Fundamentals Postpartum and Newborn Care

About Fundamentals of Postpartum and Newborn Care

Fundamentals of Postpartum and Newborn Care focuses on the Postpartum period, with an emphasis in neonatal assessment. In brief, Fundamentals of Postpartum and Newborn Care will emphasize the skills needed for adept Postpartum nursing interventions.

Students will learn how to assess the postpartum patient using the BUBBLE-LE method. In addition, this course will cover postpartum disorders, such as; venous thrombosis embolism, hemorrhage, as well as severe hypertension.

Likewise, the Postpartum and Newborn Care class will also provide in-depth information on how to perform correct neonatal assessments. To illustrate, students will learn how to do a complete head to toe assessment of the newborn. Moreover, students will learn the skills required for the one-and-five-minute APGAR scoring, and genetic newborn screening. Next, students will learn how infants adapt to extra-uterine life. Last but not least, maternal disorders that affect the fetus will be discussed.

Why you should choose NEO for Fundamentals of Postpartum Care

Fundamentals of Postpartum and Newborn Care is a great class for those seeking to enter the Mother Baby field. Because most hospitals place Labor and Delivery hires in Postpartum first, this class great for newly hired Labor nurses. To learn more about Breastfeeding and Baby Friendly, take our class or read our Blog. Lastly, upon completion of Postpartum and Newborn Care, students will gain the skills needed to perform Postpartum nursing care.

Course Price: $150.00

Textbook Included

Awarded 6 Contact Education Hours

Questions? Call us at 866-266-2229

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