**Placenta previa: placenta is fully or part located over cervix. Sx painless vaginal bleeding. Cesarean section, r/f post-partal hemorrhage. **Placental abruption: placenta separates from the uterine wall.  Sx painful cramping, vaginal bleeding, fetal distress & contractions that may seem continuous. Baby r/f still birth or severe birth defects. Mother r/f pp hemorrhage, shock & may need med to help the uterus contract after delivery. If the baby is 36+ weeks, indication for immediate…

**Placenta previa: placenta is fully or part located over cervix. Sx painless vaginal bleeding. Cesarean section, r/f post-partal hemorrhage. **Placental abruption: placenta separates from the uterine wall. Sx painful cramping, vaginal bleeding, fetal distress & contractions that may seem continuous. Baby r/f still birth or severe birth defects. Mother r/f pp hemorrhage, shock & may need med to help the uterus contract after delivery. If the baby is 36+ weeks, indication for immediate…

Postpartum Assessment #nursing haha remember BUBBLE helps during postpartum assessment

Postpartum Assessment #nursing haha remember BUBBLE helps during postpartum assessment

Where to listen for the fetal heart tones in different fetal positions. Labor and Birth Processes

Where to listen for the fetal heart tones in different fetal positions. Labor and Birth Processes

Placental abruption is a significant contributor to maternal mortality worldwide; early and skilled medical intervention is needed to ensure a good outcome, and this is not available in many parts of the world. Symptoms: contractions that don't stop (and may follow one another so rapidly as to seem continuous), pain in the uterus, tenderness in the abdomen, vaginal bleeding (sometimes), uterus may be disproportionately enlarged, pallor.

Placental abruption is a significant contributor to maternal mortality worldwide; early and skilled medical intervention is needed to ensure a good outcome, and this is not available in many parts of the world. Symptoms: contractions that don't stop (and may follow one another so rapidly as to seem continuous), pain in the uterus, tenderness in the abdomen, vaginal bleeding (sometimes), uterus may be disproportionately enlarged, pallor.

Omg. Pushing a baby out of my cervix the size of a bagel... NO THANKS!

Omg. Pushing a baby out of my cervix the size of a bagel... NO THANKS!

How You Get Pregnant With Twins

How You Get Pregnant With Twins or Multiples

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