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Maternity nursing care

Author: Lynna Y Littleton; Joan Engebretson
Publisher: Clifton Park, NY : Thomson/Delmar Learning, ©2005.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Lynna Y Littleton; Joan Engebretson
ISBN: 1401811922 9781401811921
OCLC Number: 55503463
Description: xxix, 946 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 29 cm.
Contents: Unit 1. Foundations of Maternal, Neonatal, and Women's Health Nursing --
Chapter 1. Nursing in the Contemporary Health Care System --
Current State of Health Care Delivery --
Nursing Skills for Professional Practice --
Changes Reflected in Maternal, Neonatal, and Women's Health Care --
Trends in Maternal, Neonatal, and Women's Health Care --
Understanding Women's Health --
Issues Related to the Care of Women and Infants --
Nursing Implications --
Chapter 2. Theoretical Perspectives on the Childbearing Family --
Families Are Systems of Function and Structure --
The Childbearing Family --
Nursing Implications --
Nursing Implications --
Nursing Process --
Chapter 3. Complementary and Alternative Therapies --
Contemporary Use of Complementary Therapies --
Differentiating Alternative from Complementary Therapies --
Background and Classification of Modalities --
Complementary Modalities --
Nursing Implications --
Nursing Process --
Chapter 4. Ethics, Laws, and Standards of Care --
Ethical Issues --
Legal Issues --
Unit 2. Health Care of Women across the Life Span --
Chapter 5. Promoting Women's Health --
Women's Development across the Life Span --
Women's Nutrition across the Life Span --
Violence and Abuse against Women --
Chapter 6. Health Care Issues and Reproductive Concerns --
Historical Perspective of Women's Health --
Demographic Data for American Women --
Mortality and Morbidity --
Age-Specific Issues --
Health Promotion and Disease Prevention --
Women's Health Conditions --
Unit 3. Human Reproduction --
Chapter 7. Reproduction, Sexuality, Infertility, and Family Planning --
Normal Sexual Differentiation --
Sexuality --
Sexual Dysfunction --
Infertility --
Family Planning --
Chapter 8. Genetics and Genetic Counseling --
Chromosomal Basis of Inheritance --
Gene Structure and Function --
Single-Gene (Mendelian) Inheritance --
Polygenic and Multifactorial Inheritance --
Single-Gene Disorders --
Chromosome Abnormalities --
Genetic Screening --
Genetic Counseling --
Nursing Implications --
Unit 4. Pregnancy --
Chapter 9. Normal Pregnancy --
Signs of Pregnancy --
Expected Date of Delivery --
Physiologic Adaptation to Pregnancy --
Discomforts of Pregnancy --
Psychosocial Adaptations to Pregnancy --
Cultural Caring --
Complementary Therapies --
Nursing Process --
Chapter 10. Nursing Care of the Pregnant Woman --
Benefits of Early Care --
Preconception Care --
Prenatal Care --
Education of the Childbearing Family --
Managing the Discomforts of Pregnancy --
Nursing Process --
Chapter 11. Management and Nursing Care of High-Risk Clients --
Hemorrhagic Disorders --
Placental Abnormalities --
Labor Disorders --
Disorders of Amniotic Fluid Volume --
High Risk Fetal Conditions --
Hypertension --
Endocrine Disorders --
Cardiovascular Disorders --
Pulmonary Disorders --
Hematologic Disorders --
Neurologic Disorders --
Nursing Implications --
Pregnancy in HIV-Infected Women --
Pregnancy in Adolescence --
Chapter 12. Fetal Development and Well-Being --
Cell Division --
Fertilization and Implantation --
Placenta --
Umbilical Cord --
Membranes and Amniotic Fluid --
Embryonic Stage --
Fetal Stage --
Risks Affecting Fetal Well-Being --
Nursing Process --
Evaluation of Fetal Well-Being --
Genetic and Biochemical Evaluation --
Nursing Process --
Unit 5. Childbirth --
Chapter 13. Processes of Labor and Delivery: Analgesia and Anesthesia --
Physiology of Labor --
Signs and Symptoms of Impending Labor --
Stages of Labor --
Interventions of Labor --
Maternal Adaptations to Labor --
Fetal Adaptations to Labor --
History of Analgesia for Childbirth --
Theories of Pain and Pain Management --
Analgesia and Anesthesia --
Pain in Labor and Delivery --
Analgesia in Labor --
Anesthesia for Delivery --
Postdelivery Care for the Client Receiving Anesthesia --
Chapter 14. Nursing Care of the Intrapartal Family --
Assessment of Physiologic Process of Labor --
General Systems Assessment --
Setting Priorities and Making Decisions --
Maternal-Family Support and Interactions --
Psychologic Considerations during the Latent Phase of Labor --
Documentation and Communication --
Laboratory Tests --
Nursing Responsibilities during Labor --
Chapter 15. High-Risk Births and Obstetric Emergencies --
Dysfunctional Labor Pattern --
Fetal Malpresentation and Malposition --
Case Study/Care Plan --
Maternal and Fetal Structural Abnormalities --
Multuple Gestation --
Fetal Distress --
Uterine Rupture --
Placental Abnormalities --
Umbilical Cord Anomalies --
Amniotic Fluid Abnormalities --
Unit 6. Postpartum Nursing Care --
Chapter 16. Nursing Care of the Low-Risk Postpartum Family --
Clinical Assessment --
Other Assessments --
Family Considerations --
Discharge Preparation --
Nursing Implications --
Nursing Process --
Chapter 17. Complications of Postpartum and Neonatal Loss --
Postpartum Physical Complications --
Case Study/Care Plan --
Postpartum Psychologic Disorders --
Nursing Implications and Preparation for Discharge --
Losses in the Postpartum Period --
Nursing Process --
Chapter 18. Lactation and Newborn Nutrition --
Infant Nutrition --
Growth and Development --
Breastfeeding --
Commercial Infant Formula Feeding --
Nursing Process --
Unit 7. Newborn Development and Nursing Care --
Chapter 19. Transition to Extrauterine Life --
Physiologic Transitions of Major Systems --
Neurobehavioral Transition in the First 12 Hours --
Complications of Transition --
Transition of the Premature Infant --
Resuscitation and Stabilization in the Delivery Room --
Chapter 20. Nursing Care of the Normal Newborn --
Assessment after Transition --
General Assessment --
Physical Examination --
Photo Story: A Circumcision Story --
Additional Assessments --
Factors That Place the Infant at Risk --
Nursing Implications --
Chapter 21. Care of Newborns at Risk Related to Birth Weight and Premature Delivery --
The Small for Gestational Age Infant --
The Large for Gestational Age Infant --
The Premature Infant --
Special Considerations in Caring for the Infant at High Risk --
Neonatal Transport --
Discharge Planning --
Chapter 22. Care of Newborns at Risk Related to Congenital and Acquired Conditions --
Congenital Anomalies --
Acquired Disorders --
Neonatal Infections --
Family Experiences --
Nursing Process --
Appendix A. American Holistic Nurses Association's Standards of Holistic Nursing Practice --
Appendix B. Abbreviations, Acronyms, and Symbols.
Responsibility: Lynna Y. Littleton and Joan C. Engebretson.
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