Littleton and Engerbretson. Maternity Nursing Care, Ch. 7 (p. 192-197) 9, 10
Complete Chapter 9 &10 in the Student Study Guide to Accompany
Complete and turn in Drug Sheets:
Newborn Care, Part II
V. Hale-Brown, DNP, MSN, RN
o Identification & Security Measures
o Prevention of Infection
o Vitamin K
o Eye antibiotic
o Cord care
CBC with Differential
For a Male 5 mo old
RED BLOOD CELL COUNT (RBC)male2-5 months: 3.10-4.50 x
HEMOGLOBIN- Male2-5 months: 10.0-14.0 g/dL
HEMATOCRIT- Male 2-5 months: 28.0-42.0%
MEAN CORPUSCULAR VOLUME (MCV) Male- 2-5 months: 77.0110.0 fL
ANTEPARTAL STUDY GUIDE
1. List the developmental stages and tasks of early adulthood according to Erikson.
Infancy-Basic trust versus basic mistrust-Drive and hope
Toddlerhood-Autonomy vs shame and doubt-self-control and willpower
ELECTRONIC FETAL MONITORING
Electronic Fetal Monitoring - A method of continuously monitoring the fetal heart rate and uterine
Type - External - May be used during antepartum and intrapartum
1. Ultrasound transducer - monitors FHR, needs to be r
Newborn Care Mod E
V. Hale-Brown, MSN, RN
Littleton, L. & Engerbretson, J., Maternity Nursing Care, 2013, Ch. 19, 20, 21, 22,
Define key terms associated with newborn
Explain immediate care needs
106 Mod A
Antepartum Notes :
Littleton and Engerbretson. Maternity Nursing Care, Ch. 7 (p. 192-197) 9, 10 and 12
Complete Chapter 9 &10
in the Student Study Guide to Accompany Maternity Nursing
Complete and turn in Drug Sheets :
1. What 5 functions does water have in the body?
Thermoregulation, transport, perfusion, elimination, nutrition
2. Define fluid.
H2O that contains suspended substances (electrolyes, salts)
3. Define volume.
Amt of fl
Module E Rhythm Strips Study Guide
1. How is cardiac output calculated?
Stroke Volume X Heart Rate+ amount of blood pumped by left ventricle in one minute
2. What is an ECG?
A graphic tracing of electrical activity of the heart, not mechanical
Module E-PVD, PAD, PE, Aneurysm
1. What is PAD? Pg 719-724 Peripheral Arterial Disease-, result of systemic atherosclerosis
partial or total arterial occlusion, no O2 to the tissues, causing pain when walking
2. What are the risk f
Assessment of the Cranial Nerves in Children
Infants: Test for the rooting and sucking reflex.
Toddlers through adolescents: Check for sensory
perception on the forehead, cheeks, and jaw. Also test the
teeth for strength and alignment.
The seventh cranial
EFFECT OF ELECTROLYTES ON CARDIAC RHYTHM
Common Electrolytes responsible for cardiac arrhythmias
Potassium is vital for regulating the normal electrical activity of the heart.
Increased extracellular pot
CALHOUN COMMUNITY COLLEGE
DEPARTMENT OF NURSING
MATERNAL AND CHILD NURSING
MODULE E NEWBORN CARE
E1.0 Utilize the nursing process to provide nursing care for maternal and child clients.
E1.1 Use the nursing process to provide newborn c
Apgar is a quick test performed on a baby at 1 and 5 minutes after birth. The 1-minute score determines
how well the baby tolerated the birthing process. The 5-minute score tells the doctor how well the baby is
doing outside the mothers womb. I
* Inflammatory Bowel Disease NUR 201 D Lee, MSN, RN * Immunologically-related disorders that include
*Crohn's disease *Ulcerative colitis * * Inflammatory Bowel Disease Clinical manifestations are varied for both conditions
*Long periods of remission inte