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Please submit this on December 23, 2012 due at 11 pm at my e mail ( Late submission will not be accepted.

Prepare for your exam coverage are chapters 20 29 Chapter 22 Nursing care of a pregnant family with special needs The pregnant teenager 1. How can you care for a pregnant woman who are physically challenged 2. Consider the fourfold developmental tasks of the average adolescent. How can you help a pregnant adolescent in terms of giving medication, sexual relationship, and establishing her sense of identity? Provide concrete examples. 3. List 6 factors that contribute to lack of prenatal care among adolescent pregnant women. 4. Explain nest building 5. How can you help pregnant teens tell their parents about their pregnancy? 6. How important is the family profile information? 7. What can you teach pregnant teens regarding pregnancy education, nutrition and activity and rest? The pregnant woman over age 40 1. Explain the developmental challenge of this age group. a. How can you help her in her feelings of ambivalence,. b. Site important issues related to her work priorities or career. 2. How important is chromosomal assessment during pregnancy at these ages? 3. List 4 complications/ difficulties among pregnant woman over age 40 Trauma and pregnancy 1. Why are pregnant woman of this age prone to trauma especially in the last trimester. How can you help prevent accidents 2. List 5 nursing diagnosis with etiology for pregnant woman with trauma Chapter 24 Nursing care of a family during Cesarean birth 1. List indications for cesarean birth 2. Effects of surgery on a woman: How does the Adrenal medulla respond to pregnancy? 3. What is the usual amount of blood that is lost with CS? 4. How can deep breathing help to prevent complications preoperatively? Chapter 25 nursing care of a family experiencing a postpartal complications 1. List assessment of postpartal complications. What are its indications? Refer to box 25.2 Chapter 28 1. Explain the following factors that influence growth and development. In few words a. Genetics d. socio economic b. Gender c. Ordinal position in the family REPORTING TO BE REPORTED ON THE 3rd 6th or 10th of JANUARY. Just be ready Chapter 22 (jesyl & may) 1. Areas of planning with physically or cognitively challenged women during pregnancy 2. Trauma and pregnancy (physiologic changes, psychosicial considerations, assessment, health history,

physical exam, therapeutic management, open wounds, blunt abdominal traima, gunshot wounds, poisoning, choking, orthopedic injuries, burns, postmortem Ceasarean birth. Chapter 24 Nursing care of a family during Cesarean birth (jesyl & may) 1. Immediate pre-operative care measures 2. Intra operative care measures 3. Postpartal care measures Chapter 25 Nursing care of a family experiencing a postpartal complication (jesyl & may) 1. Common guidelines for the woman with a postpartal complicationsChapter 28 (soejima & sterloi) 1. How can you promote adequate Nutritional intake in vegetarian diets 2. Theories of development (Freuds Psychoanalytic theory, Ericksons theory of psychosocial development, Piagets theory of cognitive development, Kohlberg stages of moral development (pls refer to the boxes) Chapter 29 (paolo & sharyl) 1. Growth and development of an infant (refer to the box for summary table 29.2 2. Ways for nurses to help an ill infant develop a sense of trust table 29.3 3. Promoting nutritional health of an infant (recommended DRI, introduction of solid food, loss of extrusion reflex, weaning,, quantities and types of foods, self-feeding, adequate intake with a vegetarian diet 4. Promoting infant development in daily activities (see subtopics)