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Midwifery : community-based care during the childbearing year / Linda V. Walsh.

Author:
Walsh, Linda V. [Browse]
Format:
Book
Language:
English
Published/​Created:
Philadelphia, PA : Saunders, 2001.
Description:
xxi, 550 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Bibliographic references:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:
  • Unit I. Maternal-Infant Care in the Community. 1. Midwifery - a Community-Based Model of Care for Childbearing Women. 2. Clinical Epidemiology in Maternal-Child Health -- Unit II. Healthy Pregnancy. 3. Anatomy of the Female Reproductive Tract. 4. Menstrual Cycle and Conception. 5. Growth and Development of the Fetus and Placenta. 6. Maternal Anatomic and Physiologic Adaptations in Pregnancy. 7. Diagnosis and Dating of Pregnancy. 8. Components of Prenatal Care. 9. Screening for Maternal Risk Factors During Pregnancy. 10. Common Discomforts and Behavior Modifications in Pregnancy. 11. Nutritional Needs and Counseling During Pregnancy. 12. Psychologic, Emotional, and Social Aspects of Pregnancy. 13. Screening for Fetal Health. 14. Midwives As Teachers: the 5-Minute Curriculum. 15. Perinatal Care Among Diverse Populations of Women -- Unit III. Labor, Birth, and Postpartum Period. 16. Anatomic and Physiologic Aspects of Labor and Birth. 17. Mechanisms of Labor.
  • 18. Maintenance of Comfort and Management of Pain. 19. First-Stage Labor. 20. Second-Stage Labor. 21. Third-Stage Labor. 22. Immediate Postpartum Period. 23. Healthy Newborn. 24. Fourth Trimester -- Unit IV. Collaborative Care of Complications During Pregnancy. 25. Medical Complications During Pregnancy. 26. Obstetric Complications in the Prenatal Period. 27. Complications of Labor and Delivery. 28. Complications of the Postpartum Period -- Unit V. Maintaining Quality Maternal-Infant Health Care. 29. Ethical Aspects of Care. 30. Continuous Quality Improvement in Maternal-Infant Care. 31. Maintaining Midwifery in a Rapidly Changing Health Care Environment. App. A. Repairing Lacerations and Episiotomies.
Subject(s):
ISBN:
0721647162
LCCN:
2001020138
OCLC:
45890404
RCP:
C - S