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    give details on problems identified and care interventions to resolve them, it will also try to find the cause of the problems and analyze the relationships of a problem to the other. The client is an 18-year old female who has undergone Normal Spontaneous Vaginal Delivery. She is a source of data...
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  • Maternal and Child
    for infection due to decreased in hemoglobin - blood is replaced, temperature on normal level Nursing Care Plan for Abruptio Placenta       keep woman in lateral (not supine) position oxygenation (to limit fetal anoxia) FHT monitoring, vital signs monitoring baseline fibrinogen (if...
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  • Nsvd Care Study
    NORMAL SPONTANEOUS VAGINAL DELIVERY NSVD Nursingcasestudy.blogspot.com INTRODUCTION Pregnancy, the state of carrying a developing embryo or fetus within the female body. This condition can be indicated by positive results on an over-the-counter urine test, and confirmed through a...
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  • Clerkship Practical Tools
    - section/low vertical C-section maternal fetal medicine Montevideo units non-stress test normal spontaneous vaginal delivery nuchal translucency neural tube defect oral contraceptive pills occiput transverse polycystic ovarian disease post-coital testing pelvic inflammatory disease pregnancy induced...
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  • Post Partum Haemorrhage (Pph)
    Post Partum Haemorrhage (PPH) Introduction: Post partum haemorrhage (PPH) is an obstetrical emergency that can follow vaginal or cesarean delivery. It is a major cause of maternal morbidity and one of the top three causes of maternal mortality in both high and low per capital income countries...
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  • Essays
    PERFORMEDACTUAL DELIVERY | D.R. Nurse On Duty(Name and Signature)(If Midwife on Duty, Signature Not Required | SUPERVISED BYClinical InstructorName and Signature | October 17, 201112:29 p.m. | L.C.289838 | Normal Spontaneous Vaginal DeliveryHandled | Vilma G. Perana R.N. | Sheilla A. Ang, R.N., M.N...
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  • Template
    Provincial Medical Center Normal Spontaneous Vaginal Delivery Lucita L. Estrada, RN, MAN LICEO DE CAGAYAN UNIVERSITY College of Nursing Rodolfo N. Pelaez Boulevard Kauswagan, Cagayan de Oro City School Code: 0835 Name of Student: Name and Address of School: Liceo de Cagayan...
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  • Childbearing
    affect the stay of mothers in the hospital who have undergone normal spontaneous delivery, such factors are: a. infection b. Failure of changes brought about by pregnancy to go back to its pre pregnant state. c. hemorrhage d. infection 2...
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  • Breast Cancer
    HISTORY * 14 ( 7 / 28-30 ) * Last menstrual period on August 2011 * Took OCP ( oral contraceptive pil ) following menopause PAST OBSTETRIC HISTORY * 5 SVD ( spontaneous vaginal delivery ) * First pregnancy at 24 years old FAMILY HISTORY * No family history with breast cancer...
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  • outline
    ) - normal for pregnancy, 0 burr cells on slide, clotting studies normal for pregnancy. The healthcare provider diagnoses Jennie with preeclampsia rather than HELLP syndrome, a variant of severe preeclampsia. Plan of Care: Magnesium Sulfate Administration Prior to initiating the healthcare...
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  • Nursing
    of hydrocortisone was given IM at 5 cm dilation. An AROM was performed at 1815hrs resulting in clear amniotic fluid and negative meconium stain. The fetus was in vertex presentation and LOA position. A right mediolateral 2° episiotomy was performed before a normal spontaneous vaginal delivery without...
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  • hesi practice
    . Which nursing plan is best in assisting this mother to bond with her newborn infant? A) Encourage the mother to provide total care for her infant.  B) Provide privacy so the mother can develop a relationship with the infant.  C) Encourage the father to provide most of the infant's care during...
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  • Pre Eclampsia
    aminotransferase (AST) - slightly elevated, alanine aminotransferase (ALT) - normal for pregnancy, 0 burr cells on slide, clotting studies normal for pregnancy. The healthcare provider diagnoses Jennie with preeclampsia rather than HELLP syndrome, a variant of severe preeclampsia. Plan of Care...
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  • Nursing Care Plan
    factors are present, and individualized nursing care plan should be instituted for the client. (FVD) (Green & Wilkinson p. 437) 2. Rubra: dark red to bright red in color, lasts for 2nd -3rd days. Serosa: pinkish to brownish thin in color, lasts from 3rd to 10th day. Alba: creamy white...
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  • School
    spontaneous abortions. She is also at high risk due to her medical history; she is diagnosis as bipolar manic depression, urine test revealed drug use since her last menstrual period, and also diagnosis as an anemic and has had a blood transfusion in the past. Plan of care My tentative plans of care for...
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  • Yot
    (See Anemia Module B 5.4) Since anemia is common in pregnancy, the normal blood loss associated with delivery may result in a very low H&H. Excessive blood loss may necessitate blood transfusion. If the mother is asymptomatic, iron supplements may be the only treatment. Nursing care includes...
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  • Maagang Pagbubuntis Ng Mga Kabataan
    Nursing measure include care related to the patients treatment plan, be it surgery, chemotherapy, radiation or palliation. Emotional support, comfort measures and information plus attentiveness and caring are meaningful aids to the patient and their family.   UTERINE CANCER The inner...
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  • Handout Maternal Nursing
    Rh positive neonate f. Nursing care i. Assess the client for possible Rh incompatibility ii. Administer RhoGAM to Rh negative woman at 28 weeks as ordered iii. Prepared the woman for planned delivery iv. May also give RhoGAM within 72 hrs after delivery, spontaneous abortion to prevent...
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  • Prenatal Health History
    gestation: 17 weeks Pregravida weight: 125 lbs Present weight: 140 lbs Estimated date of delivery (EDD) July 13, 2009 II Reasons for Seeking Health Care/Chief Concern (CC): “Because I’m pregnant” Symptoms of pregnancy – nausea & vomiting. Confirmed HCG...
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  • Gestational Diabetes
    Gestational Diabetes The clinic RN reviews Amanda's prenatal record prior to performing a nursing assessment. Amanda has given birth twice, once at 35-weeks (twins) and once at 39-weeks (singleton). All of these children are alive and well. She has had one spontaneous abortion at 9-weeks...
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