Labour Ward Manual , 4th Edition

Author
By David T. Y. Liu, MPhil, MB, BS, DM, MBA(OU), FRCOG, FRANZCOG
ISBN
9780443102523
Publication Date
09-08-2007
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· This bestselling manual offers a one-stop guide to all aspects of labour and birth in a hospital environment
· Contains information on the latest NICE and RCOG Guidelines
· Deals with everything from admittance procedures through to emergency drills and multiple births
· User-friendly layout with clear diagrams provide easy access to information
· Panel of international specialists ensure contemporary and representative content
This title is directed primarily towards health care professionals outside of the United States. Liu's Labour Ward Manual has for many years been the standard work for all personnel working on the labour ward. It gives instruction on the best application of technical procedures employed in the labour ward whilst promoting the ethos that the labouring mother and the unborn child must be the prime focus of attention.

Key Features
  • Offers a one-stop guide to all aspects of labour and birth in a hospital environment
  • Covers everything from admittance procedures through to emergency drills and multiple births
  • User-friendly layout with clear diagrams provide easy access to information
  • Panel of international specialists ensure contemporary and representative content
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
ISBN 9780443102523
Author Informaiton By David T. Y. Liu, MPhil, MB, BS, DM, MBA(OU), FRCOG, FRANZCOG, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist/Clinical Tutor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Nottingham City Hospital NHS Trust, Nottingham, UK
Published Reviews The chapters are factual and concise.


A real positive for a labour ward manual.


Laura Abbott, The Practising Midwife, Vol 11 No 8
Table of Content 1 Attitudes and conduct
2 Legal considerations
3 Maternal and perinatal mortality
4 The birthing environment
5 Admission to labour ward
6 Admission emergencies
7 Normal labour and delivery
8 Intrapartum nutrition and electrolytes
9 Analgesia and anaesthesia
10 Intrapartum fetal surveillance
11 Episiotomy and tears
12 The Newborn
13 Preterm labour and preterm rupture of membranes
14 Abnormal labour
15 Induction and augmentation of labour
16 Assisted delivery and shoulder dystocia
17 Caesarean section
18 Emergencies in the immediate puerperium
19 Malpresentation and malposition
20 Breech
21 Twins and multiple deliveries
22 Medical complications
23 Fetal and maternal misadventure
24 Drills in labour ward management
Publication Date 09-08-2007
Pages 236
Trim 246 X 189 (7 11/16 x 9 7/16)
Stock Status In Stock
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