Hypertensive Disease in Pregnancy

Author: Arulkumaran Sabaratnam, Gupte Sanjay A, Fernandez Evita

This comprehensive reference book on Hypertensive Disease in Pregnancy is covered in 17 chapters. It deals with etiology, pathophysiology, prediction and prevention based on the latest discoveries. Management of this condition and its complications is described in the text are evidence based and atypical presentations of the disease and severe illness such as HELLP and their management including critical care is well described. Immediate and future risks to the mother and how to avoid them provides a refreshing look at the problem. Medical disorders with hypertension may mimic that due to pregnancy and distinguishing features and needed investigations are spelt out. This book provides the comprehensive knowledge needed by a health care professional to provide the best of care for a pregnant mother with hypertension.

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