Maternal and Child Health Nursing

All our study guides and nursing care plans related to maternal and child health nursing which covers prenatal care, pregnancy and labor, care of the newborn, complications of pregnancy, and postnatal care.

Neurologic Disorders in Pregnancy

Learn the nursing care of a woman with neurologic disorders: seizure disorder, myasthenia gravis, and multiple sclerosis.

Gastrointestinal & Renal Diseases in Pregnancy

There are several gastrointestinal discomforts that a pregnant woman experiences, yet there are some symptoms that might indicate a worsening condition.


Abortion is a medical term for the disruption of a pregnancy before the fetus reaches its viable age of more than 20 to 24 weeks of gestation or weighs at least 500g.

Cardiovascular & Hematologic Diseases in Pregnancy

Serious complications could arise from cardiovascular diseases during pregnancy.

Sudden Pregnancy Complications

Sudden pregnancy complications might occur, and the health care providers must be prompt in attending to a woman who undergoes this problem along the way.

Care of the Newborn

As their healthcare provider, we are the ones who handled them primarily the moment they were delivered, so it is up to us to give the best primary care to these little angels before we hand them over to their parents.

Breastfeeding 101

As healthcare providers, we should educate mothers on why breastfeeding should be their priority and how it can benefit both the mother and the baby.

Psychological Changes in Pregnancy

The various changes that a woman undergoes during pregnancy entirely sweep the entirety of the human body.

Physiological Changes in Pregnancy

A woman certainly undergoes a lot of changes during pregnancy. Some gain changes permanently, others have changes that are very subtle.

The Newborn

Everyone is anxious about the health of the little one, so it is best to know the normal profile and activities of the newborn.