Prentice Hall Reviews & Rationales: Maternal-Newborn Nursing / Edition 2 available in Paperback
ABOUT THE SERIES
Prentice Hall's Nursing Reviews & Rationales Series is the complete foundation for success both within the classroom and oil the NCLEX-RN. Each volume includes a review of core content, while providing hundreds of practice questions and comprehensive rationales. The only review series to include a bonus CD-ROM with each book. The complete series includes:
- Nursing Fundamentals
- Child Health Nursing
- Fluid, Electrolytes, & Acid-Base Balance
- Maternal-Newborn Nursing
- Medical-Surgical Nursing
- Mental Health Nursing
- Nutrition & Diet Therapy
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About the Author
Mary Ann Hogan, RN, CS, MSN has been a nurse educator for 20 years, currently as a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She has taught in diploma, associate degree, and baccalaureate nursing programs. A former item writer for the CAT NCLEX-RN, Ms. Hogan has been teaching NCLEX-RN review courses throughout New England for the last 14 years. She has also contributed to a number of publications in the areas of adult health and fundamentals of nursing. Ms. Hogan is an ANCC-certified clinical specialist in medical-surgical nursing and is a member of Sigma Theta Tau.
Rita S. Glazebrook, RN, CNP, PhD, MS, BSN is the Director of the Minnesota Intercollegiate Nursing Consortium, a cooperative baccalaureate program of St. Olaf and Gustavus Adolphus Colleges, and the Department Chair at St. Olaf College. Having taught maternity nursing for more than 20 years, Dr. Glazebrook served as a maternity item writer for Regents College and National Certification Corporation examinations, as well as several NCLEX publications. She is an ANCC-certified Adult Nurse Practitioner practicing reproductive health at CommonHealth Clinic, in Stillwater, Minnesota. She is also NCC-certified in Maternity Nursing.
Table of Contents1. Introduction to Maternity Nursing.
2. Reproduction, Fertility and Infertility.
3. Family Planning and Contraception.
4. Fetal Development.
5. The Normal Prenatal Experience.
6. Common Laboratory and Diagnostic Tests.
7. The Complicated Prenatal Experience.
8. The Normal Labor and Delivery Experience.
9. The Complicated Labor and Delivery Experience.
10. The Normal Postpartum Experience.
11. The Complicated Postpartum Experience.
12. The Normal Newborn Experience.
13. The Complicated Newborn Experience.
14. Issues of Loss/Grief and Maternity Nursing.