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The Caesarean Section

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  • Authors: Erik Domini, Sara Guazzini, Monica Guidi, Stefano Vicentini
  • ISBN: 9789352700196
  • Publisher: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers
  • Edition: 1st
  • Publication Date: September 30, 2017
  • Format: Paperback – 294 Pages
  • Language: English

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This book is a comprehensive guide to caesarean section for practicing obstetricians.

Divided into four sections, the text begins with an overview of anatomy and physiology in childbirth, followed by discussion on diagnosis in clinical obstetrics and use of a partograph to record key data on both the mother and baby during labour.

Section three covers the complete process of caesarean section, describing indications for the operation, anaesthesia, and the actual procedure. A chapter is dedicated to perimortem and post-mortem caesarean delivery. Postoperative recovery and potential complications are also explained.

The final section of the book examines alternatives to caesarean section surgery.

With a highly experienced team of authors, this practical guide is further enhanced by more than 300 illustrations and tables.

Key Features
  • An excellent handy book.
  • Indications, techniques, complications and alternatives with notes on obstetric practice in the tropics.
  • Provides an in-depth knowledge of anatomy, physiopathology of childbirth, clinical diagnosis and management of obstetric problems.
  • Brings together 25 years’ experience of obstetric practice in tropical countries.
  • Aims to offer practitioners of obstetrics some basic concepts for tackling the various emergencies which arise generally in resource-poor environments.
  • Targeted to those who have no specialised training and experience in obstetrics, difficulty in updating their knowledge and practise obstetrics in local healthcare centres in outlying areas which can be poorly equipped and lacking in trained personnel.
Table of Contents
  1. Section 1: Anatomy and Physiology of Parturition
    1. Parturition
    2. Birth Canal (Passageway)
    3. Uterus
    4. Passenger (Foetus)
    5. Mechanism and Physiopathology of Parturition
  2. Section 2: Diagnosis
    1. Diagnosis in Clinical Obstetrics
    2. Partograph
  3. Section 3: Caesarean Section and Management
    1. Indications for Caesarean Section Outside Labour
    2. Indications for Caesarean Section During Labour
    3. Trial of Labour
    4. Preparing for the Operation
    5. Anaesthesia
    6. Laparotomies
    7. The Various Types of Hysterotomy-Criteria of Choice
    8. Transverse Hysterotomies
    9. Vertical Hysterotomies
    10. Management of Intraoperative Complications
    11. Tubal Sterilization
    12. Abdominal Wall Closure
    13. Perimortem and Postmortem Caesarean Delivery
    14. Uterine Rupture
    15. Monitoring Caesarean Section: Postoperative Recovery
    16. Complications of the Laparotomic Wound Suture
    17. Postcaesarean Wound Dehiscence
    18. Obstructed Labour Injury Complex
    19. The Newborn
  4. Section 4: Alternatives to Caesarean Section
    1. Version-Breech Presentation, Transverse and Oblique Lies
    2. Symphysiotomy-Vacuum Extraction (Foetus Alive-Head Engaged)
    3. Destructive Operations-A Vanishing Art in Modern Obstetrics
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