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slow return to baseline; indicative of fetal hypoxia because of deficient placental perfusion; caused by PIH, maternal diabetes, placenta previa, abruption placentae; nonreasurring sign c. Variable decelerations–transient U/V-shaped reduction occurring at any time during uterine contracting phase; decrease usually more than 15 bpm, lasting 15 seconds, return to baseline in less than 2 minutes from onset, indicative of cord compression, which may be relieved by change in mother’s position;
of adaptive coping? 3. Is there participation in screening? 4. Has normal bonding occurred? 5. Does the child respond appropriately to the parent and to others? 6. Can the parent interpret the needs of the child? 7. Has acceptable behavior been defined and are limits being set? Is there an acceptable means of discipline? 8. Has successful teaching occurred? 9. Do the parents experience a sense of satisfaction? 10. Are there sufficient data or is there a need for further assessment?
hypertension (PIH) B. Diagnose 1. Degenerative anomaly of chorionic villi C. Plan/Implementation 1. Curettage to completely remove all molar tissue that can become malignant 2. Pregnancy is discouraged for 1 year 3. hCG levels are monitored for 1 year (if continue to be elevated, may require hysterectomy and chemotherapy) 4. Contraception discussed; IUD not used D. Evaluation 1. Has the woman adjusted to the lack of a viable pregnancy? 2. Has the Rh-negative woman received RhoGAM?
Medication that Reverses Hypoglycemia Table 27. Antidiarrheal Medications Table 28. Antiemetic Medications Table 29. Antifungal Medications Table 30. Antigout Medications Table 31. Antihistamine Medications Table 32. Antilipemic Agents Table 33. Antihypertensives: Ace Inhibitors (Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme) Table 34. Antihypertensives: Beta-Adrenergic Blockers Table 35. Antihypertensives: Calcium-Channel Blockers Table 36. Antihypertensives: Angiotensin II Receptor Antagonists (Ace
irrigations for sigmoid colostomy a. Purpose—to stimulate emptying of colon of gas, mucus, feces at scheduled times to avoid need for appliance b. Usually begins 5–7 days postop c. When possible, should be sitting upright on toilet for procedure d. Performed after a meal, same time each day e. 500–1,500 mL of lukewarm water used for solution f. Special irrigating sleeve and cone are used g. Insert catheter 8 cm (3 inches) h. Hang irrigating container at shoulder height (18–20 inches above