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Can fetal pulmonary artery Doppler indices predict neonatal respiratory distress syndrome?

Medical News Today: 10 Common Labor Complications

Learn about some of the common complications of labor that can occur, including fetal distress, excessive bleeding and placenta previa.

Pelvic Floor and Urinary Distress in Women with Fibromyalgia

This study found that ninety-three percent of women with fibromyalgia indicated that they experience bladder or pelvic pain. How do these symptoms affect the total impact of fibromyalgia? Pain Manag...

Increased Weight No Longer Limitation For Spina Bifida Fetal Surgery at SSM Health St. Louis Fetal Care Institute

St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) November 30, 2015 Until now, the St. Louis Fetal Care Institute used the surgery inclusion and exclusion cri...

Better training is needed on fetal alcohol disorders, says BMA

Training programmes on the prevention, diagnosis, and management of fetal alcohol syndromes should be implemented for UK healthcare professionals and included in undergraduate curriculums to resolve.....

Noninvasix Inc.

Noninvasix Inc. uses optoacoustics to noninvasively measure oxygenation of the brain, without any influencing variables, to determine fetal distress. The company says its method eliminates some of the...

California Southern University Names Dean of School of Nursing

California Southern University in Irvine has named Judith McLeod DNP, CPNP dean of the university's new School of Nursing. Dr. McLeod-who earned her Doctor of Nursing Practice from the renowned Johns ...

Optimal Pain Assessment in Pediatric Rehabilitation

Read how the implementation of a targeted nursing guideline was central in providing optimal pain management in these pediatric patients. Pain Management Nursing

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Piloting an Automated Distress Management Program in an Oncology Practice.

New administrative requirements to provide assessment and treatment for distress in patients with cancer, as well as concern for positive patient outcomes, highlight oncology practitioners' need for a...

An Inpatient Surgical Oncology Unit's Experience With Moral Distress: Part II.

The purpose of this article is to describe approaches used to alleviate nurse moral distress on a surgical oncology unit and challenges faced when addressing the complex factors that contributed to th...

Moral Distress: Recognition, Diagnosis, and Treatment.

Infusion nursing is a unique hybrid of inpatient and ambulatory nursing. The subspecialty of nurses cares for patients requiring treatment over long periods, including cancer patients receiving chemot...

Management of Complex Cardiac Issues in the Pregnant Patient.

Management of peripartum heart disease in the intensive care unit requires optimization of maternal hemodynamics and maintenance of fetal perfusion. This requires fetal monitoring and should address t...

A Specific Distress Cutoff Score Shortly After Breast Cancer Diagnosis.

High levels of distress are expected shortly after the diagnosis breast cancer. The Distress Thermometer (DT) is commonly used to screen for distress, using a cutoff score of 4 or 5; however, this sco...

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