domingo, 10 de enero de 2010


Written by a team of expert authors from world-renowned Parkland Hospital, this rigorously referenced, landmark resource tells you everything you need to know about the practice of obstetrics in a unified, consistent tone not found in other texts.

For decades, ob-gyn practitioners and residents have hailed the book for its thoroughness, scientific orientation, and practical applicability at the bedside. Williams Obstetrics is reinforced throughout by a timely emphasis on evidence-based medicine, supported by state-of-the-art ultrasound images and original illustrations. The book's comprehensive coverage begins with an incisive look at maternal anatomy and physiology, and fetal growth and development. The text then progresses to the antepartum period, labor and delivery, the fetus and newborn, the peurperium period, obstetric complications, and medical and surgical complications.

New to this Edition

1,100 brand-new, precisely rendered full-color illustrations
Evidence-based medicine is highlighted in the text through the use of icons, better familiarizing you with the latest clinical guidelines and standards of care
Greater use of headings and subheadings to quickly lead you to the content you need
Improved algorithms and tables clearly and concisely present Class I evidence for diagnosis and treatment
In-depth coverage of abnormal obstetrics -- from obstetrical hemorrhage and preterm birth, to reproductive tract abnormalities -- provides the most clinically relevant perspectives in this pivotal area

Table of contents
Associate Editors
Section 1: Overview
1. Overview of Obstetrics
Section 2: Maternal and Fetal Anatomy and Physiology
2. Maternal Anatomy
3. Implantation, Embryogenesis, and Placental Development
4. Fetal Growth and Development
5. Maternal Physiology
6. Parturition
Section 3: Antepartum
7. Preconceptional Counseling
8. Prenatal Care
9. Abortion
10. Ectopic Pregnancy
11. Gestational Trophoblastic Disease
12. Genetics
13. Prenatal Diagnosis and Fetal Therapy
14. Teratology and Medications That Affect the Fetus
15. Antepartum Assessment
16. Fetal Imaging
Section 4: Labor and Delivery
17. Normal Labor and Delivery
18. Intrapartum Assessment
19. Obstetrical Anesthesia
20. Abnormal Labor
21. Disorders of Amnionic Fluid Volume
22. Labor Induction
23. Forceps Delivery and Vacuum Extraction
24. Breech Presentation and Delivery
25. Cesarean Delivery and Peripartum Hysterectomy
26. Prior Cesarean Delivery
27. Abnormalities of the Placenta, Umbilical Cord, and Membranes
Section 5: Fetus & Newborn
28. The Newborn Infant
29. Diseases and Injuries of the Fetus and Newborn
Section 6: Puerperium
30. The Puerperium
31. Puerperal Infection
32. Contraception
33. Sterilization
Section 7: Obstetrical Complications
34. Pregnancy Hypertension
35. Obstetrical Hemorrhage
36. Preterm Birth
37. Postterm Pregnancy
38. Fetal Growth Disorders
39. Multifetal Gestation
40. Reproductive Tract Abnormalities
Section 7: Medical and Surgical Complications
41. General Considerations and Maternal Evaluation
42. Critical Care and Trauma
43. Obesity
44. Cardiovascular Disease
45. Chronic Hypertension
46. Pulmonary Disorders
47. Thromboembolic Disorders
48. Renal and Urinary Tract Disorders
49. Gastrointestinal Disorders
50. Hepatic, Biliary Tract, and Pancreatic Disorders
51. Hematological Disorders
52. Diabetes
53. Thyroid and Other Endocrine Disorders
54. Connective-Tissue Disorders
55. Neurological and Psychiatric Disorders
56. Dermatological Disorders
57. Neoplastic Diseases
58. Infectious Diseases
59. Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Biographical note
F. Gary Cunningham, MD
Beatrice & Miguel Elias Distinguished Chair in Obstetrics and Gynecology
Chairman Emeritus, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Dallas, TX
Kenneth J. Leveno, MD
Professor and Chief of Obstetrics
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Dallas, TX
Steven L. Bloom, MD
Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Dallas, TX
John C. Hauth, MD
Professor, Chairman, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Birmingham, AL
Dwight Rouse, MD
Director of Obstetrical Complications Clinics
Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Birmingham, AL
Catherine Y. Spong, MD
Bethesda, MD

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2 comentarios:

Voroshilov dijo...

¡Qué haría sin el Dr. Vargas! me ha salvado al proporcionarme dos valiosos libros que no podía encontrar en otros sitios y justamente aquí los encontré y completitos. Mil gracias Dr. Vargas!
Este Obstetricia de Williams y el Current Medical Diagnostic & Treatment 2010 49ª edición (CMDT 2010)!! Es grandioso el aporte que ud. nos hace al resto, que no podemos comprar estos libros por su precio. Muchísimas gracias.

Voroshilov dijo...

Dr. Vargas: Quisiera hacerle una pregunta un poco tonta, pero ¿Cómo hace para fragmentar un archivo winrar como éste? (El de Williams de Obstetricia) en dos partes de 50,5 MB + 24 MB??. Le pregunto ya que soy nuevo en esto del blogging y de la compresión con winzip y winrar, y en winrar, no me sale esa opción predeterminada para comprimirlo fragmentado de esta forma. ¿Es que acaso hay una forma que uno puede ponerle por ej., a un archivo de 70 MB: 30MB + 40MB? Existe esa opción?
gracias desde ya Dr. Vargas.