• PART 1: GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS
1: Newborn Survival in a Global Context
2: The Scope and Organization of Perinatal Services: Global Comparisons and Challenges
3: Newborn Intensive Care Unit Design: Scientific and Practical Considerations
4: Data Collection Systems for Service Evaluation and Research
5: Quality Assessment and Improvement
6: Inter-Hospital Transport
7: Perinatal Medical Ethics, Decision-Making, and Legal Principles
8: Care of the Family, Palliative Care, Brain Death, and Organ Donation
9: Discharge Planning, Follow-Up Care, and Outcome Evaluation
• PART 2: THE FETAL PATIENT
10: Prenatal Diagnosis and Management in the Molecular Age—Indications, Procedures, and Laboratory Techniques
11: Multiple Gestation
12: Placental Physiology, the In Utero Environment, and Antenatal Determinants of Disease
13: The Impact of Maternal Illness and Therapy on the Fetus and Neonate
14: The Impact of Prenatal Exposure to Nonnarcotic Drugs: Maternal, Fetal, Neonatal, and Long-Term Outcomes
• PART 3: CARE AROUND BIRTH
15: Transition and Stabilization
16: Delivery Room Management
17: Physical Assessment and Classification
18: Care of the Normal Newborn
• PART 4: THE NEWBORN INFANT
19: Fluid and Electrolyte Management
22: Health Care–Associated Infections
24: Anesthesia and Analgesia
25: The Preterm Infant
26: The Small-for-Gestational Age Infant and IUGR
27: Control of Breathing: Maturation and Associated Clinical Disorders
28: Acute Pulmonary Disorders
29: Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia
30: Surgical Management of the Airway and Lungs
32: Structural Cardiac Disease and Cardiomyopathies
33: Postoperative Management and Care of the Cardiac Surgical Patient
34: Disorders of Cardiac Rhythm
35: Development of Structure and Function of the Gastrointestinal Tract
36: Disorders of the Gastrointestinal Tract
37: Hepatobiliary Disorders
38: Renal Disease
39: Structural Abnormalities of the Genitourinary Tract
40: Endocrine Disorders
41: Homeostasis of Carbohydrate and Other Fuels
42: Red Blood Cells and Their Disorders
43: White Blood Cells and Their Disorders
44: Platelets and Disorders of Coagulation
45: Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia
46: Congenital Infections
47: Evaluation and Management of Infection in the Newborn
49: Brain Injury at Term
50: Brain Development and Injury in Preterm Infants
51: Neonatal Seizures
52: Neuromuscular Disorders
54: Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome
55: Inherited Metabolic Disorders
56: Genetics and Genomics
57: Congenital Anomalies and Genetic Disease
58: Eye Disorders
For more than 45 years, Avery & MacDonald’s Neonatology has been the premier text on the pathophysiology and management of both preterm and full-term neonates, trusted by neonatologists, neonatology fellows, pediatricians, neonatal nurse practitioners, and ob/gyn practitioners worldwide. Continuing the tradition of excellence established by Drs. Gordon B. Avery and Mhairi G. MacDonald, this fully revised eighth edition features three new lead editors, numerous new chapters, reorganized and updated content, and an increased focus on global neonatology.
• Continues to provide comprehensive, accessible coverage of how diseases occur and how their pathophysiology drives management.
• Covers the wide breadth of care of the newborn patient, including maternal factors, stabilization of the newborn, common newborn issues, pharmacology, and care after discharge.
• Contains a wealth of integrated, practical advice on treating neonates worldwide, including global viewpoints on providing care without the latest technology and under various international guidelines.
• Includes new chapters on recent advances in neonatology, including fetal surgery, global health, molecular genetics, immunology and inflammation, thermoregulation, palliative care, imaging, and genetic abnormalities.
• Reflects new research on the impact of maternal drug use on the newborn, nutrition, pulmonary disorders, discharge planning, and care of the preterm and small for gestational age infant.
• Features timely content on advances in ethical concepts about neonatal care at the limits of viability, family integrated care, early life determinants of life course disease, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, and much more.
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