This is the PDF eBook version for The Rise of Fetal and Neonatal Physiology – Basic Science to Clinical Care 2nd Edition by Lawrence D. Longo, Kent L.R. Thornburg
Table of Contents
Introduction.- A Scientific Genealogy: Early Development of Fetal-Neonatal Research.- Oxford and the Development of Physiology, with Notes on the Nuffield Institute for Medical Research.- Geoffrey S. Dawes: A Life in Science.- Fetal Asphyxia and The Primate Colony in Puerto Rico.- The Pulmonary Vasculature and Dawes’ Foetal and Neonatal Physiology.- Embryology and Early Developmental Physiology.- Some Aspects of the Physiology of the Placenta.- Some Aspects of Endocrinology of the Placenta.- Maternal Physiology of Pregnancy.- Maternal Complications of Pregnancy that Affect Fetal/Newborn Development.- Fetal Growth and its Restriction.- Fetal-Neonatal Growth and Metabolism.- Fetal Growth Restriction at High Altitude: Clinical Observations.- Fetal Growth Restriction at High Altitude: Basic Cellular and Subcellular Physiologic Considerations.- Epigenetics and the Fetal Origins of Adult Health and Disease.- Some Aspects of the Developing Brain and Nervous S
ystem.- Related Developments in Fetal and Neonatal Endocrinology.- Further Developments in Fetal and Neonatal Physiology.- Additional Clinical Aspects of Developmental Physiology and Clinical Care.- Governmental Support of Research in Fetal and Newborn Physiology.- Bioethical Issues in Research on the Fetus and Newborn Infant.- Textbooks, Monographs and other Volumes on Fetal and Newborn Physiology.- Fetal “Breathing” in the 1970s, and Fetal Heart Rate Analysis in the 1980s and Early 1990s.- Dawes’ Contributions to Symposia and a Summing Up.- Dawes as a Mentor: Reminisces of Former Graduate Students, Postdoctoral Fe Early Years of The Society for Reproductive Investigation (formerly Society for Gynecologic Investigation), the Fetal and Neonatal Physiological Society, and Several Other Groups.- The Reproductive Scientist Development Program and Related Programs.- Epilogue.- Bibliography of Geoffrey S. Dawes.