• Nursing Care Plan
    Student Name: Date: February 25, 2006 Nursing Diagnosis Outcome Criteria (Goal) Evaluation of Outcome Criteria (Goal) PC: Postpartum Hemorrhage Patient will develop no complications related to excessive bleeding, will maintain normal vital signs of express understanding of her condition...
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  • Postpartum Hemorrhage
    Postpartum Hemorrhage Introduction Postpartum hemorrhage (PPH) is a significantly life-threatening complication that can occur after both vaginal and caesarean births (Ricci & Kyle, 2009). Simpson and Creehan (2008) define PPH as the amount of blood loss after vaginal birth, usually more than...
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  • Abnormal Ob
    descent * fetus may have anemia because of chronic bleeding * Mother may be more at risk postpartum for infection and hemorrhage * Vaginal organisms can easily reach placenta site * Lower portion of uterus has fewer muscles resulting to weaker contractions Diagnosis: * serial...
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  • Endometritis
    ). References Ackley, B. J., & Ladwig, G. B. (2011). Nursing diagnosis handbook: An evidence-based guide to planning care. (9th ed., pp. 47,426-429,446-449,600-604). St. Louis, Missouri: Mosby Elsevier. French, L. (2003). Prevention and treatment of postpartum endometritis. Current Women’s...
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  • Postpartum Hemorrhage
    Postpartum Hemorrhage    * Overview * Workup * Treatment Updated: Dec 20, 2012   * ------------------------------------------------- Background * ------------------------------------------------- Problem * ------------------------------------------------- Epidemiology...
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  • Obstetrics Nursing Assessment
    OF 3 OR LESS WITHIN MY CARE. 4. Nursing Diagnosis: Knowledge deficit r/t care of newborn baby. Short term goal: Patient will verbalize an understanding of postpartum care for baby and herself. Long term goal: Patient will demonstrate proper care of new born baby as evidence by proper...
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  • High-Risk Antepartum Nursing
    a woman on MgSO4  PROM / PPROM / Chorioamnionitis Diagnosis Risk factors for PPROM Assessment findings Management Nursing actions  PROM – Premature Rupture of Membranes  PPROM – Preterm Premature Rupture of Membranes  Premature Rupture of Membranes (PROM)  Rupture of amniotic sac...
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  • OB case study
    of oral fluid intake is important when determining if additional IV fluids are indicated, but it is not the first priority. 2. What is the priority nursing diagnosis for Marie, who is experiencing residual effects of epidural anesthesia? A) Risk for injury. CORRECT Epidural anesthesia...
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  • Post Partum HESI Case Study
    : INCORRECT Assessment of oral fluid intake is important when determining if additional IV fluids are indicated, but it is not the first priority. Points Earned: 1.0/1.0 Correct Answer(s): C 2. What is the priority nursing diagnosis for Marie, who is experiencing residual effects of...
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  • Handout Maternal Nursing
    contraction increasing postpartum hemorrhage complications iii. Lack of labor progression iv. May augment labor with Oxytocin administration c. Uncoordinated Contractions i. Contractions occurring erratically ii. Treated by Oxytocin administration III. Umbilical Cord prolapse a. A loop of cord slips...
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  • Difference in competencies between ADN and BSN
    Situation I was working on the postpartum floor when one of my vaginal delivery patient had a postpartum hemorrhage (PPH). I began doing things quickly; staring the IV, start the oxygen, check the VS, check the bleeding etc. The patient’s family came to me with many questions about PPH. I began to realize...
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  • Maternal and Child
    ------------ 34-42 - Assessment of fetal ----------------- 34-42 well being Risk of Amniocentesis to client include:        maternal hemorrhage infection Rh isoimmunization abruptio placenta labor fetal death (0.3-0.5% risk) injury from needle Nursing Responsibilities for...
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  • Drugs Study
    mg after delivery of anterior shoulder, after delivery of placenta |Tablet |Increases motor activity of the uterus by direct stimulation of the smooth muscle, shortening the third stage of labor and reducing blood loss. |Prevention and treatment of postpartum and postabortion hemorrhage caused by...
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  • Labor and Delivery Assessment
    contractions. Explain what Pitocin is used for: Pitocin is used for the induction and/or augmentation of labor at term, facilitation of threatened abortion, and in postpartum to control bleeding and prevent hemorrhage and uterine atony after expulsion of the placenta. PELVIC ASSESSMENT FINDINGS...
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  • Labor and Delivery
    abortion, oxytocin infusion will often be successful in emptying the uterus. Other means of therapy, however, may be required in such cases. Postpartum: Pitocin is indicated to produce uterine contractions during the third stage of labor and to control postpartum bleeding or hemorrhage. The dosage of...
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  • Study Guide for Ob
    dirty duncan 55 assessment – --Signs of placental separation --Inspection of the placenta Fourth stage 17 1-4 hours after birth 18 physiologic readjustment/immediate post partum Immediate Newborn Care 56 assessment- history, delivery events 57 nursing diagnosis - prepared...
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  • Nur 221 Final Exam Review
    , interventions) • Causes of fetal distress - malpresentation, abnormalities, characteristics, interventions • Prolapsed cord, hydramnios, oligohydramnios - causes, interventions • Hemorrhage - causes, interventions, early vs. late, s/s • Postpartum infection - mastitis, endometritis, episiotomy...
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  • Ob Diabetes
    nursing diagnosis for Marie, who is experiencing residual effects of epidural anesthesia? [pic]A) Risk for injury. [pic]B) Impaired physical mobility. [pic]C) Altered urinary elimination. [pic]D) Risk for infection. 3. What is the priority nursing action to address Marie's needs related...
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  • Yot
    . Multiparity >than 4 pregnancies – increases risk of antepartum and postpartum hemorrhage, cesarean birth and fetal loss. Social-Personal Factors: a. Weight - < 100 pounds is associated with low birth weight infant. >200 pounds is associated with PIH, LGA infants, difficult labors, C-section due to CPD. b...
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  • Management of Patients With Female Reproductive Disorders
    aggravated by activity; dyspareunia • Medical Management – Pessaries – Hysterectomy Uterine Prolapse • Nursing Management – Teach Kegel exercises during the postpartum period – Preoperative teaching • Expectations of postoperative period • Effect of surgery on sexual function – Postoperative...
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