Human Amniotic Membrane Basic Science and Clinical Application Ebook PDF Download
Human Amniotic Membrane Basic Science and Clinical Application Ebook PDF This 24th edition of Williams Obstetrics has been extensively and strategically reorganized. Primarily writing for the busy practitioner—those “in the trenches”—we continue to present the detailed staples of basic obstetrics such as maternal anatomy and physiology, preconceptional and prenatal care, labor, deliv- ery, and the puerperium, along with detailed discussions of obstetrical complications exemplified by preterm labor, hemor- rhage, hypertension, and many more. Once again, we empha- size the scientific-based underpinnings of clinical obstetrics with special emphasis on biochemical and physiological prin- ciples of female reproduction. And, as was the hallmark of previous editions, these dovetail with descriptions of evidence- based practices. The reorganized format allows a greater emphasis on the fetus as a patient along with expanded cover- age of fetal diagnosis and therapy. These changes are comple- mented by more than 100 new sonographic and magnetic resonance images that display normal fetal anatomy and common fetal anomalies. Finally, to emphasize the “M” in maternal–fetal medicine, we continue to iterate the myriad medical and surgi- cal disorders that can complicate pregnancy.
Human Amniotic Membrane Basic Science and Clinical Application Ebook PDF To accomplish these goals, the text has been updated with more than 3000 new literature citations through 2014. Moreover, there are nearly 900 figures that include sonograms, MR images, photographs, micrographs, and data graphs, most in vivid color. Much of the original artwork was rendered by our own medical illustrators.
Human Amniotic Membrane Basic Science and Clinical Application Ebook PDF In this edition, as before, we continue to incorporate con- temporaneous guidelines from professional and academic orga- nizations such as the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the Society for Maternal–Fetal Medicine, the National Institutes of Health, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, among others. Many of these data are distilled into almost 100 newly constructed tables, in which information has been arranged in a format that is easy to read and use. In addition, several diagnostic and management algo- rithms have been added to guide practitioners. While we strive to cite numerous sources to provide multiple evidence-based options for such management schemes, we also include our own clinical experiences drawn from a large obstetrical service. As usual, while we are convinced that these are disciplined examples of evidence-based obstetrics, we quickly acknowledge that they do not constitute the sole method of management.