NURS 6551 Care Plans for Pregnancy Discussion

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NURS 6551 Care Plans for Pregnancy Discussion

NURS 6551 Care Plans for Pregnancy Discussion

 

After confirming and dating a pregnancy, you must
collaborate with patients to develop a personalized care plan. These pregnancy
care plans are integral to prenatal care as they help to ensure the mother and
child’s well-being throughout the entire pregnancy. Pregnancy can be a
wonderful, yet difficult time for women as a woman’s body goes through many
physical, mental, and emotional changes that might be challenging or even
overwhelming for some. Whether or not these women share their concerns, as the
advanced practice nurse, you must routinely watch for signs and symptoms of any
developing physical or mental health issues. By collaborating with patients and
discussing concerns, you can modify care plans and often address potential
issues before they become a significant health problem. For this Discussion,
consider pregnancy care plans for the women in the following case studies:

Case Study 1:

On 1-15-13, you are seeing a 25-year-old Caucasian female in
the clinic because she believes she’s pregnant. Her LMP was 12-1-12. Her home
pregnancy test was positive, and she has been having nausea and breast
tenderness.

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Case Study 2:

You are seeing a 28-year-old African American female, G6 P
3115, who is currently on oral combined hormonal contraception. She’s here
because she and her partner would like to have another child. She heard “it
takes a while to become pregnant after being on the Pill,” so she discontinued
them three months ago. They haven’t been using any contraception since then.
Upon questioning, she states that on the Pill, sometimes her menstrual periods
are very light and once she didn’t have one at all. Her urine pregnancy test in
the clinic is positive. Her LMP was 7-14-12. You are seeing her on 12-3-12.

To prepare:

Review Chapter 30 of the Schuiling and Likis text and
Chapter 2 of the Tharpe et al. text.

Review and select one of the two provided case studies.
Analyze the patient information.

Consider how to date the pregnancy and estimate the date of
delivery for the patient in the case study you selected.

Based on the dating of the pregnancy, reflect on the appropriate
clinical guidelines for procedures and screenings. Think about the implications
of any missed procedures or screenings.

Determine a plan of care for the patient. Identify
procedures, screenings, diagnostic testing, pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic treatments
(if appropriate), management strategies, and patient education.

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