Pain Management in Childbearing. Key Issues in Management

  • ID: 3684913
  • Book
  • 224 Pages
  • Elsevier Health Science
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This book provides a broad review of the many aspects of pain associated with childbearing. Specialist midwifery contributors deal with a key issue in their field of expertise, enabling the reader to become more effective when working with women in childbirth. Key topics include: the physiology of pain applied to childbirth, antenatal and postnatal pain, pharmacological and non-pharmacological views on pain relief, psychology of pain relief, fetal and neonatal pain, sociological and historical views. As a resource and broad guide to the management of pain in childbearing, this book is a valuable resource for both professional and student midwives.
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Pain Relief: Past and Present - Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction (SPD) - Physiology of Labour Pain - The Psychology of Pain in Normal - Labour - Socio-cultural Aspects of Pain - Relief of Pain and Discomfort in Labour - A Moral and Legal Perspective - Alternative Therapies for Pain Relief - Pharmacological Methods of Pain Relief - Post Natal Pain - Fetal Pain - Neonatal Pain and Its Management
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Yerby, Margaret Senior Lecturer (Midwifery), Wolfson Institute of Health Sciences, Thames Valley University, London, UK.
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