By Thomas H. Bourne, George Condous
Difficulties in early being pregnant are one of the commonest stipulations in gynecology and - with administration changing into much less invasive and based extra on actual ultrasound and a superb realizing of serum biochemistry - many nations now suggest that each one maternity devices have an early being pregnant part devoted to coping with those stipulations. as well as this, the topic can also be a necessary a part of the educational syllabus within the speciality of maternal-fetal medication. guide of Early being pregnant Care is a pragmatic advisor for the administration of at-risk early being pregnant. The chapters are concise, well-illustrated and comprise choice bushes for the administration of every situation. targeting useful administration, not only examine, this beneficial textual content should be priceless within the medical institution, as members are inspired to inform the readers what to do in severe occasions. masking key issues and containing illustrative case experiences, this instruction manual is appropriate to trainees in maternal-fetal drugs and obstetrics, in addition asnurses and sonographers who see many at-risk sufferers within the early levels of being pregnant.
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RCOG Press, 2004. Condous G, Okaro E, Bourne T. The conservative management of early pregnancy complications: a review of the literature. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2003; 22:420–30. Condous G. The management of early pregnancy complications. Best Pract Res Clin Obstet Gynaecol 2004; 18:37–57. Condous G, Okaro E, Khalid A, Lu C, Van Huffel S, Bourne T. The accuracy of transvaginal ultrasonography for the diagnosis of ectopic pregnancy prior to surgery. Hum Reprod 2005; 20:1404–9. Banerjee S, Aslam N, Woelfer B, et al.
Several decades of conventional wisdom taught us that ‘25% of all pregnancies will experience bleeding in the first trimester and of those half will miscarry’. Such women were often told to go home, put their feet up and that they had a 50/50 chance of the pregnancy continuing. Although these statistics are very close to accurate, modern practice allows us to tell such women much more. The outcome, however, will usually remain the same. A biochemical pregnancy has been defined as a pregnancy detected by assays of serum hCG but one that has failed before it can be clinically recognized (as bleeding then occurs at or around the time of the expected menses).
Such women were often told to go home, put their feet up and that they had a 50/50 chance of the pregnancy continuing. Although these statistics are very close to accurate, modern practice allows us to tell such women much more. The outcome, however, will usually remain the same. A biochemical pregnancy has been defined as a pregnancy detected by assays of serum hCG but one that has failed before it can be clinically recognized (as bleeding then occurs at or around the time of the expected menses).