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Postpartum psychological changes and their nursing care

Postpartum Psychological Changes and Their Nursing Care

Postpartum Psychological Changes and Their Nursing Care What is Postpartum Period? The postpartum period is usually considered the interval extending from the birth of the baby until 6 weeks after. It is the 6 weeks interval between the birth of the newborn and the rectum of the reproductive organs to their normal non-pregnant state. The postpartum …

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Postpartum psychological changes

Psychological Changes During Postpartum Period

Postpartum Psychological Changes: Details Discussion What Do You Mean By Postpartum Period? The postpartum (or postnatal) period begins after childbirth and is typically considered to end within six weeks. However, there are three distinct but continuous phases of the postnatal period; the acute phase, lasting for six to twelve hours after birth; the subacute phase, lasting six weeks; and …

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Postpartum physiological changes

Physiological Changes During Postpartum Period

Postpartum Physiological Changes: Details Discussion Definition of Postpartum Period: The postpartum period is usually considered the interval extending from the birth of the baby until 6 weeks after. It is the 6 weeks interval between the birth of the newborn and the rectum of the reproductive organs to their normal non-pregnant state. Postpartum Physiological Changes …

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Management and treatment of secondary postpartum hemorrhage

Management and Treatment of Secondary Postpartum Hemorrhage (PPH)

Secondary Postpartum Hemorrhage (PPH): Management and Treatment What is Postpartum Hemorrhage (PPH)? Any amount of bleeding from or into genital tract following birth of the baby up to the end of the puerperium which adversely affects the general condition of the patient evidence by rise in pulse rate and falling blood pressure is called PPH …

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Management of primary postpartum hemorrhage (PPH)

Management of Primary Postpartum Hemorrhage (PPH)

Definition of Primary Postpartum Hemorrhage (PPH): Excessive bleeding from or into the genital tract after birth within 24 hours is primary PPH. In the majority, hemorrhage occurs within 2 hours following delivery. 3rd stage Hemorrhage: Excessive bleeding before expulsion of placenta, True PPH: Bleeding after expulsion of placenta (majority cases). What Do You Mean By …

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Postpartum Hemorrhage (PPH)

Types, Causes, Symptoms and Complications of Postpartum Hemorrhage (PPH)

Definition of Postpartum Hemorrhage (PPH): Any amount of bleeding from or into genital tract following birth of the baby up to the end of the puerperium which adversely affects the general condition of the patient evidence by rise in pulse rate and falling blood pressure is termed as Postpartum Hemorrhage. Different Types of Postpartum Hemorrhage …

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Postnatal mother

Normal Physical and Psychological Changes in a Postnatal Mother

Normal Physical and Psychological Changes in a Postnatal Mother Definition of Postnatal Period: The postnatal period is usually considered the interval extending from the birth of the baby until 6 weeks after. It is the 6 weeks interval between the birth of the newborn and the rectum of the reproductive organs to their normal non-pregnant …

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Normal Puerperium

Parameters, Investigations and Management of Normal Puerperium Patient

Definition of Normal Puerperium: Puerperium is the period following child birth during which the body tissues, specially the pelvic organs revert back approximately to the pre-pregnant state both anatomically and physiologically within approximately 6 weeks. Duration and Division of Normal Puerperium: Puerperium begins as soon as the placenta is expelled and lasts for approximately 6 …

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Nursing care of newborn baby

Nursing Care, Nutrition and Resuscitation Procedure of Newborn Baby

Newborn Baby: Nursing Care, Resuscitation Procedure, Nutrition and Feeding Who is Newborn? According to World Health Organization (WHO), a newborn infant, or neonate, is a child under 28 days of age. During these first 28 days of life, the child is at highest risk of dying. It is thus crucial that appropriate feeding and care …

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