Overview of prenatal development
When men and women come together we know that magic happens, and that magic leads
to many more responsibilities. At the point when men and ladies meet up we realize that
enchantment happens, and that enchantment prompts nu
Postpartum maternal depression: the impact on early postnatal attachment
a. What is postpartum depression (PPD)?
b. Distinctions of PPD
c. The mechanism of PPD
d. Early postnatal attachment
Evaluation of Theory
In this discussion, select one specific teratogen and analyze the impact of that teratogen on prenatal and
infant development. Consider the role of timing, dosage, duration, and genetics, in relation to your
selected teratogen. Provide research-based sugg
Analyze the role of temperament and their consequences on infant's relationships with parents
When we are able to compare certain characteristics within the human race, such as , cheerful or
active, cautious or angry, we are referring to temperament. "The
Zygote intra-fallopian transfer (ZIFT) is a form of assisted reproductive technology (ART)
introduced with the first successful procedure being performed in 1989 (Proregistry.com). In this
type of ART, eggs are extracted from the ovary, fertilized by sper
One type of prenatal treatment is genetic screening. Genetic screening is done when one or both
parents are concerned that the baby could inherit a disorder that runs in his or her family (Burgin, 2008).
Genetic screening involves collecting blood and/or
Briefly examine the stages of prenatal human development, beginning with conception, and including
germinal, embryonic, and fetal stages.
Consider how teratogens may impact the development of the fetus at each of these stages.
Prenatal development first s
Two health issues that may occur during the first few months of an infants life are shaken baby
syndrome (SBS) and sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). Shaken baby syndrome is a subtype of
abusive head trauma due to maltreatment (Gross, 2011). Although in
One of the first assessments a newborn undergoes is when the medical team assigns an APGAR score.
This assessment is named after Virginia Apgar, the American anesthesiologist that developed it
(Dortlands, 2012). APGAR is an acronym which stands for: A-app
As birth has evolved it has come to be that there are numerous decisions to be made about the birth
experience. From as black and whit as whether to have the birth in a hospital, birth center, or home or as
complex as which positions or interventions to u
There are many things that can impact the development of a child, some of which occur during
childbirth. Complications from childbirth can cause the child to require additional care. There are also
some interventions that can prevent some damages that can