Nurse-Midwifery Handbook : A Practical Guide to Prenatal and Postpartum Care (2 SPI)

Nurse-Midwifery Handbook : A Practical Guide to Prenatal and Postpartum Care (2 SPI)

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Table of Contents

PART 1 Preconception Counseling                    1  (44)
Health and Health-Related Information 3 (31)
Communication Skills 3 (2)
Barriers to Good Communication 4 (1)
Maternal Age 5 (1)
Menstrual History 5 (2)
Personal Medical History 7 (5)
Organic Disease 7 (4)
Sexually Transmitted Infections 11 (1)
Obstetric History 12 (1)
Risks To Health 13 (5)
Smoking 13 (1)
Alcohol 14 (3)
Illicit Drugs 17 (1)
Prescription Medicine, Over-the-Counter 18 (2)
Drugs, and Herbal Products
Environmental Exposures 20 (1)
Psychosocial History 21 (4)
History of Abuse 21 (4)
Family History 25 (5)
Racial and Ethnic Background 25 (3)
Family Medical History 28 (1)
Family Obstetrical History 28 (1)
Substance Abuse in Family Members 29 (1)
The Baby's Father 30 (1)
Laboratory Testing 30 (4)
Health Education 34 (11)
The Menstrual Cycle and Fertility 34 (1)
The Influence of Contraceptive Methods on 34 (1)
Conception
Important Health Practices Before Conception 35 (4)
Prevention of Neural Tube Defects 35 (1)
Consultation With a Specialist: DES 36 (1)
Daughters and Women With Chronic Disease
Exposure to X-rays 36 (1)
Cigarettes, Alcohol, and Drugs 37 (1)
Medicines and Dietary Supplements 37 (1)
Caffeine 38 (1)
Toxoplasmosis Infection 38 (1)
Potentially Dangerous Pets 39 (1)
Exposure to Heat 39 (1)
Vaginal Douching 39 (1)
General Recommendations for Good Health 39 (3)
Nutrition 39 (2)
Exercise 41 (1)
Environmental Toxins 41 (1)
Immunizations 41 (1)
Seat Belts 42 (1)
Options for Birth Attendant and Place of 42 (3)
Birth
PART 2 The Initial Prenatal Visit 45 (138)
The Initial Prenatal Visit History 47 (53)
Cultural Competence 49 (1)
Interpreters 50 (2)
Maternal Age 52 (1)
Menstrual History 52 (2)
Contraceptive History 54 (1)
Obstetric History 54 (8)
Interpregnancy Interval 56 (1)
Gestational Age 57 (1)
Place of Birth 57 (1)
Type of Delivery 57 (1)
Length of Labor 58 (1)
Use of Analgesia and Anesthesia 58 (1)
Episiotomy and Lacerations 58 (1)
Birth Weight 59 (1)
Gender 59 (1)
Type of Provider 60 (1)
Complications 60 (1)
Current Health and Location of Children 60 (1)
Perception of Previous Pregnancy and 60 (1)
Birth Experiences
Loss of a Child 61 (1)
Medical History 62 (3)
Organic Disease 62 (1)
Mental Illness 62 (3)
Gynecologic History 65 (2)
Human Papilloma Virus 66 (1)
Herpes 66 (1)
Surgery, Accidents, and Hospitalizations 67 (2)
Breast Surgery 68 (1)
Pharmacologic Treatment 69 (3)
Prescription Drugs 69 (1)
Complementary and Alternative Medicine 70 (2)
Family History 72 (1)
The Baby's Father 72 (1)
Foreign Travel Or Residence 73 (1)
Sexual History 73 (3)
How to Ask Questions About Sex 74 (1)
History of Physical, Emotional, and 75 (1)
Sexual Abuse
Screening For Abuse 76 (2)
Physical Abuse 76 (1)
Sexual Abuse 77 (1)
Environmental Exposures 78 (2)
Exposure to Lead 78 (1)
Volatile Organic Compounds 79 (1)
Pesticides 79 (1)
X-rays During the Current Pregnancy 79 (1)
Habits Undermining Health 80 (7)
Smoking Cigarettes 80 (3)
Substance Abuse 83 (4)
Social History 87 (5)
Family Constellation 87 (1)
Living Situation 88 (1)
Sources of Support 89 (1)
Sources of Stress 89 (1)
Occupation 89 (2)
Education, Interests, Hobbies, and Goals 91 (1)
Religious Preference 92 (1)
Pets 92 (1)
Weapons 93 (1)
Good Health Habits 93 (7)
Breast and Skin Examinations 93 (1)
Immunizations 93 (1)
Nutrition 94 (1)
Exercise 95 (5)
The Physical Examination 100(23)
Height 100(1)
Weight 101(1)
Blood Pressure 101(1)
The Skin 102(1)
The Thyroid Gland 103(1)
The Lungs 103(1)
The Heart 103(1)
The Breasts 104(5)
Mammary Agenesis 107(1)
The Nipples 108(1)
The Abdomen 109(2)
Fetal Heart Tones 109(2)
Fundal Height 111(1)
The Extremities 111(1)
The Pelvic Examination 112(6)
The ``Educational'' Pelvic 113(1)
The External Genitalia 114(2)
The Vagina and Cervix 116(1)
Obtaining Specimens 117(1)
Bimanual Examination of the Uterus 118(1)
Clinical Pelvimetry 118(3)
Dating the Pregnancy 121(2)
Laboratory Tests and Diagnostic Procedures 123(51)
Routine Laboratory Tests in Pregnancy 123(31)
Urine Testing With Reagent Strips 123(4)
Blood Tests 127(15)
Tests of Cervical and Vaginal Secretions 142(6)
Serum Screening for Birth Defects 148(2)
Screening for Gestational Diabetes 150(4)
Mellitus
Special Laboratory Tests 154(8)
Sickle Cell Screening 154(1)
Hemoglobin Electrophoresis 154(1)
Varicella 154(2)
Type-2 Herpes Simplex Virus 156(1)
Thyroid-Stimulating Hormone 156(1)
Tuberculosis 157(1)
Group B Streptococcus 158(1)
Genetic Testing 159(3)
Fetal Fibronectin 162(1)
Ultrasound Examinations 162(5)
Ultrasound Examination for Dating 163(1)
Anomalies 164(2)
Cervical Length 166(1)
Vasa Previa 166(1)
Uterine Leiomyomas 167(1)
Ultrasound for Psychological Reasons 167(1)
Antepartal Fetal Surveillance 167(7)
The Nonstress Test 167(1)
The Contraction Stress Test 168(1)
Measurement of Amniotic Fluid Volume: The 168(3)
Amniotic Fluid Index
Biophysical Profile 171(3)
Health Education at the Initial Prenatal Visit 174(9)
Danger Signs 174(1)
Communication Between Midwife and Patient 175(2)
What to Avoid 177(1)
Tips for a Healthier Pregnancy 177(1)
Prenatal Vitamins 177(1)
Routine Iron Supplementation 177(1)
Exercise 178(1)
Frequency of Prenatal Visits 178(3)
Appendix 6-1 181(1)
Appendix 6-2 182(1)
PART 3 The Prenatal Revisit 183(90)
Routine Assessments 185(46)
Objective Data 187(12)
Evaluation of Maternal Weight 187(3)
Reagent Strip Testing 190(1)
Blood Pressure 191(1)
Fetal Heart Tones 191(1)
Fundal Height 192(5)
Presentation 197(2)
The Healthy Pregnancy Questions 199(32)
Questions to Ask at Each Visit 200(26)
Questions to Ask Periodically 226(3)
Questions to Ask as Indicated by History 229(2)
Common Complications of Pregnancy 231(25)
Hyperemesis Gravidarum 231(1)
Iron Deficiency Anemia 232(3)
Preterm Labor 235(1)
Lower Urinary Tract Infection 235(2)
Size-Date Discrepancies 237(3)
Size Less Than Dates 237(1)
Size Greater Than Dates 238(2)
Gestational Diabetes Mellitus 240(1)
Blood Pressure Elevations 241(9)
Chronic Hypertension 242(1)
Gestational and Transient Hypertension 243(1)
Preeclampsia 243(6)
The HELLP Syndrome 249(1)
Chronic Hypertension With Superimposed 249(1)
Preeclampsia
Eclampsia 250(1)
Postdates 250(6)
Health Education at the Prenatal Revisit 256(17)
Breastfeeding 256(2)
Family Planning 258(1)
Circumcision 259(1)
A Visit to the Baby's Health Care Provider 260(1)
Planning for Labor and Birth 260(5)
The Role of Partners 263(1)
The Birth Plan 264(1)
Doulas 265(1)
Preparing Other Children 265(1)
Honoring the Expectant Mother 266(1)
Health Education Material 267(1)
Printed Material 267(1)
Visual Aids 268(1)
The Philosophy of the Midwifery Practice 268(3)
Appendix 9-1 271(2)
PART 4 The Postpartum Period 273(94)
Transition to Parenthood 275(4)
Control Pain 275(1)
Ask for (and Accept) Help 275(1)
Lower Your Expectations 276(1)
Don't Plan Anything 276(1)
Share the Joy 276(1)
Get Some Relationship Time 276(1)
New Roles for the Partner 277(1)
Other Children 277(1)
Get Some Time Alone 277(1)
Have a Sense of Humor 278(1)
Worries About SIDS 278(1)
Postpartum Complications 279(6)
Endometritis 279(1)
Mastitis 280(1)
Wound Infection 281(1)
Urinary Retention and Incontinence 282(1)
Thromhophlebitis 282(1)
Separated Symphysis 283(1)
Flu 283(1)
Lower Urinary Tract Infection 283(1)
Critical Findings 284(1)
Breastfeeding 285(8)
Early Breastfeeding Support 285(1)
The Decision to Stop Breastfeeding 286(1)
Problems Involving the Breast 286(1)
Engorgement 286(1)
Plugged Duct 287(1)
Problems Involving the Nipple 287(2)
Nipple Pain 287(1)
Infection 288(1)
Flat Nipples 288(1)
Large Nipples 289(1)
Insufficient Milk 289(1)
Drugs and Breast Milk 290(1)
Sex and Breastfeeding 290(1)
Working Outside the Home and Breastfeeding 291(2)
Contraception 293(44)
Informed Consent 296(1)
Adolescent Contraception 296(1)
Methods of Family Planning 297(34)
Oral Contraceptives 297(11)
The Intrauterine Device 308(7)
Injectable Contraception 315(5)
Barrier Methods 320(8)
Lactational Amenorrhea 328(2)
Periodic Abstinence 330(1)
Emergency Contraception 331(6)
Advantages 331(1)
The Oral Contraceptive for Emergency 331(1)
Contraception
Effectiveness 332(1)
The TCu38OA (ParaGard) IUD for Emergency 333(4)
Contraception
The Postpartum Visits 337(9)
The First Postpartum Visit (1 to 2 Weeks 337(2)
Postpartum)
Making Sense of the Birth Experience 338(1)
Physical Examination 339(1)
The 4- to 6-Week Postpartum Checkup 339(4)
History 340(3)
The Physical Examination 343(2)
Height 343(1)
Weight 343(1)
Blood Pressure 343(1)
Examination of the Breasts 344(1)
The Pelvic Examination 344(1)
Laboratory Tests 345(1)
Health Issues for Women 346(21)
Smoking 346(1)
Alcohol Consumption 347(1)
Safer Sex 348(1)
Weight Management 349(2)
Guns in the Home 351(1)
Calcium Supplementation 351(1)
Exercise/Physical Activity 351(2)
Depression 353(2)
Immunizations 355(1)
Cancer 356(5)
Breast Cancer 356(2)
Cervical Cancer 358(1)
Other Cancers 358(3)
Heart Disease 361(2)
Referrals 363(4)
References 367(60)
Environmental Exposure History Form 383(2)
Guidelines to Responding to a Disclosure of 385(2)
Childhood Sexual Abuse
Guidelines for Pregnancy Management in 387(1)
DES-Exposed Women
Sample Prenatal Genetic Screen 388(2)
Food Guide Pyramids: Guides to Daily Food 390(2)
Choices
Serving Sizes 392(1)
Guidelines for Working With an Interpreter 393(2)
Body Mass Index Table 395(2)
Areas of the World Where Female 397(1)
Circumcision Is Found
Criteria for Tuberculin Positivity by Risk 398(1)
Group
Normal Laboratory Values in Pregnancy 399(5)
Medicolegal and Administrative Guidelines 404(1)
for Using E-mail in a Clinical Setting
Long Chart Review Guide 405(4)
Short Chart Review Guide and Conduct of an 409(4)
Antepartum Visit
Models for Drawing on the Maternal Abdomen 413(1)
Guidelines for Selecting Printed Material 414(1)
Recommendations for Reducing the Risk of 415(1)
SIDS
IUD Charting Form 416(2)
Postpartum Client History Form 418(3)
Suggestions for Discussing Condom Use With 421(3)
a Man
Instructions for Taking Calcium Supplements 424(3)
Index 427