Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Preterm Birth

Mother and Child

Edited by John Morrison

University of Mississippi Medical Center, United States of America

While there are many studies and books regarding preterm birth, both the obstetric and in the neonatal/pediatric literature, what is missing is the integration of data from obstetrics through neonatal course and into pediatrics as the neonate transverses childhood. A continued dialogue between specialties is essential in the battle against preterm birth in an attempt to relieve the effects or after-effects of preterm birth. For all of our medical advances to date, preterm birth is still all too common, and its ramifications are significant for hospitals, families and society in general.

Read more >Order hardcopy
IntechOpen
Preterm BirthMother and ChildEdited by John Morrison

Published: January 27th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/1284

ISBN: 978-953-307-828-1

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-953-51-4370-3

Copyright year: 2012

Books open for chapter submissions

60702 Total Chapter Downloads

16 Crossref Citations

37 Web of Science Citations

53 Dimensions Citations

chaptersDownloads

Open access peer-reviewed

1. Assisted Reproduction and Preterm Birth

By Offer Erez, Ruth Beer-Weisel, Tal Rafaeli-Yehudai, Idit Erez-Weiss and Moshe Mazor

2840

Open access peer-reviewed

2. Environmental Exposures, Genetic Susceptibility and Preterm Birth

By Regina Grazuleviciene, Jone Vencloviene, Asta Danileviciute, Audrius Dedele and Gediminas Balcius

1675

Open access peer-reviewed

3. Clinical Risk Factors for Preterm Birth

By Ifeoma Offiah, Keelin O’Donoghue and Louise Kenny

8348

Open access peer-reviewed

4. Psychobiological Stress and Preterm Birth

By Curt A. Sandman, Elysia P. Davis and Laura M. Glynn

2634

Open access peer-reviewed

5. Oxidative Stress and Antioxidants: Preterm Birth and Preterm Infants

By Robert A. Knuppel, Mohamed I. Hassan, James J. McDermott, J. Martin Tucker and John C. Morrison

5030

Open access peer-reviewed

6. Weakening and Rupture of Human Fetal Membranes – Biochemistry and Biomechanics

By N. Rangaswamy, D. Kumar, R.M. Moore, B.M. Mercer, J.M. Mansour, R. Redline and J.J. Moore

3084

Open access peer-reviewed

7. The Effect of Inflammation on Preterm Birth

By Grazzia Rey, Silvana Pereyra, Tatiana Velazquez, Daniel Grasso, Justo Alonso, Bernardo Bertoni and Rossana Sapiro

2791

Open access peer-reviewed

8. Uterine Contraction Monitoring, Maintenance Tocolysis, and Preterm Birth

By John C. Morrison, John P. Elliott and Stephen Jones

2694

Open access peer-reviewed

9. Progestins and Preterm Birth

By Helen Y. How and Baha M. Sibai

2446

Open access peer-reviewed

10. Management of Abnormal Vaginal Flora as a Risk Factor for Preterm Birth

By Gilbert G.G. Donders and Gert Bellen

4405

Open access peer-reviewed

11. Strategies in the Prevention of Preterm Births During and Before Pregnancy

By Wolf Kirschner and Klaus Friese

1876

Open access peer-reviewed

12. Preterm Birth of Extremely Low Birth Weight Infants

By Jonathan Muraskas, Lisa DeGregoris, Colleen Rusciolelli and Christine Sajous

9281

Open access peer-reviewed

13. The Protective Role of Erythropoietin in the Developing Brain

By Marco Sifringer, Angela M. Kaindl, Stefanie Endesfelder, Clarissa von Haefen, Ivo Bendix and Ursula Felderhoff-Mueser

2276

Open access peer-reviewed

14. Preterm Birth and Long-Term Pulmonary Function

By Indra Narang and Amal Al-Naimi

2942

Open access peer-reviewed

15. Cardiovascular Consequences of Preterm Birth in the First Year of Life

By Karinna Fyfe, Stephanie R. Yiallourou and Rosemary S.C. Horne

3034

Open access peer-reviewed

16. The Effect of Preterm Birth on Kidney Development and Kidney Function over Time

By M.G. Keijzer-Veen and A.J. van der Heijden

5365

Edited Volume and chapters are indexed in

  • Worldcat
  • OpenAIRE
  • Google Scholar
  • AZ ebsco
  • Base
  • CNKI
  • BKCI

Order a hardcopy of the Edited Volume

Free shipping with DHL Express

Hardcover (ex. VAT)£139

Order now

Residents of European Union countries need to add a Book Value-Added Tax Rate based on their country of residence. Institutions and companies, registered as VAT taxable entities in their own EU member state, will not pay VAT by providing IntechOpen with their VAT registration number. This is made possible by the EU reverse charge method.

Special discount for IntechOpen contributors

All IntechOpen contributors are offered special discounts starting at 40% OFF available through your personal dashboard

Login and purchase