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Here are another 50 questions about Maternal and Child Health Nursing!
Pregnant adolescents have greater risks of complications than the average pregnant woman.
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.
After the very exhausting phase of giving birth, the newborn is not the only one who needs to be taken care of.
As the postpartum period sets in, changes will start to set in slowly and gradually, and the woman must be armed with information so she would be able to deal with these life changes.
A feeling of sadness that occurs for more than a year after the postpartum period and interferes with the normal functions of the mother is called postpartum depression.
This nursing exam covers topics about drugs associated with hormonal therapies and reproduction. Test your knowledge with this 20-item exam for the NCLEX.
This is a 50-item NCLEX-style examination that will test your critical thinking regarding the different concepts in nursing.
You're almost halfway in this exam series! This is the 6th part of the NCLEX practice exam covering random nursing concepts (just like how it's in the NCLEX). This exam has 50 items with a hefty chunk of questions about labor and delivery, emergency room nursing, and disaster management.
A 55-item examination, NCLEX style, that challenges your knowledge about Postpartum Care. This will tackle topics nurses should learn about mothers prior to their discharge. Yes, including lochia... excessive lochia!