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Case Studies in Maternity and Women's Health,9781401827090

Case Studies in Maternity and Women's Health

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Edition:
1st
ISBN13:

9781401827090

ISBN10:
1401827098
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
7/6/2005
Publisher(s):
Cengage Learning
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Summary

Created especially for nurses, the Clinical Decision Making series helps to bridge the gap between content knowledge and clinical application. Case Studies in Maternity & Women's Health is the first installment in this innovative series, which provides over forty maternity and women's health case histories, questions, and responses based on real life client situations. Every case contains an introductory "blueprint" of variables that must be considered while evaluating a particular scenario, which are pertinent concerning the client, nursing protocol, and setting of care. Examples of these variables include age, gender, or culture of the client, the client with a pre-existing condition, legal issues, or communication skills. Each blueprint and case is different, just as each clinical situation is unique to others. By allowing learners to simulate the actual decision-making process, they can gain a comfort level to make informed clinical judgments that will help them become successful nurses. Quite simply, Clinical Decision Making shortens the distance between the classroom and nursing practice like no other educational tool.

Table of Contents

Reviewers vii
Series Preface ix
Preface xiii
Comprehensive Table of Variables xvii
Abbreviations Commonly Used in Maternal and Women's Health Nursing xxi
Part 1 Prenatal Case Studies
1(38)
Case Study 1 Linda
3(4)
Case Study 2 Aries
7(2)
Case Study 3 Fayola
9(2)
Case Study 4 Lilly
11(4)
Case Study 5 Florence
15(4)
Case Study 6 Ruby
19(2)
Case Study 7 Caridad
21(2)
Case Study 8 Esparanza
23(4)
Case Study 9 Sarah
27(4)
Case Study 10 Kathie
31(4)
Case Study 11 Ruth
35(4)
Part 2 Intrapartum
39(44)
Case Study 1 Norma
41(4)
Case Study 2 Holly
45(4)
Case Study 3 Leticia
49(2)
Case Study 4 Lydia
51(4)
Case Study 5 Kathleen
55(2)
Case Study 6 Cassandra
57(4)
Case Study 7 Mimi
61(2)
Case Study 8 Danielle
63(4)
Case Study 9 Josie
67(4)
Case Study 10 Jennifer
71(4)
Case Study 11 Multiple Clients
75(4)
Case Study 12 Margaret
79(4)
Part 3 Newborn
83(24)
Case Study 1 Baby Nova
85(2)
Case Study 2 Baby Haley
87(4)
Case Study 3 Baby Maria
91(2)
Case Study 4 Baby James
93(2)
Case Study 5 Baby Ittybit
95(2)
Case Study 6 Baby Chary
97(2)
Case Study 7 Baby Cunningham
99(4)
Case Study 8 Baby Long
103(4)
Part 4 Postpartum
107(18)
Case Study 1 Molly
109(2)
Case Study 2 Candace
111(4)
Case Study 3 Juanita
115(2)
Case Study 4 Daphne
117(2)
Case Study 5 Sueata
119(2)
Case Study 6 Roquanda
121(4)
Part 5 Well Woman
125(22)
Case Study 1 Carina
127(2)
Case Study 2 Cyndie
129(2)
Case Study 3 Anna
131(2)
Case Study 4 Jodi
133(4)
Case Study 5 Jing
137(2)
Case Study 6 Sylvia
139(4)
Case Study 7 Josephine
143(4)
Answers
147(102)
Part 1 Prenatal Case Studies
147(25)
Part 2 Intrapartum Case Studies
172(27)
Part 3 Newborn Case Studies
199(19)
Part 4 Postpartum Case Studies
218(14)
Part 5 Well Woman Case Studies
232(17)
Index 249

Excerpts

"Created especially for nurses, the Clinical Decision Making series helps to bridge the gap between content knowledge and clinical application. Case Studies in Maternity & Women's Health is the first installment in this series, which provides over forty maternity and women's health case histories, questions, and responses based on real life client situations. Every case contains an introductory "blueprint" of variables that must be considered while evaluating a particular scenario, which are pertinent concerning the client, nursing protocol, and setting of care. Examples of these variables include age, gender, or culture of the client, the client with a pre-existing condition, legal issues, or communication skills. Each blueprint and case is different, just as each clinical situation is unique to others. By allowing learners to simulate the actual decision-making process, they can gain a comfort level to make informed clinical judgments that will help them become successful nurses. Quite simply, Clinical Decision Making shortens the distance between the classroom and nursing practice like no other educational tool."--BOOK JACKET.


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