• LEVEL OF AWARENESS ON THE BENEFITS AND EXTENT OF COMPLIANCE ON POSTOP HEALTH TEACHINGS IN A GOVERNMENT TERTIARY HOSPITAL
    in rotation through the pelvis; in part because the mother has less urge to push. In a setting where nursing labor support is low and care provider rate of cesarean birth is high, women should be aware that their chances of a cesarean birth are increased (Lowdermilk and Perry, 2004). According to...
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  • Research
     Ateneo de Naga University Naga City “Common Post-operative Complications in the Surgical Ward of Bicol Medical Center; Its Implication to the Delivery of Safe and Quality Nursing Care...
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  • Informing and Evaluating Professional Practice
    closure of the peritoneum during caesarean section influence post operative morbidity and subsequent bladder adhesion formation. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 17 (3) 239-41. NAGELE, F. (1996). Closure or nonclosure of the visceral peritoneum at cesarean delivery. American Journal of...
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  • Clerkship Practical Tools
    The Ob-Gyn Clerkship: Your Guide to Success Tools for the Clerkship, contained in this document: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Sample obstetrics admission note Sample delivery note Sample operative note Sample postpartum note a. Vaginal delivery b. Cesarean section orders/note Sample gynecologic...
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  • C-Section Versus Vaginal Birth
    intestines and forms a strong immune system as they develop childhood into adulthood. In addition it is important to talk about the recovery after cesarean section, the recovery happens in stages, first they take the mothers into a post operative recovery room. They will remain in bed until the...
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    3 March 02, 2009 395744 Johanna Ruth Bullecer Delivery Term Operative Baby Boy, APGAR 9, 2.95 kilograms, Vertex, Left Occiput, Transverse, Gravida 2 Parity 2, Previous Cesarean Section Once, Non-Toxic Goiter, Euthyroid State Low Segment Transverse Cesarean Section with Bilateral Tubal Ligation...
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  • The Medical Student Survival Guide to Ob/Gyn
    SOAP note, desribing your findings from above. For the assessment and plan section, do your best! Report the age, gravidity, parity, hospital day #/post-operative day # and the reason for admission. For example: “This is a 42 y.o. G1P1 POD#1 s/p total laparoscopic hysterectomy and bilateral salpingo...
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  • A Cesarean Delivery
    how to care for the incision, what to expect during recovery, and when to call the doctor. You can feed and care for your newborn as you feel able. Before going home, you'll receive post surgery instructions, including warning signs of complications. It can take 4 weeks or more for a cesarean...
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  • Maternal and Child
    Care of Cesarean Birth    informed consent overall hygiene skin prep      GIT prep monitoring of intake and output hydration pre-op meds role of support system Post-operative vital signs to be reported immediately: fall in blood pressure (5-10 mmHg), pulse more than 110 bpm, RR...
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  • Case Study
    . Anticoagulants, oral antidiabetics, ciclosporin, quinolones, other NSAIDs. NURSING CARE PLAN Cues | Nursing Diagnosis | Nursing Objectives | Nursing Interventions | Rationale | Evaluation | Acute pain as claimed by the patient.(okey naman ako boy, gakulog lang ning diit ining tinahian pag-napwersa, alog...
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  • Reserch Proposal Guides
    statement of why the area of research is important and what is known already. The second part of the proposal is the methods section, where the plan for answering the research question is given. Depending on why the research proposal is being written (ethical approval, submission to funding agency...
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  • TOLAC vs. elective repeat cesarean delivery
    Contemporary Issues in nursing practice Paper TOLAC vs. elective repeat cesarean delivery Since the early 70’s, the Western world has observed the trend of rising numbers of cesarean deliveries. In 2007 32% of all deliveries in the United Stated happened via C-section; the highest number...
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  • A Study to Assess the Knowledge Level of the Patient Student Nurse Regarding Post Operative Care & to Improve Knowledge & Practice in Hamidiya Hospital Year - 2010
    finding have been organized & presented under following section :- Section I - sample characteristics Section II - the pretest knowledge score of nursing student post operative care. Section III - effectiveness of protocol in term of gain in knowledge score. Section I – sample...
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  • Politics, Legislation, and Implications to Patient Care
    nursing care of patients. Research by L. Aiken, et al. and A. Tourangeau, support the need for higher education of registered nurses. Their research proves that patient outcomes are improved when registered nurses carry a bachelor’s degree in nursing. Research conducted by J. Needleman, et al...
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  • Endometritis
    method of delivery of information be tailored to the specific client and family (French & Smaill, 2004). Secondary to free from infection, an accurate nursing care plan for a postpartum patient with an with endometritis would include: 1. The patient will follow a specific, mutually agreed...
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  • To Trend or Not to Trend?
    fact that vaginal births carries less risks to mothers. By undergoing C-sections, the mother is exposed to operative maternal injury. Rates of maternal mortality are 27.3 per 1,000 deliveries for planned cesarean, and 9 per 1,000 for planned vaginal delivery (Low 1136). A literature review done by...
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  • Student
    Cesarean Birth • Also referred to as cesarean section or C-section • It is an operative procedure in which a fetus is delivered through an incision in the abdominal wall and uterus • There has been an increase of cesarean delivery on maternal request (CDMR); performed at the request of the...
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  • Placenta Acrreta
    accreta will prevent serious complication. The safest modality is aplanned cesarean section and hysterectomy (surgical removal of the uterus). Nursing Management 1. Obtain a detailed obstetric history. 2. Assist with modalities implemented. 3. For clients taking Methotrexate, instruct...
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  • Dr
    ; and in the 2004 statistics, 318 were primipara and 719 were multipara. PURPOSE AND OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY The case study aims to present the nursing care plan of a client in the postpartum stage of pregnancy. Specifically, it seeks to achieve the following objectives: 1. Find factors...
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    were: 1. Semmelweis’ discovery that infections could be prevented by using aseptic practices. 2. Forceps to aid in the birth process. 3. Discovery of chloroform to control pain during childbirth. 4. Use of drugs to facilitate labor. 5. Advances in operative procedures such as cesarean section...
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