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Menopause (Code 6)

Menopause

Breastfeeding (Code 12)

Breastfeeding

Gynecology (Code 4)

Emergency contraception
Genital problems
Gynecologic problems
Menstrual problems
Pelvic pain
Vaginal bleeding

Home Care/Followup Care (Code 13)

Discharge planning
Home care

Infertility and Reproductive Endocrinology (Code 5)

GnRH therapy
Reproductive technologies

Low Risk Neonatal Nursing (Code 8)

Ballard scoring for gestational age
Behavioral assessment
Birth marks
Brazelton behavioral scale
Circumcision
Cleft lip and palate
Dietary supplements
Discharge planning
Eye prophylactic treatment
Head circumference
Hearing loss assessment
Heart sounds
Infection control
Kangaroo care
Laboratory test evaluation
Muscle tone assessment
Neonatal transition
Neuromuscular maturity scoring systems
Nutrition needs
Sensory assessment
Umbilical cord care
Umbilical cord physiology
Urinalysis
Vaccines
Vitamin K administration

Maternal Factors Affecting the Newborn (Code 16)

Preexisting condition complicating pregnancy

Newborn Assessment Care or Management of Complications (Code 10)

Newborn care

Obstetrics - Antepartum (Code 1)

Pregnancy-related problems

Pharmacology (Code 17)

OTC/prescription drugs advice and instructions

Physical Assessment,Physiology and Diagnostic and Laboratory Studies (Code 18)

Amniocentesis
Auscultation of fetal heart rate
Breast anatomy and physiology
Breast biopsy
BUN and creatinine
Complete blood counts
Gynecologic anatomy and physiology
Karyotyping
Lipid profiles
Liver function studies
Mammograms
Physical assessment - all systems
Pregnancy physiology
Testing for ruptured membranes
Thyroid studies
Wet mount

Postpartum Assessment,Care of Complications (Code 9)

Postpartum

Primary Care (Code 15)

Abdominal pain
Abrasions
Allergic reactions
Animal/insect/human bites
Asthma
Back pain
Breast problems
Breast problems
Breathing problems
Burns
Cardiopulmonary problems
Chest pain
Choking
Constipation
Cough
Dental problems
Dermatologic problems
Diabetes
Diarrhea
Dizziness/fainting
Domestic abuse/family violence
Ear problems
Electric shock
ENT problems
Extremity injury
Extremity problems
Eye/facial problems
Fever
Flank pain
Foreign bodies
Gastrointestinal problems
General Health Problems
Hay fever
Head injury
Headache
Heart palpitations
Heartburn
Heat/cold exposure
Immunization reactions
Jaundice
Lacerations/cuts
Lethargy/fatigue
Lice infestations
Mouth problems
Musculoskeletal problems
Nausea/vomiting
Neck problems
Neurologic problems
Nosebleeds
Numbness
Nutrition
Penile problems
Postoperative problems
Pre and postoperative
Psychological disturbances
Psychosocial problems
Rash
Sore throat
STDs
Stroke
Substance abuse
Suicidal/Homicidal ideation
Thyroid problems
Trauma
Upper respiratory infection
Urinary tract infection
Urologic problems
Vaccinations

Telephone Nursing (Code 14)

Acuity/Disposition of calls
Application of Telephone Nursing Protocols
Assessment of caller's comfort with treatment plan
Barriers to communicating with callers
Call documentation
Caller understanding/comprehension
Chief complaint identification
Communication Skills
Components of Telephone Nursing
Establishing Contact and Rapport on the phone
Evaluation of patient data
Forming a Diagnosis
General Health Advice
Handling High Risk Patient Populations
Identifying Emergencies
Intervention planning
Interview Skills
Nurse Follow ups and Call backs
Obtaining Baseline Data
Obtaining Data Relevant Current Complaint
Patient Access to Care
Patient History taking
Patient Role in Plan of Care
Prioritization of calls
Resource Identification & Referral
Situation Analysis
Special Callers/Situations
Symptom Analysis

Universal Hours (Code 19)

ACLS
AIDS and HIV Infections
Ethical Principles and Theories
Legal Issues affecting inpatient obstetric practice
NRP
Research
Resuscitation and Stabilization (Mother and Newborn)
S.T.A.B.L.E