Thursday, July 20, 2006
Also read Simplifying Maternal Nursing Parts 1-8 and Index
Conditions such as anxiety , dehydration, infection or trauma may trigger a sickling crisis. Difficulty breathing and excruciating pain are symptoms of a crisis. Treatment is directed at giving oxygen, monitoring vital signs and correcting the cause. Magnesium Sulfate is also used to treat this condition.
Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation
Monday, July 17, 2006
PRE-ECLAMPSIA / ECLAMPSIA
and in the pre-eclmptic phase is characterized by severe headache , nausea, vomiting ,high blood pressure and proteinuria.The pregnant woman may have seizures and ultimately become comatose.
* Chapter 3
AN UPDATE WITH MORE HELPFUL INFORMATION CAN BE ACCESSED BY CLICKING ON THE LINK: THE CLINICAL SETTING STEP BY STEP, chapter3.
develops in the bottom of the uterus, it blocks the cervix ( neck of the uterus) and
will ultimately make vaginal delivery impossible.
New nurses, visit this site designed especially for you
AN UPDATE PACKED WITH MORE HELPFUL CLINICAL INFORMATION CAN BE ACCESSED BY CLICKING ON THE LINK:
THE CLINICAL SETTING STEP BY STEP, chapter,5.
and Simplifying Maternal Nursing Parts 1-8 and the Index for Maternal Nursing
I know it has been a while since my last update.Yes, it is summer and the weather has been extremely hot. Dehydration is a common problem of all age groups. Drink plenty of water. Remember , your body also needs minerals, so try to incorporate some fruit juices , fruits or mineral waters to replace your minerals and keep your body in good balance(Sessions 24).
Enjoy watching the Clinical Videos for nurses. Sessions 30