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

11 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!

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  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.

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    1. Nurse Mo Post author

      I think so…did you check through all the OB notes? Pretty sure I took notes on “normal” pregnancies and deliveries. I’ll double check.

      Reply

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