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Maternal Nursing

1907 The Hospital  
In some cases, treated at the onset, the inflammatory process subsides, milk secretion is continued, and nursing can be resumed-Tuberculous and malignant disease of the breast are both uncommon in nursing  ...  During the treatment the mother should continue nursing with the aid of the nipple shield.  ... 
pmid:29841806 pmcid:PMC5335118 fatcat:zoxpr22g6zbxbjtq7efe45nfx4

MATERNAL NURSING

IRA S. WILE
1912 Journal of the American Medical Association  
ll|ytliing like the same chances of success, all possible efforts should he made to increase maternal nursing as the most Bffective means of reducing infant mortality.  ...  This is the dangerous time when (be milk-supply appears to be decreasing and when, above all things, the removal of the baby from the breast may make maternal nursing impossible.  ...  This, ol" course, causes a further delay in establishing the maternal nursing. In hospitals and milk stations this procedure is (piite possible.  ... 
doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04260030173014 fatcat:kqko6yjdevgl7nspirrbmcxa7y

Maternity nursing

George F. Buchan
1918 Public Health  
THE MATERNITY NURSE. Some such training as the foregoing should be required of all health nurses, included amongst whom is the maternity nurse.  ...  Maternity welfare cannot advantageously be separated from child welfare. Maternity nursing is a part of health nursing.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0033-3506(18)80176-7 fatcat:l3syhabowfhhbizih2bncvawx4

Men in maternity nursing

S Blundell
1990 The Canadian nurse  
But men do have a legitimate place in maternity nursing.  ...  Men in maternity nursing? Why not! C1] References 1. MacPhail, J. Men in nursing. In J. Kerr and J.  ... 
pmid:2376028 fatcat:jl2po47e5fdlhigwqjgyg36czm

Midwives acting as maternity nurses

1922 Public Health  
MIDWIVES ACTING AS MATERNITY NURSES.  ...  If the midwife can prove that at the time of her offence she was acting as a maternity nurse under the direction of a medical man she is absolved from all responsibility.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0033-3506(22)80133-5 fatcat:gyx5aqcehnb3jhogzewxi3r2si

Causes Preventive of Maternal Nursing

1911 The Hospital  
CAUSES PREVENTIVE OF MATERNAL NURSING.  ...  The following causes may be mentioned as contraindicating maternal nursing: (1) "When no milk is secreted; (2) tuberculosis, latent or active?  ... 
pmid:29822272 pmcid:PMC5222110 fatcat:vwdsue5londphidwz4nofeo5ui

Maternal satisfaction with maternal-infant nursing care in Campeche, Mexico

Yolanda Flores Peña, Silvia Esthela Vázquez R. de la Gala, Ricardo Martín Cerda-Flores
2009 Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem  
OBJECTIVE: Evaluate and compare maternal-satisfaction (global and areas) with maternal-child nursing care (MSMINC) and to explore the relationship of MSMINC with wait time, length of visit, and maternal  ...  Given that MSMINC-associated factors were not identified in Group 1, we recommend exploration of maternal expectations and perceptions of care.  ... 
doi:10.1590/s0104-11692009000500008 fatcat:nay7xcvbfffcdh27sqzljniii4

Learning maternity: the experiences of rural nurses

Karen MacKinnon
2010 Canadian Journal of Nursing Research  
Two research studies explored rural nurses' experience with the provision of maternity care in rural British Columbia, Canada.  ...  One of the main challenges identified by rural nurses was ensuring that a knowledgeable/skilled maternity or perinatal nurse was always available at the local hospital.  ...  Learning Maternity Nursing "On the Job" Many experienced nurses told us that they learned maternity care "on the job" under the watchful eye of an experienced maternity nurse or a British-trained nurse  ... 
pmid:20420091 fatcat:tdv5rb6c3vfrthacq7qecu6mym

Integrating Navajo Tradition into Maternal-Child Nursing

Karen J. Satz
1982 Image  
Nurses on the Navajo Ki*servirtion are practicing within a distinct cultural group.  ...  This does not mean that the maternal-infant bond is not strong; it simply means that the family has totally accommodated to a new member, and each individual is allowed to pursue those interests most important  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1547-5069.1982.tb01622.x pmid:6922830 fatcat:dpl47tsfkbbudcobv65ublo6ua

Maternal Health Care for Public Health Nurses

Kazuo MAEDA, Yukihisa MATSUMOTO, Akira KOIZUMI, Yoshizo MURAKAMI
1960 Japanese Journal of Health and Human Ecology  
., R London, More than the half of public health nurses are married in Japan. It appears that maternal health care for those public health nurses is not quite sufficient.  ...  Fujieda Health Center, Shizuoka Prefecture and Department of Public Flealth, Faculty of Medicine, the University of Tokyo, Tokyo) 5) Schurtleff, D.: Public Health Reports 70: 248•`252, (1955) Maternal  ... 
doi:10.3861/jshhe.26.434 fatcat:yyyxskzpmrcjjgtfpe3glk5v5i

Kurdish Maternity Nurses' Perspectives About Human Dignity

Tiran Jamil Piro
2016 Journal of Client-centered Nursing Care  
Acknowledgments This study was financially supported by Hawler Medical University/College of Nursing.  ...  The author expresses her gratitude and thanks to the study nurses and other people whose help make this study possible.  ...  Research question What are the views and ideas of maternity nurses regarding human dignity?  ... 
doi:10.32598/jccnc.2.3.161 fatcat:yo2lz5cgmjcypk4yusdfafheli

Woman-centered maternity nursing education and practice

Gloria Giarratano
2003 The Journal of Perinatal Education  
The purpose of this Heideggerian phenomenological study was to uncover the meanings of the clinical experiences of registered nurses working in maternity settings after they studied maternity nursing from  ...  Data collection included an individual, open-ended interview that focused on the nurses' descriptions of their everyday practices as maternity nurses.  ...  Nursing liam Doll, PhD. managers and preceptors in maternity settings need to facilitate the development of advocacy skills, assert-  ... 
doi:10.1624/105812403x106694 pmid:17273327 pmcid:PMC1595133 fatcat:zet736lnefdc3kaktixwksyucm

Developing Nursing Management Protocol for Maternity Nurses Regarding Emergency Obstetric Care

Eman Mohammed Abdelhakm
2017 American Journal of Nursing Science  
The aim of the study was to develop nursing management protocol for maternity nurses regarding obstetric emergencies. An intervention (quasi experimental) study design was used.  ...  A convenient sample of all nurses working in Obstetrics and Gynecology emergencies department at Benha University Hospital (40 nurse).  ...  Acknowledgements The researchers would like to express gratitude and appreciations to the nurses who participated in this study for their effective cooperation.  ... 
doi:10.11648/j.ajns.20170605.16 fatcat:76a5enmpgrd7vf3jx6jl6mzvwe

The maternity ward of a teaching hospital: reconfiguration of maternal-child nursing care

Mônica Barros de Pontes, Tânia Cristina Franco Santos, Maria Angélica de Almeida Peres, Antonio José de Almeida Filho
2018 Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem  
Objective: to analyze the strategies used by nurses and nurse professors for a better position in the maternity ward of the teaching hospital of the Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo.  ...  Results: the results allowed us to understand the close link between the maternity ward and the nursing course of the Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, which created a differentiated nursing care  ...  Laura arrived as a professor of the nursing course and joined the maternity ward.  ... 
doi:10.1590/0034-7167-2016-0585 pmid:29972523 fatcat:6q6nkfgbqfhfjnygb5xbp3o7r4

Skilful anticipation: maternity nurses' perspectives on maintaining safety

A. Lyndon
2010 BMJ Quality and Safety  
The contributions of maternity nurses to team situation awareness and to creating safety need to be appreciated and administratively supported.  ...  Objective To describe maternity nurses' perspectives on how they contribute to safety during labour and birth at two urban academic medical centres in the United States.  ...  The study was conducted with 12 nurses and cannot be construed as representative of maternity nurses in general.  ... 
doi:10.1136/qshc.2007.024547 pmid:20142407 fatcat:sfbl7ypponhshlfrlfhumyrlna
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