. The role of collaborative clinical trials for auditing perinatal practice.- Chairman's summary.- Section 10 Diabetes in Pregnancy.- Chairman's introduction.- 40. Pregnancy in the clinical diabetic.- 41. Tight metabolic control during early pregnancy prevents malformation in offspring of insulin-dependent diabetic women.- 42. Long term morbidity in infants of diabetic mothers.- Section 11 Surfactant.- Chairman's introduction.- 43. Human surfactant.- 44. The Cambridge experience of artificial surfactant.- 45. Overview of surfactant replacement therapy.- 46. Surfactant replacement studies in Belfast.- Section 12 Perinatal Training.- 47. Higher training in fetal medicine in Britain.- 48. Perinatal training in Germany.- 49. Training in perinatal pediatrics.- 50. Subspecialization of neonatologists.- 51. Training of neonatologists in the USA.- Section 13 Unexplained Mature Stillbirth.- 52. Incidence of stillbirths in singletons and twins: national Swedish data - a preliminary report.- 53. Clinical characteristics of unexpected intrauterine death.- 54. Unexplained mature stillbirth: review of clinical and laboratory data.- 55. Pathological investigations.- Chairman's summary.
Responsibility: Ed. by J. Clinch ...


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