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Maternal Newborn Nursing

Reflection Questions

Maternal Newborn NursingReflection Questions

Reflection Questions

1 .
Discuss the actions of the nurse when the person who is pregnant informs the nurse they are refusing the speculum examination.
2 .
Discuss the role of the nurse when the ultrasound at the first prenatal visit reveals an empty uterus.
3 .
Why is it important to continue to screen for complications throughout pregnancy?
4 .
Why are cultural considerations important when providing nutritional counseling to a person who is pregnant?
5 .
What nursing actions are expected when the pregnant person answers yes when asked if they are experiencing any pain at a prenatal visit in the second trimester?
6 .
How would the nurse explain viability to the pregnant person in the second trimester?
7 .
Explain the difference between the fetal lie and the fetal presentation.
8 .
Why is it important for the nurse to discuss the signs and symptoms of complications of pregnancy?
9 .
How does the nurse determine a family’s communication methods?
10 .
Why is a family assessment important?

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