at-risk pregnancy

'at-risk' pregnancy

Obstetrics A pregnancy at risk for spontaneous abortion–an event occurring in 20-60% of all pregnancies. See Abortion.
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It always strikes me how little emphasis is placed on including the sexual partners of women with serious medical problems in the dialogue about responsibility for at-risk pregnancy.
Each chapter focuses on a different component of maternity or pediatric nursing care, including general concepts, women's health throughout the lifespan, pregnancy and birth, at-risk pregnancy and childbirth, at-risk newborns, child health promotion, health supervision and assessment of children, care in diverse settings and for special needs children, pediatric interventions, pain management, and nursing management of children's health disorders, with drug guides, case studies, health education guidelines, common laboratory and diagnostic tests, tables of common medical treatments, nursing care plans, nursing procedures, and information on assessment and management.
Unfortunately, Makena's maker then announced a price for the drug of $1,500 per dose, or $30,000 per at-risk pregnancy.
The text covers relevant trends and issues in nursing practice, female anatomy, common concerns, and all aspects of routine and at-risk pregnancy, childbirth and aftercare.
These women experience emotional, medical or financial difficulties that often accompany an untimely or medically at-risk pregnancy.
Recent study results indicate that oral health has a definite impact on a person's overall health and that conditions in the mouth can be an indication of serious systemic diseases such as diabetes, stroke, heart disease, and even at-risk pregnancy.