By Yehuda Ginosar, Felicity Reynolds, Stephen H. Halpern, Carl Weiner
Anesthesia and the Fetus integrates into one quantity the multidisciplinary elements of:
- fetal development
- fetal pharmacology
- assessments of fetal and neonatal outcome
- anesthesia and analgesia in the course of pregnancy
- anesthesia and analgesia in the course of labor
- ethics and law
Written via an across the world well known staff of clinicians and scientists, Anesthesia and the Fetus offers a latest advisor and connection with the position of anesthesia, and the anesthesiologist, in preserving the mummy and her unborn baby in the course of pregnancy.
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Reproduced from Chitty L, Altmann D. Appendix: Charts of Fetal Measurements. In: Rodeck C, Whittle M, editors, Fetal Medicine: Basic Science and Clinical Practice. 2nd edn. London: Churchill Livingstone; 2009. p. 721–66 with permission from Elsevier. e. liver volume and abdominal fat) than head size. This “head sparing” is considered to be due to preserved blood ﬂow and nutrient/oxygen delivery to the brain; the fetal heart and adrenal glands may also be relatively spared . Determinants of fetal growth It has been estimated that 30–50% of the variation in fetal body weight is due to genetic factors and around 60% to the intrauterine environment .
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