OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY
| Course work || Dopplerometry of the utero-placental-fetal blood flow || 2009 |
Introduction Indications for dopplerometry Vascular resistance indices (ASC) Classification of circulatory disorders Classification of fetal hemodynamics Dopplerometry of the umbilical artery Dopplerometry of the uterine arteries Dopplerometry of the fetal vessels Dopplerometric characterization of the utero-placental-fetal blood flow disturbance Tactics of pregnancy and childbirth depending on the degree of utero-uterine disturbance blood flow References
| Lectures || Obstetrics and Perinatology Program || 2009 |
Organization of the women's consultation. Clinical observation of pregnant women. The structure and organization of work of the obstetric hospital. Sanitary antiepidemic regimen in an obstetric hospital. Fetus and its size. Obstetric studies (examination methods for pregnant women and women in childbirth). Anesthesia of childbirth. Physiology of the neonatal period. Multiple pregnancy. Pathology of the amniotic fluid (low water, high water). Births in old, young primiparous and multiparous. Early toxicosis. Late gestosis. DIC in obstetrics. Narrow pelvis. Asynclitic insertions of the head. Incorrect head position. Pregnancy and birth management for cardiovascular diseases, anemia, kidney disease, diabetes mellitus, viral hepatitis, tuberculosis. Placental insufficiency. Hypoxia of the fetus and asphyxia of the newborn. Perinatal morbidity and mortality. Perinatal infection. Generic maternal injuries. Immunological incompatibility between mother and fetus. Pregnancy overriding. Premature birth; Anomalies of labor; Caesarean section; Obstetric forceps and vacuum extraction; Destructive surgery. Small obstetric operations. Incorrect fetal position. Operations correcting the position of the fetus. Obstetric twists. Removing the fetus from the pelvic end. Purulent-inflammatory postpartum diseases. Generalized postpartum infectious diseases. Lactational mastitis.
| E. M. Malysheva || We want a baby. 100% pregnancy! || 2009 |
The absence of children in the family often causes the collapse of family life, serious psychological and life crises. Unfortunately, to date, most childless couples know very little about what infertility is, and most importantly, that such a diagnosis is not a sentence. Fortunately, the achievements of modern medicine in most cases allow women to become pregnant and successfully bear a child in hopeless situations.
If you decide: "We want a baby!" and ready to make some efforts to achieve your goal, this book will help you choose the right path.
| Klimov V.A., Chibisova I.V., School L.I. || Rhesus - conflict and pregnancy || 2008 |
| The monograph discusses modern ideas about sensitization to erythrocyte antigens and its role in the pathology of the fetus and newborn. The largest section is devoted to the problems of antenatal diagnosis and antenatal treatment of hemolytic disease of the fetus due to incompatibility of the blood of the mother and the fetus by the Rh factor. Modern non-invasive and invasive diagnostic methods and treatment are presented. Modern methods of treatment of hemolytic disease of the newborn are considered. Particularly noteworthy is the head of Rhesus prophylaxis - sensitization in its modern aspect. The monograph is intended for obstetricians - gynecologists and neonatologists. |
| Ilyin A.A. || Obstetrics and Gynecology: lecture notes || 2007 |
| The lecture notes presented to your attention are intended to prepare students of medical universities for passing tests and exams. The book includes a full course of lectures on obstetrics and gynecology, is written in an accessible language and will be an indispensable assistant for those who want to quickly prepare for the exam and pass it successfully |
| Ed. E. M. Vikhlyaeva. || Endocrine Gynecology Guide || 2006 |
| The 3rd edition of the guide covers the regulation of the functions of the reproductive system and the neuroendocrine status of women of various age groups. |
The authors' many years of personal experience and the use of literature data of the last decade made it possible to formulate a modern concept about the molecular biological determinants of the pathogenesis of the most common pathological conditions of hormone-dependent structures of the reproductive system and present the modern directions of therapeutic effect in an age-specific perspective.
For practitioners - gynecologists, therapists, endocrinologists and specialists in the field of family medicine.
| Ed. prof. V.N. Prilepsky || Contraception guide || 2006 |
| This contraceptive guide presents all aspects of modern methods of birth control. The authors summarized the latest achievements in this area based on foreign and domestic studies. In the section on hormonal methods of contraception, special attention is paid to releasing systems, which for some categories of women can become alternative methods of preventing pregnancy, as well as the use of contraceptive hormones for the treatment and prevention of gynecological diseases. |
The guide also presents the features of contraception in various periods of a woman's life and in some endocrine diseases. A separate chapter is devoted to issues of male contraception. The attention of readers is drawn to the features of examination and observation before and during contraception, as well as to the methodology and organization of patient counseling. The book provides the latest WHO recommendations (2004) on medical criteria for the acceptability of contraception.
The manual is intended for obstetrician-gynecologists, endocrinologists, as well as for doctors of other specialties interested in this problem
| I.S. Sidorova, V.I. Kulakov, I.O. Makarov || Obstetrics guide || 2006 |
| This guide is recommended by the Educational and Methodological Association for Medical and Pharmaceutical Education of Russian Universities as a teaching tool for the system of postgraduate professional education of doctors. In addition, it is also of interest to doctors of related specialties. The manual reflects all the main issues of the studied discipline, which allow the doctor to most fully understand various clinical situations, facilitate diagnosis and make the right decision for the successful management of the patient, treatment of revealed diseases and complications, choice of term and method of delivery. |
| abstract || Methods of contraception How to avoid pregnancy || 2006 |
| Introduction Methods of contraception. Mechanical methods. Chemical methods. Biological methods. Emergency contraception. Intrauterine devices. Physiological methods. Sterilization. Use of contraception by adolescents. Conclusion. List of references. |
| Edited by prof. D.F. Kostyuchek || Gynecology Emergency Workshop || 2005 |
| The publication addresses the most pressing issues of emergency conditions and emergency care in gynecology, insufficiently covered in textbooks, but having important theoretical and practical significance. For each topic, a situational task and a program of therapeutic and diagnostic measures for diseases requiring emergency care are given. |
The workshop is intended for students of V and VI courses of medical universities, interns, clinical residents
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