PNS Partograph and How to Assess Labour, The WebPDF



  • Format: eBook
  • ISBN: 9780702197352
  • Extent: 80 pages
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  • Category: Nursing, Health & Medicine

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A midwife is responsible for recording the progress of labour on a partograph or partogram.  The partograph helps caregivers detect whether labour is progressing normally or not, indicates when augmentation of labour is appropriate and assists in recognising potential problems before they occur.  The Partograph and How to Assess Labour is part of a series of books aimed primarily at the registered nurse wishing to continue with his or her professional development. Each book covers one important topic, and has been written by a specialist in that field. The series follows a consistent format and covers issues such as key ethical and legal considerations, relevant legislation, case studies, and practical applications.

These concise, accessible texts will be suitable for accreditation when Continuing Professional Development becomes a requirement.

Midwives, students, lecturers, short courses on midwifery, nurses wishing to expand or refresh their knowledge.

• Gives clear guidelines on how to complete the partograph correctly
• Shows how to identify abnormalities in recordings
• Offers guidelines on how to act on these abnormalities should they occur
• Includes a comprehensive workbook to put the theory into practise
• Provides solutions for the workbook questions to guide the assessor.

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A midwife is responsible for recording the progress of labour on a partograph or partogram.  The partograph helps caregivers detect whether labour is progressing normally or not, indicates when augmentation of labour is appropriate and assists in recognising potential problems before they occur.  The Partograph and How to Assess Labour is part of a series of books aimed primarily at the registered nurse wishing to continue with his or her professional development. Each book covers one important topic, and has been written by a specialist in that field. The series follows a consistent format and covers issues such as key ethical and legal considerations, relevant legislation, case studies, and practical applications.

These concise, accessible texts will be suitable for accreditation when Continuing Professional Development becomes a requirement.

Midwives, students, lecturers, short courses on midwifery, nurses wishing to expand or refresh their knowledge.

• Gives clear guidelines on how to complete the partograph correctly
• Shows how to identify abnormalities in recordings
• Offers guidelines on how to act on these abnormalities should they occur
• Includes a comprehensive workbook to put the theory into practise
• Provides solutions for the workbook questions to guide the assessor.

This product does not have any reviews yet - be the first to write one.