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Copyright © 2018 Wolters Kluwer · All Rights ReservedChapter 5The Nursing Role inReproductive andSexual Health
Copyright © 2018 Wolters Kluwer · All Rights ReservedLearning Objectives1. Describe anatomy and physiology pertinent to reproductive and sexual health.2. Assess a couple for anatomic and physiologic health and readiness for childbearing.3. Assess a couple for reproductive planning and sexual health needs related to sexual orientation and genderidentity if pertinent.4. Formulate nursing diagnoses related to reproductive and sexual health.5. Develop expected outcomes for reproductive and sexual health education to manage seamless transitionsacross differing healthcare settings.6. Using the nursing process, plan nursing care that includes the six competencies of Quality & SafetyEducation for Nurses (QSEN): Patient-Centered Care, Teamwork & Collaboration, Evidence-Based Practice(EBP), Quality Improvement (QI), Safety, and Informatics.7. Implement nursing care related to reproductive and sexual health, such as educating middle school childrenabout menstruation.8. Evaluate expected outcomes for achievement and effectiveness of care.9. Integrate knowledge of preparation for childbearing with the interplay of nursing process, the sixcompetencies of QSEN, and Family Nursing to promote quality maternal and child health nursing care.
Copyright © 2018 Wolters Kluwer · All Rights ReservedAnatomy andPhysiologyoftheReproductiveSystem:TheMale#1Andrology: study of the male reproductive system
Copyright © 2018 Wolters Kluwer · All Rights ReservedReproductive System: The Male#2External structuresScrotumfunctions are to support the testes and help regulate the temperature of spermTestesproduce testosterone and a seminiferous tubule that produces spermatozoaPenisInternal structuresEpididymisresponsible for conducting sperm from the tubule to the vas deferensVas deferenscarries sperm from the epididymis through the inguinal canal into the abdominal cavity, where it ends at theseminal vesicles and the ejaculatory ducts below the bladder. Sperm complete maturation as they pass through the vas deferensSeminal vesiclessecrete a viscous alkaline liquid with a high sugar, protein, and prostaglandin content. Sperm become increasinglymotile because this added fluid surrounds them with a more favorable pH environment.Prostate glandsecrete a thin, alkaline fluid, which, when added to the secretion from the seminal vesicles, further protects sperm byincreasing the naturally low pH level of the urethra.Bulbourethral glandssupply one more source of alkaline fluid to help ensure the safe passage of spermatozoa. Semen, therefore, isderived from the prostate gland (60%), the seminal vesicles (30%), the epididymis (5%), and the bulbourethral glands (5%)Urethra
Copyright © 2018 Wolters Kluwer · All Rights ReservedReproductive System: TheFemale #1Gynecology: study of the female reproductive system

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Sexual intercourse, Uterus, Vagina, Reproductive and Sexual Health

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