Chesley’s Hypertensive Disorders in Pregnancy (4th Edition)

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Robert N. Taylor, James M. Roberts, F. Garry Cunningham, Marshall D. Lindheimer


Academic Press; 4th edition




384 pages









Book Description

Chesley’s Hypertensive Disorders in Pregnancy, Fourth Edition (PDF) continues its heritage as one of the beacons to steer the area of preeclampsia research. Chesley’s Hypertensive Disorders in Pregnancy, Fourth Edition is acclaimed for its usability and distinctiveness. Hypertensive diseases continue to be one of the primary reasons for morbidity and mortality in newborns and their mothers. In addition to this, it is one of the primary causes of premature birth, which is increasingly recognized as a risk factor in cardiovascular disease. Despite this, hypertensive illnesses continue to receive only a limited amount of research, and their therapy is frequently very contentious. The fourth edition of Chesley’s Hypertensive Disorders in Pregnancy is an essential reference textbook for clinical and basic investigators alike. The emphasis of this edition is on the prevention, prediction, and therapy of hypertensive disorders in pregnancy for clinicians. It covers the complete spectrum of high blood pressure, not just preeclampsia, which distinguishes it from other textbooks solely devoted to the subject of preeclampsia.


  • In this article, the emerging roles of metabolic syndrome and obesity, as well as the rising prevalence of preeclampsia, are discussed.


  • Contains brand new chapters that concentrate on contemporary findings in fields such as fetal programming, genomics/proteomics, and angiogenesis.


  • Each chapter is co-authored by one of the editors, and each component of the etextbook is edited by at least one editor to ensure coherence throughout the entire publication.


  • Included are major revisions to the chapters on pathophysiology, etiological factors, epidemiology, prediction, prevention, and management.

Table of contents

Front-matter, Pages i-iii
Copyright, Page iv
List of Contributors, Pages vii-viii, Edgardo J. Abalos, James M. Alexander, Phyllis August, Marilyn J. Cipolla, Agustin Conde-Agudelo, Kirk P. Conrad, F. Gary Cunningham, Sandra T. Davidge, Ralf Dechend, Christianne J.M. De Groot, Susan J. Fisher, Eric M. George, Joey P. Granger, Judith U. Hibbard, Carl A. Hubel, Arun Jeyabalan, S. Ananth Karumanchi, Louise C. Kenny, Babbette Lamarca, Marshall D. Lindheimer, Keith R. McCrae, et al.
Preface, Pages ix-x
Chapter 1 – Introduction, History, Controversies, and Definitions, Pages 1-24, Marshall D. Lindheimer, Robert N. Taylor, James M. Roberts, F. Gary Cunningham, Leon Chesley
Chapter 2 – The Clinical Spectrum of Preeclampsia, Pages 25-36, F. Gary Cunningham, James M. Roberts, Robert N. Taylor
Chapter 3 – Epidemiology of Pregnancy-Related Hypertension, Pages 37-55, Janet W. Rich-Edwards, Roberta B. Ness, James M. Roberts
Chapter 4 – Genetic Factors in the Etiology of Preeclampsia/Eclampsia, Pages 57-80, Kenneth Ward, Robert N. Taylor
Chapter 5 – The Placenta in Normal Pregnancy and Preeclampsia, Pages 81-112, Susan J. Fisher, Michael McMaster, James M. Roberts
Chapter 6 – Angiogenesis and Preeclampsia, Pages 113-132, S. Ananth Karumanchi, Sarosh Rana, Robert N. Taylor
Chapter 7 – Metabolic Syndrome and Preeclampsia, Pages 133-160, Arun Jeyabalan, Carl A. Hubel, James M. Roberts
Chapter 8 – Immunology of Normal Pregnancy and Preeclampsia, Pages 161-179, Christopher W.G. Redman, Ian L. Sargent, Robert N. Taylor
Chapter 9 – Endothelial Cell Dysfunction, Pages 181-207, Sandra T. Davidge, Christianne J.M. de Groot, Robert N. Taylor
Chapter 10 – Animal Models for Investigating Pathophysiological Mechanisms of Preeclampsia, Pages 209-220, Joey P. Granger, Eric M. George, James M. Roberts
Chapter 11 – Tests to Predict Preeclampsia, Pages 221-251, Agustin Conde-Agudelo, Roberto Romero, James M. Roberts
Chapter 12 – Prevention of Preeclampsia and Eclampsia, Pages 253-267, Anne Cathrine Staff, Baha M. Sibai, F.Gary Cunningham
Chapter 13 – Cerebrovascular Pathophysiology in Preeclampsia and Eclampsia, Pages 269-290, Marilyn J. Cipolla, Gerda G. Zeeman, F.Gary Cunningham
Chapter 14 – Cardiovascular Alterations in Normal and Preeclamptic Pregnancy, Pages 291-313, Judith U. Hibbard, Sanjeev G. Shroff, F.Gary Cunningham
Chapter 15 – The Renin-Angiotensin System, its Autoantibodies, and Body Fluid Volume in Preeclampsia, Pages 315-334, Ralf Dechend, Babbette Lamarca, Robert N. Taylor
Chapter 16 – The Kidney in Normal Pregnancy and Preeclampsia, Pages 335-377, Kirk P. Conrad, Isaac E. Stillman, Marshall D. Lindheimer
Chapter 17 – Platelets, Coagulation, and the Liver, Pages 379-396, Louise C. Kenny, Keith R. Mccrae, F.Gary Cunningham
Chapter 18 – Chronic Hypertension and Pregnancy, Pages 397-417, Phyllis August, Arun Jeyabalan, James M. Roberts
Chapter 19 – Antihypertensive Treatment, Pages 419-438, Jason G. Umans, Edgardo J. Abalos, F.Gary Cunningham
Chapter 20 – Clinical Management, Pages 439-464, James M. Alexander, F.Gary Cunningham
Index, Pages 465-473
Color Plates, Pages 474-489


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