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T A B L E O F C O N T E N T S

I. INTRODUCTION..............................................................................1II. GENERAL DATA...............................................................................2III.HISTORY OF PRESENT ILLNESS................................................22IV. PAST HEALTH HISTORY...............................................................2V. FAMILY, PERSONAL , SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORYA. MEMBERS OF THE FAMILY.....................................................4B. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL HISTORY..........................................4C. ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY...................................................4D. HEREDO-FAMIAL HISTORY......................................................4

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A. ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE SYSTEM INVOLVED.........5-7B.DISCUSSION OF THE PHYSIOLOGY.................8C.SYMPTOMATOLOGY.............................................9.VII. MEDICAL MANAGEMENT........................................10A. TREATMENT AND PROCEDURES.......................10B. MEDICATIONS.....................................................10C.DIET.......................................................................10VIII. NURSING MANAGEMENT....................................11A. ACTUAL GIVEN............................................11

 

Explained the importance of newborn screening 48-72 hours for early detection

Emphasized the value of immunization for early prevention of childhood illnesses

Encouraged regular breastfeeding and discussed the benefits of it

Discussed the importance of family planning, in fact, I encouraged her to ligate.

SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF PRETERM LABOR:

FIRST STAGE- CHILDBIRTHLABOR AND TRANSITIONThe first stage of childbirth begins with labor, the rhythmic contractions that open the cervix and pass the baby through the birth canal. This stage of childbirth, from the onset of progressing labor contractions until the cervix is completely dilated. It usually slowly and then the speeds up when the dilatation of the cervix reaches about 4 to 5 cm.(full dilatation is 10cm.) Signs and Symptoms that you are beginning the first stage of childbirth include a vague, back ache thatmay causes restlessness, several bowel movements accompanied by flu like feelings and nesting urge. You may pass some indicates that there is a small break inthe amniotic breaks in the amniotic sac surrounding the baby.SECOND STAGEPUSHING AND BIRRTH

They will likely be spaced further apart and they’ll be accompanied by reflex needs to str

ain or grunt. The combination of the uterine contraction and yourbearing down effort pushes the baby closer to the outside.THIRD STAGEEXPELLING THE PLACENTAThis stage usually last 5 to 30 minutes.

SHORT DISCUSSION ON THE CASE:

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pregnancy was considered full term. Defined as the birth of a baby more than 37 weeks of gestational age. As per the mother; all of her childbirth are all normal spontaneous deliveries. The mother did not have time giving birth. They went home together with her baby.

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