Title Guidelines for Nurse Practitioners in Ambulatory Obstetric Settings, 2/e
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Author Nancy J. Cibulka, Mary Lee Barron
ISBN 9780826119513
List price USD 80.00
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Binding Paperback
No of pages 400
Book size 178 x 229 mm
Publishing year 2017
Original publisher Springer Publishing Company
Published in India by Springer Publishing Company
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Praise for the First Edition:

 

“This is a concise, yet comprehensive book. I would recommend that any advanced practice nurse working in obstetrics have it on the bookshelf. It could also be used as a protocol manual for small practices.”

Score: 100, 5 Stars

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Description:

The only comprehensive source of current, evidence-based guidelines for nurse practitioners, nurse-midwives, clinical nurse specialists, and other health professionals who provide prenatal and postpartum care in outpatient settings, this clinical reference covers the latest health care guidelines in an easy-to-read, outline format. With three new chapters, Obesity in Pregnancy, Dermatological Concerns, and Preventing Zika in Pregnancy, the second edition has also been updated to include new guidelines from professional organizations such as the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses; American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists; American Academy of Pediatricians; and the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force.

Delivered in a convenient, spiral-bound format for health professionals in a busy clinical practice setting, this guide addresses clinical topics and practice standards regarding preconception, prenatal, and postpartum nursing care. Topics are broken down into definition, etiology, history, physical exam, lab exam, differential diagnosis, treatment, complications, consultation/referral, and follow-up. Sections provide in-depth detail on genetic counseling, health promotion and assessment, lactation issues, and medications during pregnancy. Tables and diagrams further illustrate and reinforce the content, and numerous web addresses are provided.

New to the Second Edition:

  • Three new chapters, Obesity in Pregnancy, Dermatological Concerns, and Preventing Zika in Pregnancy
  • New and updated guidelines from the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses; American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists; American Academy of Pediatricians; and the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force
  • New clinical updates on genetic screening and testing, nausea and vomiting, use of low-dose aspirin to prevent pregnancy complications, HIV prevention using PrEP, breastfeeding, avoidance of nonmedically indicated early-term delivery, and use of marijuana and heroin
  • New nomenclature for preeclampsia
  • Updated information on healthy preconception care


Key Features:

  • Comprises the only comprehensive source of current guidelines for nurse practitioner care of obstetric patientsin ambulatory settings
  • Presents complete guidelines in consistent, easy-to-access outline format
  • Written by board-certified nurse practitioners with more than 50 years of combined women’s health and obstetric/perinatal practice
  • Offers guidelines on identifying complications and when to refer for specialist care


Contents:

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Preface
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Part I: Guidelines For Preparation For Pregnancy

Chapter 1. Preconception Counseling and Care (Mary Lee Barron)

Chapter 2. Screening for Genetic Disorders and Genetic Counseling—Preconception and Early Pregnancy
(Nancy J. Cibulka)

Part II: Guidelines For Routine Prenatal and Postpartum Care

Chapter 3. The First Prenatal Visit (Mary Lee Barron)

Chapter 4. Ongoing Prenatal Care (Mary Lee Barron)

Chapter 5. Medication Use in Pregnancy (Mary Lee Barron)

Chapter 6. Antenatal Fetal Surveillance (Nancy J. Cibulka)

Chapter 7. Postpartum Care in the Ambulatory Setting (Nancy J. Cibulka)

Chapter 8. Postpartum Complications (Nancy J. Cibulka)

Part III: Guidelines For Management Of Common Problems of Pregnancy

Chapter 9. Oral Health and Oral Health Problems in Pregnancy (Nancy J. Cibulka)

Chapter 10. Iron-Deficiency Anemia in Pregnancy (Nancy J. Cibulka)

Chapter 11. Respiratory Illness During Pregnancy: Upper Respiratory Infection, Influenza, and Asthma
(Nancy J. Cibulka)

Chapter 12. Asymptomatic Bacteriuria and Urinary Tract Infection in Pregnancy (Mary Lee Barron)

Chapter 13. Vaginitis and Sexually Transmitted Infections (Mary Lee Barron)

Chapter 14. Dermatoses of Pregnancy (Nancy J. Cibulka)

Part IV: Guidelines For Management of Selected Complications of Pregnancy

Chapter 15. Bleeding and Pregnancy Loss (Mary Lee Barron)

Chapter 16. Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (Mary Lee Barron)

Chapter 17. Obesity and Pregnancy (Mary Lee Barron)

Chapter 18. Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy (Nancy J. Cibulka)

Chapter 19. Preterm Labor (Nancy J. Cibulka)

Chapter 20. HIV-1 and Pregnancy: Screening, Diagnosis, and Management (Nancy J. Cibulka)

Chapter 21. Zika Virus and Pregnancy (Nancy J. Cibulka)

Chapter 22. Disaster Planning for Pregnant and Postpartum Women and Their Infants (Nancy J. Cibulka and
Anna J. Fischer Colby)

Appendices

A. Patient Resources and Instructions (Nancy J. Cibulka and Mary Lee Barron)

B. Screening Tools (Mary Lee Barron)

C. Common Approach to HIV Testing in Pregnancy for Barnes–Jewish Hospital: A Consensus of the HIV Perinatal Working Group of Washington University School of Medicine (Nancy J. Cibulka)

D. Federal Employment Laws on Work Break (Mary Lee Barron)

Index


About the Authors:

Nancy J. Cibulka, PhD, WHNP, FNP-BC, FAANP, is a women’s health and family nurse practitioner (NP) at Barnes–Jewish Hospital and at Washington University’s OB/GYN clinic, where she provides prenatal and well-woman care for inner-city women and for HIV-infected women. She serves on the Research Council at Barnes–Jewish Hospital and is coinvestigator for a study that examines communication methods to promote the human papilloma virus vaccine for young men. Dr. Cibulka also serves as adjunct assistant professor in nursing at Saint Louis University and as adjunct clinical instructor in OB/GYN at Washington University School of Medicine, where she teaches NP students, medical students, and first-year medical residents. Dr. Cibulka’s experience as an NP spans more than 35 years, including with the OB/GYN clinic at Barnes–Jewish Hospital; Take-Care Health Systems (St. Louis, Missouri); Unity Corporate Health Services, a private practice perinatal group at Washington University School of Medicine (St. Louis, Missouri); and in private practice at Gratiot Community Hospital (Alma, Michigan).

In addition to her current teaching position at Saint Louis University, Dr. Cibulka was an associate professor of nursing at Maryville University (St. Louis, Missouri) and an instructor at the University of Iowa College of Nursing. Dr. Cibulka has taught undergraduate courses in maternal–child nursing and taught advanced graduate clinical courses in advanced health assessment; care of the adolescent, adult, and older adult; care of childbearing and childrearing families; professional role development; and advanced clinical practicum. Additional clinical experience includes being an NP, Planned Parenthood of East Central Ohio; nurse consultant, Maternal & Child Health Bureau, Iowa Department of Public Health; and clinical consultant, March of Dimes Perinatal Project, Wisconsin Vocational Studies Center, University of Wisconsin. She has published articles in the Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, & Neonatal Nursing; American Journal of Nursing; Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care; The Journal for Nurse Practitioners; Journal of Nursing Education; and Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners; among others. She has presented papers at national conferences, including the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric, and Neonatal Nurses; National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties (NONPF); Midwest Nursing Research Society; Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI); and the annual evidence-based practice conferences. Honors and awards include the Research Abstract Award (American Association of Nurse Practitioners [AANP] in 2008), research poster (STTI in 2005), School of Health Professions Distinguished Faculty Award (2005), the scholarship/fellowship award (Abbott Labs in 2005), and the Maryville University President’s Faculty Award for Exemplary Service for Scholarship (2005), among others. She is a member of AANP and, in June 2012, she was inducted into the Fellows.

Mary Lee Barron, PhD, APRN, FNP-BC, FAANP, is an associate professor, School of Nursing, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE). She is also the director of Marquette Fertility Education, which offers direct patient care services and research in natural family planning. Formerly, she taught at Saint Louis University in the family nurse practitioner (NP) program and served as director of the master’s and doctor of nursing practice programs. With more than 35 years of nursing experience, her NP clinical experience has focused on OB/GYN at the OB/GYN clinic (Barnes–Jewish Hospital) and is affiliated with Washington University School of Medicine and Saint Louis University. She currently volunteers as an NP at Casa De Salud, a Hispanic clinic. She has taught the Marquette method as a natural family planning instructor and has been trained by the Pope Paul VI Institute, Omaha, Nebraska, as a medical consultant and fertility care practitioner. She also served in the U.S. Naval Reserve, where she advanced to the rank of lieutenant commander.

At SIUE, Dr. Barron teaches graduate advanced management of women’s health with practicum, nursing research, theory-guided practice, and emerging roles in advanced nursing practice. She has published 19 peer-reviewed articles in a variety of journals. Dr. Barron has authored the March of Dimes module on Antepartum Care and Laboratory Examination since 1998 and served as a visiting professor presenting “Born Too Soon” for the Los Angeles chapter. She has authored 10 book chapters and presents widely on topics related to the health benefits of breastfeeding, natural family planning, obesity and pregnancy, and hormone replacement therapy. Dr. Barron is the recipient of several awards, including the Leadership Academy Fellow (American Association of Colleges of Nursing) and Alpha Sigma Nu (Jesuit Honor Society). She is a member of Sigma Theta Tau International, Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric, and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN); National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties; and the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. In June 2014, she was inducted into the Fellows. She serves as a manuscript reviewer for a number of journals, including Clinical Nursing Research, MCN: The American Journal of Maternal/Child Nursing, and Biological Research for Nursing.

Target Audience:

For nurse practitioners, nurse-midwives, clinical nurse specialists, and other health professionals who provide prenatal and postpartum care in outpatient settings.

 

 
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