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Midwife's guide to antenatal investigations

£20.00

Product description

This book serves as a guide to a comprehensive range of diagnostic screenings and tests used during pregnancy. It links routine antenatal care with specialist investigations, describing when follow up is required and how to interpret the results. Designed for ease of reference, this resource helps midwives make informed, evidence-based clinical decisions. It also provides guidance about how best to discuss sensitive issues with mothers and how to provide support to parents receiving bad news. This book is an essential resource for midwives and other health professionals involved in delivering antenatal care to women and their families. Expert contributors ensure that the information is reliable and up-to-date, and the easy-to-use format guides practitioners through each procedure, interpretation of results, and appropriate interventions. Illustrated throughout with diagrams, photographs and scan images Best practice guidance from the National Screening Committee gives a clear overview of its policy Clinical scenarios explore parents' views and highlight the midwife's clinical application and impact of the investigations

slight shelf wear to cover, otherwise very good condition

Item details

Author(s):
Sullivan, Amanda; Kean, Lucy; Cryer, Alison
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0443101418
ISBN-13:
9780443101410
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Churchill Livingstone Elsevier
Title:
Midwife's guide to antenatal investigations

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This book serves as a guide to a comprehensive range of diagnostic screenings and tests used during pregnancy. It links routine antenatal care with specialist investigations, describing when follow up is required and how to interpret the results. Designed for ease of reference, this resource helps midwives make informed, evidence-based clinical decisions. It also provides guidance about how best to discuss sensitive issues with mothers and how to provide support to parents receiving bad news. This book is an essential resource for midwives and other health professionals involved in delivering antenatal care to women and their families. Expert contributors ensure that the information is reliable and up-to-date, and the easy-to-use format guides practitioners through each procedure, interpretation of results, and appropriate interventions. Illustrated throughout with diagrams, photographs and scan images Best practice guidance from the National Screening Committee gives a clear overview of its policy Clinical scenarios explore parents' views and highlight the midwife's clinical application and impact of the investigations

slight shelf wear to cover, otherwise very good condition

Author(s):
Sullivan, Amanda; Kean, Lucy; Cryer, Alison
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0443101418
ISBN-13:
9780443101410
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Churchill Livingstone Elsevier
Title:
Midwife's guide to antenatal investigations

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