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Maternal Newborn Nursing

Check Your Understanding Questions

Maternal Newborn NursingCheck Your Understanding Questions

Check Your Understanding Questions

1 .
Describe the signs and symptoms of a postpartum UTI.
2 .
The nurse educates the postpartum person to wash their hands well after changing the newborn’s diaper. What other education does the nurse provide to help prevent postpartum infection?
3 .
List the characteristics of secondary, or late, hemorrhage.
4 .
List the medications used to manage PPH and their side effects or contraindications.
5 .
Describe an ineffective latch.
6 .
List the additional nursing assessments that are performed for a person with a cesarean birth.
7 .
Describe the risk factors during pregnancy that could lead to postpartum depression.
8 .
Describe the difference between baby blues and PPD.
9 .
List three nursing diagnoses pertaining to postpartum psychiatric disorders.
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