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Title Pregnancy and Obesity / Dan Farine, Cynthia Maxwell.
Imprint Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter, [2017]
2017.

Series Hot Topics in Perinatal Medicine ; v. 5.
Hot topics in perinatal medicine.
Subject Obesity -- Complications.
Pregnancy -- Complications.
Obesity -- complications.
Pregnancy Complications -- prevention & control.
Obesity -- prevention & control.
Prenatal Care.
Diet.
Alt Name Farine, D. (Dan),
Maxwell, Cynthia,
Description 1 online resource (316 pages).
Contents Frontmatter -- Introduction -- Contents -- Contributing authors -- Section I: Planning for pregnancy -- 1. Epidemiology of obesity / Lučovnik, Miha / Tul, Nataša / Blickstein, Isaac -- 2. How useful are the guidelines for weight gain in pregnancy? / Blickstein, Isaac / Tul, Nataša -- 3. The endangered intrauterine milieu: the effect of diabetes, obesity, or both / Crimmins, Sarah D. / Rosen, Julie A. / Reece, E. Albert / Miodovnik, Menachem -- 4. Adipokines and pathophysiology of pregnancy complications / Mazaki-Tovi, Shali / Vaisbuch, Edi -- 5. Perinatal outcomes following bariatric surgery / Sheiner, Eyal / Raimondi, Aubrey R. -- 6. Conception and obesity / Greenblatt, Ellen / Wais, Marta -- 7. Obesity and contraception / Jones, Claire / Chan, Crystal -- 8. Obesity in pregnancy: a review of international guidelines / Vitner, Dana / Harris, Kristin / Maxwell, Cynthia / Farine, Dan -- 9. Diet and the obese pregnant patient -- 10. Medical and surgical management of obesity prior to planned pregnancy / Wharton, Sean / Christensen, Rebecca A.G. -- 11. Maternal obesity and medical complications / Gandhi, Shital -- Section II: Pregnancy management -- 12. Second trimester fetal ultrasonography in the obese pregnant patient / Kalache, Karim D. / Bola, Balbir / Kamil, Daniel -- 13. Fetal anomalies in obese women / Mieghem, Tim Van / Keunen, Johannes / Windrim, Rory / Ryan, Greg -- 14. The professional responsibility model of obstetrics ethics: implications for the management of obesity during pregnancy / Chervenak, Frank A. / McCullough, Laurence B. -- 15. The obese patient: losing weight in pregnancy / Aviram, Amir / Yogev, Yariv -- 16. Obesity and hypertension / Alavifard, Sepand / Shukla, Minakshi / D'Souza, Rohan -- 17. Venous thromboembolism in the obese pregnant patient / Malinowski, Ann Kinga / Parrish, Jacqueline -- 18. MicrObesity in pregnancy: the inside story / Connor, Kristin L. -- 19. Obesity and the risk of stillbirth / Yaniv-Salem, Shimrit / Dekker, Gustaaf -- Section III: Intrapartum management -- 20. Induction of labor in the obese patient / Ronzoni, Stefania / Di Renzo, Gian Carlo -- 21. Analgesia and anesthesia for the obese parturient -- 22. Obstetric nursing and team organization in planning for obese parturient / Guest, Susan / Malek, Merihan Abdel / Maxwell, Cynthia -- 23. Cesarean delivery in women with obesity / Sagi, Yair / Maxwell, Cindy -- 24. Vaginal delivery in the obese patient / Davies, Gregory A. / Nowik, Christina M. -- Index.
Summary Obesity epidemic is a global problem of the 21th century for women in reproductive age and also the obstetricians and pediatricians. There are influences of mother's prepragnancy and antepartal obesity, at delivery, for fetal programming and for maternal.
Note In English.
Online resource; title from PDF title page (publisher's Web site, viewed 26. Okt 2017).
ISBN 3110487810
9783110487817 (electronic bk.)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1515/9783110487817
OCLC # 1011475455
Additional Format Print version: 9783110486247.


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