Preface to First edition
Preface to Second Edition
List of contributors
Chapter 1 Haematological Assessment to a patient with IHBD
Chapter 2 Bleeding Assessment Tools
Chapter 3 Physiology of menstruation
Chapter 4 Gynaecology
Chapter 5 Carriers of Hemophilia A and Haemophilia B
Chapter 6 Von Willebrand disease
Chapter 7 FXI deficiency
Chapter 8 Rare Bleeding Disorders
Chapter 9 Platelet function defects
Chapter 10 Genetic and Laboratory diagnosis
Chapter 11 Antenatal diagnosis
Chapter 12 Analgesia and anesthesia for pregnant women with inherited bleeding disorders
Chapter 13 The newborn
Chapter 14 Women with inherited bleeding disorders in different cultural settings
The essential guide for understanding and treating women with inherited bleeding disorders, revised and updated
Now in its second edition, Inherited Bleeding Disorders in Women includes the most recent developments and research in the field. This important guide offers the most current information available for the effective management of these complex and difficult to diagnose disorders. Treating women with inherited bleeding disorders can be challenging and requires close collaboration among practitioners in different specialties.
This important guide is written by a team of international experts who offer advice and practical suggestions for treating women with inherited bleeding disorders. Inherited Bleeding Disorders in Women comprehensively covers obstetric and gynaecological issues for carriers of hemophilia, women with von Willebrand disease, rare bleeding disorders and inherited platelet disorders.
This important resource:
• Offers an updated guide for haematologists, obstetricans and gynaecologists and other clinicians treating women with inherited bleeding disorders
• Includes information for treating both common and rare bleeding disorders
• Contains the most recent developments and advances in the field for the treatment and management of inherited bleeding disorders in women
• Presents information from noted experts in the field
• Offers a multidisciplinary approach to the topic
Written for hematologists, obstetricians and gynaecologists and other clinicians working with women, Inherited Bleeding Disorders in Women has been fully revised and updated and continues to serve as a trusted guide for the management and treatment of women with inherited bleeding disorders.
• Dr Rezan A. Kadir, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist and Honorary Clinical Reader, The Royal Free Foundation Hospital and Institute for Women’s Health, University College London, London, UK.
• Professor Paula D. James, Professor in the Department of Medicine, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
• Professor Christine A. Lee, Emeritus Professor of Haemophilia, University College, London, UK.