Heart disease in pregnancy, 2d ed.9781405134880
Heart disease in pregnancy, 2d ed.
Ed. by Celia Oakley and Carole A. Warnes.
Pregnant women with heart problems are disinclined dis·in·clined
Unwilling or reluctant: They were usually disinclined to socialize.
unwilling or reluctant
to travel long distances to see specialists, so it is important that local primary-care physicians and nurses have the necessary information to deal with the condition. Cardiologists and other specialists provide practical guidance to clinicians caring for patients in pregnancy and the puerperium puerperium /pu·er·pe·ri·um/ (pu?er-per´e-um) the period or state of confinement after childbirth.
n. pl. pu·er·pe·ri·a
1. who have heart disease or may be at risk of cardiac problems. After reviewing physiological changes in pregnancy and examination and diagnosis, they consider various heart problems in turn. They also discuss genetic counseling Genetic Counseling Definition
Genetic counseling aims to facilitate the exchange of information regarding a person's genetic legacy. It attempts to:
Purpose and contraception contraception: see birth control.
Birth control by prevention of conception or impregnation. The most common method is sterilization. The most effective temporary methods are nearly 99% effective if used consistently and correctly. for cardiac patients. The first edition was published in 1996 by BMJ BMJ n abbr (= British Medical Journal) → vom BMA herausgegebene Zeitschrift Publishing.
([c]20072005 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR)