AWHONN Journals - Association of Women's Health, Obstetric
awhonn journals share | journal of obstetric, gynecologic, & neonatal nursing. since 1971, the journal of obstetric, gynecologic, & neonatal nursing (jognn) has been a premier resource for health care professionals committed to clinical scholarship that advances the interdisciplinary health care of women, childbearing families, and newborns
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AWHONN JOGNN & NWH Access - Association of Women's Health
association of women's health, obstetric and neonatal nurses is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the american nurses credentialing center's commission on accreditation. awhonn is approved by the california board of registered nursing, provider #cep580.
according to treatment assignment, women received a 25 mcg dose of misoprostol vaginally or a 50 mcg misoprostol dose orally. repeat doses of the assigned treatment were provided every 4 hours for up to three total doses until an adequate contraction pattern was present and/or the bishop score was ≥ 7.
each year, the editors of the journal of obstetric, gynecologic, & neonatal nursing (jognn) and nursing for women's health (nwh), in concert with their editorial advisory boards, elevate the outstanding scholarship of one paper from their respective journal's previous year's volume and acknowledge the contribution of the paper with either the
Sending Baby Home Safely - Nursing for Women's Health
health care providers work diligently to help moms and families birth babies in the best and most safe ways possible—often accomplishing the extraordinary against difficult odds, saving the lives of even some of the smallest babies born worldwide. yet, those same newborns can be put at risk not even 48 hours later by lax practices regarding infant safety during auto travel.
Guidelines for Oxytocin Administration after Birth: AWHONN
women who are at low risk for postpartum hemorrhage and wish to avoid routine administration of postpartum oxytocin should be advised that active management of the third stage of labor has been shown to reduce the risk of pph; if a woman still chooses not to have oxytocin administered, her informed decision to follow physiological or expectant management of the third stage should be supported