5 edition of New perspectives on prenatal care found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editors, Irwin R. Merkatz, Joyce E. Thompson ; associate editors, Patricia D. Mullen, Robert L. Goldenberg.|
|Contributions||Merkatz, Irwin R. 1934-, Thompson, Joyce Beebe.|
|LC Classifications||RG940 .N48 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 656 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||656|
|LC Control Number||90003423|
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A lot has changed in the world since the first book was published in , including the #MeToo movement, which has cast a new light on a lot of our most beloved cultural institutions. Prenatal care is health care provided to pregnant women as a type of preventive care with the goal of providing regular check-ups that allow obstetricians-gynecologists or midwives to detect, treat and prevent potential health problems throughout the course of the pregnancy while promoting healthy lifestyles that benefit both mother and child. Health professionals instruct mothers on prenatal.
Prenatal and Postnatal Care: A Woman-Centered Approach is a comprehensive resource for the care of the pregnant woman before and after birth. Ideal as a graduate text for newly-qualified adult nurses, family and women’s health practitioners, and midwives, the book can also be used as an in-depth reference for antenatal and postpartum care for those already in s: 1. "This book covers a breadth of issues within pregnancy, childbirth and the postnatal period exploring both old and new material to provide the reader with evidence on which to base practice. It should promote rich discussion among all that read it. I highly recommend this .
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New perspectives on prenatal care. [Irwin R Merkatz; Joyce Beebe Thompson;] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Irwin R Merkatz; Joyce Beebe Thompson.
Find more information about: ISBN: Prenatal care comprises of all health-related services provided to the fetus and the mother during pregnancy.
Prenatal care was first offered as a formal medical service in the early s at a time when the obstetric profession was just emerging and efforts to cut maternal mortality were growing. Inadequate prenatal care is one of the most perplexing problems in obstetrics. Many women do not seek prenatal care early, and some obtain no prenatal care.
The history of prenatal care, the impact of inadequate prenatal care, and the many factors involved in access to and use of prenatal care are discussed. Nursing implications aimed at exploring ways of reducing these factors are by: Despite the prevalence of alcohol, tobacco, and other drug (ATOD) use screening as part of prenatal care, pregnant women's perspectives on screening are largely absent from research and clinical practice.
This study examines pregnant women's acceptability of ATOD screening and willingness to disclose their ATOD use in prenatal care. Prenatal care is the health care you New perspectives on prenatal care book while you are includes your checkups and prenatal al care can help keep you and your baby healthy.
It lets your health care provider spot health problems early. During each prenatal stage, genetic and environmental factors can affect development. The developing fetus is completely dependent on the mother for life.
It is important that the mother takes good care of herself and receives prenatal care, which is medical care during pregnancy that monitors the health of both the mother and the fetus. Prenatal care is one of the most common health interventions in the United States. 1, 2 With approximately 50 million prenatal visits annually, 2 it is often viewed as indispensable for assuring healthy pregnancy outcomes.
Nonetheless, prenatal care (PNC) has produced disappointing results for the U.S., 1, 6 including an international ranking of 29 th among industrialized nations in infant.
Prenatal and Postnatal Care: A Woman-Centered Approach is a comprehensive resource for the care of the pregnant woman before and after birth. Ideal as a graduate text for newly-qualified adult nurses, family and women’s health practitioners, and midwives, the book can also be used as an in-depth reference for antenatal and postpartum care for those already in practice.
Prenatal care. Giving your baby the best start in life. You can start taking care of your baby while you’re pregnant. It’s called prenatal care. And getting started is easy. Just follow these simple tips. Listen to your doctor.
You should see your doctor as. soon as you ind. Understanding Pregnancy Loss: Perspectives and issues in care: : Moulder, Christine: Books. In Amsterdam, 70 percent of Dutch women and 50 percent of immigrant women went for prenatal care within the first 16 weeks of pregnancy; subsequently, the immigrant women made more frequent visits.
In Munich, women of non-Germanic origin (about 20 percent of deliveries) used public health services at the same rate as German women (Doornbos and.
The profiles define adequate prenatal care as a score of 80% or greater on the Kotelchuck Index, or the sum of the Adequate and Adequate Plus Kotelchuck Index does not measure the. We Are Open. We Provide Phone Sessions & Video Telemental Health. NOTICE ABOUT COVID Help begins at New Perspectives New Perspectives Center is an outpatient behavioral health facility with a licensed, multi‑disciplinary team of therapists and nurse practitioners providing comprehensive services to toddlers, children, adolescents, adults, seniors and families.
Eight key themes emerged including new perspectives on how women receive antenatal counselling and how it affects their decision making.
Three themes in particular are new to the literature: (a) Mothers of children with HLHS reported feelings of intense guilt that arose in the antenatal period around potentially causing the condition in their.
Definition of indicators. Antenatal care coverage (at least one visit) is the percentage of women aged 15 to 49 with a live birth in a given time period that received antenatal care provided by skilled health personnel (doctor, nurse or midwife) at least once during pregnancy. Skilled health personnel refers to workers/attendants that are accredited health professionals – such as a midwife.
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Prenatal care and its effect on preterm birth and low birthweight. In I. Merkatz & J. Thompson (Eds.), New perspectives on prenatal care (pp. New York: Elsevier. Prenatal care and its effect on preterm birth and low birth weight. In: Merkatz IR, Thompson JE, eds.
New perspectives on prenatal care. New York: Elsevier, Institute of Medicine. The effectiveness of prenatal care. In: Preventing low birthweight. Washington, DC: National Academy Press, Klerman LV.
The need. Klerman LV. The need for a new perspective on prenatal care. In: Markatz IR, Thompson JE, eds. New Perspectives on Prenatal Care. New York: Elsevier, (A/S) Klerman LV, Ramey SL, Goldenberg RL, Marbury S, Hou J, Cliver SP.
A randomized trial of augmented prenatal care for multiple-risk, Medicaid-eligible African American women. Am J Public. "This is an excellent update on the whole field of prenatal diagnosis and care.
The book is comprehensive, inclusive, well presented, and well illustrated. It will serve as a definitive resource.
4 Stars!"--Doody's Review Service (Doody's )Reviews: 1. This book offers an extensive range of ideas and practical developing service users' creativity including songmaking, drama, dance, creative writing, music, video and visual arts. It promotes innovation and encourages a fresh and enthusiastic approach to care that will appeal to anyone with a love of creative arts as a means of expression.1.
The United States ranks 50th in the world for maternal mortality and 41st among industrialized nations for infant mortality rate. When developing programs to assist in decreasing these rates, which factor would most likely need to be addressed as having the greatest impact?
A) Resolving all language and cultural differences B) Assuring early and adequate prenatal care C) Providing more.