The Resource Childbirth, Christina Fisanick, book editor

Childbirth, Christina Fisanick, book editor

Label
Childbirth
Title
Childbirth
Statement of responsibility
Christina Fisanick, book editor
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
618.2
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
RG651
LC item number
.C55 2009
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
NLM call number
WQ 300 C536 2009
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Fisanick, Christina
Series statement
Opposing viewpoints series
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Childbirth
Label
Childbirth, Christina Fisanick, book editor
Link
http://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/toc/fy0904/2008032947.html
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 220-223) and index
Contents
  • Beth Howard
  • Cesarean deliveries are safe and frequently necessary
  • Tiffanie Darke
  • Vaginal birth after cesarean birth (VBAC) is not safe for all women
  • Melissa M. Kaczmarczyk,
  • Par Sparen,
  • Paul Terry,
  • Sven Cnattingius
  • Ch.1 How can safety and comfort during childbirth be assured? :
  • Epidurals are safe for the management of pain during childbirth
  • Kathryn J. Alexander
  • Epidurals during labor are not safe for the mother and baby
  • Sarah J. Buckley
  • Episiotomies are sometimes prudent
  • Gerard M. DiLeo
  • Episiotomies are not necessary
  • Catherine Bennett
  • Hospital births can be safe
  • William Camann,
  • Kathryn Alexander
  • Hospital births involve unnecessary and unsafe procedures
  • Yvonne Cryns
  • Ch.2 What are the best conditions for childbirth? :
  • Women should be given choices about where to give birth
  • Cynthia Overgard
  • Focusing on choices about where to give birth detracts from the purpose of childbirth
  • Margaret McCartney
  • Home births are safe
  • Janelle Weiner
  • Home births are not safe for some women
  • Judith Lothian
  • Birth plans do not improve the childbirth experience
  • Ingela Lundgren,
  • Marie Berg,
  • Ginilla Lindmark
  • Women have the right to elective cesareans
  • Mary E. Hannah
  • Elective cesareans should not be performed routinely
  • Kathi Carlisle Fountain,
  • Kristen Suthers
  • Ch.3 How can rights and preferences be honored during childbirth? :
  • Childbearing women have rights
  • Childbirth Connection
  • Fetal monitoring during labor can prevent cerebral palsy and therefore should be used
  • Howard A. Janet
  • Fetal monitoring during labor cannot prevent cerebral palsy and therefore should not be used
  • Michael F. Greene
  • Birth plans can improve the childbirth experience
  • Fatherhood Institute
  • Fathers should not be present during childbirth
  • Sandra Dick
  • Grandmothers can be helpful during childbirth
  • Carolynn Bauer Zorn
  • Grandmothers are not helpful during childbirth
  • Rebecca Eckler
  • Ch.4 Who should assist and be present during childbirth? :
  • Doulas can be helpful during childbirth
  • Kristen Davenport
  • Doulas can be too controlling during childbirth
  • Lucy Freeman
  • Midwives are a good choice for some women
  • Jon Marshall
  • Fathers should be present during childbirth
Control code
ocn236143249
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
233 p.
Isbn
9780737741971
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2008032947
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 1075232
  • (OCoLC)236143249
Label
Childbirth, Christina Fisanick, book editor
Link
http://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/toc/fy0904/2008032947.html
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 220-223) and index
Contents
  • Beth Howard
  • Cesarean deliveries are safe and frequently necessary
  • Tiffanie Darke
  • Vaginal birth after cesarean birth (VBAC) is not safe for all women
  • Melissa M. Kaczmarczyk,
  • Par Sparen,
  • Paul Terry,
  • Sven Cnattingius
  • Ch.1 How can safety and comfort during childbirth be assured? :
  • Epidurals are safe for the management of pain during childbirth
  • Kathryn J. Alexander
  • Epidurals during labor are not safe for the mother and baby
  • Sarah J. Buckley
  • Episiotomies are sometimes prudent
  • Gerard M. DiLeo
  • Episiotomies are not necessary
  • Catherine Bennett
  • Hospital births can be safe
  • William Camann,
  • Kathryn Alexander
  • Hospital births involve unnecessary and unsafe procedures
  • Yvonne Cryns
  • Ch.2 What are the best conditions for childbirth? :
  • Women should be given choices about where to give birth
  • Cynthia Overgard
  • Focusing on choices about where to give birth detracts from the purpose of childbirth
  • Margaret McCartney
  • Home births are safe
  • Janelle Weiner
  • Home births are not safe for some women
  • Judith Lothian
  • Birth plans do not improve the childbirth experience
  • Ingela Lundgren,
  • Marie Berg,
  • Ginilla Lindmark
  • Women have the right to elective cesareans
  • Mary E. Hannah
  • Elective cesareans should not be performed routinely
  • Kathi Carlisle Fountain,
  • Kristen Suthers
  • Ch.3 How can rights and preferences be honored during childbirth? :
  • Childbearing women have rights
  • Childbirth Connection
  • Fetal monitoring during labor can prevent cerebral palsy and therefore should be used
  • Howard A. Janet
  • Fetal monitoring during labor cannot prevent cerebral palsy and therefore should not be used
  • Michael F. Greene
  • Birth plans can improve the childbirth experience
  • Fatherhood Institute
  • Fathers should not be present during childbirth
  • Sandra Dick
  • Grandmothers can be helpful during childbirth
  • Carolynn Bauer Zorn
  • Grandmothers are not helpful during childbirth
  • Rebecca Eckler
  • Ch.4 Who should assist and be present during childbirth? :
  • Doulas can be helpful during childbirth
  • Kristen Davenport
  • Doulas can be too controlling during childbirth
  • Lucy Freeman
  • Midwives are a good choice for some women
  • Jon Marshall
  • Fathers should be present during childbirth
Control code
ocn236143249
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
233 p.
Isbn
9780737741971
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2008032947
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 1075232
  • (OCoLC)236143249

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