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Preparation for Childbirth and Parenting
Childbirth Education Childbirth educators and teaching methods Childbirth education classes Cultural and socioeconomic factors
Childbirth Education Expectant parent classes Sibling education classes
Childbirth Education Preparation Perineal and abdominal exercises Tailor sitting Squatting Kegel exercises Abdominal muscle contractions Pelvic rocking
Childbirth Education Pain management methods Bradley Psychosexual Dick-Read
Pain Management Methods Lamaze Gait control Conditioned reflexes Conscious relaxation Cleansing breath Conscious controlled breathing Effleurage Focusing Second-stage breathing
The Birth Setting Appropriate setting Birth attendant and support person Hospital births Postpartal birth
The Birth Setting Alternative birthing centers Home birth Children attending the birth
Alternative Methods of Birth Leboyer method Birthing room is darkened Soft music Infant placed immediately into a warm- water bath Hydrotherapy and water birth
Delivery Location & Personnel Objective Home Delivery Advantages Low cost Close to family Disadvantages Lack of sterile utensils and equipment.
Childbirth Choices Section6.3. What is Prepared Childbirth? It is a method of giving birth in which pain is reduced through the elimination of fear and.
Parenting & Child Development 3.03: Understand components of a healthy pregnancy and delivery.
Preparation for Parenthood. Childbirth Preparation Preconception care/issues Childbearing decisions Childbirth education Types of childbirth classes Support.
PCD Objective 3.03 Healthy Pregnancy & Delivery Key Terms.
CHAPTER 5 PREPARING FOR BIRTH Section 5-2 Childbirth Options.
EDUCATIONAL NEEDS OF THE PREGNANT CLIENT Developed by D. Ann Currie,R.N.,M.S.N.
INTRODUCTION h-o h-o h-o
Chapter 5-3 Childbirth Options. Prepared Childbirth Reducing pain & fear during the birth process through education and breathing and conditioning exercises.
Labor and Delivery Mrs. McCann Child Development.
Birthing Around the World. Different Birthing Methods Natural (Lamaze, Bradley Method, Hypno-birthing and Water Birth) Cesarean Section (Elected or Emergency)
The Birth Process Chapter 4 The Baby Book. 1. What do future parents learn in prepared childbirth classes? How to make labor and delivery easier How to.
Childbirth Choices Choosing a Health-Care Provider Creating a Birth Plan.
CHAPTER 5 Birth. EXPLORING THE BIRTH PROCESS STAGES OF BIRTH: First stage lasts 12 to 24 hours with uterine contractions beginning. Second stage – Baby’s.
Elsevier items and derived items © 2007 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier Inc. Chapter 7 Nursing Management of Pain During Labor and Birth.
Notes Objective 3.03 Healthy Pregnancy & Delivery.
Chapter 6 and 7 Labor Delivery The first few days.
Birth. Labor n Labor Signals WHAT IS THE FIRST EVENT THAT SIGNALS LABOR IS COMING??? –Onset n First event: engagement/lightening –Baby “drops” (head down,
Labor & Birth. Childbirth Options Prepared Childbirth- means reducing pain and fear during the birth process through education and the use of breathing.
When to go to the hospital? With a normal pregnancy, to have the fewest interventions, go to the hospital after you are showing a good collection of Active.
Time to Be Born! Pregnancy Options & Stages of Labor Mrs. Brennan Child Development Unit 3.
Children Birth 4. Childbirth Setting And Attendants 99% of U.S. births occur in hospitals Other options –Freestanding birth center, home delivery Who.
Chapter 5.3. Reducing pain and fear during the birth process through education and the use of breathing and conditioning exercises. Childbirth classes.
My Birth Plan. Where? Hospital Birthing Center Home.
Alternate Birthing Methods Erika Mueller Halley Haider.
5.3 Notes. Reading To Learn Prepared Childbirth Prepared Childbirth: means reducing pain and fear during the birth process through education and the.
Objective 3.03 Healthy Pregnancy & Delivery. ◦ Home delivery only for uncomplicated births might run into complications ◦ Birthing room delivery
Childbirth Options & Trends. Natural Birth Natural Birth is for those who don’t want to have drugs used to help ease the pain of childbirth. Normally,
Child Birth Being prepared.. Prepared Child Birth Prepared child birth is a method of giving birth in which pain is reduced through the elimination.
Labour and delivery Child Studies 120 Sept What if I am still pregnant after my due date? A normal pregnancy lasts weeks. The doctor will.
Preparing for Birth Chapter #5. A Healthy Pregnancy Section #5.1.
Triggers for Labor Oxytocin/pitocin Breaking of Amniotic Sac Hypothalamus and Pituitary Gland of Fetus.
Exercise during pregnancy. Benefits of Exercise Helps reduce backaches, constipation, bloating, and swelling May help prevent or treat gestational diabetes.
Pregnancy Vocabulary. Conception (#5) The act of becoming pregnant (fertilized egg implants into the endometrium). (#5) The act of becoming pregnant (fertilized.
Preparing For Birth. What things should parents have ready before a baby is born? What things should parents discuss before a baby is born? What concerns.
Birth!. Signs of Labor Methods of Childbirth Childbirth Medications Stages of Labor Neonatal Care The Effects of Birth Postpartum Period.
Chapter 17 Maximizing Comfort for the Laboring Woman Maternity & Women’s Health Care, 11 th Edition by Lowdermilk, Perry, Cashion, and Alden Instructor:
Chapter 11 Pregnancy and Childbirth. Pregnancy and Prenatal Development 11:1.
© 2005 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Chapter 12 Pregnancy & Childbirth.
Bell Ringer: What gift would you give to a new mom and WHY would you give it? (Consider: She just came home from the hospital.) 7/3/2016.
Birth Plan Group 6. Before labor… Information of preparation Health and energy.
Childbirth Choices Chapter 6 Section 3 Child Development.
Birth and the Newborn Baby Chapter 5. Childbirth and Culture: How Birthing Has Changed Home Deliveries Midwives Reducing the Risks of Childbirth.
Maternal-Child Nursing Care Optimizing Outcomes for Mothers, Children, & Families Maternal-Child Nursing Care Optimizing Outcomes for Mothers, Children,
WABA Birthing Practices and Breastfeeding Action Plan WABA Global Forum II - Arusha, Tanzania September 27, 2002 Childbirth practices have a direct impact.
Chapter 7 Nursing Management of Pain During Labor and Birth.
How to prepare for a safe delivery ? Dr. Abeer Abdul Azeem MS, MRCOG Al Omooma Hospital Riggae – Kuwait.
LUMBAR BRACING: Lying on your back with your knees bent, brace your abdomen by tightening the muscles you use to cough. You should not feel your spine.
Labour and Delivery Psy 30 Spiritwood High School.
Journal What will it be like to give birth to a child (or to have your wife give birth)? Do you want to do it all naturally? Do you want to be in a hospital?
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