Basic Fetal Monitoring

From Sep 30 2015 8:30 am until Sep 30 2015 3:00 pm
Categories: Workshops
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Credits: 6 clock hours/.6ceu’s/6.6 contact hours


Who Should Attend: Anyone new to labor and delivery.


Description: This workshop will provide obstetrical staff with the skills necessary to feel more comforta-ble in the labor room. Criteria for evaluating fetus status and uterine activity will be discussed.


Program Objectives: Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:
*List key components of an admission assessment of the laboring woman.
*Describe factors that regulate the fetal heart rate.
*Describe benefits and limitations of each type of fetal and uterine monitoring.
*List two physiologic goals and their interventions designed to improve the Fetal Heart Rate (FHR) tracing.
*Describe normal uterine activity and factors affecting.
*List three types of baseline fetal heart rates, causes, and interventions for each.
*Analyze FHR patterns and their implications for fetal well-being.
*Describe documentation guidelines for fetal heart monitoring.
*Review fetal monitoring strips


Presenter: Julie Westrick, RN

 

 


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