Avery's Neonatology.
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Revised and updated by a new editorial team, the Sixth Edition of this text will remain the leading reference on the clinical care of the newborn. It provides complete, authoritative information on the biology of the newborn and the pathophysiology and management of diseases during the neonatal period.

This edition has five new chapters on the role of telemedicine in neonatology, the impact of labor and delivery on the fetus, fetal determinants of adult disease, breast feeding, and control of breathing and apnea. Also included is a full-color insert illustrating key signs and symptoms, selected imaging techniques, and dermatologic conditions.

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--New findings on expanding areas of neonatology including: radiology and imaging technology, acquired infections, and telemedicine
--Brings you current, complete information on perinatal obstetrics, ethical considerations, sudden infant distress syndrome, inherited metabolic disorders, and more
--New technology and procedures to stabilize and assess high risk patients with respiratory disorders, cardiac disease, neonatal jaundice, gastrointestinal diseases, bacterial infections, and more
Head, Section of Neonatology Professor of Pediatrics, Health Sciences Centre, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center, West Virginia University, Department of Pediatrics, Morgantown, WV

Professor of Pediatrics, Vice Chairman, Department of Neonatology, George Washington University School of Medicine; Director, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Children's National Medical Center, Washington, DC


Edition: 6
ISBN/ISSN: 9780781746434Product Format: Hardbound
Trim Size: 8.5 x 11
Pages: 1504
Pub Date: 2005
Weight: 9.315

Contributors
Foreword
Preface
Color Insert

PART I: GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS
1          Neonatology: Past, Present, and Future
Gordon B. Avery

2          Current Moral Priorities and Decision Making in Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
Robert J. Boyle and John C. Fletcher

3          Neonatology in the United States: Scope and Organization
Richard L. Bucciarelli

4          Neonatal Transport
Karen S. Wood and Carl L. Bose

5          Telehealth in Neonatology
Sarah C. Muttitt, Mary M. K. Seshia, and Liz Loewen

6          Newborn Intensive Care Unit Design: Scientific and Practical Considerations
Robert D. White, Gilbert I. Martin, Judith Smith, and Stanley N. Graven

7          Organization of Care and Quality in the NICU
Richard Powers and Carolyn Houska Lund

8          Law, Quality Assurance and Risk Management in the Practice of Neonatology
Harold M. Ginzburg and Mhairi G. MacDonald

9          The Vulnerable Neonate and the Neonatal Intensive Care Environment
Penny Glass

PART II: THE FETAL PATIENT
10        Prenatal Diagnosis in the Molecular Age— Indications, Procedures, and Laboratory Techniques
Arie Drugan, Nelson B. Isada, and Mark I. Evans

11        Feto-Maternal Interactions: Placental Physiology, the In Utero Environment, and Fetal Determinants of Adult Disease
Gabriella Pridjian

12        Fetal Imaging: Ultrasound and Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Dorothy I. Bulas

13        Fetal Therapy
Mark I. Evans, Mark P. Johnson, Alan W. Flake, Yuval Yaron, and Michael R. Harrison

14        The Impact of Maternal Illness on the Neonate
Helain J. Landy

15        The Effects of Maternal Drugs on the Developing Fetus
David A. Beckman, Lynda B. Fawcett, and Robert L. Brent

16        Obstetric Anesthesia and Analgesia: Effects on the Fetus and Newborn
Judith Littleford

PART III: TRANSITION AND STABILIZATION
17        Cardiorespiratory Adjustments at Birth
Ruben E. Alvaro and Henrique Rigatto

18        Delivery Room Management
Virender K. Rehan and Roderic H. Phibbs

19        Physical Assessment and Classification
Michael Narvey and Mary Ann Fletcher

20        General Care
Ian Laing

21        Fluid and Electrolyte Management
Edward F. Bell and William Oh

22        Nutrition
Michael K. Georgieff

23        Breastfeeding and the Use of Human Milk in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Kathleen A. Marinelli and Kathy Hamelin

24        Thermal Regulation
Michael Friedman and Stephen Baumgart

PART IV: THE LOW-BIRTH-WEIGHT INFANT
25        The Extremely Low-Birth-Weight Infant
Apostolos Papageorgiou, Ermelinda Pelausa, and Lajos Kovacs

26        Intrauterine Growth Restriction and the Small-For-Gestational-Age Infant
Marianne S. Anderson and William W. Hay

27        Multiple Gestations
Mary E. Revenis and Lauren A. Johnson-Robbins

PART V: THE NEWBORN INFANT
28        Control of Breathing: Development, Apnea of Prematurity, Apparent Life-Threatening Events, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
Mark W. Thompson and Carl E. Hunt

29        Acute Respiratory Disorders
Jeffrey A. Whitsett, Ward R. Rice, Barbara B. Warner, Susan E. Wert, and Gloria S. Pryhuber

30        Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia
Jonathan M. Davis and Warren N. Rosenfeld

31        Principles of Management of Respiratory Problems
William E. Truog and Sergio G. Golombek

32        Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation
Billie Lou Short

33        Cardiac Disease
Michael F. Flanagan, Scott B. Yeager, and Steven N. Weindling

34        Preoperative and Postoperative Care of the Infant with Critical Congenital Heart Disease
John M. Costello and Wayne H. Franklin

35        Jaundice
M. Jeffrey Maisels

36        Calcium and Magnesium Homeostasis
Winston W. K. Koo and Reginald C. Tsang

37        Carbohydrate Homeostasis
Edward S. Ogata

38        Congenital Anomalies
Scott Douglas McLean

39        Endocrine Disorders of the Newborn
Mary M. Lee and Thomas Moshang, Jr.

40        Gastrointestinal Disease
Jon A. Vanderhoof, Terence L. Zach, and Thomas E. Adrian

41        Inherited Metabolic Disorders
Barbara K. Burton

42        Renal Disease
Suhas M. Nafday, Luc P. Brion, Corinne Benchimol, Lisa M. Satlin, Joseph T. Flynn, and Chester M. Edelmann, Jr.

43        Structural Abnormalities of the Genitourinary Tract
George W. Kaplan and Irene M. McAleer

44        Surgical Care of Conditions Presenting in the Newborn
Gary E. Hartman, Michael J. Boyajian, Sukgi S. Choi, Martin R. Eichelberger, Kurt D. Newman, and David M. Powell

45        Immunology of the Fetus and Newborn
Joseph A. Bellanti, Barbara J. Zeligs, and Yung-Hao Pung

46        Hematology
Victor Blanchette, Yigal Dror, and Anthony Chan

47        Bacterial and Fungal Infections
Robert L. Schelonka, Bishara J. Freij, and George H. McCracken, Jr.

48        Viral and Protozoal Infections
Bishara J. Freij and John L. Sever

49        Healthcare-Associated Infections
Jukka K. Korpela, Joyce Campbell, and Nalini Singh

50        Neurological and Neuromuscular Disorders
Alan Hill

51        Neurosurgery of the Newborn
Joseph R. Madsen, David M. Frim, and Anne R. Hansen

52        Orthopedics
William W. Robertson, Jr.

53        Neoplasia
Robert J. Arceci and Howard J. Weinstein

54        Eye Disorders
Sherwin J. Isenberg

55        Dermatologic Conditions
James G. H. Dinulos and Gary L. Darmstadt

PART VI: PHARMACOLOGY
56        Drug Therapy in the Newborn
Robert M. Ward and Ralph A. Lugo

57        Anesthesia and Analgesia in the Neonate
Sally H. Vitali, Anthony J. Camerota, and John H. Arnold

58        The Infant of the Drug-Dependent Mother
Enrique M. Ostrea, Jr., J. Edgar Winston Cruz Posecion, and Maria Esterlita-Uy T. Villanueva

PART VII: BEYOND THE NURSERY
59        Medical Care After Discharge
Judy Bernbaum

60        Developmental Outcome
Forrest C. Bennett
Appendix A     The Healthcare Matrix
Appendix B     Hemoglobin–Oxygen Dissociation Curves
Appendix C     Breast Milk in the NICU
Appendix D    Growth Parameters
Appendix E     Jaundice
Appendix F     Blood Pressure
Appendix G    Renal and Urinary Tract Anomalies
Appendix H    Drug Formulary
Appendix I      Nutritional Values
Appendix J     Technical Procedures
Index 

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