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    Author(s)Eleanor Forrest
    PublisherWiley
    Edition1st Edition 2019
    ISBN9781118874455
    Pages216
    BindingSoftbound
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearMarch 2019

    Description

    Wiley Midwifery at a Glance by Eleanor Forrest

    Midwifery at a Glance offers an easy-to-read yet comprehensive overview of everything a midwifery student needs to know, from conception to care of the newborn.
    This practical guide provides coverage of normal pregnancy, maternal and foetal physiology, and preexisting medical conditions and how these affect pregnancy and birth. It also features vital information on the role of the midwife, evidence-based practice, health promotion education, and perinatal mental health, as well as neonatal care and an overview of emergency situations.

    Midwifery at a Glance:
     - Contains superb full colour illustrations throughout
     - Is written specifically for midwifery students and includes all the concepts found on the midwifery curriculum
     - Demonstrates links with other relevant multidisciplinary healthcare professionals
     - Midwifery at a Glance is the ideal guide, offering educational support for midwifery students in the application of midwifery knowledge into clinical practice.

    Table of Contents:- 
    Part 1 Introduction 1
    1 Historical overview of midwifery 2
    2 NHS values 4
    3 Ethics 6
    4 Role of the midwife 8
    5 Drug exemptions 10
    6 Women’s choice and care options 12
    Part 2 Anatomy and physiology 15
    7 Breast 16
    8 Female reproductive system 18
    9 Menstrual cycle 20
    10 Maternal pelvis 22
    11 Maternal pelvis and fetal skull 24
    Part 3 Preconception 27
    12 Preconception care 28
    13 Follow-up after pregnancy loss 30
    Part 4 Antenatal 33
    14 Maternal physiological adaptation to pregnancy 34
    15 Taking a history 36
    16 Antenatal investigations and screening 38
    17 Preparation for childbirth 40
    18 Post-term pregnancy 42
    Part 5 Intrapartum 45
    19 Physiology of labour 46
    20 Mechanism of normal labour 48
    21 Promoting normal labour 50
    22 Pain relief 52
    23 Water birth 54
    24 Augmentation of labour 56
    25 Induction of labour 58
    26 Nutrition in labour 60
    Part 6 Postnatal care 63
    27 Immediate care: 0–6 hours 64
    28 On-going care 66
    29 Daily maternal examinations 68
    30 Physiological changes 70
    31 Pelvic floor 72
    32 Sepsis 74
    33 Contraception 76
    34 Lactation 78
    Part 7 Common medical disorders 81
    35 Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy 82
    36 Diabetes 84
    37 Thromboembolic disease 86
    38 Obesity 88
    39 The thyroid gland and thyroid disorders 90
    40 Systemic lupus erythematosus 92
    41 Obstetric cholestasis 94
    Part 8 Obstetric complications 97
    42 Antepartum haemorrhage 98
    43 Shoulder dystocia 100
    44 Cord presentation and prolapse 102
    45 Embolism 104
    46 Obstructed labour 106
    47 Uterine rupture 108
    48 Uterine inversion 110
    49 Preterm labour 112
    50 Eclampsia 114
    51 Disseminating intravascular coagulopathy, shock and high dependency
    care 116
    52 Malposition and malpresentation 118
    53 Postpartum haemorrhage 120
    54 Multiple pregnancy 122
    Part 9 Fetus and baby 125
    55 Intrauterine growth restriction 126
    56 Intrauterine growth restriction monitoring 128
    57 Fetal circulation 130
    58 Changes at birth 132
    59 Fetal skull 134
    60 Immediate care of the newborn 136
    61 Normal neonate and care needs 138
    62 Infant nutrition 140
    63 Neonatal jaundice 142
    Part 10 Psychological dimensions 145
    64 Becoming a parent 146
    65 Maternal mental health 148
    66 Bereavement care 150
    67 Gender-based violence 152
    68 Alcohol and drugs 154
    69 Trafficking 156
    70 Homelessness 158
    71 Asylum seekers and refugees 160
    72 Teenage mothers 162
    73 Disability 164
    74 Health promotion education 166
    75 Psychological changes 168
    Part 11 Midwifery skills 171
    76 Antenatal abdominal examination 172
    77 Vaginal examination 174
    78 Artificial rupture of membranes 176
    79 Urinary catheterisation 178
    80 Blood pressure and temperature, pulse and respiration: back to basics180
    81 Episiotomy 182
    82 Perineal repair 184
    83 Feeding support and breast expression 186
    84 Blood and blood products 188
    85 Maternal resuscitation 190
    86 Neonatal resuscitation 192
    87 Examination of the newborn 194
    88 Newborn bloodspot screening 196
    89 Care of women having surgery 198
    References and further reading 200
    Index 204