|Statement||S. Gorham Babson, Ralph C. Benson.|
|Contributions||Benson, Ralph Criswell, 1911-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 194 p. :|
|Number of Pages||194|
|LC Control Number||66019825|
High-Risk Pregnancy-Why Me? is a book that every woman who is facing this difficult life scenario should have near them at all times. Kelly not only gives accurate and extremely useful information about every aspect of early labor and its complicated medical maze, but she also gives the reader emotional support.5/5(7). Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link). Questions and Answers about Your High-Risk Pregnancy provides authoritative, practical answers to the most common questions posed by at-risk expecting parents. The text covers topics such as testing, mother's health, fetal health, complications, prevention and . This book prepares you on what to expect when you have a high-risk pregnancy and takes you trough the 24 hours after delivery, your preemies growth and maturation, the neonatal unit, bringing your baby home and later-life development/5(5).
If you are at risk of premature birth your doctor or midwife can do a fetal fibronectin test, which can predict whether you are likely you are to give birth prematurely. Fetal fibronectin is a special protein made by babies’ cells in the womb, and acts as a 'glue' that keeps the amniotic sac attached to . The Preemie Primer: A Complete Guide for Parents of Premature Babies--from Birth through the Toddler Years and Beyond is one amazing book. Dr. Jennifer Gunter brings truth based on facts and hope based on her own personal experience in a way that is easy to /5. High Risk Pregnancy: Detection and Management. prematurity, congenital anomalies, infection, abruptio placentae and meconium aspiration—can be identified and treated. Appropriate perinatal management of the very premature fetus/neonate (less than 34 weeks gestation) is a critical factor which will influence outcome. Cited by: 1. Title(s): Management of high-risk pregnancy and intensive care of the neonate [by] S. Gorham Babson [and] Ralph C. Benson. Edition: 2d ed. Country of Publication: .
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