Oxford Desk Reference: Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Oxford University Press
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About this title
Oxford Desk Reference Series
- Compiles all the relevant, evidence-based material on obstetrics and gynaecology, in an easily accessible, convenient format
- In line with the RCOG curriculum, with information on communication, technical and professional skills
- Features over 100 line drawings and photographs to aid identification and treatment
- Written by five of the leading figures in obstetrics and gynaecology including the president of the Royal College
This irreplaceable reference compiles the most up-to-date and relevant material on obstetrics and gynaecology into one volume. Strongly evidence-based, it includes the latest knowledge and guidelines from a wide range of sources and contains the key recommendations that a practising obstetrician or gynaecologist needs to know; presenting them in a uniform and accessible way, allowing for quick diagnosis and optimal care.
In line with the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology curriculum for specialty training, this book covers not just the clinical knowledge required but also information on the communication, technical and professional skills needed to practise in the specialty.
With each chapter written by internationally renowned specialists and edited by five of the leading figures in obstetrics and gynaecology, this book will be a vital resource for all practising clinicians.
Authors: Edited by Sabaratnam Arulkumaran, Lesley Regan, Aris Papageorghiou, Ash Monga, and David Farquharson