Designed to meet the needs of todayas students, Lowdermilkas Maternity Nursing, 8th Edition - Revised Reprint addresses the fundamentals of maternity nursing with a concise, focused presentation of the care of women during the childbearing years. Integrating considerations for family, culture, and health promotion into the continuum of care, it also addresses community-based care to emphasize that nursing care takes place in many settings. Maternity Nursing focuses on childbearing issues and concerns, including care of the newborn, as well as wellness promotion and management of common womenas health problems. Critical thinking exercises present case studies of real-life situations and corresponding critical thinking questions to help you develop your analytical skills. NEW! A helpful appendix identifies text content that reflects the QSEN competencies - patient-centered care, teamwork and collaboration, evidence-based practice, quality improvement, safety, and informatics - to assist you in developing competencies to provide safe and effective nursing care. NEW! Focus on the family recognizes the nurseas need to integrate the family in the care of the mother and newborn and the importance of the role of the mother to the wellbeing of the family. NEW! Content updates throughout, including information on the late preterm infant and associated concerns such as feeding; guidelines on prioritization and delegation where relevant; and centering pregnancy, a new model of health care that brings women together in groups for their care. NEW! Evidence-based practice content focuses your attention on how to use current research to improve patient outcomes. NEW! Improved readability helps you learn more efficiently with shorter, more focused content discussions. NEW! 21st Century Maternity Nursing: Culturally Competent, Community Focused chapter combines introductory material, culture, and community into one chapter to help you focus on key content and concepts. NEW! Streamlined content highlights the most essential, need-to-know information.signs of POTENTIAL COMPLICATIONS Induced Abortion Call your health care provider if you have any of the following signs: ac Fever ... days ac Foulsmelling vaginal discharge ac Severe abdominal pain, cramping, or backache ac Abdominal tenderness (when pressure applied) ... The woman can expect her menstrual period to resume 4 to 6 weeks from the day of the procedure. ... Medical abortions are available for use in the United States for up to 9 weeks after the last menstrual period.
|Title||:||Maternity Nursing - Revised Reprint|
|Author||:||Deitra Leonard Lowdermilk, Shannon E. Perry, Mary Catherine Cashion|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier Health Sciences - 2014-04-14|