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  • Cover image
  • Title Page
  • Table of Contents
  • Copyright
  • Contributors
  • Foreword
  • Preface
    • References
  • Acknowledgements
  • Part One The midwife in context
    • Chapter 1 The global midwife
      • Introduction
      • Global Challenges for Midwifery in the 2030 Era
      • Gender, Inequality and Inequity
      • Maternal Mortality and Morbidity
      • Newborn Mortality
      • Inequities Associated With Being a Mother
      • The Impact of Modernization and Development
      • Coverage and Skilled Attendance at Birth
      • International Organizations
      • The Place of the Midwife in the Global Context
      • Important Considerations for Midwives Intending to Work Overseas
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 2 A history of the midwifery profession in the United Kingdom
      • The Office of Midwife: A Female Domain
      • The Midwife, the Church and the Law
      • Advent of the Man-Midwife
      • The Decline of the Midwife
      • The Midwives Institute, Midwife Registration and Maternal Mortality
      • The National Health Service, Maternity Care and the Midwife
      • Further Legislative Frameworks: Nurses, Midwives and Health Visitors Act of 1979, Nursing and Midwifery Order 2001 and Beyond …
      • Midwifery – Now and in the Future
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 3 Regulation of midwives
      • Introduction
      • Summary of the History of Legislation Regulating the Midwifery Profession
      • Why Do We Have Regulation?
      • How Does the NMC Work?
      • Functions of the NMC
      • Getting Registered
      • Staying Registered
      • NMC Revalidation for Nurses and Midwives
      • Supervision of Midwives
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 4 Clinical governance and the midwife
      • Clinical Governance: A Definition
      • NHS Governance Systems
      • Learning From Clinical Incidents: Human Factors Science
      • The Impact of Public Inquiry on Clinical Governance in the UK
      • The Pillars of Healthcare Governance
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 5 The midwife as a lifelong learner
      • Introduction
      • Midwifery Education – From Apprenticeship to Reflective Practice
      • The Cost of Education
      • Lifelong Learning
      • After Qualification and Registration: Continuing Professional Development
      • Future Developments: Degrees, Masters and PhD/APEL/APL
      • Computers, E-Learning and the Net
      • Learning and Development
      • Learning
      • New Approaches in Education
      • Mentorship and the Midwife as a Role Model
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 6 Evidence-based practice and research for practice
      • Introduction
      • Defining Research and ‘Midwifery’ Research
      • Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing and Midwifery
      • Process Steps to Improve Practice
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 7 Leadership and management in midwifery
      • Introduction
      • Why Leadership Matters to Midwifery
      • Leadership: Traditional and Contemporary Thinking
      • Leadership and Management in the NHS
      • Implications for Midwifery Leadership
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 8 An introduction to ethics and midwifery practice
      • Introduction
      • What Is Ethics?
      • Principles
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 9 The law and the midwife
      • Introduction to the Law: the Courts and How Laws Are Made
      • Litigation
      • Negligence
      • Developments in the Civil Law
      • NHS Indemnity Schemes
      • Consent
      • Laws Regulating Pregnancy, Birth and Children
      • Health and Safety Laws
      • Legal Aspects of Record Keeping
      • Medicines
      • Complaints
      • Statutory Duties
      • The Duty of Quality
      • Future Changes
      • Miscellaneous Legal Issues of Relevance to the Midwife
      • Conclusion
      • Acknowledgement
      • References
    • Chapter 10 Pharmacology and the midwife
      • Therapeutics in Pregnancy and Childbirth
      • Drugs in Pregnancy
      • Drug Administration and Absorption
      • Drugs in Labour
      • Legal Aspects
      • Conclusion
      • Acknowledgement
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
  • Part Two Childbirth in context
    • Chapter 11 Sociocultural and spiritual context of childbearing
      • Introduction
      • Cultural Competence, Culture and Ethnicity
      • Midwives and Cultural Competence
      • Family and Gender
      • Religion and Spirituality
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 12 Psychological context of childbirth
      • Introduction
      • Psychological Adjustment Across the Perinatal Period
      • Midwife–Woman Relationship
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 13 Sexuality
      • Sexuality
      • Sex During Pregnancy
      • Sexuality and Labour
      • Women Requiring Specialized Care
      • Sex After Childbirth
      • Breastfeeding and Sexuality
      • Menopause
      • Conclusion
      • References
    • Chapter 14 National Health Service policy and midwifery
      • Introduction
      • The Policy Context
      • The Structure of the NHS
      • Politics and Policy
      • Determinants of Healthy Policy
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 15 Legal frameworks for the care of the child
      • Introduction
      • The Children Act 1989
      • Content and Structure of the Children Act
      • Support for Children and Families
      • Family Support Services
      • Adoption
      • Children With Disabilities
      • The Protection of Children
      • Assessing Children ‘in Need’ and Their Families
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
  • Part Three Public health, health promotion in the context of childbirth
    • Chapter 16 Epidemiology
      • Introduction
      • Notifying and Registering Births
      • Definitions and Sources of Data
      • Mortality
      • Maternal Mortality
      • Stillbirth and Infant Mortality Rates
      • Interpreting Differences in the Outcome of Pregnancy
      • Care in Pregnancy and at Birth
      • International Comparisons
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 17 Nutrition
      • What Is Nutrition?
      • Essential Nutrients and Functions
      • The Importance of Good Nutrition Before and During Pregnancy
      • Nutrition as a Therapeutic Intervention
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 18 Complementary therapies and natural remedies in pregnancy and birth
      • Introduction
      • Complementary Therapies Commonly Used in Pregnancy and Birth
      • Midwives' Responsibilities Regarding Complementary Therapies and Practice
      • Midwives' Responsibilities Regarding Independent Practitioners
      • Midwives Using Complementary Therapies in Their Own Practice
      • Conclusion
      • References
    • Chapter 19 Health promotion and education
      • Introduction
      • The Meaning of Health
      • Models of Health
      • Reducing Inequalities in Health
      • What Is Health Promotion?
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 20 Preconception care
      • Introduction
      • Preconception Care Challenges
      • Aims and Objectives of Preconception Care and Interventions
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
      • Other websites
    • Chapter 21 Education for parenthood
      • Meeting Women's Needs
      • Empowering Women
      • Reasons for Parents Attending Parenthood Education Classes
      • The Importance of Educating Fathers for the Role of Birth Partner
      • Content of Parenthood Education Programmes
      • Effective Facilitation of Parenthood Education
      • Aspects of the Group to Consider
      • Modern Methods of Delivering Education
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 22 Physical preparation for childbirth and beyond, and the role of physiotherapy
      • Introduction
      • Exercise and Sport During Pregnancy
      • Relaxation
      • Postnatal Exercise and Advice
      • Women's Health Physiotherapy
      • Conclusion
      • References
    • Chapter 23 Vulnerable women
      • Introduction
      • Domestic Violence and Abuse
      • Substance Misuse (Alcohol and/or Drugs)
      • Pregnant Teenagers
      • Parents With Learning Disabilities/Intellectual Disability
      • Black, Minority and Ethnic Women
      • Poverty and Destitution
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
  • Part Four The anatomy and physiology of fertility, embryology and fetal development
    • Chapter 24 Anatomy of male and female reproduction
      • Introduction
      • The Pelvis
      • Female Reproductive Anatomy
      • Male Reproductive Anatomy
      • Midwifery Implications
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 25 Female reproductive physiology
      • Introduction
      • Hypothalamic Control of Reproduction
      • The Ovarian Cycle
      • Cyclical Changes in Reproductive Organs
      • Conclusion
      • References
    • Chapter 26 Genetics
      • Introduction
      • Genes, Chromosomes and DNA
      • The Human Genome
      • Cell Division
      • Chromosomal Analysis and Anomalies
      • Modes of Inheritance
      • Origin of Genetic Diseases
      • Assessment of Embryo and Fetus
      • Genetic Counselling/Advice
      • Screening for Risk Indicators
      • Diagnostic Tests
      • Applications of Genetics
      • Conclusion
      • References
    • Chapter 27 Fertility and its control
      • Resuming Sexual Relationships Following Childbearing
      • Methods of Fertility Control
      • Emergency Contraception
      • Female Sterilization
      • Male Contraception
      • The Role of the Midwife in the Provision of Contraceptive Advice
      • Special Groups
      • References
    • Chapter 28 Infertility and assisted conception
      • Introduction
      • Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority
      • Causes of Infertility
      • Outcome From IVF Treatments
      • Stress and Infertility
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 29 Fertilization, embryo formation and feto-placental development
      • Introduction
      • Towards Fertilization – Sperm Capacitation
      • Adaptations in the Maternal Brain, Ovary and Uterus
      • The Corpus Luteum of Pregnancy
      • Preparation for Implantation
      • Blastocyst–Endometrial Communication
      • Implantation – Endometrial Response
      • Formation of the Cytotrophoblast Shell and Gestational Sac
      • Histiotrophic Nutrition
      • Conditions for Embryogenesis and Early Placental Formation
      • Formation of Extraembryonic Fluid Compartments and Differentiation of the ICM
      • The Secondary Yolk Sac
      • The Deciduochorial Placenta
      • From Embryo to Fetus
      • The Definitive Placenta
      • Lung Formation
      • Feto-placental Circulation
      • Maternal–Feto-placental Neurohormonal Interactions
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 30 The fetal skull
      • Introduction
      • Development of the Fetal Skull
      • The External Structures of the Newborn Skull
      • The Skull
      • Internal Structures of the Fetal Skull
      • Moulding of the Fetal Skull During Labour
      • Injuries to the Fetal Skull and Surrounding Tissues
      • Internal Injuries
      • The Relevance of the Fetal Skull to Parents
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
  • Part Five Pregnancy
    • Chapter 31 Maternal neurohormonal and systemic adaptations to feto-placental development
      • Introduction
      • Pulmonary and Cardiovascular Adaptations
      • Adaptations in Fluid Regulation
      • Renal Haemodynamic Adaptations
      • Hormonal Regulation of Maternal Cardiovascular Adaptations
      • From Corpus Luteum to Placenta
      • Cardiovascular Adaptations
      • Adaptations in the Vascular Renin–Angiotensin–Aldosterone System
      • Ventilation
      • Adaptations in the Mammary Glands/Breast
      • Adaptations in the Reproductive Tract
      • Maternal Neuroendocrine Adaptations to the Fertile Cycle: Synchronized Interactions and Interdependent Development of Mother and Fetus
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 32 Confirming pregnancy and care of the pregnant woman
      • Introduction
      • Confirmation of Pregnancy
      • Antenatal Care
      • The First Antenatal Visit
      • Subsequent Antenatal Appointments
      • Physiological Changes in Pregnancy
      • Continuous Assessment of Maternal and Fetal Well-Being
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 33 Antenatal investigations
      • Introduction
      • Screening and Diagnosis
      • Blood Tests
      • Antenatal Maternal Blood Tests to Assess the Fetus
      • Assessment of Fetal Well-Being
      • Ultrasound
      • Invasive Tests
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 34 Choice, childbearing and maternity care
      • Introduction
      • Choice Rhetoric and Maternity Care
      • Where Do Women Give Birth?
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
  • Part Six Labour and birth
    • Chapter 35 Physiological changes from late pregnancy until the onset of lactation
      • Introduction
      • Maternal Autonomic and Neuroendocrine Adaptations
      • Fetal Preparations for Labour
      • The Fetal Adreno-Placental ‘Clock’
      • Neuroendocrine and Central Oxytocin Systems From Late Pregnancy
      • Nocturnal Myometrial Activation and Cervical Ripening
      • From Late Pregnancy to Birth
      • Maternal–Fetal Readiness for Labour
      • From Utero-Placenta Circulation to Mammary Secretions
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 36 Care in the first stage of labour
      • Introduction
      • The Continuum of Labour
      • Characteristics of Labour
      • Physiology of Labour
      • Care During the First Stage of Labour
      • The Birth Environment
      • Onset of Labour
      • Observations
      • General Midwifery Care in Labour
      • Nutrition in Labour
      • Assessing the Fetal Condition
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 37 Care in the second stage of labour
      • Introduction
      • Signs of Progress
      • Physiology of the Active Second Stage of Labour
      • Mechanism of Labour
      • Duration of the Second Stage of Labour
      • Positions in the Second Stage of Labour
      • Midwifery Care
      • Other Midwifery Techniques
      • Preparation for the Birth
      • The Activities of the Midwife During the Birth
      • Observations and Recordings
      • Future Research in This Area
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 38 Supporting choices in reducing pain and fear during labour
      • Introduction
      • An Exploration of Pain in Labour
      • Fear and Other Psychological Elements Related to Pain
      • Cultural Aspect of Pain
      • Complementary and Alternative Therapies
      • Pharmacological Pain Relief
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 39 Care in the third stage of labour
      • Introduction
      • Physiology of the Third Stage
      • Management of the Third Stage of Labour
      • Care After Birth (the Fourth Stage)
      • Records
      • Conclusion
      • References
    • Chapter 40 The pelvic floor
      • Introduction and Background
      • The Pelvic Floor
      • Considerations for Midwifery Practice
      • Perineal Trauma
      • Midwives' Duties and Responsibilities
      • Episiotomy (Surgical Incision)
      • The Principles of Perineal Repair
      • Systematic Assessment of Perineal Trauma
      • Discussion
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
  • Part Seven Postnatal care and the care of the newborn baby
    • Chapter 41 Content and organization of postnatal care
      • Introduction
      • Aims of Postnatal Care
      • Care of Women's Health During the Postnatal Period
      • Care of Women's Psychological Health
      • The Role of Health Professionals During the Postnatal Period
      • Conclusion
      • Acknowledgement
      • References
    • Chapter 42 Physiology, assessment and care of the newborn
      • Introduction
      • Applied Physiology
      • Care at Birth
      • Examination of the Newborn
      • Physical Assessment of the Newborn
      • Postnatal Care
      • Metabolic Diseases
      • Follow-Up of the Baby
      • Record-Keeping
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 43 Thermoregulation
      • Introduction
      • Physiology of Thermoregulation
      • The Role of the Midwife
      • Monitoring and Maintaining Temperature
      • Minimizing the Risks of Hypothermia
      • The Sick Neonate
      • Equipment
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 44 Infant feeding and relationship building
      • Introduction
      • Why Are BreastMilk and Breastfeeding so Important?
      • Public Health and Infant Feeding
      • The Baby Friendly Initiative
      • Physiology of the Infant Gastrointestinal Tract
      • Normal Neonatal Metabolism
      • Constituents of Colostrum and BreastMilk
      • Contraindications to Breastfeeding
      • The Midwife's Role in Supporting, Protecting and Promoting Breastfeeding and Helping a Mother to Build a Close and Loving Relationship With Her Baby
      • Physiology of Lactation
      • Common Problems
      • Artificial Feeding
      • The International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
  • Part Eight Women and babies with complex needs
    • Chapter 45 The preterm baby and the small baby
      • Introduction
      • Prematurity
      • Problems of the Preterm Baby
      • Low BirthWeight
      • Long-Term Complications in the Preterm and Low-Birth-Weight Baby
      • Caring for the Family of the Preterm or Low-Birth-Weight Baby
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 46 Respiratory and cardiac disorders
      • Introduction
      • Normal Respiratory and Cardiac Development
      • Resuscitation of the Newborn
      • Respiratory Disorders in the Newborn
      • Cardiac Abnormalities
      • Parental Care
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 47 Neonatal jaundice
      • Introduction
      • Physiology
      • Physiological Jaundice
      • Evaluation of Jaundice
      • Unconjugated Hyperbilirubinemia
      • Prolonged Jaundice
      • Conjugated Hyperbilirubinemia
      • The Role of the Midwife With the Parents
      • Follow-Up
      • The Future
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 48 Neonatal infection
      • Introduction
      • Acquisition of Infection
      • Newborn Immunity
      • Infections Acquired Around the Time of Birth
      • Localized superficial infections
      • Conclusion
      • References
    • Chapter 49 Congenital anomalies, neonatal surgery and pain management
      • Introduction
      • Aetiology
      • Fetal Surgery
      • Abnormalities of the Alimentary Tract
      • Disorders of the Respiratory System
      • Disorders of the Central Nervous System
      • Disorders of the Genitourinary System
      • Kidney disorders
      • Disorders of sexual development
      • Chromosomal Abnormalities
      • Abnormalities of the Skeletal System
      • Neonatal Pain Management
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 50 Metabolic and endocrine disorders
      • Introduction
      • Glucose Homeostasis
      • Disorders of Glucose Balance
      • Disorders of Electrolyte Balance
      • Neonatal Metabolic Screening
      • Inborn Errors of Metabolism
      • Conclusion
      • References
    • Chapter 51 Stillbirth and sudden infant death syndrome
      • Introduction
      • Terminology
      • Incidence
      • Incidence of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
      • Risk Factors for Stillbirth and Neonatal Death
      • Human Factors in Stillbirths
      • Public Health Messages
      • Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
      • The Role of the Midwife in Reducing Sids
      • Aftermath of a Baby Death
      • Review of Perinatal Deaths
      • Follow-Up Care
      • Future Pregnancies
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 52 Nausea and vomiting in pregnancy
      • Introduction
      • Aetiology
      • Mild and Moderate Nausea and Vomiting
      • Hyperemesis Gravidarum
      • Psychosocial Impact
      • Care and Management of Mild Symptoms
      • Care and Management of Moderate to Severe Nausea and Vomiting in Pregnancy
      • Eating Disorders and Vomiting in Pregnancy
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 53 Bleeding in pregnancy
      • Introduction
      • Bleeding Before the 24th Week of Pregnancy
      • Implantation Bleeding
      • Abortion
      • Gestational Trophoblastic Disease (Hydatidiform or Carneous Mole and Choriocarcinoma)
      • Ectopic or Extrauterine Gestation
      • Bleeding From Associated Conditions
      • Bleeding After the 24th Week – Antepartum Haemorrhage
      • Placenta Praevia
      • Abruptio Placentae
      • Vasa Praevia
      • Management of Antepartum Haemorrhage and the Midwife's Role
      • Complications
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 54 Hypertensive and medical disorders in pregnancy
      • Introduction
      • Hypertensive Disorders
      • Pre–Existing (Chronic) Hypertension
      • Gestational Hypertension
      • Pre-eclampsia
      • Anaemia
      • Haemoglobinopathies
      • Cardiac Disorders
      • Thyroid Disorders
      • Renal Disorders
      • Diabetes
      • Respiratory Disorders
      • Epilepsy
      • Intrahepatic Cholestasis of Pregnancy
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Further Reading
    • Chapter 55 Sexually transmitted infections
      • Introduction
      • Chlamydia
      • Gonorrhoea
      • Syphilis
      • Herpes
      • Genital Warts – Human Papilloma Virus
      • Hepatitis B Virus
      • Human Immunodeficiency Virus
      • Interventions During Pregnancy
      • Ethical Principles for Midwives Relating to STI and HIV Screening and Treatment
      • Conclusion
      • References
    • Chapter 56 Abnormalities of the genital tract
      • Introduction
      • Developmental Anomalies
      • Displacements of the Uterus
      • Pelvic Masses
      • Female Genital Mutilation
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 57 Multiple pregnancy
      • The Incidence of Multiple Births
      • Facts About Multiples
      • Determination of Zygosity
      • Diagnosis of a Multiple Pregnancy
      • Antenatal Screening
      • Antenatal Preparation
      • Complications Associated With a Multiple Pregnancy
      • Fetal Abnormalities Associated With Monozygotic Twins
      • Antenatal Care
      • Intrapartum Care
      • Postnatal Care
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 58 Preterm labour
      • Introduction
      • Epidemiology
      • Prediction and Prevention of Preterm Labour
      • Preterm Prelabour Rupture of the Membranes
      • Management of Preterm Labour
      • Treatment of Preterm Labour
      • Effect on Families Following Preterm Birth and the Role of Community Midwife
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 59 Obstetric interventions
      • Introduction
      • Operative Vaginal Deliveries
      • Caesarean Section
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Additional reading and resources
    • Chapter 60 Induction of labour and prolonged pregnancy
      • Induction of Labour
      • Assessing the Need for Induction
      • International Perspectives
      • Prolonged Pregnancy
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 61 Rhythmic variations of labour
      • Introduction
      • Prolonged Labour
      • Overefficient Uterine Action (Precipitate Labour)
      • Tonic Uterine Action
      • Cervical Dystocia
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and Additional Reading
    • Chapter 62 Malpositions and malpresentations
      • Introduction
      • Identifying Malpositions and Malpresentations of the Fetus
      • Incidence
      • Clinical Assessment
      • Malposition of the Occiput
      • Malpresentations of the Fetus
      • Postnatal and Neonatal Implications
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 63 Obstructed labour and uterine rupture
      • Introduction
      • Obstructed Labour
      • Uterine Rupture
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 64 Shoulder dystocia
      • Introduction
      • Mechanism
      • Incidence and Risk
      • Manoeuvres for Management of Shoulder Dystocia
      • Other Procedures
      • Maternal Outcomes
      • Birth Injury and Fetal Outcomes
      • Notes and Record Keeping
      • Education, Training and Development
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 65 Presentation and prolapse of the umbilical cord
      • Introduction
      • Causes
      • Predisposing Factors
      • Diagnosis
      • Management of Cord Presentation
      • Management of Cord Prolapse
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 66 Maternal morbidity following childbirth
      • Introduction
      • Role of Midwife
      • Recognizing Maternal Morbidity
      • Common Health Problems
      • Longer Term Implications
      • Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Considerations
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 67 Complications related to the third stage of labour
      • Introduction
      • Postpartum Haemorrhage
      • Hypovolaemic Shock
      • Prolonged Third Stage and Retained Placenta
      • Acute Uterine Inversion
      • Amniotic Fluid Embolism
      • Psychological Considerations
      • Conclusion
      • References
    • Chapter 68 Pregnancy loss and the death of a baby
      • Introduction
      • Understanding Loss and Grief
      • Different Parental Responses in Bereavement
      • Supporting Parents
      • Breaking Bad News
      • The Scan – the Diagnosis
      • Miscarriage
      • Termination of Pregnancy for Fetal Anomaly
      • Labour When a Baby Has Died Due to Miscarriage or TOPFA
      • Practical Considerations of Birth
      • Involving Brothers and Sisters
      • Family and Friends
      • Organ Donation
      • Postmortem Examination (Autopsy)
      • Respectful Disposal
      • Taking a Baby Home
      • Registration of the Death
      • Return Visit to the Hospital Unit
      • Aftercare and the Months Ahead
      • How Professionals Can Help
      • Therapeutic Use of Ourselves
      • Support and Training for Midwives Working in Partnership With Families
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 69 Maternal mental health and psychological issues
      • Introduction
      • A Global Perspective of Women's Mental Health
      • Violence Against Women
      • Pregnancy, Childbirth and Mental Health
      • Who Is ‘At Risk’?
      • The Midwife's Role in the Antenatal Period
      • Risk of Suicide
      • Common Maternal Mental Health Disorders
      • Fear and Trauma in Labour and Birth
      • Postnatal Period
      • Medication During Pregnancy and Breastfeeding
      • Coordinated Maternity Care
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
    • Chapter 70 Midwifery for the future…where next?
      • Introduction
      • The Future
      • The Image of the Midwife
      • Technology and Health
      • The Midwife With Global Vision
      • Conclusion
      • References
      • Resources and additional reading
  • Index

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