3 edition of High-risk antepartal home care found in the catalog.
High-risk antepartal home care
Deitra Leonard Lowdermilk
Includes bibliographical references (p. 62-69).
|Statement||Dietra Leonard Lowdermilk, Joy Lea Grohar ; editor, Lynn G. Wellman ; consulting editor, Margaret Comerford Freda.|
|Series||March of Dimes nursing modules|
|Contributions||Grohar, Joy., Wellman, Lynn G., March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation.|
|LC Classifications||RG951 .L68 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||80 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
|LC Control Number||98050868|
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Chapter 7: High-Risk Antepartum Nursing Care Multiple Choice 1. A client on 2 gm/hr of magnesium sulfate has decreased deep tendon reflexes. Identify the priority nursing assessment to ensure client safety.a. Assess uterine contractions continuously.b. Assess fetal heart rate continuously.c. Assess urinary output.d. Assess respiratory rate. ANS: d Feedback a. The Women's Special Care unit at Jacobs Medical Center provides inpatient care for high-risk women who need to be hospitalized before the birth of their children. We specialize in caring for pregnant women with diabetes, high blood pressure or cardiac complications, and in preventing preterm birth and managing fetal conditions or placenta abnormalities such as placenta previa .
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Presented in the convenient, easy-to-use Fast Facts format, the book provides up-to-date information regarding care for both low- and high-risk antepartum and postpartum patients. It encompasses evidence-based practice guidelines and clinical recommendations for routine antepartum assessment and nursing care, care of women with pre-existing conditions prior to pregnancy or complications of pregnancy, routine postpartum assessment and care /5(12).
Get Free full access to all questions/books. Click the link below to open your account. Identify criteria for admission to home care. Identify assessments and interventions for pre-term labor and premature rupture of membranes.
Describe care procedures for bleeding, hypertensive, or cardiac problems in the home setting. Address issues related to diabetes and hyperemesis gravidarum in the home care setting. Because more high-risk women are cared for at home than ever before, high-risk perinatal home care has become an important service (Gill & Katz, x Gill and Katz, Gill, P.J.
and Katz, M. Early detection of preterm labor: Ambulatory home monitoring of uterine activity. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal by: 7. The outcomes in antepartum home-care programs should also be documented. The antepartum health-care needs of high- risk pregnant women will continue to be an important reason for providing home visits and by: 7.
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nursing care of a woman on magnesium sulfate (MgSO4) give loading dose of 4mg at first and then a maintenance dose of 2mg -frequent VS (q minutes during loading dose). Harrison M, Kushner K, Benzics K, Kimak C, Jacobs P, Mitchell B. In-home nursing care for women with high-risk pregnancies: Outcomes and cost.
Obstetrics & Gynecology. ; – Hays B. Nursing care requirements and resource consumption in home health care. Nursing Research. ; – Institute of by: Antepartum Home-Care Services for High-Risk Women Author links open overlay panel Kathleen Dineen RN, PHD, CNM (Assistant Professor) Mary Rossi RN, MS, CNM (Instructor) Betty Lia-hoagberg RN, PHD (Associate Professor) Linda Olson Keller MS (Program Development Specialist)Cited by: 7.
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This new edition contains more than 65 of the most common and high-risk care plans for maternal and newborn nursing care using the nursing process approach.5/5(1). From packaged services to multiple gestations, obstetric (OB)/maternity care coding is no small challenge.
Although the CPT® Manual contains numerous codes that are part of maternity care, they are not necessarily part of the OB global billing package. Maternity OB packages allow physician offices to bill a single CPT code for antepartum, delivery, and postpartum care.
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Antepartum Care In our bed Antepartum Unit, we assure expectant mothers who require hospitalization during their pregnancies receive the very best care. We provide highly specialized care and monitoring to pregnant women with a variety of medical conditions. Presented in the convenient, easy-to-useFast Factsformat, the book provides up-to-date information regarding care for both low- and high-risk antepartum and postpartum patients.
It encompasses evidence-based practice guidelines and clinical recommendations for routine antepartum assessment and nursing care, care of women with pre-existing /5(10).
Coding for obstetric (OB) services can be complicated. When reporting maternity care, you must know what is included in the global OB package. Per CPT® guidelines, the global OB package includes “uncomplicated care” to the patient in the antepartum period, the delivery, and through the postpartum period.Maternal-Newborn Nursing: The Critical Components of Nursing Care.
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