Factors Influencing Obstetrical Care Selection
- Area hospitals cater to expectant mothers. Postman, Lore // Indianapolis Business Journal;6/19/95, Vol. 16 Issue 12, p12A
Reports on developments related to Indiana-based hospitals which offer obstetrics services to expectant mothers. Pregnant women's preferences for their hospitals; Hospitals' improvement of their services.
- What is Ultrasound. Bruce, Elizabeth // Mothering;Sep/Oct2000, Issue 102, p54
Describes the features and applications of ultrasound used for monitoring the health of pregnant women.
- Weighing the Risks. Buckley, Sarah // Mothering;Sep/Oct2000, Issue 102, p56
Explains factors to consider for pregnant women who want to use ultrasound in monitoring their health.
- The Pregnant Surgical Patient: Medical Evaluation and Management. Barron, William M. // Annals of Internal Medicine;Nov84, Vol. 101 Issue 5, p683
Discusses maternal and fetal considerations in the medical evaluation and management of the pregnant surgical patient. Changes in the cardiovascular system; Consequence of changes in the respiratory system; Principles of teratology.
- Symphysis pubis dysfunction: improving the service. Wainright, Maggie; Fishburn, Sarah; Tudor-Williams, Nichole; Naoum, Hikmet; Garner, Val // British Journal of Midwifery;Nov2003, Vol. 11 Issue 11, p664
Discusses a collaborative project with an aim in generating guidelines for diagnosis and treatment of women with symphysis pubis dysfunction. Discovery of a lack of care and treatment for symphysis pubis dysfunction; Protocol development and implementation; Response of women to the diagnosis...
- ANESTHETIC IMPLICATIONS OF A PARTIAL MOLAR PREGNANCY AND ASSOCIATED COMPLICATIONS. Celeski, Daniel; Micho, Jerry; Walters, Lynda // AANA Journal;Feb2001, Vol. 69 Issue 1, p49
Presents a case study on anesthetic management of a woman with partial molar pregnancy. Surgical history of the patient; Physiological findings on the patient; Details of the clinical management administered to the patient.
- baby your bottom. // Baby Talk;Mar2006, Vol. 71 Issue 2, p71
The article presents tips to healing an episiotomy. Several tips for a tear or an episiotomy are suggested. They include: (1.) squirting the vaginal area with a bottle of warm water when urinating to relieve stinging and keep it clean; (2.) using frozen peas for cool relief; (3.) soaking the...
- Laparoscopic Surgery in Pregnancy:Long-Term Follow-Up. Rizzo, Anne G. // Journal of Laparoendoscopic & Advanced Surgical Techniques;Feb2003, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p11
Objective: To describe the long-term consequences of laparoscopic surgery during pregnancy. Summary Background Data: Laparoscopic surgery is well established in the surgical community. Laparoscopic surgery in the pregnant patient is not yet broadly accepted; concern has been for fetal wastage,...
- Effects of Nonobstetric Operations During Pregnancy. // American Family Physician;5/1/1994, Vol. 49 Issue 6, p1517
Presents a study by Kort and colleagues on the accuracy of preoperative diagnosis, fetal outcome and the effect of tocolytics for threatened preterm labor in the postoperative period. Review of records of women who delivered over a 10-year period at two hospitals; Three most common nonobstetric...