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JPE 23.4 Práctica #4 Para un Parto Saludable: Evita Intervenciones a Menos de que Sean Médicamente Necesarias

JPE 23.4 Práctica #4 Para un Parto Saludable: Evita Intervenciones a Menos de que Sean Médicamente Necesarias

JPE 23.4 Práctica #4 Para un Parto Saludable: Evita Intervenciones a Menos de que Sean Médicamente Necesarias

Ms Abbie  Davis
Ms Abbie Davis
on behalf of Lamaze International

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Launch date: 03 Jul 2017

Expiry Date: 01 Jul 2020

Last updated: 19 Sep 2017

Reference: 184273

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La atención de maternidad en los EE.UU. es intensiva en intervenciones. El uso rutinario de fluidos por vía intravenosa, las restricciones para comer y beber, el monitoreo fetal electrónico continuo, la analgesia epidural, y la aceleración del trabajo de parto caracterizan a la mayoría de los nacimientos en los EE. UU. El uso de la episiotomía está lejos de ser restrictivo. Estas intervenciones perturban la fisiología normal del trabajo de parto y del nacimiento y restringen la capacidad de las mujeres para hacer frente al trabajo de parto. El resultado es una cascada de intervenciones que aumentan el riesgo, incluyendo el riesgo de cesárea, para las mujeres y los bebés. Este artículo es una revisión basada en la evidencia actualizada de las «Prácticas de Cuidados de Lamaze International que Promueven el Parto Normal, Práctica de Cuidados # 4: No hacer intervenciones de rutina», publicado en The Journal of Perinatal Educación, 16 (3), 2007.

Participants can earn 1.0 Lamaze Contact Hours credit upon successful completion.

Objectives

Identify routine interventions used during labor
A. Understand reasons and causes for use of interventions during labor
B. Restrictions on eating and drinking
C. Intravenous fluids
D. Electronic fetal monitoring
E. Epidurals
F. Augmentation
G. Episiotomy
Understand how interventions affect baby and mother
A. Describe how routine interventions interrupt normal birth
B. Define the Cascade of Interventions
Teaching strategies for interventions
A. Understanding of risks associated with interventions
B. Teach to women's confidence in their own abilities
C. How to talk about interventions with your health care provider
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Ms Abbie Davis
on behalf of Lamaze International

Lamaze is a nonprofit organization that promotes a natural, healthy and safe approach to pregnancy, childbirth and early parenting. Knowing that pregnancy and childbirth can be demanding on a woman’s body and mind, Lamaze serves as a resource for information about what to expect and what choices are available during the childbearing years.

Lamaze education and practices are based on the best, most current medical evidence available. They can help reduce the use of unnecessary interventions and improve overall outcomes for mothers and babies. Working closely with their families, health care providers and Lamaze educators, millions of pregnant women have achieved their desired childbirth outcomes using Lamaze practices.

As a nonprofit organization, the work of Lamaze International is supported by many actively engaged unpaid volunteers who give generously of their time and talent. Volunteers serve on the Board of Directors, the Education and Certification Councils and on various Lamaze committees and task forces. Volunteers are the heart of Lamaze International!

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