2 edition of Nursing management of uncomplicated and complicated births found in the catalog.
Nursing management of uncomplicated and complicated births
Carol Keller Bronte
by Medical Media Associates in East Hanover, N.J. (9A Great Meadow Lane, East Hanover 07936)
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 147-150.
|Statement||Carol Keller Bronte.|
|LC Classifications||RG951 .B78 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||150 p. :|
|Number of Pages||150|
|LC Control Number||86060102|
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Carol Keller Bronte has written: 'Nursing management of uncomplicated and complicated births' -- subject(s): Complications, Maternity nursing, Nursing, Obstetrical emergencies, Pregnancy Load More. METHODS: As a result of the challenge, clinical pathways were initiated for vaginal and cesarean section births and for normal newborns.
RESULTS: Successful implementation of the clinical pathways has decreased the average length of stay for uncomplicated deliveries from to days and for normal newborns from to by: 5.
Complications of pyelonephritis during pregnancy: anemia (23%), sepsis (17%), transient renal failure (2%), pulmonary complications (7%) and premature births (rare). See section urinary tract infections in pregnancy.
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What inspired you to write your book targeted at couples expecting twins. “I have a long standing professional interest in twins and multiple pregnancy. InI was asked by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists to convene a Scientific Committee to examine evidence on the way obstetricians and midwives manage twin pregnancy.
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All uncomplicated births are attended by a midwife. An obstetrician will only be involved if there is trouble with the birth. The Netherlands has a low cesarean section rate, as well as a decrease rate of interventions.
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