Nursing & Health Survival Guide: Antenatal Midwifery Skills
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A pocket-sized reference tool for quick access to crucial information in any community or antenatal setting.
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Amniotic fluid index
Bishops score for induction
Blood pressure taking
Booking advice and health promotion
British sign language
Calculating Estimated delivery sates (EDD)
CMACE Top Ten recommendations
Customised growth charts
Female circumcision (FGM)
Functions of the placenta
Methods of Induction
Vulnerable groups of women
All you need to know on:
- Giving advice at a booking interview
- Managing a woman with pre-eclampsia, cholestasis or diabetes
- Performing venipuncture
- Antenatal screening tests
- And much more...
Alison Edwards lectures at BCU and has worked in Nursing and Midwifery since 1985, having trained as a Registered nurse first. She worked in Gynaecology prior to commencing Midwifery training and remained in full-time practice until 2004, when she transfered to lecturing. Alison has worked in antenatal and postnatal ward areas, she set up and run a fetal medicine / pregnancy day assessment unit, and regularly coordinated delivery suites in a variety of units in the Midlands.