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Fetal and Neonatal Physiology, 2-Volume Set, 4th Edition
Fetal and Neonatal Physiology, 2-Volume Set, 4th Edition by Polin, fox
Sa...ers | 2010-10-01 | ISBN: 141603479X | 2208 pages | PDF | 131 MB
Fetal and Neonatal Physiology, edited by Drs. Polin, Fox, and Abman, focuses on physiologic developments of the fetus and newborn and their impact on the clinical practice of neonatology. A must for practice, this 4th edition brings you the latest information on genetic therapy, intrauterine infections, brain protection and neuroimaging, and much more.
Gain a comprehensive, state-of-the-art understanding of normal and abnormal physiology, and its relationship to disease in the fetus and newborn premature infant, from Dr. Richard Polin and other acknowledged worldwide leaders in the field.
Understand the implications of fetal and neonatal physiology through chapters devoted to clinical correlation.
Apply the latest insights on genetic therapy, intrauterine infections, brain protection and neuroimaging, and much more.
Effectively manage the consequences of intrauterine infections with three new chapters covering intrauterine infection and preterm birth, intrauterine infection and brain injury, and intrauterine infection and chronic lung disease.
Access the complete contents and illustrations online at expertconsult.com - fully searchable!
"The Third edition of Fetal and Neonatal Physiology represents asubstantial enhancement of the second edition...The more than 300 contributors are a distinguished group of international scientists and clinicians, well recognized in their respective fields for their expertise and contributions to perinatal and neonatal medicine. Despite the multiauthored nature of the book, the chapters flow well and the syle is consistent, for which the editors should be highly commended...Fetal and Neonatal Physiology is a gold standard reference text that should be on the shelves of libraries wherever perinatal or neonatal medicine is practiced."
JAMA, July 28, 2004-vol 292,No 4