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interventions, lower c-section rates, and offer more personal care for pregnant women. The problem with the current form of obstetrical care in the United States is the uncritical acceptance of an unscientific method: the routine use of interventionist obstetrics for healthy women with normal pregnancies in contrast to a midwifery model of care for pregnant women. Should the medical establishment and insurance companies accept midwifery, as a whole, for low-risk pregnant women? In order to answer this question
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In infant’s, is delayed cord clamping beneficial at birth and through childhood? Numerous maternity care providers continue to clamp the umbilical cord instantly after a basic vaginal birth, even though the substantial newborn benefits of delayed cord clamping (usually defined as 2 to 3 minutes after birth) are now well known. However, there is no solid scientific backing for immediate cord clamping (ICC), deep-rooted medical habits can be sluggish in changing. Sloan, Mark (2012) “Common Objections
Challenges, choices, and alternatives keep the dream alive for couples wanting a family and considering embryo reproduction. New medical and science technology in the embryo industry across the nation provide opportunities for childless couples to utilize technology advancements to assist with reproduction but with religion, moral and legal considerations when selecting this extra-ordinary process in today's society. All four sources function with detailed information regarding embryo reproduction
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Screening pregnant women for depression is part of routine antenatal care conducted by midwives at Nambour General Hospital. Depression screening occurs at the booking in appointment and again at 36 weeks gestation using the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (EPDS). The purpose of this essay is to evaluate the usefulness of antenatal screening for depression using the EPDS. Current evidence will be considered and the role of midwives, in utilising a positive midwife-woman relationship while administering
Introduction Importance of communication is to an extent that some scholars have claimed that the basis of individual damages and disorders and human advancements are in communication process. Effective communication is a combination of the art of communication, education, anthropology, behavioral skills and many other sciences (1). Improvement of quality of supplying services while delivery and enhancement of quality of midwife communication with parturient is today one of the most effective approaches
implementation of the Women’s Health Van, a fully equipped mobile health clinic. The clinic was designed to address barriers to health care access such as language, transportation, and cost. The van was capable of a wide range of gynecologic and obstetric care, completely free of charge. Ultimately it was learned that underserved women who utilized the van services for prenatal care initiated care three weeks earlier than women using other