Analgesia, Anaesthesia and Pregnancy. 4th Ed. Róisín Monteiro

Chapter 1. Assisted conception

Chapter 2. Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome

Chapter 3. Anaesthesia before confirmation of pregnancy

Chapter 4. Ectopic pregnancy

Chapter 5. Evacuation of retained products of conception

Chapter 6. Termination of pregnancy

Chapter 7. Cervical suture (cerclage)

Chapter 8. Incidental surgery in the pregnant patient

Chapter 9. Intrauterine surgery

Chapter 10. Anatomy of the spine and peripheral nerves

Chapter 11. Physiology of pregnancy

Chapter 12. Antenatal care

Chapter 13. Aortocaval compression

Chapter 14. Gastric function and feeding in labour

Chapter 15. Drugs and pregnancy

Chapter 16. Placental transfer of drugs

Chapter 17. Prescription and administration of drugs by midwives

Chapter 18. Local anaesthetics

Chapter 19. Normal labour

Chapter 20. Intrapartum fetal monitoring

Chapter 21. Pain of labour

Chapter 22. Non-pharmacological analgesia

Chapter 23. Inhalational analgesic drugs

Chapter 24. Systemic analgesic drugs

Chapter 25. Intravenous patient-controlled analgesia for labour

Chapter 26. Epidural analgesia for labour

Chapter 27. Epidural test doses

Chapter 28. Spinal analgesia

Chapter 29. Combined spinal-epidural analgesia and anaesthesia

Chapter 30. Spinal and epidural opioids

Chapter 31. Preoperative assessment

Chapter 32. Operative vaginal delivery (Instrumental delivery)

Chapter 33. Caesarean section

Chapter 34. Spinal anaesthesia for caesarean section

Chapter 35. Epidural anaesthesia for caesarean section

Chapter 36. General anaesthesia for caesarean section

Chapter 37. Cricoid pressure

Chapter 38. Failed and difficult intubation

Chapter 39. Awake intubation

Chapter 40. Removal of retained placenta and perineal suturing

Chapter 41. Postoperative analgesia

Chapter 42. Enhanced recovery

Chapter 43. Bloody tap

Chapter 44. Dural puncture

Chapter 45. Postdural puncture headache

Chapter 46. Epidural blood patch

Chapter 47. Extensive regional block

Chapter 48. Inadequate regional analgesia in labour

Chapter 49. Breakthrough pain during caesarean section

Chapter 50. Backache

Chapter 51. Chronic pain after caesarean section

Chapter 52. Horner's syndrome and cranial nerve palsy

Chapter 53. Peripheral nerve lesions following regional anaesthesia

Chapter 54. Spinal cord lesions following regional anaesthesia

Chapter 55. Arachnoiditis

Chapter 56. Cauda equina syndrome

Chapter 57. Opioid-induced pruritus

Chapter 58. Shivering

Chapter 59. Aspiration of gastric contents

Chapter 60. Awareness

Chapter 61. Air embolism

Chapter 62. Malignant hyperthermia

Chapter 63. Induction and augmentation of labour

Chapter 64. Oxytocic and tocolytic drugs

Chapter 65. Premature labour, delivery and rupture of membranes

Chapter 66. Malpresentations and malpositions

Chapter 67. External cephalic version

Chapter 68. Multiple pregnancy

Chapter 69. Vaginal birth after caesarean section

Chapter 70. Under-age pregnancy and advanced maternal age

Chapter 71. Abnormal placentation

Chapter 72. Placental abruption

Chapter 73. Cord prolapse

Chapter 74. Fetal distress

Chapter 75. Shoulder dystocia

Chapter 76. Intrauterine death

Chapter 77. Uterine inversion

Chapter 78. Major obstetric haemorrhage

Chapter 79. Postpartum haemorrhage

Chapter 80. Collapse on the labour ward

Chapter 81. Maternal cardiopulmonary resuscitation

Chapter 82. Amniotic fluid embolism

Chapter 83. Cholestasis of pregnancy (obstetric cholestasis)

Chapter 84. Acute fatty liver of pregnancy

Chapter 85. HELLP syndrome

Chapter 86. Hypertension, pre-eclampsia and eclampsia

Chapter 87. Magnesium sulfate

Chapter 88. Hyperemesis gravidarum

Chapter 89. Maternal mortality

Chapter 90. Allergic reactions

Chapter 91. Cardiovascular disease

Chapter 92. Arrhythmias

Chapter 93. Pulmonary oedema

Chapter 94. Cardiomyopathy

Chapter 95. Coarctation of the aorta

Chapter 96. Aortic dissection

Chapter 97. Valvular heart disease

Chapter 98. Congenital heart disease

Chapter 99. Pulmonary hypertension and Eisenmenger's syndrome

Chapter 100. Ischaemic heart disease

Chapter 101. Endocrine disease

Chapter 102. Diabetes mellitus

Chapter 103. Anaemia and polycythaemia

Chapter 104. Deep-vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism

Chapter 105. Thrombophilia

Chapter 106. Coagulopathy

Chapter 107. Von Willebrand's disease and haemophilia

Chapter 108. Disseminated intravascular coagulation

Chapter 109. Thrombocytopenia

Chapter 110. Lymphoma and leukaemia

Chapter 111. Haemoglobinopathies

Chapter 112. Connective tissue disorders

Chapter 113. Rheumatoid arthritis

Chapter 114. Cervical spine disorders

Chapter 115. Kyphoscoliosis

Chapter 116. Low back pain in pregnancy

Chapter 117. The parturient with chronic pain

Chapter 118. Neurological disease

Chapter 119. Meningitis

Chapter 120. Acute post-infective peripheral neuropathy

Chapter 121. Past history of neurological trauma

Chapter 122. Idiopathic intracranial hypertension

Chapter 123. Intracranial tumour

Chapter 124. Neurofibromatosis

Chapter 125. Stroke

Chapter 126. Epilepsy

Chapter 127. Convulsions

Chapter 128. Migraine

Chapter 129. Multiple sclerosis

Chapter 130. Myasthenia gravis

Chapter 131. Spina bifida

Chapter 132. Respiratory disease

Chapter 133. Asthma

Chapter 134. Cystic fibrosis

Chapter 135. Pulmonary fibrosis

Chapter 136. Sarcoidosis

Chapter 137. Acute lung injury and acute respiratory distress syndrome

Chapter 138. Pneumonia

Chapter 139. Sepsis

Chapter 140. Hepatitis

Chapter 141. Herpes simplex infection

Chapter 142. HIV infection

Chapter 143. Malaria in pregnancy

Chapter 144. Pyrexia during labour

Chapter 145. Migrants and other disadvantaged women

Chapter 146. Psychiatric disease

Chapter 147. Substance abuse

Chapter 148. Obesity

Chapter 149. Kidney disease

Chapter 150. Steroid therapy

Chapter 151. Trauma in pregnancy

Chapter 152. Jehovah's witnesses

Chapter 153. Malignant disease

Chapter 154. Transplantation

Chapter 155. Critical care in pregnancy

Chapter 156. Modified early obstetric warning scores

Chapter 157. Invasive monitoring

Chapter 158. Neonatal assessment

Chapter 159. Neonatal physiology and pharmacology

Chapter 160. Neonatal resuscitation

Chapter 161. Perinatal mortality

Chapter 162. Drugs and breastfeeding

Chapter 163. Follow-up

Chapter 164. Maternal satisfaction

Chapter 165. Antenatal education

Chapter 166. Audit

Chapter 167. Labour ward organisation

Chapter 168. Midwifery training

Chapter 169. Consent

Chapter 170. Medicolegal issues

Chapter 171. Record keeping

Chapter 172. Minimum standards, guidelines and protocols

Chapter 173. Risk management

Chapter 174. Post-crisis management

Chapter 175. Research on the labour ward

Chapter 176. Obstetric anaesthesia organisations

Chapter 177. Vital statistics

Chapter 178. Historical developments in obstetric analgesia and anaesthesia