Here are four (4) nursing care plans (NCP) for dysfunctional labor (dystocia).
Here are three (3) nursing care plans (NCP) for prenatal infection:
Here are five (5) perinatal loss nursing care plans.
The development of a child mostly takes place in the early years of his life.
Just like any surgical procedure, cesarean birth also has its systemic effects.
Pregnant adolescents have greater risks of complications than the average pregnant woman.
High-risk pregnancies are those concurrent disorders, pregnancy-related complications, or external factors that endanger the health of the woman and the fetus. Nurses must have the awareness regarding these diseases so they can act swiftly during these emergencies.
The cord and the placenta are always being assessed for anomalies after birth.
Cesarean birth becomes the birth method of choice, which is entirely different from vaginal birth, so from assessment until discharge, healthcare professionals holistically adjust the care plan to accommodate the woman anticipating cesarean birth.
Getting through labor is one of the most anticipated events during a woman’s pregnancy. To avoid complications during labor, thorough assessment should be conducted by the health care providers early during the woman’s pregnancy.