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Maternal-Newborn Nursing Care : The Nurse, the Family, and the Community, with Student Disk

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Edition:
4th
ISBN13:

9780805356229

ISBN10:
0805356223
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
1/1/1998
Publisher(s):
Prentice Hall

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Table of Contents

PART ONE: BASIC CONCEPTS 1(150)
1 Contemporary Maternal-Newborn Care
2(14)
Contemporary Childbirth
4(1)
Nursing Roles
5(1)
Legal Considerations
6(1)
Ethical Issues
7(3)
Tools for Critical Thinking in Maternal-Newborn Practice
10(2)
Statistics
12(1)
Nursing Research
13(1)
Critical Thinking: A Case Study
14(2)
2 Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology
16(23)
Female Reproductive System
17(12)
The Female Reproductive Cycle
29(5)
Male Reproductive System
34(5)
3 Conception and Fetal Development
39(24)
Cellular Division
40(1)
Gametogenesis
40(2)
The Process of Fertilization
42(3)
Intrauterine Development
45(8)
Embryo and Fetal Development and Organ Formation
53(6)
Factors Influencing Embryonic and Fetal Development
59(4)
4 Families with Special Reproductive Concerns
63(30)
Infertility
64(13)
Genetic Disorders
77(16)
5 Women's Health Care
93(45)
The Nurse's Role in Addressing Issues of Sexuality
94(1)
Menstruation
95(3)
Contraception
98(10)
Recommended Gynecologic Screening Procedures
108(4)
Menopause
112(1)
Procedure 5-1: Assisting with a Pelvic Examination
113(2)
Violence Against Women
115(4)
Community in Focus: The SANE Program
119(1)
Care of the Woman with a Disorder of the Breast
120(1)
Care of the Woman with Endometriosis
121(1)
Care of the Woman with Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS)
122(1)
Care of the Woman with a Vaginal Infection
123(2)
Care of the Woman with a Sexually Transmitted Infection
125(4)
Care of the Woman with Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
129(1)
Care of the Woman with an Abnormal Finding During Pelvic Examination
130(2)
Care of the Woman with a Urinary Tract Infection
132(2)
Cystocele and Pelvic Relaxation
134(4)
6 Preparation for Parenthood
138(13)
Preconception Counseling
139(1)
Childbearing Decisions
140(3)
Classes for Family Members During Pregnancy
143(2)
Education of the Family Having Cesarean Birth
145(1)
Preparation for Parents Desiring Vaginal Birth After Cesarean Birth (VBAC)
146(1)
Methods of Childbirth Preparation
146(3)
Client Education
149(2)
PART TWO: PREGNANCY 151(186)
7 Physical and Psychologic Changes of Pregnancy
152(18)
Anatomy and Physiology of Pregnancy
153(5)
Signs of Pregnancy
158(3)
Psychologic Response of the Expectant Family to Pregnancy
161(5)
Cultural Values and Reproductive Behavior
166(4)
8 Antepartal Nursing Assessment
170(28)
Initial Client History
171(5)
Community in Focus: Baby Network
176(1)
Initial Antepartal Assessment
176(1)
Determination of Due Date
177(1)
Initial Prenatal Assessment Guide
178(9)
Assessment of Pelvic Adequacy (Clinical Pelvimetry)
187(2)
Subsequent Client History
189(3)
Subsequent Antepartal Assessment
192(1)
Subsequent Prenatal Assessment Guide
193(5)
9 The Expectant Family: Needs and Care
198(23)
Nursing Diagnosis During Pregnancy
199(1)
Nursing Plan and Implementation During Pregnancy
199(2)
Cultural Considerations in Pregnancy
201(1)
Relief of the Common Discomforts of Pregnancy
202(2)
Community in Focus: The Pregnancy Wellness Program
204(3)
Promotion of Self-Care During Pregnancy
207(12)
Evaluation
219(2)
10 The Expectant Family: Age-Related Considerations
221(15)
Care of the Pregnant Adolescent
222(4)
Community in Focus: The School Community Sexual Risk Reduction Model
226(5)
Care of the Expectant Couple over Age 35
231(5)
11 Maternal Nutrition
236(19)
Maternal Weight Gain
237(3)
Nutritional Requirements
240(5)
Vegetarianism
245(1)
Factors Influencing Nutrition
246(2)
Nutritional Care of the Pregnant Adolescent
248(1)
Postpartum Nutrition
249(6)
12 Pregnancy at Risk: Pregestational Problems
255(26)
Care of the Woman with Heart Disease
256(3)
Community in Focus: Gestational Diabetes Program
259(1)
Care of the Woman with Diabetes Mellitus
259(6)
Critical Pathway for a Woman with Diabetes Mellitus
265(2)
Care of the Woman with Anemia
267(1)
Care of the Woman with HIV Infection
268(2)
Critical Pathway for a Woman with HIV AIDS
270(4)
Care of the Woman Practicing Substance Abuse
274(5)
Other Medical Conditions and Pregnancy
279(2)
13 Pregnancy at Risk: Gestational Onset
281(39)
Care of the Woman with Hyperemesis Gravidarum
282(1)
Care of the Woman with a Bleeding Disorder
282(6)
Community in Focus: Healthy Beginnings
288(1)
Care of the Woman with an Incompetent Cervix
289(1)
Care of the Woman with Premature Rupture of Membranes
289(2)
Care of the Woman at Risk Due to Preterm Labor
291(4)
Care of the Woman with a Hypertensive Disorder
295(6)
Procedure 13-1: Assessing Deep Tendon Reflexes and Clonus
301(3)
Critical Pathway for a Woman with Pregnancy-Induced Hypertension
304(2)
Care of the Woman at Risk for Rh Sensitization
306(3)
Care of the Woman at Risk Due to ABO Incompatibility
309(1)
Care of the Woman Requiring Surgery During Pregnancy
309(1)
Procedure 13-2: Administration of Rh Immune Globulin (RhlgG, RhoGAM, HypRho-D)
310(1)
Care of the Woman Suffering Trauma from an Accident
311(1)
Care of the Battered Pregnant Woman
311(1)
Care of the Woman with a TORCH Infection
312(5)
Other Infections in Pregnancy
317(3)
14 Assessment of Fetal Well-Being
320(17)
Using the Nursing Process During Diagnostic Testing
321(1)
Maternal Assessment of Fetal Activity
322(1)
Ultrasound
323(3)
Nonstress Test
326(2)
Biophysical Profile
328(1)
Contraction Stress Test
329(3)
Amniotic Fluid Analysis
332(1)
Procedure 14-1: Assisting During Amniocentesis
333(3)
Other Fetal Diagnostic Techniques
336(1)
PART THREE: BIRTH 337(160)
15 Processes and Stages of Birth
338(23)
Critical Factors in Labor
339(1)
The Birth Passage
339(1)
The Fetus
339(5)
The Forces of Labor
344(2)
Psychosocial Considerations
346(1)
The Physiology of Labor
347(2)
Premonitory Signs of Labor
349(1)
Differences Between True and False Labor
350(1)
Stages of Labor and Birth
351(4)
Maternal Systemic Response to Labor
355(4)
Fetal Response to Labor
359(2)
16 Intrapartal Nursing Assessment
361(30)
Maternal Assessment
362(1)
One Family's Story Maternal-Fetal Development Chart follows page
362(3)
Intrapartal Assessment Guide: First Stage of Labor
365(7)
Fetal Assessment
372(2)
Procedure 16-1: Performing an Intrapartal Vaginal Examination
374(4)
Procedure 16-2: Auscultating Fetal Heart Rate
378(3)
Procedure 16-3: Electronic Fetal Monitoring
381(10)
17 The Family in Childbirth: Needs and Care
391(33)
Nursing Diagnosis During Labor and Birth
392(1)
Nursing Plan and Implementation During Admission
392(1)
Community in Focus: Midwifery Services in Rural New York
393(3)
Intrapartal Critical Pathway
396(2)
Nursing Plan and Implementation During the First Stage of Labor
398(10)
Nursing Plan and Implementation During the Second Stage of Labor
408(6)
Nursing Plan and Implementation During the Third and Fourth Stages
414(2)
Procedure 17-1: Performing Nasal Pharyngeal Suctioning
416(3)
Procedure 17-2: Evaluating Lochia After Birth
419(1)
Nursing Plan and Implementation During Nurse-Attended Birth
420(2)
Evaluation
422(2)
18 Maternal Analgesia and Anesthesia
424(17)
Methods of Pain Relief
425(1)
Systemic Drugs
425(3)
Regional Analgesia for Labor
428(1)
Regional Anesthesia
428(5)
Critical Pathway for Regional Anesthesia--Lumbar Epidural
433(5)
General Anesthesia
438(1)
Neonatal Neurobehavioral Effects of Anesthesia and Analgesia
439(2)
19 Intrapartal Family at Risk
441(37)
Care of the Woman at Risk Due to Anxiety and Fear
442(1)
Care of the Woman with Dysfunctional Labor
443(4)
Care of the Woman with Postterm Pregnancy
447(2)
Care of the Woman with a Ruptured Uterus
449(1)
Care of the Woman and Fetus at Risk Due to Fetal Malposition
449(1)
Care of the Woman and Fetus at Risk Due to Fetal Malpresentation
450(5)
Care of the Woman and Fetus at Risk Due to Developmental Abnormalities
455(2)
Care of the Woman with a Twin Pregnancy
457(2)
Care of the Woman and Fetus in the Presence of Fetal Distress
459(1)
Care of the Family at Risk Due to Intrauterine Fetal Death
459(2)
Critical Pathway for Fetal Stress
461(2)
Care of the Woman and Fetus at Risk Due to Placental Problems
463(5)
Critical Pathway for Hemorrhage in Third Trimester and at Birth
468(2)
Care of the Woman and Fetus with a Prolapsed Umbilical Cord
470(2)
Care of the Woman and Fetus at Risk Due to Amniotic Fluid-Related Complications
472(2)
Care of the Woman with Cephalopelvic Disproportion (CPD)
474(1)
Care of the Woman at Risk Due to Complications of Third and Fourth Stages
475(3)
20 Obstetric Procedures: The Role of the Nurse
478(19)
Care of the Woman During Version
479(1)
Care of the Woman During an Amniotomy
480(1)
Care of the Woman During Prostaglandin Administration at Term
481(1)
Care of the Woman During Labor Induction
481(2)
Care of the Woman During Amnioinfusion
483(2)
Care of the Woman During an Episiotomy
485(2)
Critical Pathway for Induction of Labor
487(1)
Care of the Woman During Forceps-Assisted Birth
487(4)
Care of the Woman During Vacuum Extraction
491(1)
Care of the Family During Cesarean Birth
491(1)
Community in Focus: ICAN (International Cesarean Awareness Network)
492(3)
Care of the Woman Undergoing Vaginal Birth After Cesarean Birth (VBAC)
495(2)
PART FOUR: THE NEWBORN 497(210)
21 The Physiologic Responses of the Newborn to Birth
498(22)
Respiratory Adaptations
499(3)
Cardiovascular Adaptations
502(3)
Hematopoietic System
505(1)
Temperature Regulation
506(3)
Hepatic Adaptation
509(3)
Gastrointestinal Adaptation
512(2)
Urinary Adaptations
514(1)
Immunologic Adaptations
514(1)
Neurologic and Sensory Perceptual Functioning
515(5)
22 Nursing Assessment of the Newborn
520(47)
Timing of Newborn Assessments
521(1)
Estimation of Gestational Age
522(10)
Physical Assessment
532(17)
Newborn Physical Assessment Guide
549(1)
Newborn Behavioral Assessment
549(1)
Newborn Physical Assessment Guide
550(17)
23 The Normal Newborn: Needs and Care
567(26)
Nursing Diagnosis During Admission and First 4 Hours
568(1)
Nursing Plan and Implementation During Admission and First 4 Hours
568(2)
Newborn Critical Pathway
570(5)
Procedure 23-1: Thermoregulation of the Newborn
575(1)
Procedure 23-2: Installing Ophthalmic Ilotycin Ointment
576(2)
Nursing Diagnosis for Newborn Care During Stay in Birthing Unit
578(1)
Nursing Plan and Implementation of Newborn Care During Stay in Birthing Unit
578(5)
Community in Focus: Center on Fathering
583(8)
Documentation
591(1)
Evaluation
591(2)
24 Newborn Nutrition
593(23)
Nutritional Needs of the Newborn
594(4)
Newborn Feeding
598(2)
Community-Based Nursing Care
600(13)
Nutritional Assessment of the Infant
613(3)
25 The Newborn at Risk: Conditions Present at Birth
616(56)
Identification of At-Risk Newborns
617(1)
Care of the Small-for-Gestational-Age (SGA) Newborn
618(3)
Care of the Large-for-Gestational-Age (LGA) Newborn
621(1)
Critical Pathway for Small-for-Gestational-Age Newborns
622(2)
Care of the Infant of a Diabetic Mother (IDM)
624(2)
Care of the Postterm Infant
626(2)
Care of the Preterm (Premature) Newborn
628(1)
Community in Focus: Follow-up Neonatal Home Care
629(4)
Procedure 25-1: Performing Gavage Feeding
633(7)
Care of the Newborn of a Substance-Abusing Mother
640(4)
Critical Pathway for Newborn of a Substance-Abusing Mother
644(4)
Care of the Newborn with AIDS
648(2)
Critical Pathway for Newborn at Risk for HIV AIDS
650(2)
Care of the Newborn with Congenital Anomalies
652(3)
Care of the Newborn with Congenital Heart Defect
655(3)
Care of the Newborn with Inborn Errors of Metabolism
658(3)
Care of the Family with Birth of an At-Risk Newborn
661(11)
26 The Newborn at Risk: Birth-Related Stressors
672(35)
Care of the Newborn at Risk Due to Asphyxia
673(4)
Care of the Newborn with Respiratory Distress
677(6)
Critical Pathway for Care of Newborn with Respiratory Distress
683(3)
Care of Newborn with Meconium Aspiration Syndrome
686(2)
Care of the Newborn with Cold Stress
688(1)
Care of the Newborn with Hypoglycemia
688(2)
Procedure 26-1: Performing a Heelstick for Glucose Testing
690(2)
Care of the Newborn with Jaundice
692(5)
Critical Pathway for Care of Newborn with Hyperbilirubinemia
697(2)
Care of the Newborn with Hemorrhagic Disease
699(1)
Care of the Newborn with Anemia
699(1)
Care of the Newborn with Polycythemia
700(1)
Care of the Newborn with Infection
701(6)
PART FIVE: POSTPARTUM 707(84)
27 Postpartal Adaptation and Nursing Assessment
708(21)
Postpartal Physical Adaptations
709(3)
Postpartal Psychologic Adaptations
712(4)
Postpartal Nursing Assessment
716(1)
Postpartal Assessment Guide: First 24 Hours After Birth
717(5)
Procedure 27-1: Assessing the Fundus Following Vaginal Birth
722(4)
Assessment of Physical and Developmental Tasks
726(3)
28 The Postpartal Family: Needs and Care
729(20)
Nursing Diagnosis During the Postpartal Period
730(1)
Nursing Plan and Implementation During the Postpartal Period
730(3)
Postpartal Critical Pathway
733(8)
Nursing Plan and Implementation After Cesarean Birth
741(4)
Nursing Plan and Implementation for the Postpartal Adolescent
745(1)
Nursing Plan and Implementation for the Woman Who Is Relinquishing Her Baby
745(1)
Nursing Plan and Implementation for Discharge Information
746(1)
Evaluation
747(2)
29 Home Care of the Postpartal Family
749(17)
Considerations for the Home Visit
751(1)
Purpose of the Home Visit
751(1)
Fostering a Caring Relationship with the Family
751(1)
Planning the Home Visit
752(1)
Maintaining Safety
752(1)
Carrying Out the Home Visit
752(1)
Home Care: The Newborn
752(2)
Community in Focus: Postpartum Home Care Program
754(6)
Home Care: The Mother and Family
760(1)
Postpartal Assessment Guide: First Home Visit and Anticipated Progress at Six Weeks
761(5)
30 The Postpartal Family at Risk
766(25)
Home Care of Postpartal Women
767(1)
Care of the Woman with Postpartal Hemorrhage
767(5)
Care of the Woman with a Postpartal Reproductive Tract Infection
772(3)
Critical Pathway for the Woman with a Puerperal Infection
775(2)
Care of the Woman with Postpartal Thromboembolic Disease
777(1)
Tear-Out Teaching Cards follow page
778(1)
Pulmonary Embolism
779(1)
Critical Pathway for the Woman with Thromboembolic Disease
780(3)
Care of the Woman with a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)
783(2)
Care of the Woman with Mastitis
785(2)
Care of the Woman with a Postpartal Psychiatric Disorder
787(4)
APPENDICES 791(18)
A Common Abbreviations in Maternal-Newborn and Women's Health Nursing 792(2)
B Conversions and Equivalents 794(1)
C The Pregnant Patient's Bill of Rights 795(2)
D AWHONN's (NAACOG's) Standards for the Nursing Care of Women and Newborns 797(4)
E Clinical Estimation of Gestational Age 801(1)
F Actions and Effects of Selected Drugs During Breastfeeding 802(2)
G Projected Recommendations for Isolation Precautions (CDC 1995) 804(2)
H Suggested Answers to Critical Thinking in Action Questions 806(3)
Glossary 809(13)
Art and Photography Credits 822(3)
Index 825
Student Tutorial Instructions inside back cover


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