A better way to learn maternal and newborn nursing! This unique multimedia presentation provides tightly focused maternal-newborn coverage in a highly structured text. Plus, an audio book and a wealth of online learning resources make learning easy. All of the field’s must-have information is delivered in an easy-to-grasp, visually clear and precise design, while the audio book, available online at DavisPlus, lets you download the material to listen to anytime, anywhere!
- Delivers the critical-to-know content in two ways—in print and as an audio book.
- Meets the challenge of limited course time by efficiently organizing information in bulleted lists, flow charts, diagrams, tables, clinical pathways, and concept maps.
- Allows you to download the audio chapters to listen to the text anytime, anywhere.
- Features a biopsychosocial approach which encompasses physiology, psychological adaptation, and social and cultural influences on childbearing, and emphasizes nursing implications and care of patients and families.
- Introduces two unfolding case studies in Unit 2, one low-risk, one high-risk that are further developed in subsequent chapters through “Tying It All Together” boxes, which summarize the key elements in each chapter.
- Uses pedagogical tools to organize and highlight important concepts including….
- Unit and chapter objectives
- Key terms
- Nursing diagnoses and nursing outcomes
- Critical Component boxes
- Cultural Considerations boxes
- Medications boxes
- Concept Maps
- Evidence-Based Practice guidelines in all chapters related to nursing care
- Clinical pathways
- Professional standards of care and position statements
New to this Edition
- UPDATED! New or revised guidelines for...
- Categories and management of postpartum hemorrhage
- Management of intrapartal fetal heart rate abnormalities
- Prevention of late preterm birth
- Assessment and care of late preterm infant
- Newborn hyperbilirubinemia
- Vaccinations for pregnant women and newborns
- EXPANDED! Coverage of pregnancy complications and high-risk pregnancies, adolescent pregnancies, newborn resuscitation, and genetics.
- MORE! NCLEX-style review questions at the end of every chapter.
- NEW! Institute of Medicine recommendations for care of childbearing family and professional education.
- UPDATED! Evidence-Based Practice boxes.
- NEW! QSEN boxes in each chapter highlighting important concepts.
- EXPANDED! Discussion of Healthy People 2020 objectives throughout.- See more at: http://www.fadavis.com/product/nursing-maternal-newborn-care-chapman-durham-2#sthash.VA96qbUp.dpuf
Table of Contents
I. Maternity Nursing Overview
1. Trends and Issues
2. Ethics and Standards of Practice Issues
II. Antepartal Period
3. Genetics, Conception, Fetal Development, and Reproductive Technology
4. Physiological Aspects of Antepartum Care
5. The Psycho-Social-Cultural Aspects of the Antepartum Period
6. Antepartal Tests
7. High-Risk Antepartum Nursing Care
III. Intrapartal Period
8. Intrapartum Assessment and Interventions
9. Fetal Heart Rate Assessment
10. High-Risk Labor and Birth
11. Intrapartum and Postpartum Care of the Cesarean Birth Families
IV. Postpartal Period
12. Postpartum Physiological Assessments and Nursing Care
13. Transition to Parenthood
14. High-Risk Postpartum Nursing Care
V. Neonatal Period
15. Physiological and Behavioral Responses of the Neonate
16. Discharge Planning and Teaching
17. High-Risk Neonatal Nursing Care
VI. Women’s Health
18. Well Women’s Health
19. Alterations in Women’s Health
Answers to Chapter Review Questions