If you are going to pay a confinement nanny to come into your home and help take care of your newborn baby, you must take some precautions to make sure you get the most benefit for the investment. You may come to love your nanny as if she is a natural part of your family, but it is still a financial deal. You deserve to get the most from the deal, so consider a few related tips. Don 't Forget Yourself A confinement nanny is there to help take care of you, not just your baby. In fact, many believe that the confinement nanny should primarily care for the new mother so she remains healthy enough to take care of her baby on her own when the confinement period is over.
The benefits of prenatal care are ensuring the birth of a healthy baby with minimal risk for the mother. Some of the significant characteristics of prenatal care are to have an accurate age of the fetus and to recognize any prospective risk or complications for both the mother and the fetus. Also being comfortable to communicate with your healthcare provider and also being educated through the process of pregnancy. Prenatal care is monitoring the mother and fetus throughout the pregnancy. Some issues that arise for the mother can be high blood pressure, gestational diabetes, and inadequate weight gain if untreated it can become harmful to the fetus.
Thus, there is a global call for ensuring sustainable nutrition for young women. Data suggests that Healthcare and Nutrition varies from a nation to another nation. Women belonging to industrialized economies have made considerable progress in accessing healthcare for themselves and their families. Having said that, it is only fair to appreciate the UN Decade for Women for making a huge difference in putting women’s issues globally and helping in representation. Even the World Health Organisation has played a very significant role in ensuring that women enjoy a good health status in the society.
These days, breastfeeding has an effective impact to protect the mother and infant from obesity. “Identifying causes and prevention strategies, such as breastfeeding infants, is an important step in preventing childhood obesity”, [Hernandez 10]. This article explains the importance of breastfeeding to prevent obesity in childhood. Breast milk has all the materials of healthy milk such as minerals and vitamins. Moreover, I heard that the mother who breastfeed has big role in getting a nice body after delivery.
Postpartum Mood Disorders Giving birth to a baby brings one of the biggest psychological and physiological changes a woman may encounter in her lifetime. Pregnancy and childbearing bring with them joy, hope and excitement and are marked by celebration. However, the birth of a child can at times be overshadowed by overwhelming emotional struggles. Due to the enormity of the changes associated with child bearing, it is highly likely that a woman may experience some form of related stress. These emotional or mood struggles are a common occurrence after childbirth and are a major postpartum challenge (Stocky & Lynch, 2000).
It is very easy to get wrapped up in the day to day tasks that we complete as nurses. But in order to give our patients the best possible care, we must look at our day through a holistic lens. The following essay will outline the theory as created by the “lady with the lamp” Florence Nightingale. We will look at the different components that are important to a patient’s health and outline on to incorporate these components into current practice. Florence Nightingale Theory of Nursing Upon initial assessment of Mrs. Adams case, many things are out of line according to the theory of nursing by Florence Nightingale.
Abortion is Ethical in many ways. A woman has a right to her own body to make decisions for herself. In some cases, women use abortion because of severe medical problems not only for the mother, but for the fetus. Test could show birth defects or complications that could potentially harm the fetus but the mother as well. For example, severe infections, heart defects, preeclampsia which causes the mother to develop high blood pressure and causes strokes.
According to my beliefs, the story reflects on various topics covered in the textbook. Despite the role of the woman in the society is vital in ensuring stability, they always face the numerous challenges that limit their productivity. Gender violence is one of the leading issues experienced by women of all ages. In the novel, Mama Elena resorts to aggressiveness and coerces Tita to obey her. Moreover, she imposes rules on her last born daughter thereby diminishing her decision-making ability.
Defence : The technique of Operation Research may be used effectively to make scientific decision in defence operations, shortest path problem, vehicle routing and shipping food grains or ammunition are the problems which can be solved effectively by using the aforementioned techniques of operation research. 2. Industries : The techniques of Operation Research may be used for effective management of the functional areas such as production, marketing, personnel and finance of an
This form of violence can affect women in their entire life. An example can be abuse of women or human trafficking. Women that experience this type of violence, suffer from a variety of health problems and it gives them less chances to participate in public activities. This type of violence can affect families, communities and society. The World Health Organizations (WHO) helps to stop this domestic violence by designing investigations created to elevate the interventions into intimate partner violence.
Qualitative research design helped me identify my goals by consulting available research literature that is appropriate to my topic. The design decisions are explained and justified because my research question is based on prior research experiences. This design allows me to collect and analyze the data outcomes. 4. Is the design appropriate, given the research question?
As a result Rachel’s mother will be able to receive quality and better health and social care in the care home that she will be taken to. Both Rachel and he mother will be assured of their expectations regarding the health and social care because of the organisational policy, legislation, regulations and codes of conduct practice. As a result the mother will be able to receive improved service from the social care professionals in the care home. The policy, legislation, regulation and Codes of Practice will assure the protection of the health and social workers and service users at all times form any injury, harm or abuse. Disadvantages • It is very expensive to develop and implement the policy, legislation, regulation and codes of practice of the organisational policy (Fullan and Carmel,
Post term babies are at higher risk due to aging of the placenta, the organ that provides nourishment to the infant, which with age is unable to give the baby a sufficient amount of oxygen needed, which may then cause stress the fetus (Burke, 2012). Other risk factors may include preeclampsia (high blood pressure), oligohydramnios (deficiency of amniotic fluid), chorioamnionitis (inflammation of the fetal membranes), and positive pressure ventilation prior to clearing the airway. Prevention The prevention of meconium aspiration, healthcare providers as well as the carrying mother should pay close attention to the amount of stress put on the unborn infant. As stated previously high stress on the infant in utero may cause the infant to inhale causing aspiration of meconium. Also, initiating prompt delivery in the presence of fetal acidosis, late decelerations, or poor beat-to-beat variability (Behrman, 2004).
Women’s experience of miscarriage is obvious and distressing, both psychologically and physiologically. Although miscarriage is therefore a very common occurrence it is suggested that many women find it very hard to deal with it emotionally. The pregnancy loss through miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy,
Sexism runs rampant through the institutions of contemporary life. While politics, marriage, education, and athletics are a few of many institutions plagued by sexism, women’s healthcare is perhaps the most egregious of them all because it is a life or death proposition. Women’s healthcare is often put second to men’s healthcare, as physicians neglect to recognize the biological differences between the sexes. This results in women receiving improper treatment for their symptoms or having their needs entirely neglected. Not only do these issues affect women, but also, being that females are child bearers, the lack of attention paid to female health potentially impacts the wellbeing of future children.