Renal Disease in Pregnancy Hardback
Edited by Kate Bramham, Matt Hall, Catherine Nelson-Piercy
With higher risks to mother and baby in pregnant women with renal disease, critical decision-making is key.
Giving practical guidance for antenatal, post-partum and maternity unit challenges, this book supports good practice and evidence-based management.
The book includes evidence on antenatal and post-partum care; management of acute kidney injury in the delivery suite; and care guidelines for acute, chronic, and previously undiagnosed kidney diseases.
The book also covers acute kidney injury, transplant, dialysis, pre-conception counselling, and medications.
Previously published by RCOG, this revised edition includes: * Updated expert consensus statements * Complete revision, with a new chapter on contraception * Updates in management of acute kidney injury, hypertension, dialysis and pregnancy, renal transplantation and pre-eclampsia.
Structured to help clinicians make decisions, this book is for use by obstetricians, renal physicians, maternal medicine clinicians, midwives, urologists and specialist nurses.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 250 pages
- Publisher: Cambridge University Press
- Publication Date: 24/05/2018
- Category: Renal medicine & nephrology
- ISBN: 9781107124073