Infections in Pregnancy, Second Edition, is expanded to cover the latest and most useful guidelines for understanding, diagnosing, and treating infections during pregnancy. This comprehensive volume contains in–depth explanations of dozens of diseases and their pathologies, from common infections, such as human papilloma virus, to new and rare diseases. It provides important information on the administration, monitoring, and side effects of new antibiotics; reviews the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention′s current guidelines for treating sexually transmitted diseases; and describes the latest methods for treating HIV–positive obstetrical patients.
Additional topics include:
∗ Microflora of the genital tract
∗ Urinary tract infection in pregnancy
∗ Group B streptococcus infection in pregnancy
∗ Pregnancy and septic shock
∗ Sexually transmitted diseases: syphilis, gonorrhea, chlamydia, chancroid, lymphogranuloma venereum, granuloma inguinale, molluscum contagiosum, pediculosis pubis, scabies, and herpes simplex
∗ Cytomegalovirus infection in pregnancy
∗ Hepatitis in pregnancy
∗ Varicella–Zoster infection in pregnancy
∗ Mumps, measles, influenza, and pneumonia in pregnancy
∗ Human parvovirus B19 infection in pregnancy
∗ Protozoan infection in pregnancy
Written by two leading experts in the field and supplemented with more than 100 illustrations, Infections in Pregnancy, Second Edition, guides obstetricians, gynecologists, infectious disease specialists, and physicians in family practice and internal medicine in their efforts to minimize the short– and long–term impact of these infections.
Microflora of the Genital Tract.
Antibiotic Usage in Pregnancy.
Episiotomy Infection and Dehiscence.
Syphilis in Pregnancy.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases: I Gonorrhea and Chlamydia.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases: II Chancroid, Lymphogranuloma Venereum, Granuloma Inguinale, Molluscum Contagiosum, Pediculosis Pubis, and Scabies.
Hepatitis in Pregnancy.
Varicella–Zoster Infection in Pregnancy.
Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection in Pregnancy.
Mumps in Pregnancy.
Measles in Pregnancy.
Influenza Infection in Pregnancy.
Protozoan Infection in Pregnancy.
Pneumonia in Pregnancy.