Obstetric Anesthesia Practice

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ISBN:

9780190099824

Publication date:

04/02/2022

Paperback

408 pages

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ISBN:

9780190099824

Publication date:

04/02/2022

Paperback

408 pages

Edited by Alan Kaye and Richard Urman

Obstetric Anesthesia Practice is a timely update in the field, providing a concise, evidence-based, and richly illustrated book for students, trainees, and practicing clinicians. 

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Edited by Alan Kaye and Richard Urman

Description

As the practice of obstetric anesthesia becomes increasingly recognized as a major subspecialty of anesthesia, there is a growing interest from current practitioners to evolve their neuraxial, regional, and general anesthesia techniques and understanding of the latest evidence. Obstetric Anesthesia Practice is a timely update in the field, providing a concise, evidence-based, and richly illustrated book for students, trainees, and practicing clinicians. Comprehensive in scope, this book addresses the essential topics necessary for the practitioner to quickly assess the patient and risk stratify them, decide on the type of analgesic and anesthetic plan most appropriate as well as its feasibility and safety, provide expert consultation to the other members of the obstetric team, manage anesthesia care and complications, and arrange for advanced care if needed.

About the author:

Alan D. Kaye, MD, PhD, is Professor and Chair of Anesthesiology at Louisiana State University in New Orleans.

Richard D. Urman, MD, MBA, is Associate Professor of Anesthesia and Director of the Center for Perioperative Research in the Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine, and Brigham and Women's Hospital.

Edited by Alan Kaye and Richard Urman

Table of contents

1 Physiologic changes during pregnancy
2 The Placenta: Anatomy, Physiology, Uteroplacental Blood Flow, and Drug Transfer
3 Fetal Physiology and Antepartum Fetal Surveillance
4 Coexisting Disease and the Parturient Part One: Cardiovascular, Respiratory, Renal, Gastrointestinal
5 Coexisting Disease and the Parturient - Part 2
6 Parturient Anesthesia Assessment and Evaluation
7 The high-risk obstetric patient: pregnancy-induced conditions
8 Intrapartum Monitoring and Fetal Assessment
9 Obstetric management of labor and vaginal delivery
10 Pharmacology and Non-Anesthetic Drugs During Pregnancy and Lactation
11 Local anesthetics
12 Opioid analgesia
13 Neuraxial Anesthesia
14 Alternative regional anesthetic techniques: labor and vaginal delivery
15 Non-opioid analgesic techniques
16 Non-pharmacologic management of labor and delivery
17 Neuraxial Techniques and Medications for Cesarean Delivery
18 Airway management
19 General Anesthesia for Caesarian delivery
20 Antepartum and postpartum hemorrhage
21 Cesarean delivery: postoperative management
22 Neonatal assessment and resuscitation
23 Postpartum complications
24 Trauma and critical care during pregnancy
25 Non-obstetric surgery during pregnancy
26 Anesthesia for Fetal Surgery
27 Anesthesia for assisted reproductive techniques
28 Medicolegal issues

Edited by Alan Kaye and Richard Urman

Edited by Alan Kaye and Richard Urman

Edited by Alan Kaye and Richard Urman

Description

As the practice of obstetric anesthesia becomes increasingly recognized as a major subspecialty of anesthesia, there is a growing interest from current practitioners to evolve their neuraxial, regional, and general anesthesia techniques and understanding of the latest evidence. Obstetric Anesthesia Practice is a timely update in the field, providing a concise, evidence-based, and richly illustrated book for students, trainees, and practicing clinicians. Comprehensive in scope, this book addresses the essential topics necessary for the practitioner to quickly assess the patient and risk stratify them, decide on the type of analgesic and anesthetic plan most appropriate as well as its feasibility and safety, provide expert consultation to the other members of the obstetric team, manage anesthesia care and complications, and arrange for advanced care if needed.

About the author:

Alan D. Kaye, MD, PhD, is Professor and Chair of Anesthesiology at Louisiana State University in New Orleans.

Richard D. Urman, MD, MBA, is Associate Professor of Anesthesia and Director of the Center for Perioperative Research in the Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine, and Brigham and Women's Hospital.

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Table of contents

1 Physiologic changes during pregnancy
2 The Placenta: Anatomy, Physiology, Uteroplacental Blood Flow, and Drug Transfer
3 Fetal Physiology and Antepartum Fetal Surveillance
4 Coexisting Disease and the Parturient Part One: Cardiovascular, Respiratory, Renal, Gastrointestinal
5 Coexisting Disease and the Parturient - Part 2
6 Parturient Anesthesia Assessment and Evaluation
7 The high-risk obstetric patient: pregnancy-induced conditions
8 Intrapartum Monitoring and Fetal Assessment
9 Obstetric management of labor and vaginal delivery
10 Pharmacology and Non-Anesthetic Drugs During Pregnancy and Lactation
11 Local anesthetics
12 Opioid analgesia
13 Neuraxial Anesthesia
14 Alternative regional anesthetic techniques: labor and vaginal delivery
15 Non-opioid analgesic techniques
16 Non-pharmacologic management of labor and delivery
17 Neuraxial Techniques and Medications for Cesarean Delivery
18 Airway management
19 General Anesthesia for Caesarian delivery
20 Antepartum and postpartum hemorrhage
21 Cesarean delivery: postoperative management
22 Neonatal assessment and resuscitation
23 Postpartum complications
24 Trauma and critical care during pregnancy
25 Non-obstetric surgery during pregnancy
26 Anesthesia for Fetal Surgery
27 Anesthesia for assisted reproductive techniques
28 Medicolegal issues

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