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FM-ACS-015.

02 CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY OF THAILAND Course Syllabus (Theory)

Course code: INUR 3315 Course Title: Midwifery II Semester :2 Academic Year: 2013 Program:Bachelor of Nursing Science (International Program) Course Status: Major Course Lecturer: Ms. Gladys U. Desmanos ________________________________________________________________ 1. Course Description Midwifery II introduces concepts and principles of nursing therapeutics for pregnant women who are at risk for developing complications throughout all the stages of normal spontaneous vaginal delivery and births by instruments, post partum nursing care management and newborns with complications using the nursing process with emphasis on the care rendered and collaboration of family members within legal limitations; nurses application of code of ethics in order to maintain and protect the physical, psychological, social and spiritual well-being of individuals, groups, families and communities. 2. Course Behavioral Objectives On completion of this course, the students will be able to: 2.1 Explain the concepts and principles of nursing therapeutics for pregnant women who are at risk for complications throughout all the stages of normal spontaneous vaginal delivery and the implementation of appropriate nursing care management; 2.2 Explain the concepts and principles of nursing therapeutics for pregnant women who are at risk for complications throughout all the stages of birth by instruments and the implementation of appropriate nursing care management and the care of the patient during post partal period including the family members alike; 2.3 Assess and interpret the status of post partum women with complications and implementation of appropriate nursing care management involving the family members; 2.4 Evaluate high risk and newborns with complications and implement appropriate nursing care management to the patient.

2 3. Teaching Units 3.1 Nursing care management women at risk with complications throughout the course of normal deliveries 3.2 High risk complications during the entire stages of labor 3.3 Nursing care management of high risk post partum patients with complications 3.4 Nursing care management of newborns at risk for complications 4. Teaching and Learning Activities 4.1 Lecture 4.2 Discussion 4.3 Case Presentation 4.4 Individual/Group Activity 5. Evaluation 5.1 Quiz10% 5.2 Group Work/Case presentation..5% 5.3 Midterm Examination.35% 5.4 Final Examination..50% 6. Lecturer: Miss Gladys U. Desmanos 7. Coordinating Lecturer:

3 8. Teaching Schedule Course Behavioral Week Objectives Day, Date, Time 1 1.Explain the concepts and principles of Aug.31,2013 nursing therapeutics for Saturday pregnant women who 13.00-15.00 are at risk for complications throughout all the stages of normal spontaneous vaginal delivery and the implementation of appropriate nursing care management 2 Explain the concepts Sept.7,2013 and principles of Saturday nursing therapeutics for 13.00-15.00 pregnant women who are at risk for complications throughout all the stages of normal spontaneous vaginal delivery and the implementation of appropriate nursing care management 3 2.Explain the concepts Sept.14,2013 and principles of Saturday nursing therapeutics for 13.00-15.00 pregnant women who are at risk for Teaching and Learning Activities Theory Practice Lecture and discussion

Teaching Units 1.Nursing care management women at risk with complications throughout the course of normal deliveries: Labor dysfunctions -Problems of the power -Problems of the passanger (Cont.)Nursing care management women at risk with complications throughout the course of normal deliveries: -Problems of the passage -Psychological problems

Lecturer Miss. Gladys U. Desmanos

Lecture and Discussion

Miss. Gladys U. Desmanos

2.High risk complications during the entire stages of labor: High risk

Lecture Discussion

Ms.Ruffel Joy CometaManalo

4 complications throughout all the stages of birth by instruments and the implementation of appropriate nursing care management and the care of the patient during post partal period including the family members alike Explain the concepts and principles of nursing therapeutics for pregnant women who are at risk for complications throughout all the stages of birth by instruments and the implementation of appropriate nursing care management and the care of the patient during post partal period including the family members alike 3.Explain the concepts and principles of nursing therapeutics for pregnant women who are at risk for complications throughout all the stages of birth by instruments and the complications during 1st and 2nd stages of labor: -PROM -Preterm and Post term

4 Sept.21,2013 Saturday 13:00-15:00

(Cont.) High risk complications during the entire stages of labor: Obstructed labor Uterine rupture Amniotic fluid embolism

Lecture Discussion

Ms.Ruffel Joy CometaManalo

5 Sept.28,2013 Saturday 13:00-15:00

3.High risk complications during the entire stages of labor: Obstructed labor Uterine rupture Amniotic fluid embolism

Lecture Discussion

Ms.Ruffel Joy CometaManalo

5 implementation of appropriate nursing care management and the care of the patient during post partal period including the family members alike Explain the concepts and principles of nursing therapeutics for pregnant women who are at risk for complications throughout all the stages of birth by instruments and the implementation of appropriate nursing care management and the care of the patient during post partal period including the family members alike Explain the concepts and principles of nursing therapeutics for pregnant women who are at risk for complications throughout all the stages of birth by instruments and the implementation of appropriate nursing care management and the

6 Oct.5,2013 Saturday 13:00-15:00

(Cont.)High risk complications during the entire stages of labor: High-risk complications during the 3rd and 4th stages of labor: -PPH -Placental adherence

Lecture and Discussion

Miss. Gladys U. Desmanos

7 Oct.12,2013 Saturday 13:00-15:00

(Cont.)High risk complications during the entire stages of labor: -Uterine inversion -Shock in obstetrics

Lecture and discussion

Mr.Brian S. Laforteza

6 care of the patient during post partal period including the family members alike 8 Oct.19,2013 Saturday 13:00-15:00 Explain the concepts and principles of nursing therapeutics for pregnant women who are at risk for complications throughout all the stages of birth by instruments and the implementation of appropriate nursing care management and the care of the patient during post partal period including the family members alike (Cont.)High risk complications during the entire stages of labor: Medications used to every stages of labor: -Tocolytics -Medications for labor -Pharmacologic pain in management Lecture and discussion

Mr.Brian S. Laforteza

9 Oct.26,2013 Saturday 13:00-15:00

MIDTERM EXAMINATION

7 Week Day, Date, Time 10 Nov.2,2013 Saturday 13:00-15:00 Course Behavioral Objectives Explain the concepts and principles of nursing therapeutics for pregnant women who are at risk for complications throughout all the stages of birth by instruments and the implementation of appropriate nursing care management and the care of the patient during post partal period including the family members alike; Explain the concepts and principles of nursing therapeutics for pregnant women who are at risk for complications throughout all the stages of birth by instruments and the implementation of appropriate nursing care management and the care of the patient during post partal period including the family members alike; Teaching Units (Cont.)High risk complications during the entire stages of labor: Nursing care management for deliveries assisted with different instruments: -Induction of labor -Forceps extraction -Vacuum extraction (Cont.)High risk complications during the entire stages of labor: -Cesarian section -Version -Breech delivery Teaching and Learning Activities Theory Practice Lecture and Discussion Lecturer Miss. Gladys U. Desmanos

11 Nov.9,2013 Saturday 13:00-15:00

Lecture and discussion

Asso.Prof.Areena Phanusopone

8 12 Nov.16,2013 Saturday 13:00-15:00 Explain the concepts and principles of nursing therapeutics for pregnant women who are at risk for complications throughout all the stages of birth by instruments and the implementation of appropriate nursing care management and the care of the patient during post partal period including the family members alike; 4.Assess and interpret the status of post partum women with complications and implementation of appropriate nursing care management involving the family members; (Cont.)High risk complications during the entire stages of labor: - Placental expulsion -Unplanned emergency deliveries Lecture and discussion Asso.Prof.Areena Phanusopone

13 Nov. 23,2013 Saturday 13:00-15:00

14 Nov.30,2013 Saturday 13:00-15:00

Assess and interpret the status of post partum women with complications and implementation of appropriate nursing care management involving the family members;

4.Nursing care Lecture and discussion management of high risk post partum patients with complications: -Hematoma -Subinvolution -Sheehans syndrome -Breast abscess (Cont.)Nursing Lecture and discussion care management of high risk post partum patients with complications: -Infection -Phlebitis -Postpartum

Ms.Gladys U.Desmanos

Ms.Gladys U. Desmanos

9 psychosis 15 Dec.7,2013 Saturday 13:00-15:00 6.Evaluate high risk and newborns with complications and implement appropriate nursing care management to the patient. 6.Nursing care management of newborns at risk for complications: -Resuscitation -Birth asphyxia -Birth injuries -Congenital anomalies Lecture and discussion _ Ms.Gladys U. Desmanos

16 Dec.14,2013 Saturday 13:00-15:00

FINAL EXAMINATION

10 9. Course book / References 1. Text Books Mosby: Lowdermilk, D. L and Perry, S. E (2004) Maternity and Womens Health Care. 8th Edition. St. Louis: -Year Book Inc. 2. Recommended Materials/ References 1. Goorrie, T.M. McKinney, E.S. Murray, S.S. (1998) Foundation of Maternal Newborn Nursing. 2nd ed. Philadelphia : W.B. Saunders Company. 2. Lowdermilk, D.L. and Perry, S.E. (2004) .Maternity and Women Health Care. 8th ed. St. Louis : Mosby-Year. Book, Inc. 3. Mattox, J.H. (1998) . Obstetrics & Gynecology. St. Louis: Mosby-Year. Book, Inc. 4. Makenney, E.S. et. al. (2000). Maternal Child Nursing. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders. 5. Reeder, S.J. Marti. L.L. and Konlak Griffin, D. (1977). Maternity Nursing: Family Newborn and Womens Health care. 18th ed. New York. : Lippincott. 6. Sherwen, L.N. Scoloveno, M.A. Weingaten, C.T. (1995). Nursing Care the Childbearing Family. 2th ed. Norwalk: Appleton & Lange. 7. Mosby Company Wong Perry, Hockenberry Lowdermilk, Wilson, (2008). Maternal and Child Nursing Care. 3rd ed. 8. Lippincott: Reeder, S. J. Marti. L. L. and Konlak Griffin, D. (1977). Maternity Nursing: Family Newborn and Womens Health Care. 18th Edition New York.

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Signed : ........... Major Instructor (Gladys Uy Desmanos) //.

Signed : ........... Dean (Asso.Prof.Lucksana Inklab) //.

Signed : ........... Chairperson of the Academic Standard Committee for Course that use (.Mrs. Kanchana Savatasukh) English as a medium of instruction in the Undergraduate Level, of //. Christian University of Thailand

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