1. HAEMOSTATIC CHANGES IN NORMAL PREGNANCY
2. SYSTEMIC THROMBOEMBOLISM IN PREGNANCY
Antithrombotic agents in pregnancy and postpartum
Management of acute venous thromboembolism in pregnancy
2.3 Antiphospholipid syndrome
3. PREGNANCY MORBIDITY ASSOCIATED WITH HEREDITARY AND ACQUIRED THROMBOPHILIAS
Late obstetric complications
4. ANTITHROMBOTIC THERAPY FOR CARDIAC DISORDERS IN PREGNANCY
5. IINHERITED AND ACQUIRED BLEEDING DISORDERS IN PREGNANCY
von Willebrand disease, factor XI deficiency, Haemophilia A and B carriers
Rare coagulation factor defects
Massive obstetric haemorrhage
6. THROMBOCYTOPENIA IN PREGNANCY
Gestational thrombocytopenia and Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura
7. MYELOPROLIFERATIVE DISORDERS IN PREGNANCY
8. RED CELL DISORDERS AND HAEMOGLOBINOPATHIES IN PREGNANCY
9. PERI-DELIVERY ANALGESIA IN WOMEN WITH THROMBOTIC OR HAEMOSTATIC DISORDERS
10. MANAGEMENT OF THE NEONANTE IN WOMEN WITH THROMBOTIC AND HAEMOSTATIC DISORDERS IN PREGNANCY
11. THROMBOTIC AND HAEMOTATIC ASPECTS OF ASSISTED CONCEPTION
This book will offer a comprehensive guide to disorders of thrombosis and haemostasis in pregnancy. It will highlight the latest developments and controversial issues. The multidisciplinary approach will provide authoritative clinical advice on state-of-the-art management. The disorders to be covered are highly pertinent to successful pregnancy outcome, and many may be associated with significant maternal and/or fetal morbidity, and even mortality. This book will be relevant for individuals in all disciplines involved in the care of women with disorders of thrombosis and haemostasis in pregnancy.
This will be the first book which offers a comprehensive guide to disorders of thrombosis and haemostasis in pregnancy.
The book provides authoritative, practical clinical advice on the management of women with both common and rare disorders of thrombosis and haemostasis, in the context of available scientific evidence.
The approach is multidisciplinary - the authorship brings together wide-ranging expertise in haematology, obstetrics and gynaecology, medical obstetrics, cardiology, obstetric anaesthetics, neonatology and assisted conception, resulting in a unique and clinically useful resource.