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Olds’ Maternal-Newborn Nursing & Women’s Health Across the Lifespan, 8th Edition
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8th ed. Workbook Contents
1 Contemporary Maternal-Newborn Care
Text Chapters 1, 2, 3
Contemporary Childbirth • Nursing Roles • Community-Based Nursing Care •
Standards of Care • Evidence-Based Nursing Practice • The Contemporary Family in Culturally Diverse Society • Complementary and Alternative Care
2 Women’s Health Care
Text Chapters 4 & 5
The Role of the Nurse in Menstrual Counseling • Menopause • Contraceptive Methods
3 Women’s Health Problems
Text Chapters 6, 7, 8, 9
Commonly Occurring Infections • Disorders of the Breast •
Gynecologic Disorders • Social Issues • Violence Against Women
4 The Reproductive System-
Text Chapter 10
Puberty • Female Reproductive System • Female Reproductive Cycle (FRC) •
Male Reproductive System
5 Conception, Fetal Development, and Special
Reproductive Issues: Infertility & GeneticsMarcia
Text Chapters 11 & 12
Cellular Division • Cellular Multiplication and Implantation • Embryonic Membranes/
Amniotic Fluid/Umbilical Cord • Placenta Development and Function • Fetal Circulation • Fetal Development • Infertility • Genetic Disorders
6 Physical and Psychologic Changes of Pregnancy
Text Chapters 13 & 14
Preparation for Pregnancy and Childbirth • Anatomy and Physiology of Pregnancy •
Pregnancy Tests • Psychologic Response of the Expectant Family to Pregnancy
7 Nursing Assessment and Care of the Expectant Family
Text Chapters 15, 16, 17, 18
Prenatal Assessment • Common Discomforts of Pregnancy • Teaching for Self-Care During Pregnancy • Age-Related Considerations • Adolescent Pregnancy • Maternal Nutrition
8 Pregnancy at Risk: Pregestational Problems
Text Chapter 19
Substance Abuse and Pregnancy • Diabetes Mellitus and Pregnancy •
HIV Infection and Pregnancy • Heart Disease and Pregnancy
9 Pregnancy at Risk: Gestational Onset
Text Chapter 20
Bleeding Disorders • Hyperemesis Gravidarum • Premature Rupture of the
Membranes (PROM) • Preterm Labor • Preeclampsia and Eclampsia •
Rh Incompatibility • Infections and Pregnancy
10 Assessment of Fetal Well-Being
Text Chapter 21
Ultrasound • Maternal Assessment of Fetal Activity • Nonstress Testing •
Biophysical Profile • Contraction Stress Testing • Maternal Serum Alpha
Fetoprotein Testing • Chorionic Villi Sampling • Amniocentesis • Fetal Lung Maturity
11 Processes and Stages of Labor and Birth
Text Chapter 22
Birth Passage • The Fetus • Uterine Contractions •
Psychosocial-Cultural Considerations • Physiology of Labor
12 Nursing Assessment and Care of the Intrapartal Family
Text Chapters 23, 24, 25
Initial Assessment and Admission • Breathing Techniques • Fetal Monitoring •
Assessment and Support During Labor • Episiotomy • Birth • Apgar Score •
Nursing Care Following Birth • Delivery of the Placenta • Nursing Care in the
Third Stage • Nursing Care in the Fourth Stage • Pain During Labor: Contributing
Factors, Support, Analgesics, and Anesthetics
13 Childbirth at Risk
Text Chapters 26 & 27 & 37
Anxiety, Fear, and Psychological Disorders • Failure to Progress • Precipitous Labor and Birth • Postterm Pregancy • Fetal Malposition • Placental Problems • Macrosomia • External Cephalic Version • Induction of Labor • Multiple Pregnancy • Hydramnios• Oligohydramnios • Amnioinfusion• Fetal Distress: Meconium-Stained Amniotic Fluid • Cephalopelvic Disproportion • Forceps-Assisted Birth • Vacuum
Extractor-Assisted Birth • Cesarean Birth • Vaginal Birth After Cesarean Birth (VBAC) • Intrauterine Fetal Death· Perinatal Grief & Loss
14 Newborn Physiologic Adaptation and Assessment
Text Chapters 28 & 29
Physiologic Adaptations • Period of Reactivity • Gestational Age Assessment •
Initial Assessments • Physical Assessment of the Newborn
15 Normal Newborn Needs and CareText Chapters 30 & 31
Care During Admission and First Four Hours of Life • Daily Newborn Nursing Assessments • Breastfeeding • Circumcision • Discharge Teaching/Preparation for Care at Home
16 Nursing Care of Newborns With Conditions Present at Birth
Text Chapter 32
Classification of At-Risk Infants • Small-for Gestational-Age (SGA) Infant •
Infant of a Diabetic Mother (IDM) • Postterm Infant • Preterm Infant •
Infant of Substance-Abusing Mother • Newborn at Risk for HIV/AIDS
17 Nursing Care of Newborns With Birth-Related Stressors
Text Chapter 33
Resuscitation • Respiratory Distress Syndrome • Cold Stress • Neonatal Jaundice •
Newborn with Polycythemia • Neonatal Infections
18 Nursing Assessment and Care of the Postpartal Family
Text Chapters 34 & 35
Attachment Immediately After Birth • Physiologic Postpartal Changes • Maternal Role
Attainment • Assessment of the Postpartal Woman • Relief of Postpartal Discomforts •
Suppression of Lactation • Psychologic Responses • Postpartal Care of the Woman
Following Cesarean Birth • Care of the Adolescent Mother • Discharge Teaching
19 Home Care of the Postpartal Family
Text Chapter 36
Home Visits • Home Care of the Newborn • Home Care of the Postpartal Woman
and Family • Supporting the Breastfeeding Mother
20 The Postpartal Family At Risk
Text Chapter 38
Postpartal Hemorrhage • Late Postpartal Hemorrhage/Subinvolution • Reproductive Tract or Wound Infections • Overdistention of Bladder • Postpartal Cystitis • Mastitis •
Thromboembolic Diseases • Postpartal Mood Disorders