Dear Nurses

Monday, July 17, 2006


The placenta or afterbirth develops in the uterus during pregnancy. If the placenta
develops in the bottom of the uterus, it blocks the cervix ( neck of the uterus) and
will ultimately make vaginal delivery impossible.
Ultrasound will confirm this. The mother and baby are closely monitored and possible C-section will be needed for delivery.
To learn more about topics relating to complications of pregnancy(Abruptio Placenta and Preeclampsia)
simply click on the link:
and enjoy reading
For more info on Placenta Previa visit:

New nurses, visit this site designed especially for you
Maternal Nursing  


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