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A nurse notes late decelerations on the fetal monitor. What priority actions should the nurse  take? Change maternal position to lateral  VEAL CHOP MINE – EXCUTE ACTION IMMEDIATELY  Adniminster oxygen  If experiencing hypotension then elevate the legs  All states require testing for phenylketonuria (PKU). Describe eight (8) steps that should be  included in the procedure for collecting blood samples from the newborn's heel. Put on clean gloves Warm the newborns heel to increase circulation  Cleanse the area with an antiseptic and allow it to dry  Use a spring- activated lancet so that skin is punctured quickly and painlessly  Use the outer aspect of the heel  Follow facility protocol for collecting the specimen, including the equiptiment to be used, and  labeling the specimen  Apply pressure with a dry gauze  Cuddle and comfort the newborn when the procedure is complete.  A nurse is caring for a postpartum client who is breastfeeding her newborn.  Identify five (5)  teaching points to discuss with the client regarding the postpartum infection, mastitis.   Thouroughly wash hands before breastfeeding  Instruct the client about completely emptying her breast with each feeding  Allow nipples to air dry  Use moist warm packs  Begin breastfeeding on the unaffected side first   A nurse is caring for a client in the postpartum phase.  How should the nurse assess fundal  height following delivery? Place fingers on the abdomen  Measure how many centimeters fit between the fundus and the umbilicus  Determine whether it is midline or displaced  Determine whether it is boggy or firm  Fundus should descend 1 to 2 cm a day  A nurse is caring for a newborn with fetal alcohol syndrome. What clinical findings should the  nurse anticipate? Facial anomilies- eyes with epicanal folds, strabismus, ptosis, mouth with a poor suck, small  teeth, cleft lip or palate  Deafness  Heart defects  Developmental delays and neurological delays  Growth retardation  Sleep disturbances  A nurse is caring for the family of a newborn. What are some interventions the nurse can use to facilitate sibling acceptance of the newborn? Let the sibling be one of the first to see the newborn  Provide a gift to give to the sibling  Arrange for one parent to spend time with the sibling while the other patient is taking care of  newborn  Discuss childbirth preparation education and sensory and cutaneous strategies that can be  used for nonpharmacologic pain management.
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  • Spring '17
  • Ann
  • Postpartum hemorrhage, muscle tone, newborn complications, postpartum client, Postpartum Physiological Adaptations

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