Labor Evaluation

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                                                                Labor Evaluation Elisabeth D. Howard 18 The process of childbirth at term is normally initiated by regular uterine contractions, spontaneous rupture of membranes, or both (Cunningham, Leveno, & Bloom, 2014)….

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Critical Postpartum Medical Complications

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                       Critical Postpartum Medical Complications Courtney Clark Bilodeau and Srilakshmi Mitta 32 The postpartum woman who presents to triage can be a clinical challenge. Common postpartum complaints can result from benign…

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Secondary Postpartum Hemorrhage and Endometritis

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      Secondary Postpartum Hemorrhage and Endometritis Rachel Shepherd and Martha Pizzarello 30 In the postpartum period, secondary postpartum hemorrhage (SPPH) and endometritis are two conditions that frequently present to an obstetric…

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Fetal Evaluation and Clinical Applications

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III: MANAGEMENT OF OBSTETRIC CONDITIONS (GREATER THAN VIABILITY)   Fetal Evaluation and Clinical Applications Edie McConaughey 12 Electronic fetal heart rate monitoring (EFM) technologies and ultrasound are the primary surveillance…

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Postpartum Preeclampsia Complications

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V: MANAGEMENT OF POSTPARTUM COMPLICATIONS COMMONLY SEEN IN OBSTETRIC TRIAGE   Postpartum Preeclampsia Complications Mollie A. McDonnold 28 Hypertensive disorders are one of the most common causes of presentation for…

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Severe Medical Complications in Pregnancy

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                      Severe Medical Complications in Pregnancy Lucia Larson and Karen Rosene-Montella 19 Pregnant women with potentially serious medical illnesses are a challenge to the clinician. Women can develop new medical illnesses…

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Trauma in Pregnancy

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                                                          Trauma in Pregnancy Roxanne Vrees 16 Trauma is estimated to complicate 1 in 12 pregnancies and is the leading cause of nonobstetric maternal death in the United States (Mendez-Figueroa, Dahlke,…

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Preterm Labor

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                                                                      Preterm Labor Linda A. Hunter 14 Defined as a delivery that occurs prior to 37 weeks gestation, preterm birth is the leading cause of perinatal mortality and long-term infant morbidity…

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