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Table of Contents
|Introduction to Maternity & Women's Health Care|
|Contemporary Maternity Nursing and Women's Health Care||p. 1|
|Community Care: The Family and Culture||p. 5|
|Alternative and Complementary Therapies||p. 21|
|Assessment and Health Promotion||p. 25|
|Violence Against Women||p. 39|
|Reproductive System Concerns||p. 47|
|Sexually Transmitted and Other Infections||p. 57|
|Contraception and Abortion||p. 65|
|Problems of the Breast||p. 81|
|Structural Disorders and Neoplasms of the Reproductive System||p. 87|
|Conception and Fetal Development||p. 95|
|Anatomy and Physiology of Pregnancy||p. 101|
|Maternal and Fetal Nutrition||p. 109|
|Nursing Care During Pregnancy||p. 117|
|Childbirth and Perinatal Education||p. 129|
|Labor and Birth Processes||p. 135|
|Management of Discomfort||p. 141|
|Fetal Assessment During Labor||p. 149|
|Nursing Care During Labor||p. 157|
|Postpartum Physiology||p. 169|
|Nursing Care of the Postpartum Woman||p. 173|
|Transition to Parenthood||p. 183|
|Physiologic and Behavioral Adaptations of the Newborn||p. 191|
|Nursing Care of the Newborn||p. 199|
|Newborn Nutrition and Feeding||p. 207|
|Care of the Newborn at Home||p. 217|
|Complications of Pregnancy|
|Assessment for Risk Factors||p. 221|
|Hypertensive Disorders in Pregnancy||p. 229|
|Antepartal Hemorrhagic Disorders||p. 237|
|Endocrine and Metabolic Disorders||p. 245|
|Medical-Surgical Problems in Pregnancy||p. 255|
|Obstetric Critical Care||p. 263|
|Mental Health Disorders and Substance Abuse||p. 269|
|Labor and Birth Complications||p. 277|
|Postpartum Complications||p. 289|
|Acquired Problems of the Newborn||p. 295|
|Hemolytic Disorders and Congenital Anomalies||p. 305|
|Nursing Care of the High Risk Newborn||p. 313|
|Grieving the Loss of a Newborn||p. 323|
|Answer Key||p. 329|
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