Understanding Pain and Its Relief in Labour by Sue Moore
Midwives in all developed countries also have increased professional responsibility for managing all aspects of work, including pain control. Alternative methods of pain relief are increasingly used by midwives, and…
Understanding Pain and Its Relief in Labour synopsis
Midwives in all developed countries also have increased professional responsibility for managing all aspects of work, including pain control. Alternative methods of pain relief are increasingly used by midwives, and will continue while the use of drugs such as pethidine to control labor pains is no longer routine.
No book has yet been seen in the light of these changes from the point of view of the midwife. Existing titles are medical and highly medical approaches.
This book deals with all aspects of pain relief in labor, and includes the physiological processes involved in recognizing the pain and linking it to the physiological process of labor. Treatment of pain in labor is treated from a midwife's perspective, and particular emphasis is placed on non-pharmacological methods of pain control, including complementary therapies.
Pharmacological methods are also included from pain control. The pain management of labor from the point of view of modern midwife covers the coverage of the physiological processes of pain and links them to the physiological process of work and the practical aspects of pain management in labor at the right level of the most academic courses today (including post-primary diploma students) With clear written drawings to complement and clarify the text written by a midwifery and midwifery clinical teacher (Sue Moore), with 14 years of previous clinical experience in both the hospital and society.
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