4 edition of Principles of infertility nursing found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editor, Catherine Garner.|
|LC Classifications||RC889 .P65 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||213 p. :|
|Number of Pages||213|
|LC Control Number||91000196|
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It is designed to instruct nurses on the principles of care for the couple undergoing the infertility evaluation and treatment for a wide variety of conditions.
Chapters are organized to address the pathophysiology, diagnostic techniques, treatment options and comprehensive nursing care of conditions such as endometriosis, ovulation disorders, uterine and tubal anomalies, and male fertility Cited by: 3.
Principles of infertility nursing. This book is an essential guide to nursing care of the infertile couple. It is designed to instruct nurses on the principles of care for the couple undergoing the infertility evaluation and treatment for a wide variety of conditions.
It is designed to instruct nurses on the principles of care for the couple undergoing the infertility evaluation and treatment for a wide variety of conditions. Chapters are organized to address the pathophysiology, diagnostic techniques, treatment options and comprehensive nursing care of conditions such as endometriosis, ovulation disorders, uterine and tubal anomalies, and male fertility.
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4Principles of care. Introduction. Infertility can be very stressful. The psychological and physical trauma associated with investigation and treatment can often be exacerbated by the length of treatment and the multi-disciplinary approach that is involved.
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The provision of fertility services to support those seeking treatment for infertility is a newer area of nursing practice; the fertility nurse is responsible for providing a holistic approach to investigation, treatment, and early pregnancy through compassionate, informed and evidence-based practice.
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50% of the sperm should be motile, and at. The first principle of fertility treatment is that the interests of the unborn child must be foremost.
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The nursing care includes the following five guiding principles: (i) promoting recall and integration of infertility experiences; (ii) intervening in the process of knowledge acquisition; (iii) intervening in maternal feeling and attachment; (iv) intervening in maternal behaviors of role acquisition; and (v) intervening in the family Cited by: 1.