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Pharmacology for Midwives
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PART I: INTRODUCTION TO PHARMACOLOGY.- Principles of Pharmacology; S.Jordan.- Administration of Medicines; S.Jordan.- Law, Medicine and the Midwife; R.Griffith.- PART II: DRUGS IN LABOUR.- Pain Relief; S.Jordan.- Anti-emetics; S.Jordan.- Drugs Increasing Uterine Contractility: Uterotonics (Oxytocics); S.Jordan.- Drugs Decreasing Uterine Contractility (Tocolytics); S.Jordan.- PART III: DISORDERED PHYSIOLOGY IN CHILDBIRTH.- Drugs Affecting the Coagulation Process; S.Jordan.- Cardiovascular disorders in pregnancy; S.Jordan.- PART IV: DRUGS IN PREGNANCY.- Nutritional Supplements in Pregnancy: Iron and Folic Acid; S.Jordan.- Management of Gastric Acidity in Pregnancy; S.Jordan.- Laxatives in Pregnancy and the Puerperium; S.Jordan & B.Hegarty.- Antimicrobial Agents; M.Tait & S.Jordan.- Drugs and the Immune System; S.Jordan.- PART V: PREGNANCY IN WOMEN WITH PRE-EXISTING DISEASE.- Asthma in Pregnancy; S.Jordan.- Diabetes Mellitus and Pregnancy; S.Jordan.- Thyroid Disorders in Pregnancy; S.Jordan.- Epilepsy in Pregnancy; J.Sassarini, N.Clerk & S. Jordan.- Drugs and Mental Health; S.Jordan & B.Hardy.- Recreational Drugs; S.JordanAppendix I: Quick Reference for Major Drugs.- Appendix II: Glossary.

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"I consider this an essential text for our pharmacology module in year 1. Affordable, accessible and facilitates the students' achievement of NMC Essential Skills cluster 5 (medicines management)" - Anne Lincoln, Lecturer, Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery, King's College London, UK "This is a very comprehensive text ideally suited to it's intended audience. The layout is clear and content well organized giving valuable information in a very readable format. A must for all students and practising midwives." - Kate Taylor, Senior Lecturer, School of Nursing, Midwifery and Pre-Hospital Emergency Care, University of Worcester, UK "...well presented text that will see the students through not only the first year module but their 3 years and post qualification." - Ellen Kitson-Reynolds, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Southampton, UK Praise for the first edition: 'An excellent book, It is well written and readable. Contains excellent information and is well researched and referenced. The practice points/implications for practice and case studies are relevant and enhance the book. I will be strongly recommending it to the units as well as to students and qualified staff, Drs could also benefit from reading this. Well Done. - Mrs V R Morse, School of Care Sciences, University of Glamorgan 'A much needed& long overdue text which focuses on pharmacology in the midwifery setting. Well laid out& easy to read. A must for every student& practising midwifery.' - Mrs Glenys McGuire, Department of Midwifery, University of Huddersfield 'This is an excellent and very useful textbook. I was delighted to read through it - valuable contents.' - Mrs Linda Javncey, Department of Nursing& Midwifery, University of Stirling 'Extensive evidence based resource that students can use from the beginning of their career right into practice' - Mrs Maggie Prain, School of Women's Health Studies, UCE Birmingham

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SUE JORDAN is Reader in Nursing and Midwifery at the School of Health and Human Science at Swansea University, UK.

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"I consider this an essential text for our pharmacology module in year 1. Affordable, accessible and facilitates the students' achievement of NMC Essential Skills cluster 5 (medicines management)" - Anne Lincoln, Lecturer, Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery, King's College London, UK "This is a very comprehensive text ideally suited to its intended audience. The layout is clear and content well organized giving valuable information in a very readable format. A must for all students and practising midwives." - Kate Taylor, Senior Lecturer, School of Nursing, Midwifery and Pre-Hospital Emergency Care, University of Worcester, UK "...well presented text that will see the students through not only the first year module but their 3 years and post qualification." - Ellen Kitson-Reynolds, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Southampton, UK Praise for the first edition: 'An excellent book, It is well written and readable. Contains excellent information and is well researched and referenced. The practice points/implications for practice and case studies are relevant and enhance the book. I will be strongly recommending it to the units as well as to students and qualified staff, Drs could also benefit from reading this. Well Done. - Mrs V R Morse, School of Care Sciences, University of Glamorgan 'A much needed& long overdue text which focuses on pharmacology in the midwifery setting. Well laid out& easy to read. A must for every student& practising midwifery.' - Mrs Glenys McGuire, Department of Midwifery, University of Huddersfield 'This is an excellent and very useful textbook. I was delighted to read through it - valuable contents.' - Mrs Linda Javncey, Department of Nursing& Midwifery, University of Stirling 'Extensive evidence based resource that students can use from the beginning of their career right into practice' - Mrs Maggie Prain, School of Women's Health Studies, UCE Birmingham

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