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Health Promotion During Pregnancy Self-care needs Bathing Breast care Dental care Perineal hygiene Sexual activity Exercise Sleep Work Travel
Fatigue Muscle cramps Hypotension Varicosities Breast discomfort Palmar erythemia Constipation Nausea, Vomiting Hemorrhoids Heart palpitations Frequency of urination Abdominal discomfort Leukorrhea First-Trimester Discomforts
Backache Headache Dyspnea Ankle edema Braxton Hicks contractions Middle to Late Pregnancy Discomforts
Teratogens Any factor that adversely affects fertilized ovum, embryo or fetus
Factors Influence Damage Strength Timing Affinity for tissue
Teratogenic Fetal Exposure Maternal infections: TORCH Toxoplasmosis Rubella Cytomegalovirus Herpes simplex virus
Teratogenic Fetal Exposure Syphilis Lyme disease Infections that cause illness at birth Gonorrhea, candida, chlamydia, StrepB, Hepititis B Live Vaccine Virus
Teratogenic Fetal Exposure Environmental: Metal and chemical,Radiation,Hyperthermia and hypothermia Maternal stress Drugs: Pregnancy Risk Categories A,B,C,D,X Alcohol: Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Cigarettes
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Important Influences on Brain Development before Birth.
Chapter 7 Genetic and Developmental Diseases. Review of Structure and Function Fertilization is the uniting of a sperm and ovum resulting in 23 pairs.
Copyright © 2013 Wolters Kluwer Health | Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Chapter 12 Nursing Management During Pregnancy Maternity and Pediatric Nursing.
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… and once EVERY month…. › An egg or OVUM is released from the ovaries and takes 2-3 days to travel (by means of cilia) through the oviduct to the uterus.
© 2007 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Slide 1 John W. Santrock Prenatal Development 4.
Anticipatory Guidance During Pregnancy By Catherine Ramos Marin, MSN/Ed(c), WHCNP, RN.
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Infections / Inflammations. Urinary Tract Infection Most common infection complicating Pregnancy Etiology Pressure on ureters and bladder causing.
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Activities During Pregnancy Normal pregnancy requires few restrictions on activities. Women should: –Rest- pregnant women need plenty of rest. In addition.
Early Signs of Pregnancy A missed menstrual period A full feeling or mild ache in the lower abdomen Feeling tired and faint A frequent, urgent.
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WHAT TO EXPECT IN PREGNANCY. Every pregnancy is different for every woman…women may experience all or very few of the symptoms.
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Development Nature vs. Nurture Continuity vs. Discontinuity.
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Problems in Prenatal Development Brian Kelley M.A., LPC Kaplan University Child and Adolescent Psychology.
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Avoiding Dangers to the Baby. An essential part of good prenatal care is avoiding hazards such as alcohol and other drugs, smoking, X-Rays, and hazardous.
1. There are two categories of sexually transmitted diseases. They are Sexual contact and Non-sexual contact Contagious and Non-contagious Viral and Bacterial.
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Teratogens Carolyn R. Fallahi, Ph. D.. The prenatal environment Teratogens: environmental agent Drug Chemical Virus Other factors Can result.
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