Contemporary Maternal-Newborn Nursing Care / Patricia A. Wieland Ladewig, Marcia L. London, Michele R. Davidson.
Contributor(s): London, Marcia L | Davidson, Michele RMaterial type: TextPublisher: New York : Pearson, 2010 c2010Edition: 7th edDescription: xxi, 984 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 29 cmISBN: 9780135025857; 0135025850Subject(s): Maternity nursing | Maternal-Child NursingDDC classification: 618.20231 LOC classification: RG951 | .L33 2010
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Includes 24 perforated client-family teaching cards on 2 foldout pages and 1 folded color plate.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contemporary maternal-newborn care -- Culture and the childbearing family -- Reproductive anatomy and physiology -- Conception and fetal development -- Health promotion for women -- Common gynecologic problems -- Families with special reproductive concerns -- Preparation for parenthood -- Physical and psychologic changes of pregnancy -- Antepartal nursing assessment -- The expectant family : needs and care -- Maternal nutrition -- Adolescent pregnancy -- Assessment of fetal well-being -- Pregnancy at risk : pregestational problems -- Pregnancy at risk : gestational onset -- Processes and stages of labor and birth -- Intrapartal nursing assessment -- The family in childbirth : needs and care -- Pharmacologic management of pain -- Childbirth at risk : pre-labor complications -- Childbirth at risk : labor-related complications -- Birth-related procedures -- The physiologic responses of the newborn to birth -- Nursing assessment of the newborn -- Normal newborn : needs and care -- Newborn nutrition -- The newborn at risk : conditions present at birth -- The newborn at risk : birth-related stressors -- Pospartal adaptation and nursing assessment -- The postpartal family : needs and care -- Home care of the postpartal family -- The postpartal family at risk.