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Pregnant woman with a spinal cord injury is in labor

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pregnant woman with a spinal cordinjury is in labor and fully dilated butcannot adequately push the babythrough the birth canal. What shouldthe nurse do next?Prepare the client for acesarean birth.MMCB
NeedsCare of the Mother, Child at Risk or with ProblemsChapter 22: Nursing Care of a Pregnant Family With SpecialASeveral nurses in the community areforming a task force to assist withachieving the nation's goal ofimproving the health of women withspecial needs during pregnancy. Whatinterventions can these nurses provideto help meet this goal? Select all thatapply.Which newborn clinical symptom doesthe nurse associate with the mother'sdrug use?growth restrictionpregnant adolescent is in the earlystage of gestational hypertension witha blood pressure of 162/88. The besttreatment initially would be:Why is a young adolescent at higherrisk for postpartum hemorrhage?Which of the following statements istrue regarding trauma in pregnancy?A 40-year-old primipara has been inlabor for 12 hours and is still only 6centimeters dilated. What does thenurse understand may be the causefor this prolonged labor?
NeedsCare of the Mother, Child at Risk or with ProblemsChapter 22: Nursing Care of a Pregnant Family With SpecialAThe nurse is eating lunch in thehospital cafeteria when she notices apregnant woman, apparently in herthird trimester, choking on her food.After assessing that the client cannotspeak, what should be the nurse's nextintervention?

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Obstetrics, Oxytocin

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