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Maternal/Gynecological/Neonatal Nurse » Postpartum Assessment,Care of Complications (Code 9)

Description

Applies to the Joint Process specialty areas as follows

Maternal Newborn nursing - Care of the Postpartum Mother and Newborn

Nursing Care in the Labor Delivery - prelabor through postpartum

Keywords

Adoption
Afterpains
Autoimmune diseases
Barriers and alterations to parent/infant interactions
Birth canal lacerations
Bladder distention & urinary retention
Bottle Feeding
Breast engorgement
Breast Engorgement
Breast Infections
Breastfeeding
Chronic hypertension
Common postpartum problems
Comprehensive postpartum health assessment
Constipation
Contraception Advice
Cultural care
Cultural/life-style factors affecting family integration
Diabetes
DIC/HELLP
eclampsia
Endometritis
Endometritis
Family Dynamics after Childbirth
Fatigue and sleep disturbances
Formulas
Hematoma
Hemorrhage
Hemorrhoids
Insulin management in labor and delivery & postpartum
Lochia
Mastitis
Mastitis
Maternal infant attachment
Maternal risk factors - postpartum
Maternal role transition
Nipple problems
Nutrition advice
Parent education
Parental counseling and education
Parenting
Perinatal grief
Perinatal loss
Perinatal loss
Perineal edema and pain
Plugged ducts
Postoperative care
Postpartum blues
Postpartum blues
Postpartum blues/depression
Postpartum cardiomyopathy
Postpartum care
Postpartum complications
Postpartum Complications
Postpartum depression
Postpartum depression
Postpartum depression/psychosis
Postpartum education
Postpartum exercises
Postpartum exercises
Postpartum hemorrhage
Postpartum Nursing Care and Education
Postpartum Physiologic Changes & Laboratory Values
Postpartum physiology
Preexisting conditions affecting the postpartum period
Septic pelvic thrombophlebitis
Sibling responses and interventions
Sibling rivalry
Thrombophlebitis
Uterine Infections
Uterine subinvolution
Wound infection