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PEARSON REVIEWS & RATIONALES: MATERNAL-NEWBORN NURSING WITH MYNURSINGREVIEW, 3/e provides a clear, concentrated, and up-to-date review of today's "need to know" knowledge for effective maternal and newborn nursing. Developed and reviewed by a large team of nurse educators, it is fully reflective of the current (2010) NCLEX-RNŽ Test Plan. The text thoroughly covers family-centered care during normal and complicated experiences in the prenatal, labor and delivery, postpartal, and neonatal periods. Additional chapters focus on ethical, legal, and cultural considerations; reproduction, fertility, and infertility; family planning and contraception; fetal development; laboratory and diagnostic testing; and issues of loss and grief in maternity nursing. This text's complete support package includes access to additional questions and the complete eText online, and a tear-out NursingNotes card for clinical reference and quick review.
MaryAnn Hogan, MSN, RN has been a nurse educatorfor more than 25 years, currently as a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She has taught in diploma, associate degree, and baccalaureate nursing programs. A former item writer for the CAT NCLEX-RN, Ms. Hogan has been teaching review courses throughout New England for more than 20 years. She has also contributed to a number of publications in the areas of adult health, pharmacology, and fundamentals of nursing. She is a member of the American Nurses Association and Sigma Theta Tau, the International Honor Society for Nursing.
Table of Contents
|Introduction to Maternity Nursing||p. 1|
|Reproduction, Fertility, and Infertility||p. 28|
|Family Planning and Contraception||p. 43|
|Fetal Development||p. 68|
|The Normal Prenatal Experience||p. 90|
|Common Laboratory and Diagnostic Tests||p. 109|
|The Complicated Prenatal Experience||p. 130|
|The Normal Labor and Delivery Experience||p. 154|
|The Complicated Labor and Delivery Experience||p. 174|
|The Normal Postpartal Experience||p. 199|
|The Complicated Postpartal Experience||p. 215|
|The Normal Newborn Experience||p. 236|
|The Complicated Newborn Experience||p. 252|
|Issues of Loss and Grief in Maternity Nursing||p. 279|
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