By Nan H. Troiano RN MSN, Carol J. Harvey RNC C-EFM MS, Bonnie Flood Chez RNC MSN
Co-published with the organization of Women's healthiness, Obstetrics & Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN), this accomplished e-book on complicated obstetrics perform makes a speciality of the care of childbearing girls with issues while pregnant and the similar specialist issues of perinatal pros taking good care of them. This considerably revised variation displays the numerous swap during this forte sector and the necessity to collaborate in perform to maximise sufferer results. All chapters were revised through RN-MD writer teams.
This version comprises the AWHONN Perinatal Morbidity Advisory Panel best five matters: weight problems, thromboembolic sickness, diabetes, perinatal infections, and cardiac affliction. the total first part provides the realities of modern perform together with ethics, collaboration, and sufferer safeguard. Nineteen chapters aspect the first problems of pregnancy.
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9 Rigorous evidence-based, beneficence-based judgment does not emanate from the individual clinical perspective of any particular physician or nurse. It should not be based merely on the clinical impression or intuition of an individual clinician. Rather, the clinical benefits that can be achieved for the patient in practice are grounded in the competencies of medicine and nursing. Benefits include the fact that physicians and nurses are competent to seek for patients the prevention/management of: disease, injury, or handicap; unnecessary pain and suffering; and premature or unnecessary death.
This obligation defines for physicians and nurses what morality in medicine ought to be, but in very general, abstract terms. 6 To put this principle into clinical practice requires a reliable account of the benefit and harm relevant to the patient’s care. In obstetrics, the definition of “patient” may include the pregnant woman and also the fetus. Further, what is good for the pregnant woman may not always be good for the fetus. For example, treatment of a pregnant woman’s illness may require medications that are potentially harmful to the fetus, yet delaying treatment may seriously harm the pregnant woman.