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Do's & Dont's of Pregnancy

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Nursing Care During Antepartum/Pregnancy

Nursing 226: Health & Healing IV
Teaching & Learning Assignment

Submitted: January 28th, 2015
By: Jennifer Hart & Madison Samarodin
What is Antepartum?


From conception to delivery
Duration of pregnancy
Nursing Goals of Antepartum Care:

Evaluate the health status of mother and baby

Estimate gestational age

Identify patients risk for complications

Anticipate problems before they occur; preventive measures

Promote patient education and development of a care and birthing plan

Promote communication between mom-to-be and interdisciplinary team there for her support
MYTH BUSTERS
DYING YOUR HAIR DURING PREGNANCY HAS NO EFFECT OF FETAL GROWTH
FACT OR MYTH?
NO COFFEE!!
FACT OR MYTH?
FLYING INCREASES THE PRESSURE IN YOUR BELLY WHICH IS HARMFUL TO THE BABY
FACT OR MYTH?
FACT OR MYTH?
You're Eating for Two
FACT OR MYTH?
SEX HARMS THE BABY
FACT OR MYTH?
Ditch the Fish!
FACT OR MYTH?
HEALTHY MIND, HEALTHY BODY, HEALTHY BABY.
According to Statistics Canada:

In 2013-2014, there were 385,937 births in Canada, 43,738 of which resided in BC.
Statistics Canada. (2014). Births, Estimates, by Province and Territory. Retrieved from: http://www.statcan.gc.ca/tables-tableaux/sum-som/l01/cst01/demo04a-eng.htm

ANTEPARTUM
Antipuesto, D. (April 3rd, 2011). Maternal & Child Health Nursing: Antepartum Care. Retrieved from: http://nursingcrib.com/nursing-notes-reviewer/maternal-child-health/antepartum-care/
Retrieved from: http://sunnybrook.ca/content/?page=car-nursing-progs-wb-hrap
Retrieved from: http://www.ask.com/health/meaning-antepartum-6a85c64b592d03e6
Case Study
Pregnancy: From The Beginning
First
: Conception
Second
:
Confirmation of pregnancy
- S&S
- Estimated date of birth
Third:
Acceptance from mom and family
1st Accept the pregnancy
2nd Understanding that ambivalence is normal
3rd- Identifying with the maternal role
4th- Re-ordering personal relationships
5th- Sexual expression during pregnancy
6th- Establishing a relationship with the fetus
- First phase- I am pregnant
- Second phase- I am going to have a baby
7th- Preparing for childbirth

Maternal Psychological Changes
.
Simulation
THE WAY THAT YOU CARRY YOUR BABY IS INDICATIVE OF THE SEX
What mom can do
What We Can Do As Nurses
Ms. Lisa Ludradeau, 26 years old, works as a night waitress to help pay the bills while she is going to school to get her bachelor of arts. Lisa is in a long term relationship of nearly 10 years and for the past 3 weeks has been experiencing excessive nausea (especially in the morning) with accompanying vomiting and tenderness in her breasts. Lisa is starting to get concerned because she has been ‘googling’ what could possibly be going on, and is starting to think she may be pregnant. The next day Lisa decides to make an appointment with her physician before taking any kind of pregnancy test knowing false positives happen all the time; thankfully she was able to get in right away. After discussing her symptoms, her GP requests a urine sample from Lisa to assess the possibility of pregnancy
Urine tests have come back positive for pregnancy, and it has been estimated that she is 4-6 weeks along. Working collaboratively, get into groups of 4-6 to answer the questions; take into consideration all concepts learned in the program thus far (ex: phenomenology, situated/constituted, transtheoretical model of change, utilitarianism, deontological, positivism, constructivism, reflexivity, paraphrasing, relational capacities etc.)

1. What approach would you take if you were going to create a pregnancy plan of care for Lisa? What would that plan of care look like? List some SMART objectives you could plan with Lisa for the duration of her pregnancy?

2. What resources do you feel would benefit Lisa most during her pregnancy and as a new mother? Try thinking locally

First Trimester Discomforts
Breast changes
:
This may include tenderness or new sensations such as tingling
Changes in urination
:
increased frequency and urgency
Fatigue
:
increased demand on mothers body for growth of fetus
Morning Sickness:
nausea and/or vomiting
Mood Swings:
combination of fatigue, hormone changes and psychosocial dynamics
Second Trimester Discomforts
Food Cravings
:
cause unknown
Heart Burn
:
Stomach displaced upward and compressed by enlarging uterus
GI Tract Motility Slowed
:
This can lead to bloating, constipation and or flatulence
Joint/Back/Pelvic Pain:
Changes in center of gravity due to enlarged abdomen results in excess pressure on lumbar and pelvic regions

Third Trimester Discomforts
SOB/Dyspnea
:
Expansion of diaphragm is limited due to expanding uterus- diaphragm can be elevated up to 4 cm
Insomnia
:
Due to fetal movements and or nocturia
Leg Cramps
:
Nerves supplying lower extremities are being compressed- this can cause muscles to cramp more often than usual
Ankle Edema- usually non-pitting
Pressure
:
General discomfort and pressure of perineal area precipitated upon standing or walking

Perry, S., Hockenberry, M., Lowdermilk, D., Wilson, D., Keenan-Lindsay, L., & Sams, C. (2013). Maternal Child Nursing Care in Canada. Toronto ON: Elsevier Mosby.
Perry, S., Hockenberry, M., Lowdermilk, D., Wilson, D., Keenan-Lindsay, L., & Sams, C. (2013). Maternal Child Nursing Care in Canada. Toronto ON: Elsevier Mosby.
Perry, S., Hockenberry, M., Lowdermilk, D., Wilson, D., Keenan-Lindsay, L., & Sams, C. (2013). Maternal Child Nursing Care in Canada. Toronto ON: Elsevier Mosby.
Perry, S., Hockenberry, M., Lowdermilk, D., Wilson, D., Keenan-Lindsay, L., & Sams, C. (2013). Maternal Child Nursing Care in Canada. Toronto ON: Elsevier Mosby.
http://yourpregnancychart.com/relieving-the-common-discomforts-of-pregnancy/
Antipuesto, D. (April 3rd, 2011). Maternal & Child Health Nursing: Antepartum Care. Retrieved from: http://nursingcrib.com/nursing-notes-reviewer/maternal-child-health/antepartum-care/
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