OB

Though I had absolutely no desire to go into Labor & Delivery nursing, this class was really interesting. Lots of pathophysiology to learn! Enjoy!

GENERAL NOTES
Hypertension and Pregnancy: Hypertension
Infection: Neonatal Infections Infections
RH & ABO: Rh/ABO

LOW RISK
Low Risk Pregnancy: Low Risk Pregnancy 1  Low Risk Pregnancy 2  Low Risk Pregnancy 3
Low Risk Labor & Delivery: Low Risk Labor & Delivery
Low Risk Postpartum: Low Risk Postpartum

HIGH RISK
High Risk Pregnancy:  High Risk Pregnancy
High Risk L & D: High Risk Labor & Delivery 1  High Risk Labor & Delivery 2
High Risk Neonate: High Risk Neonate
High Risk Special Considerations: HR Preg, Anemia, HIV, Heart Disease HR Preg, Substance Abuse & Psych
High Risk Adolescent Pregnancy: HR Screening & Adolescent

STUDY AIDS
OB Meds
Reproductive Cycle

 

BRAIN/REPORT SHEET
I used this brain sheet during my postpartum clinicals…talk about an easy rotation! I can see why nurses want to work there…it’s generally happy, the babies are little wrapped pea pods and the moms are just so grateful for everything.
PP Brain

8 thoughts on “OB

      1. Natasha Funk

        Yes, thank you! All your information is very helpful! Just wondering what text you are talking about for nursing diagnosis under high risk neonates? I always struggle with nursing diagnosis and good interventions.

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  1. Amanda

    Thank you so much!! I have been struggling with this class and like you, I also have no desire to be a labor nurse. Thank you for your notes, they’ve already helped me!

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    1. Nurse Mo Post author

      Glad it’s helping, Amanda. I didn’t love my OB rotation, but I thought the class was really interesting!

      Reply
  2. Christina Hawk

    I am a nursing student who will begin OB/L&D rotation in January. So grateful to you for sharing your outlines. Very much appreciate experienced nurses willing to share with us students.

    Reply

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