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Contents Unit One Introduction to Maternity, Newborn, and Women¿s Nursing Chapter 1 Perspectives on Maternal, Newborn, andWomen¿s Health Care Evolution of Maternal and Newborn Nursing Early Development Current Trends Core Concepts of Maternal, Newborn, and Women¿s Health Nursing Family-Centered Care Evidence-Based, Case-Managed Care Health Status Mortality Morbidity Factors Affecting Maternal, Newborn, and Women¿s Health Family Genetics Society Culture Health Care Cost Containment Improvements in Diagnosis and Treatments Empowerment of Health Care Consumers Barriers to Health Care Finances Transportation Language and Culture Health Care Delivery System Legal and Ethical Issues in Maternal, Newborn, and Women¿s Health Care Abortion Substance Abuse Fetal Therapy Informed Consent Confidentiality Implications for Nurses Chapter 2 Family-Centered Community-Based Care Family-Centered Care Community-Based Care Community Health Nursing Levels of Prevention in Community-Based Nursing Cultural Issues in Community-Based Nursing Use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine Community-Based Nursing Care Settings Prenatal Care Labor and Birth Care Postpartum and Newborn Care Women¿s Health Care Roles and Functions of the Community-Based Nurse Communicator Direct Care Provider Educator Discharge Planner and Case Manager Advocate and Resource Manager Unit Two Women¿s Health Throughout the Lifespan Chapter 3 Anatomy and Physiology of the Reproductive System Female Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology Internal Female Reproductive Organs External Female Reproductive Organs Erection, Lubrication, and Orgasm Breasts The Female Reproductive Cycle Ovarian Cycle Endometrial Cycle Menstrual Cycle Hormones Male Reproductive System Internal Male Reproductive Organs External Male Reproductive Organs Erection, Orgasm, and Ejaculation Chapter 4 Common Reproductive Issues Menstrual Disorders Amenorrhea Dysmenorrhea Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding Premenstrual Syndrome Endometriosis Infertility Etiology and Risk Factors Assessment Treatment Nursing Management Contraception Behavioral Methods Barrier Methods Hormonal Methods Abortion Sterilization Nursing Management Menopause Assessment Treatment Nursing Management Summary Chapter 5 Sexually Transmitted Infections Infections Characterized by Vaginal Discharge Vulvovaginal Candidiasis Trichomoniasis Bacterial Vaginosis Nursing Management Infections Characterized by Cervicitis Chlamydia Gonorrhea Nursing Management Infections Characterized by Genital Ulcers Genital Herpes Simplex Syphilis Nursing Management Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Clinical Manifestations and Diagnosis Treatment Nursing Management Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Clinical Manifestations Diagnosis Treatment Nursing Management Human Papillomavirus Clinical Manifestations Diagnosis Treatment Nursing Management Vaccine-Preventable STIs Hepatitis A and B Ectoparasitic Infections Prevention of Sexually Transmitted Infections Behavior Modification Contraception Chapter 6 Disorders of the Breasts Benign Breast Disorders Fibrocystic Breast Changes Fibroadenomas Intraductal Papilloma Mammary Duct Ectasia Mastitis Malignant Breast Disorder Risk Factors Clinical Manifestations Pathophysiology Diagnostic Studies Therapeutic Management Nursing Management for the Patient With Breast Cancer Assessment Nursing Diagnosis Nursing Interventions Summary Chapter 7 Benign Disorders of the Female Reproductive Tract Pelvic Support Disorders Pelvic Organ Prolapse Urinary Incontinence Benign Growths Polyps Uterine Fibroids Ovarian Cysts Summary Chapter 8 Cancers of the Female Reproductive Tract Cervical Cancer Pathophysiology Etiology and Risk Factors Clinical Manifestations Diagnosis Treatment Nursing Management Endometrial Cancer Pathophysiology Etiology and Risk Factors Clinical Manifestations and Diagnosis Treatment Nursing Management Ovarian Cancer Etiology and Risk Factors Clinical Manifestations and Diagnosis Treatment Nursing Management Vaginal Cancer Etiology and Risk Factors Clinical Manifestations and Diagnosis Treatment and Nursing Management Vulvar Cancer Etiology and Risk Factors Clinical Manifestations and Diagnosis Treatment Nursing Management Nursing Management Overview for Women With Cancer of the Reproductive Tract Assessment Nursing Diagnosis Nursing Interventions Chapter 9 Violence and Abuse Intimate Partner Violence Incidence Background Characteristics of Abuse Types of Abuse Myths and Facts About Intimate Partner Violence Abuse Profiles Violence During Pregnancy Sexual Violence Characteristics and Types of Sexual Violence Impact of Sexual Violence Nursing Management Assessment Nursing Diagnosis Interventions Summary Unit Three Pregnancy Chapter 10 Fetal Development and Genetics Fetal Development Preembryonic Stage Embryonic Stage Fetal Stage Fetal Circulation Genetics Advances in Genetics Inheritance Patterns of Inheritance Chromosomal Abnormalities Genetic Evaluation and Counseling Nursing Roles and Responsibilities Chapter 11 Maternal Adaptation During Pregnancy Signs and Symptoms of Pregnancy Subjective (Presumptive) Signs Objective (Probable) Signs Positive Signs Physiologic Adaptations During Pregnancy Reproductive System Adaptations General Body System Adaptations Psychosocial Adaptations During Pregnancy Maternal Emotional Responses Maternal Role Tasks Pregnancy and Sexuality Pregnancy and the Partner Pregnancy and Siblings Chapter 12 Nursing Management During Pregnancy Preconception Care Nursing Management The First Prenatal Visit Comprehensive Health History Physical Examination Laboratory Tests Follow-Up Visits Fundal Height Measurement Fetal Movement Determination Fetal Heart Rate Measurement Follow-Up Visit Intervals and Assessments Assessment of Fetal Well-Being Ultrasonography Doppler Flow Studies Alpha-Fetoprotein Analysis Marker Screening Tests Amniocentesis Chorionic Villus Sampling Percutaneous Umbilical Blood Sampling Nonstress Test Contraction Stress Test Biophysical Profile Nursing Management to Promote Self-Care Personal Hygiene Clothing Exercise Sleep and Rest Sexual Activity and Sexuality Employment Travel Immunizations and Medications Nursing Management for the Common Discomforts of Pregnancy First-Trimester Discomforts Nausea and Vomiting Second-Trimester Discomforts Third-Trimester Discomforts Nursing Management to Meet Nutritional Needs Nutritional Requirements Maternal Weight Gain Nutrition Promotion Special Nutritional Considerations Perinatal Education Childbirth Education Classes Nursing Management and Childbirth Education Options for Birth Care Providers Preparation for Bottle- or Breast-Feeding Preparation for Labor and Birth Danger Signs of Pregnancy Unit Four Labor and Birth Chapter 13 Labor and Birth Process Initiation of Labor Premonitory Signs of Labor Cervical Changes Lightening Increased Energy Level Bloody Show Braxton Hicks Contractions Spontaneous Rupture of Membranes True Versus False Labor Factors Affecting the Labor Process Passageway Passenger Powers Psychological Response Position (Maternal) Philosophy Partners Patience Patient Preparation Pain Control Physiologic Responses to Labor Maternal Responses Fetal Responses Stages of Labor First Stage Second Stage Third Stage Fourth Stage Chapter 14 Nursing Management During Labor and Birth Admission Assessments Maternal Health History Physical Examination Laboratory Studies Evaluation of Labor Progress Maternal Assessment Fetal Assessment Comfort Promotion and Pain Management Nonpharmacologic Measures Pharmacologic Measures Nursing Management During Labor and Birth Nursing Management During the First Stage of Labor Nursing Management During the Second Stage of Labor Nursing Management During the Third Stage of Labor Nursing Management During the Fourth Stage of Labor Unit Five Postpartum Period Chapter 15 Maternal Adaptation During the Postpartum Period Maternal Physiologic Adaptations Reproductive System Adaptations Cardiovascular System Adaptations Urinary System Adaptations Gastrointestinal System Adaptations Musculoskeletal System Adaptations Integumentary System Adaptations Respiratory System Adaptations Endocrine System Adaptations Psychological Adaptations Maternal Adaptations Paternal Adaptations Chapter 16 Nursing Management During the Postpartum Period Nursing Management During the Postpartum Period Assessment Nursing Interventions Unit Six The Newborn Chapter 17 Newborn Adaptation Physiologic Adaptations Cardiovascular System Adaptations Respiratory System Adaptations Body Temperature Regulation Hepatic System Function Gastrointestinal System Adaptations Renal System Changes Immune System Adaptations Integumentary System Neurologic System Adaptations Behavioral Adaptations Behavioral Patterns Newborn Behavioral Responses Chapter 18 Nursing Management of the Newborn Nursing Management During the Immediate Newborn Period Assessment Nursing Interventions Nursing Management During the Early Newborn Period Assessment Nursing Interventions Unit Seven Childbearing at Risk Chapter 19 Nursing Management of Pregnancy at Risk: Pregnancy-Related Complications Bleeding During Pregnancy Spontaneous Abortion Ectopic Pregnancy Gestational Trophoblastic Disease Cervical Insufficiency Placenta Previa Abruptio Placenta Hyperemesis Gravidarum Causes Clinical Manifestations Treatment Nursing Management Gestational Hypertension Classifications Causes Pathophysiologic Events Clinical Manifestations Management Nursing Management HELLP Syndrome Causes Clinical Manifestations Treatment Nursing Management Gestational Diabetes Blood Incompatibility Nursing Management Hydramnios Causes Clinical Manifestations Treatment Nursing Management Oligohydramnios Causes Clinical Manifestations Treatment Nursing Management Multiple Gestation Clinical Manifestations Treatment Nursing Management Premature Rupture of Membranes Cause Clinical Manifestations Treatment Nursing Management Preterm Labor Cause Clinical Manifestations Treatment Nursing Management Chapter 20 Nursing Management of the Pregnancy at Risk: Selected Health Conditions and Vulnerable Populations Diabetes Mellitus Classification of Diabetes Effects of Diabetes on Pregnancy Pregestational Diabetes Gestational Diabetes Nursing Management Cardiovascular Disorders Effects of Heart Disease on Pregnancy Classification of Heart Disease Clinical Manifestations Congenital Heart Conditions Acquired Heart Disease Treatment Nursing Management Chronic Hypertension Respiratory Conditions Asthma Tuberculosis Hematologic Conditions Iron Deficiency Anemia Thalassemia Sickle Cell Anemia Infections Cytomegalovirus Rubella Herpes Simplex Virus Hepatitis B Virus Varicella Zoster virus Parvovirus B19 Group B Streptococcus Toxoplasmosis Special Populations at Risk Pregnant Adolescent The Pregnant Woman Over Age 35 Women Who Are HIV Positive The Pregnant Woman With Substance Abuse Chapter 21 Nursing Management of Labor and Birth at Risk Dysfunctional Labor Problems With the Powers Problems With the Passenger Problems With the Passageway Problems With Psyche Nursing Management Postterm Labor and Birth Nursing Management Women Requiring Induction and Augmentation of Labor Considerations for Induction Nursing Management Intrauterine Fetal Demise Nursing Management Obstetric Emergencies Umbilical Cord Prolapse Placental Abruption Uterine Rupture Amniotic Fluid Embolism Women Requiring Birth-Related Procedures Amnioinfusion Forceps- or Vacuum-Assisted Birth Cesarean Birth Vaginal Birth After Cesarean Chapter 22 Nursing Management of the Postpartum Woman at Risk Postpartum Hemorrhage Etiology Nursing Management Thromboembolic Conditions Etiology Nursing Management Postpartum Infection Etiology Clinical Manifestations Metritis Wound Infections Urinary Tract Infections Mastitis Nursing Management Postpartum Emotional Disorders Postpartum or Baby Blues Postpartum Depression Postpartum Psychosis Nursing Management Unit Eight The Newborn at Risk Chapter 23 Nursing Care of the Newborn With Special Needs Birthweight Variations Small-for-Gestational-Age Newborns Large-for-Gestational-Age Newborns Nursing Management of the Newborn With Birthweight Variations Gestational Age Variations Postterm Newborn Preterm Newborn Nursing Management of the Newborn With Gestational Age Variations Chapter 24 Nursing Management of the Newborn at Risk: Acquired and Congenital Newborn Conditions Acquired Disorders Neonatal Asphyxia Transient Tachypnea of the Newborn Respiratory Distress Syndrome Meconium Aspiration Syndrome Persistent Pulmonary Hypertension of the Newborn Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia Retinopathy of Prematurity Periventricular¿Intraventricular Hemorrhage Necrotizing Enterocolitis Infants of Diabetic Mothers Birth Trauma Newborns of Substance-Abusing Mothers Hyperbilirubinemia Newborn Infections Congenital Conditions Congenital Heart Disease Neural Tube Defects Microcephalus Hydrocephalus Choanal Atresia Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia Cleft Lip and Palate Esophageal Atresia and Tracheoesophageal Fistula Omphalocele and Gastroschisis Imperforate Anus Hypospadias Epispadias Bladder Exstrophy Congenital Clubfoot Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip Inborn Errors of Metabolism Glossary Answers to Worksheet Questions Appendix A: Standard Laboratory Values Appendix B: Clinical Paths Appendix C: Cervical Dilation Chart Appendix D: Weight Conversion Charts Appendix E: Breast-Feeding and Medication Use Index
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Pregnancy Complications -- nursing.