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Maternal Newborn Nursing

Check Your Understanding Questions

Maternal Newborn NursingCheck Your Understanding Questions

Check Your Understanding Questions

1 .
Explain how the nurse can support the laboring person who wants to walk during labor.
2 .
How should the nurse explain how the patient can use aromatherapy?
3 .
The laboring person is holding their breath during contractions. What breathing techniques could the nurse demonstrate?
4 .
Explain how naloxone works as the antidote for opioid overdose.
5 .
Explain how the nurse administers Phenergan IV.
6 .
Explain how the nurse monitors the person receiving narcotics.
7 .
What signs in the newborn necessitate the nurse give naloxone?
8 .
Describe the nursing actions surrounding epidural placement.
9 .
What side effects are related to general anesthesia?
10 .
Describe the differences between epidural and spinal anesthesia.
11 .
Describe the nurse’s role in pudendal or local anesthesia placement.
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