One of the Best selling books related to the field of Gynaecology is the Gynaecology illustrated series. This 6th edition is the latest and provides. The first edition of Gynaecology Illustrated appeared in This soft-cover budget-edition is aimed at medical students and primary health care staff. Gynaecology. AN ILLUSTRATED COLOURTBtt. Joan Pitkin BSCFRCSFRCOG. Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist. Northwick Park & St Mark's Hospital.
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She asks difficult questions about the place and treatment of mothers in our society. Case Files: For the more traditional courses this book will fulfill the role of a course text; for problem-based courses it will be an excellent resource for problem-solving exercises. How you temper me, deepen me, like an ancient smithy working slowly. Learn how we and our ad partner Google, collect and use data. From a feminist perspective, tempered by her own personal experiences as a new parent, she looks closely at family structure and parenting responsibilities. By Matthew M.
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Ultrasonography in Obstetrics and Gynecology Obstetrics and gynecology, Volume Your name. Close Send. Obstetrics and Gynaecology. MRI in gynaecology. Gestational edema is included as a separate topic from weight gain in pregnancy and is recognized by the author as an important and often aggravating problem for the pregnant woman.
She is reassuring in her comments, gives adequate and basic information regarding its frequency of occurrence, its general nature and side effects, and makes suggestions regarding comfort measures. Although the Robinson study has gained notoriety, its reliability has been seriously questioned by authorities, both pro and con, on the issue of salt usage in pregnancies with hypertensive problems. Other helpful information in the first section includes a complete review of vitamin and mineral needs in pregnancy.
Gazella has prepared a listing with appropriate comfort measures for each discomfort. Explanations are included to dissuade usage of such things as bromides for heartburn.
The middle section of the book is devoted to sample menus and recipes, all of which sound delicious. The final section of the book is devoted to lactation. Anyone who reads this section and is still not convinced of the superior value of breast feeding either has some problems with comprehension or has been totally bottle fed by the formula producers. In summary, I would highly recommend this book to both clients and care providers. It is easy to read, informative, and has some wonderful recipes.
Salt in pregnancy. The Lancet 1: This commitment lends a credibility very much beyond the dimensions of the average book on nutrition. A Diary of Motherhood.
By Phyllis Chesler. New York Thomas Y.
Crowell, With Child: Gail Sinquefield, C. Reviewed Choosing to become a mother at age thirty-seven was one of the bravest things she had ever done, according to Phyllis Chesler, noted feminist and author of Women and Madness and About Men. In her newest book, With Child, Ms. Chesler shares the diary she kept during her pregnancy, childbirth, and first year of motherhood. Throughout her journal Ms. Chesler explores her own feelings and perceptions of motherhood.
She asks difficult questions about the place and treatment of mothers in our society. From a feminist perspective, tempered by her own personal experiences as a new parent, she looks closely at family structure and parenting responsibilities.
In this intimate account of her rite of passage from daughter to mother, Ms. Chesler poses basic questions about her motives in having a child. Is she hoping to find more intimacy, more commitment, than adult relationships seem to provide?
Does she expect to find a mother rather than to become one? During her pregnancy she seeks out mothers both in literature and among her acquaintances to guide her on this journey into motherhood. She nonetheless finds herself unprepared for the extremes that the experience provides: Perhaps her most difficult adjustment to motherhood involves maintaining her existence as a working mother. Since her work involves writing at home and traveling frequently, child care is a major concern.
Although her husband provides a major portion of this care and she has the resources to employ part-time help, Ms. Journal of Nurse-Midwifery Chesler often finds herself overwhelmed with the responsibilitiesof parenting.
She finds a lack of importance given the need of mothers to accomplish serious work other than parenting and a dearth of support systems to help working mothers.
She finds that her relationship with her own mother is permanently changed by her entry into motherhood. She discovers that they are joined by commonalities which she had not previously recognized or accepted.
Despite the anxieties and limitations which motherhood imposes, Ms. Chesler also experiences the joy which her son Ariel brings to her life.
In her last diary entry she writes, on his first birthday: Little ancestor, sweet baby! How you temper me, deepen me, like an ancient smithy working slowly. Second edition. By Matthew M. Garrey, A D. Govan, Colen Hodge, and Robin Collander.
New York and London: Churchill Livingstone, Gynaecology Reviewed by: Alayne Fitzpatrick, R. The second edition of Gynaecology Illustrated has excellent illustrations of the anatomy of the female reproductive organs.
Normal and abnormal conditions are displayed in numerous drawings.