Case Study for Gestational Trophoblastic Disease

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A case study

Angelet Acot

Name of patient

Submitted to:

Mrs. Arlyn Celestial, RN
Name of faculty

As partial requirement for NCM501203

Submitted by:

AMENE, Nashon Neil
LAPENA, Katrin Lou
GALINADA, Kersy Wilcon
BAZAR, Normina
ROJAS, Policronio III
VELASCO, Dennard
NOVAL, Keecee Amor

Table of contents


1 Introduction3

2 Client’s Profile4

3 Physiology of labor5

4 Stages of Labor6

5 Ideal Nursing Interventions13

6 Actual Nursing Interventions16

7 Drug Study19

8 Discharge Planning21

9 Health teachings22

10 Bibliography23

I. Introduction

Childbirth is one of the most memorable and rewarding events of a couple's life. No matter how often a woman gives birth, each experience is an intimate and unique celebration of life. Though labor and delivery are not without pain and some degree of anxiety, if you remain confident, well-informed and fully supported by your partner and your doctor, you're likely to have no problem handling the awesome task of bringing a child into the world. Because the unexpected can happen at any time, you may not always be able to control every aspect of your labor and delivery, but don't let this bother you. You can maintain a sense of emotional control by asking questions, challenging assumptions about routine procedures, and openly sharing your hopes and fears with your partner and your physician. Whether you deliver vaginally or by cesarean section, receive anesthesia or experience “natural” childbirth, use a hospital delivery room or birthing center, the experience is yours alone, and every decision will be made in your best interest and that of your child.

Toward the end of your pregnancy, you eagerly await the arrival of your child as the culmination of nine months of careful planning and preparation. If this is your first child, you may feel a mixture of excitement and nervousness when you think about the delivery. And to be perfectly honest, you may also feel restless and irritable as the growing baby exerts greater demands on your body.

This jumble of emotions is completely normal and natural. As your due date draws near, you'll want to know exactly when labor will start and when your baby will be born. But although the process of labor is well understood, no one knows exactly why it starts, and your doctor won't be able to predict either the start of labor or how long it will last. Your due date is a best estimate, but only about 5 percent of women who carry their babies to term actually deliver on that day. The rest deliver from several days to several weeks before or after their due dates.

Now that you already come into the delivery of your baby, make it a momentous day with you and your baby. Each is an individual with a unique temperament and personality. Your newborn varies from others in a number of ways including appearance, activity level, intensity of responses, and sleeping and eating patterns. Your baby is a wonderful puzzle and it will take time for you to get to know all of the pieces. As you learn more about your baby, you will gain a better understanding of his/her temperament, which will help you relate to your baby in a more satisfying way. Enjoy this special time as you become a family!

II. Client’s Profile

Name of Client: Angelet Acot

Address: Purok 7A Kalindanawan, Initao, Misamis Oriental

Birthday: January 15, 1990

Sex: Female

Age: 20 years old

Religion: Roman Catholic

Civil Status: single

Income: 3500 per month

Nationality: Filipino

Vital signs:

Temperature: 36.9 degree Celsius

Pulse rate: 82bpm

Respiratory rate: 23bpm

Blood Pressure: 130/70 mm/hg...
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