Maternal and Child Health Nursing

Topics regarding maternal and child health nursing which cover prenatal care, pregnancy and labor, care of the newborn, complications of pregnancy, and postnatal care.

Problems with Fetal Position, Presentation, Size, & Passage

A pregnant woman would always want the best for the fetus growing inside of her.

Care of the Woman with Complications during Labor

When a disease or condition complicates the labor process, it is already up to the skills of the healthcare providers to clear the way for a safe labor despite the painful sensations the woman must go through.

Stages of Labor

Promoting the health of women in labor is one active way of reducing maternal mortality and ensuring universal access to reproductive health services.

The Pregnant Woman with Special Needs

A pregnant woman who has a special need needs more attention and care than an average woman warrants.

The Pregnant Woman with Physical and Mental Challenges

With the advent of technology, women who are physically and mentally challenged are given more ease during pregnancy and childbirth with the guidance of their healthcare providers.

Female Reproductive System Anatomy and Physiology

Learn about the Female Reproductive System in this Study Guide

Musculoskeletal Disorders and Mental Illness in Pregnancy

A pregnant woman needs to be healthy in both the mind and the body to survive her pregnancy. To maintain her over-all well being, caregivers must collaborate with each other for a more holistic and effective care to make sure that the woman and the fetus are both safe.

Trauma in Pregnancy

Planning the care of a pregnant woman who experienced trauma should be one of the skills of a healthcare provider, for this may happen rarely but unexpectedly.

Respiratory and Endocrine Disorders in Pregnancy

Pregnancy is both a wonderful and dangerous thing to undergo. Our body sometimes acts in whimsical ways, so as nurses, we should be there to guide and educate our clients accordingly during their journey throughout pregnancy.

Newborn Reflexes

Reflexes aid newborns to survive while they have limited control over their body. These also provide health clues, which is why assessment of the neuromuscular function is part of the general newborn examination.

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