This new edition of a highly respected classic for nursing management of common gynecological conditions continues to provide well-organized, concise, evidence-based practice guidelines for use in community and ambulatory settings. It has been written by nurse practitioners with over 90 years of combined experience in women's health, and integrates the knowledge of noted experts for each topic. This 10th edition has been completely updated to provide new information and guidelines for nursing care of women across the age span. Included are new guidelines for contraception, menopause, sexuallyIt is helpful to have someone accompany you when you are evaluated for a medical abortion 2. ... Normal physical activities may be resumed as soon as you feel ready 5. ... It is okay to take acetaminophen (Tylenol, Datril, Tempra, Valadol, Valorin, Acephen) for cramps, or ibuprofen 800 mg (Motrin, ... Do not douche at all and do not use tampons for 2 to 3 weeks after the procedure, or until you stop bleeding. 7. Bleeding will probably cease after 3 to 4 days, but may last up to 3 weeks.
|Title||:||Guidelines for Nurse Practitioners in Gynecologic Settings, Tenth Edition|
|Author||:||Joellen W. Hawkins, Diane M. Roberto-Nichols, J. Lynn Stanley-Haney|
|Publisher||:||Springer Publishing Company - 2011-09-23|