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Title ABC of antenatal care / edited by Geoffrey Chamberlain and Margery Morgan.
Imprint London : BMJ Books, 2002.
Edition 4th ed.

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Series ABC Series
Seria ABC.
Subject Prenatal care.
Prenatal Care.
Alt Name Chamberlain, Geoffrey, 1930-
Morgan, Margery M.
Description 1 online resource (176 pages) : illustrations.
Edition 4th ed.
Note Includes index.
Contents Organisation of antenatal care -- The changing body in pregnancy -- Normal antenatal management -- Checking for fetal wellbeing -- Detection and management of congenital abnormalities -- Work in pregnancy -- Vaginal bleeding in early pregnancy -- Antenatal medical and surgical problems -- Raised blood pressure in pregnancy -- Antepartum haemorrhage -- Small for gestational age -- Preterm labor -- Multiple pregnancy -- The audit of birth.
Summary This fourth edition of this ABC has been thoroughly updated and revised with new photographs and illustrations. This ABC addresses some of the current most controversial issues such as the role of the midwife and GP, need for decentralisation of management, home births and screening and will be invaluable to GPs, medical students, midwives, nurses and trainee obstetricians.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 0585393877 (electronic bk.)
9780585393872 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 49852069
Additional Format Print version: ABC of antenatal care. 4th ed. London : BMJ Books, 2002 0727916920


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