B: This is exam preparation notes for midwifery. About 5 references needed for each question. That makes 10 references for both questions. Each question has
2 questions but are different scenerio. Initial examination of a newborn baby questions;
.Jasmine has just birthed her first baby and has been having skin to skin for the past hour. Her baby is a male infant, born at 39+4 weeks and he has already latched on to the breast. Your practice supervisor asks you to conduct the initial assessment of the newborn.
Discuss the process of assessing the head, face, abdomen and genitalia only. Include relevant anatomy and physiology. Adeola has laboured and birthed her second baby at 38+5 weeks gestation. She has had a baby girl, who has been on skin to skin for one hour. Your practice supervisor asks you to conduct the initial assessment of the newborn.
Discuss the examination of the head, face, genitalia and upper limbs only, with reference to relevant anatomy and physiology. Breast feeding questions; 2: Lisa birthed her second baby 6 hours ago. She had difficulties with breastfeeding her first child and converted to formula feeding after two weeks.
This was due to cracked nipples and pain when feeding. She wishes to exclusively breastfeed this baby and has asked her midwife for support.
Explore how the midwife should approach this, including relevant anatomy and physiology. Konstantina gave birth to a baby boy by an uncomplicated vaginal birth. She is exclusively breastfeeding. You and your practice supervisor are attending for a home visit on day 5 postnatal. You have been asked to discuss breastfeeding and undertake a breastfeeding assessment.
Discuss the key issues relating to this scenario, providing details of relevant anatomy and physiology.