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Maternity, Newborn, and Women's Health NursingA Case-Based Approach

Maternity, Newborn, and Women's Health NursingA Case-Based Approach

By: Amy O&#39Meara
ISBN-10: 1496368215
/ ISBN-13: 9781496368232
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Unit 1 Scenarios for Clinical Preparation

    •   1 Bess Gaskell: Immediate Postpartum Hemorrhage
    • • Before Conception
    • • Pregnancy
    • ○ First Trimester
    • ○ Second Trimester
    • ○ Third Trimester
    • • Labor and Delivery
    • • After Delivery
    • • The Newborn
    •   2 Tatiana Bennett: Later Postpartum Hemorrhage
    • • Before Conception
    • • Pregnancy
    • ○ First Trimester
    • ○ Second Trimester
    • ○ Third Trimester
    • • Labor and Delivery
    • • After Delivery
    • • The Newborn
    •   3 Susan Rockwell: Gestational Diabetes, Deep Vein Thrombosis, and Postpartum Pulmonary Embolism
    • • Before Conception
    • • Pregnancy
    • ○ First Trimester
    • ○ Second Trimester
    • ○ Third Trimester
    • • Labor and Delivery
    • • After Delivery
    • • The Newborn
    •   4 Sophie Bloom: Preeclampsia
    • • Before Conception
    • • Pregnancy
    • ○ First Trimester
    • ○ Second Trimester
    • ○ Third Trimester
    • • The Hospital
    • • Labor and Delivery
    • • After Delivery
    • • The Newborn
    •   5 Letitia Richford: Cord Prolapse and Nonreassuring Fetal Status
    • • Before Conception
    • • Miscarriage
    • • Pregnancy
    • ○ First Trimester
    • ○ Second Trimester
    • ○ Third Trimester
    • • Labor and Delivery
    • • After Delivery
    • • The Newborn
    •   6 Rebecca Sweet: Placental Abruption and Fetal Loss
    • • Before Conception
    • • Pregnancy
    • ○ First Trimester
    • ○ Second and Third Trimesters
    • • Labor and Delivery
    • • After Delivery
    • • The Newborn
    •   7 Hannah Wilder: Chorioamnionitis and Neonatal Sepsis
    • • Before Conception
    • • Pregnancy
    • ○ First Trimester
    • ○ Second Trimester
    • ○ Third Trimester
    • • Labor and Delivery
    • • After Delivery
    • • The Newborn
    •   8 Graciella Muñez: Preterm Premature Rupture of Membranes and Neonatal Respiratory Distress Syndrome
    • • Before Conception
    • • Pregnancy
    • ○ First Trimester
    • ○ Second Trimester
    • ○ Third Trimester
    • • Labor and Delivery
    • • The Newborn
    • • After Delivery
    •   9 Nancy Ng: Gestational Diabetes, Macrosomia, and Neonatal Cephalhematoma
    • • Before Conception
    • • Pregnancy
    • ○ First Trimester
    • ○ Second Trimester
    • ○ Third Trimester
    • • Labor and Delivery
    • • The Newborn
    • • After Delivery
    • 10 Lexi Cowslip: Advanced Maternal Age, HELLP Syndrome, and Neonatal Necrotizing Enterocolitis
    • • Before Conception
    • • Pregnancy
    • ○ First Trimester
    • ○ Second Trimester
    • ○ Third Trimester
    • • Labor and Delivery
    • • The Newborn
    • • After Delivery
    • 11 Edie Wilson: Migraine With Aura, Shoulder Dystocia, and Brachial Plexus Palsy
    • • Before Conception
    • • Pregnancy
    • ○ First Trimester
    • ○ Second Trimester
    • ○ Third Trimester
    • • Labor and Delivery
    • • The Newborn
    • • After Delivery
    • 12 Loretta Hale: Intimate Partner Violence, Formula Feeding, and Postpartum Depression
    • • Before Conception
    • • Pregnancy
    • ○ First Trimester
    • ○ Second Trimester
    • ○ Third Trimester
    • • Labor and Delivery
    • • The Newborn
    • • After Delivery
    • 13 Tanya Green: Gestational Trophoblastic Disease (Molar Pregnancy) and Advanced Maternal Age
    • • Before Conception
    • • Pregnancy
    • • After Pregnancy

Unit 2 Maternity and Newborn Nursing for Uncomplicated Pregnancies

    • 14 Before Conception
    • • Cultural Context
    • • Family Context
    • ○ Nuclear Family
    • ○ Same-Sex Parents
    • ○ Single-Parent Family
    • ○ Blended Family
    • • Financial Context
    • ○ The Cost of Healthcare
    • ○ Medicaid
    • ○ Title X
    • ○ Medicare
    • ○ Private Insurers
    • • Health Context
    • ○ Age
    • ○ Health History
    • ○ Current Health Status
    • • Preconception Anatomy and Physiology
    • ○ External Genitalia
    • ○ Female Reproductive Hormones
    • ○ Reproductive Cycle
    • • Conception
    • ○ Oogenesis
    • ○ Spermatogenesis
    • ○ Fertilization
    • • Pregnancy Signs, Symptoms, and Confirmation
    • ○ Presumptive Symptoms
    • ○ Probable Signs
    • ○ Positive Signs
    • 15 Pregnancy
    • • Pregnancy Development
    • ○ Preembryonic Stage
    • ○ Embryonic Stage
    • ○ Fetal Stage
    • ○ Placenta
    • ○ Umbilical Cord
    • • Maternal Anatomy and Physiology in Pregnancy
    • ○ Integumentary System
    • ○ Endocrine System
    • ○ Respiratory System
    • ○ Cardiovascular System
    • ○ Urinary System
    • ○ Reproductive System
    • ○ Musculoskeletal System
    • ○ Gastrointestinal System
    • • Normal Discomforts of Pregnancy and Self-Care
    • ○ Fatigue
    • ○ Respiratory Discomforts
    • ○ Cardiovascular Discomforts
    • ○ Neurologic Discomforts
    • ○ Reproductive Discomforts
    • ○ Urinary Discomforts
    • ○ Gastrointestinal Discomforts
    • ○ Musculoskeletal Discomforts
    • ○ Integumentary Discomforts
    • • Prenatal Care
    • ○ Schedule of Care
    • ○ Obstetric Care Providers
    • ○ First Trimester: Initial Prenatal Visit
    • ○ Second Trimester
    • ○ Third Trimester
    • 16 Labor and Delivery
    • • Delivery Venue
    • ○ Hospital
    • ○ Home
    • ○ Birth Center
    • • Components of Labor: The Five Ps
    • ○ Power
    • ○ Passageway
    • ○ Passenger
    • ○ Psyche
    • ○ Position
    • • Onset of Labor
    • ○ Mechanisms of Onset
    • ○ Signs of Impending Labor
    • ○ Assessment for Rupture of Membranes
    • • Stages of Labor and Nursing Interventions
    • ○ First Stage
    • ○ Second Stage
    • ○ Third Stage
    • ○ Fourth Stage
    • • Fetal Monitoring
    • ○ Types of Fetal Monitoring
    • ○ Evaluation of FHR
    • ○ Care and Management
    • • Pain and Discomfort of Labor and Delivery
    • ○ Manifestation of Pain
    • ○ Management
    • 17 After Delivery
    • • Postpartum Physiologic Changes and Care
    • ○ Reproductive System
    • ○ Cardiovascular System
    • ○ Immune System
    • ○ Endocrine System
    • ○ Respiratory System
    • ○ Urinary System
    • ○ Gastrointestinal System
    • ○ Musculoskeletal System
    • ○ Neurologic System
    • • Postpartum Psychosocial Changes and Care
    • ○ Psychosocial Changes
    • ○ Nursing Care
    • • Variations in Postpartum Care After a Cesarean Section
    • ○ Immediate Postoperative, Postpartum Care
    • ○ The First 24 Hours
    • ○ Until Discharge
    • • Postpartum Discharge Planning
    • 18 The Newborn
    • • Anatomic and Physiologic Changes in the Newborn
    • ○ Respiratory System
    • ○ Cardiovascular System
    • ○ Temperature Regulation
    • ○ Gastrointestinal System
    • ○ Urinary System
    • ○ Hepatic System
    • ○ Immune System
    • ○ Integumentary System
    • ○ Reproductive System
    • ○ Head
    • ○ Neurologic System
    • • Newborn Behavior
    • ○ Newborn Senses
    • ○ Sleep–Wake States
    • • Assessment and Care of the Newborn
    • ○ The First 4 Hours After Birth
    • ○ Four Hours After Birth to Discharge
    • • Newborn Feeding
    • ○ Breastfeeding
    • ○ Formula Feeding
    • ○ Burping

Unit 3 High-Risk Conditions and Complications

    • 19 Conditions Existing Before Conception
    • • Asthma
    • ○ Prevalence
    • ○ Signs and Symptoms
    • ○ Course in Pregnancy
    • ○ Treatment
    • ○ Care Considerations
    • • Epilepsy
    • ○ Prevalence
    • ○ Course in Pregnancy
    • ○ Treatment
    • ○ Care Considerations
    • • Thyroid Conditions
    • ○ Hypothyroidism
    • ○ Hyperthyroidism
    • • Pregestational Diabetes
    • ○ Assessment and Treatment Throughout the Pregnancy
    • ○ Complications and Comorbidities of Diabetes During Pregnancy
    • • Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
    • ○ Course in Pregnancy
    • ○ Assessment
    • ○ Treatment
    • ○ Care Considerations
    • • Multiple Sclerosis
    • ○ Signs and Symptoms
    • ○ Course in Pregnancy
    • ○ Treatment
    • ○ Care Considerations
    • • Cardiovascular Disease
    • ○ Course in Pregnancy
    • ○ Assessment
    • ○ Treatment
    • ○ Care Considerations
    • • Chronic Hypertension
    • ○ Course in Pregnancy
    • ○ Assessment
    • ○ Treatment
    • ○ Care Considerations
    • • Obesity
    • ○ Prevalence
    • ○ Course in Pregnancy
    • ○ Assessment
    • ○ Treatment
    • ○ Care Considerations
    • • Eating Disorders
    • ○ Anorexia Nervosa
    • ○ Bulimia Nervosa
    • ○ Binge Eating Disorder
    • ○ Care Considerations
    • • Maternal Phenylketonuria
    • ○ Course in Pregnancy
    • ○ Assessment
    • ○ Treatment
    • ○ Care Considerations
    • • Iron Deficiency Anemia
    • ○ Prevalence
    • ○ Course in Pregnancy
    • ○ Assessment
    • ○ Treatment
    • ○ Care Considerations
    • • Beta Thalassemia
    • ○ Sickle Cell Anemia
    • ○ Prevalence
    • ○ Etiology
    • ○ Course in Pregnancy
    • ○ Assessment
    • ○ Treatment
    • ○ Care Considerations
    • • Intimate Partner Violence
    • ○ Prevalence and Risk Factors
    • ○ Course in Pregnancy
    • ○ Care Considerations
    • • Substance Abuse
    • ○ Prevalence
    • ○ Course in Pregnancy
    • ○ Assessment
    • ○ Treatment
    • ○ Care Considerations
    • • Depression
    • ○ Course in Pregnancy
    • ○ Assessment
    • ○ Treatment
    • ○ Care Considerations
    • • Anxiety
    • ○ Prevalence
    • ○ Signs and Symptoms
    • ○ Assessment
    • ○ Treatment
    • ○ Care Considerations
    • 20 Conditions Occurring During Pregnancy
    • • Conditions That Typically Occur in the First Trimester
    • ○ Multiple Pregnancy
    • ○ Hyperemesis Gravidarum
    • ○ Bleeding in the Early Pregnancy
    • ○ Miscarriage
    • ○ Ectopic Pregnancy
    • ○ Gestational Trophoblastic Disease
    • ○ Atopic Eruption of Pregnancy
    • • Conditions That Typically Occur in the Second Trimester
    • ○ Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy
    • ○ Gestational Diabetes
    • ○ Infections
    • ○ Cervical Insufficiency
    • • Conditions That Typically Occur in the Third Trimester
    • ○ Trauma
    • ○ Intrauterine Growth Restriction
    • ○ Amniotic Fluid Volume Disorders
    • • Dermatoses of Late Pregnancy
    • ○ Intrahepatic Cholestasis
    • ○ Pruritic Urticarial Papules and Plaques of Pregnancy
    • ○ Pemphigoid Gestationis
    • ○ Pustular Psoriasis of Pregnancy
    • 21 Complications Occurring Before Labor and Delivery
    • • Premature Rupture of Membranes
    • ○ Prognosis
    • ○ Assessment
    • ○ Treatment
    • • Preterm Premature Rupture of Membranes
    • ○ Prevalence
    • ○ Etiology
    • ○ Prognosis
    • ○ Assessment
    • ○ Treatment
    • • Midtrimester PPROM
    • ○ Prevalence
    • ○ Etiology
    • ○ Prognosis
    • ○ Care Considerations
    • • Preterm Labor and Birth
    • ○ Prevalence
    • ○ Etiology
    • ○ Prognosis
    • ○ Assessment
    • ○ Treatment
    • • Chorioamnionitis
    • ○ Prevalence
    • ○ Etiology
    • ○ Prognosis
    • ○ Assessment
    • ○ Treatment
    • • Postterm Pregnancy
    • ○ Prevalence
    • ○ Etiology
    • ○ Prognosis
    • ○ Assessment
    • ○ Treatment
    • • Placental Abruption
    • ○ Prevalence
    • ○ Etiology
    • ○ Prognosis
    • ○ Presentation
    • ○ Assessment
    • ○ Treatment
    • • DIC in Pregnancy
    • ○ Etiology
    • ○ Prognosis
    • ○ Assessment
    • ○ Treatment
    • ○ Care Considerations
    • • Placenta Previa
    • ○ Prevalence
    • ○ Etiology
    • ○ Prognosis
    • ○ Assessment
    • ○ Treatment
    • • Vasa Previa
    • ○ Prevalence
    • ○ Etiology
    • ○ Prognosis
    • ○ Assessment
    • ○ Treatment
    • 22 Complications Occurring During Labor and Delivery
    • • Group B Streptococcus
    • ○ Prevalence
    • ○ Prognosis
    • ○ Assessment
    • ○ Treatment
    • • Dystocia
    • ○ Powers
    • ○ Passageway
    • ○ Passenger
    • ○ Psyche
    • ○ Position
    • • Second-Stage Intrapartum Procedures
    • ○ Episiotomy
    • ○ Operative Vaginal Birth
    • • Cesarean Birth
    • ○ Prevalence
    • ○ Indications
    • ○ Risks and Complications
    • ○ Types
    • ○ Preoperative Care
    • ○ Anesthesia
    • ○ Surgery
    • ○ Postoperative Care
    • ○ Vaginal Birth After Cesarean
    • • Uterine Rupture
    • ○ Prevalence
    • ○ Etiology
    • ○ Prognosis
    • ○ Assessment
    • ○ Treatment
    • • Cord Prolapse
    • ○ Prevalence
    • ○ Etiology
    • ○ Prognosis
    • ○ Assessment
    • ○ Treatment
    • ○ Care Considerations
    • • Amniotic Fluid Embolism
    • ○ Prevalence
    • ○ Etiology
    • ○ Prognosis
    • ○ Assessment
    • ○ Treatment
    • • Third-Stage Complications
    • ○ Retained Placenta
    • ○ Morbidly Adherent Placenta
    • ○ Lacerations
    • • Perinatal Loss
    • ○ Prevalence
    • ○ Etiology
    • ○ Prevention
    • ○ Care Considerations
    • 23 Conditions Occurring After Delivery
    • • Postpartum Hemorrhage
    • ○ Prevalence
    • ○ Etiology
    • ○ Prognosis
    • ○ Assessment
    • ○ Treatment
    • ○ Care Considerations
    • • Hematoma
    • ○ Prevalence
    • ○ Etiology
    • ○ Prognosis
    • ○ Assessment
    • ○ Treatment
    • ○ Care Considerations
    • • Hypovolemic Shock
    • ○ Etiology
    • ○ Assessment
    • ○ Treatment
    • ○ Care Considerations
    • • Thromboembolic Disease
    • ○ Prevalence
    • ○ Etiology
    • ○ Prognosis
    • ○ Assessment
    • ○ Treatment
    • ○ Care Considerations
    • • Postpartum Infections
    • ○ Perineal Wound Infection
    • ○ Cesarean Wound Infection
    • ○ Endometritis
    • ○ Lactational Mastitis
    • ○ Urinary Tract Infection
    • ○ Febrile Complication of Anesthesia
    • ○ Clostridium difficile Infection
    • • Postpartum Headache and Associated Conditions
    • ○ Postpartum Stroke
    • ○ Postpartum Angiopathy
    • ○ Anesthesia-Related Headaches
    • • Postpartum Psychiatric Disorders
    • ○ Postpartum Blues
    • ○ Postpartum Depression
    • ○ Postpartum Psychosis
    • ○ Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
    • 24 Conditions in the Newborn Related to Gestational Age, Size, Injury, and Pain
    • • Tubes, Vents, and Environment
    • ○ Environment
    • ○ Nasogastric Tube
    • ○ Umbilical Artery Catheter
    • ○ Umbilical Vein Catheter
    • ○ Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter
    • ○ Nasal Cannula
    • ○ Continuous Positive Airway Pressure Therapy
    • ○ Endotracheal Tube
    • ○ Oxygen Hood
    • • Preterm Infants
    • ○ Variations in Physiologic Function and Care Considerations
    • ○ Late Preterm Infants: Common Conditions and Care Considerations
    • • Postterm Infants
    • • Fetal Growth Restriction
    • ○ Etiology
    • ○ Signs and Symptoms
    • ○ Prognosis
    • ○ Assessment
    • • Macrosomia
    • ○ Etiology
    • ○ Prognosis
    • ○ Assessment
    • • Birth Trauma
    • ○ Integumentary Injuries
    • ○ Musculoskeletal Injuries
    • ○ Neurologic Injuries
    • • Neonatal Pain
    • ○ Assessment
    • ○ Prevention and Treatment
    • 25 Acquired Conditions and Congenital Abnormalities in the Newborn
    • • Conditions of Hyperbilirubinemia in the Newborn
    • ○ Etiology
    • ○ Signs and Symptoms
    • ○ Prognosis
    • ○ Assessment
    • ○ Treatment
    • • Complications of High-Risk Newborns
    • ○ Pulmonary Conditions
    • ○ Retinopathy of Prematurity
    • ○ Necrotizing Enterocolitis
    • ○ Neonatal Encephalopathy
    • ○ Maternal Diabetes
    • ○ Maternal Drug Use
    • • Neonatal Infection
    • ○ Sepsis
    • ○ Group B Streptococcus
    • ○ Skin and Soft Tissue Bacterial Infection
    • ○ Congenital Syphilis
    • ○ Gonorrhea
    • ○ Chlamydia
    • ○ Herpes
    • ○ Toxoplasmosis
    • ○ Hepatitis B
    • ○ Human Immunodeficiency Virus
    • ○ Cytomegalovirus
    • ○ Rubella
    • ○ Varicella
    • ○ Candidiasis
    • ○ Zika
    • • Congenital Abnormalities in the Newborn
    • ○ Congenital Heart Disease
    • ○ Neurologic Abnormalities
    • ○ Gastrointestinal Abnormalities
    • ○ Respiratory Abnormalities
    • ○ Genitourinary Abnormalities
    • ○ Musculoskeletal Abnormalities

Unit 4 Women’s and Gendered Health

    • 26 Wellness and Health Promotion
    • • Cervical Cancer Screening, Assessment, and Management
    • ○ Pap Test
    • ○ Etiology of Cervical Cancer
    • ○ Risks of Overdiagnosis and Unnecessary Treatment With Screening
    • ○ Screening Process
    • ○ Timing of Screening
    • ○ Screening Exceptions
    • ○ Management of Abnormal Results
    • ○ Human Papillomavirus Vaccination
    • • Breast Cancer Screening
    • ○ Risk Assessment
    • ○ Screening Imaging
    • ○ Clinical Breast Examination
    • ○ Breast Self-Examination
    • • Intimate Partner Violence Screening
    • • Nutrition
    • ○ Calories
    • ○ Macronutrients
    • ○ Fiber
    • ○ Micronutrients
    • ○ Diet Assessment
    • ○ Portion Sizes
    • ○ Assessment Options
    • • Physical Activity
    • • Sexual Health and Gender Identity
    • ○ Distinguishing Sex From Gender
    • ○ Sexual Orientation
    • ○ Sexual Assault
    • ○ Screening for STIs
    • 27 Common Gynecologic Conditions
    • • Abnormal Uterine Bleeding
    • ○ Abnormalities of Frequency
    • ○ Abnormalities of Regularity
    • ○ Abnormalities of Duration
    • ○ Abnormalities of Volume
    • ○ Bleeding Between Periods
    • ○ Causes of AUB: PALM-COEIN Classification System
    • • Dysmenorrhea
    • • Endometriosis
    • • Dyspareunia
    • • Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
    • • Urinary Incontinence
    • ○ Stress Incontinence
    • ○ Urgency Incontinence
    • ○ Overflow Incontinence
    • ○ Treatment
    • • Genital Tract Fistulas
    • • Menopause
    • • Benign Ovarian Cysts
    • ○ Follicular Cysts
    • ○ Corpus Luteum Cysts
    • ○ Theca Lutein Cysts
    • ○ Dermoid Cysts
    • ○ Ovarian Fibromas
    • • Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
    • • Gynecologic Cancers
    • ○ Uterine Cancer
    • ○ Cervical Cancer
    • ○ Ovarian Cancer
    • ○ Vaginal Cancer
    • ○ Vulvar Cancer
    • • Conditions of the Breasts
    • ○ Breast Cancer
    • ○ Ductal Carcinoma In Situ
    • ○ Atypical Hyperplasia
    • ○ Breast Cysts
    • ○ Mammary Duct Ectasia
    • ○ Intraductal Papilloma
    • ○ Breast Pain
    • ○ Fibroadenomas
    • ○ Nipple Discharge
    • 28 Infections
    • • Urinary Tract Infections
    • ○ Simple Cystitis
    • ○ Pyelonephritis
    • • Vaginosis and Vaginitis
    • ○ Bacterial Vaginosis
    • ○ Candidiasis Vulvovaginitis
    • ○ Trichomoniasis
    • • Sexually Transmitted Infections
    • ○ Chlamydia
    • ○ Gonorrhea
    • ○ Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
    • ○ Syphilis
    • ○ Herpes Simplex Virus
    • ○ Viral Hepatitis
    • ○ Human Immunodeficiency Virus
    • ○ Low-Risk Human Papillomavirus
    • 29 Family Planning
    • • Contraception
    • ○ Selecting a Method of Contraception
    • ○ Pregnancy Assessment
    • ○ Method Continuation
    • ○ Hormone-Containing Methods
    • ○ Barrier Methods
    • ○ Spermicide
    • ○ Natural Family Planning
    • ○ Withdrawal
    • ○ Sterilization
    • • Unwanted or Mistimed Pregnancy
    • ○ Abortion
    • ○ Adoption
    • • Infertility
    • ○ Optimizing Fertility
    • ○ Evaluation for Infertility
    • ○ Female Infertility
    • ○ Male Infertility
    • ○ Artificial Reproductive Technology
    • 30 Vulnerable Populations
    • • Sexual Assault
    • ○ Evaluation
    • ○ Follow-Up
    • • Intimate Partner Violence
    • ○ Factors Contributing to the Perpetuation of IPV
    • ○ Role of the Nurse
    • ○ Offering Support
    • ○ Evaluating for Safety
    • ○ Safety Planning
    • ○ Perpetrator Treatment
    • ○ Mandated Reporting and Documentation
    • ○ Long-Term Consequences
    • • Human Trafficking
    • ○ Identification of Victims
    • ○ Care of Victims
    • ○ Reporting
    • • Eating Disorders
    • ○ Anorexia Nervosa
    • ○ Binge Eating Disorder
    • ○ Bulimia Nervosa
    • • Pregnancy Care for Incarcerated Patients
    • ○ Intrapartum Care
    • ○ Postpartum Care
    • ○ Care After Incarceration
    • • Sexual Minority Women
    • ○ Impact on Health
    • ○ Creating Safe Spaces
    • ○ Care of Transgender Individuals

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