Pregnancy and Anti-Infective Agents is a concise clinical reference that facilitates health consultants and professionals for determining treatment options for some common prenatal and postpartum infections during pregnancy and the puerperium in patients.

Key Features

  • Presents 9 organized, easy to read chapters on anti-infective agents for pregnant patients
  • Covers pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of relevant anti-infective agents
  • Includes information on classification and safety of anti-infective agents
  • Includes treatment of urinary tract infections
  • Covers medications for sexually transmitted diseases, including a complete section dedicated to HIV medication
  • Provides information about vulvovaginal infections
  • Covers the treatment of toxoplasmosis in pregnancy
  • innovates with information about herbal remedies for infection for patients during pregnancy and breastfeeding

Pregnancy and Anti-Infective Agents is therefore, a valuable handbook that enables quick consultation on safe antibiotics for the treatment of a variety of infections in pregnancy.


About the Editor:

Dr. Ricardo Ney Cobucci is a Professor at Potiguar University, Brazil.

anti-infective agents, toxoplasmosis, vulvovaginal infections, antibiotics, sexually transmitted diseases, urinary tract infections, pregnancy, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics

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