Myles Midwifery Anatomy & Physiology Workbook

  • ID: 3687755
  • Book
  • 248 Pages
  • Elsevier Health Science
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This useful workbook is a companion to the best-selling Myles: Textbook for Midwives, a long-standing favourite with Midwifery students. The Workbook can be used in combination with Myles or any other Midwifery textbook, to extend and consolidate knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of childbearing.

The workbook approach complements different styles of learning and will assist the student by providing stimulating learning activities to facilitate and reinforce learning or revision.

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Ch 1 The female pelvis and pelvic floor

Ch 2 The reproductive systems

Ch 3 The female urinary tract

Ch 4 Hormonal cycles: fertilization and early development

Ch 5 The placenta

Ch 6 The fetus

Ch 7 Changing and adaptation in pregnancy

Ch 8 Antenatal care

Ch 9 Problems in pregnancy

Ch 10 Conditions in pregnancy

Ch 11 Labour: first and second stages

Ch 12 Third stage of labour

Ch 13 Complicated labour and birth

Ch 14 Midwifery and obstetric emergencies

Ch 15 The puerperium

Ch 16 Complimentary therapies and pharmacology in childbirth

Ch 17 The baby at birth

Ch 18 The newborn baby

Ch 19 Jaundice and blood group incompatibility

Ch 20 Congenital abnormalities and metabolic disorders

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Ch 1 The female pelvis and pelvic floor

Ch 2 The reproductive systems

Ch 3 The female urinary tract

Ch 4 Hormonal cycles: fertilization and early development

Ch 5 The placenta

Ch 6 The fetus

Ch 7 Changing and adaptation in pregnancy

Ch 8 Antenatal care

Ch 9 Problems in pregnancy

Ch 10 Conditions in pregnancy

Ch 11 Labour: first and second stages

Ch 12 Third stage of labour

Ch 13 Complicated labour and birth

Ch 14 Midwifery and obstetric emergencies

Ch 15 The puerperium

Ch 16 Complimentary therapies and pharmacology in childbirth

Ch 17 The baby at birth

Ch 18 The newborn baby

Ch 19 Jaundice and blood group incompatibility

Ch 20 Congenital abnormalities and metabolic disorders
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Rankin, Jean Professor (Maternal, Child and Family Health), School of Health, Nursing and Midwifery, University of the West of Scotland, Paisley and Hamilton, UK.
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