By Robert N. Taylor, James M. Roberts, F. Gary Cunningham, Marshall D. Lindheimer MD FACP
Chesley’s Hypertensive issues in Pregnancy keeps its culture as one of many beacons to lead the sector of preeclampsia study, famous for its area of expertise and software. Hypertensive issues stay one the main explanations of maternal and fetal morbidity and dying. it's also a number one reason behind preterm delivery referred to now to be a chance think about distant heart problems. regardless of this the hypertensive problems stay marginally studied and administration is frequently debatable. The fourth version of Chesley’s Hypertensive problems in Pregnancy makes a speciality of prediction, prevention, and administration for clinicians, and is a necessary reference textual content for scientific and easy investigators alike. Differing from different texts dedicated to preeclampsia, it covers the complete gamut of hypertension, and never simply preeclampsia.
- Features new chapters targeting fresh discoveries in parts corresponding to fetal programming, genomics/proteomics, and angiogenesis
- Includes large updates to chapters on epidemiology, etiological concerns, pathophysiology, prediction, prevention, and management
- Discusses the rising roles of metabolic syndrome and weight problems and the expanding occurrence of preeclampsia
- Each part overseen through one of many editors; each one bankruptcy co-authored via one of many editors, making sure coherence all through book
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