A female client admitted to the labor and delivery unit thinks her bag of water broke approximately 2 hours ago. She is having mild contractions 5 minutes apart. The most immediate nursing intervention would be to:
A new mother experiences strong uterine contractions while breast-feeding her baby. She excitedly rings for the nurse. When the nurse arrives the mother tells her, Something is wrong. This is like my labor. Which reply by the nurse identifies the physiological response of the client?
A 20-year-old female client delivers a stillborn infant. Following the delivery, an appropriate response by the labor nurse to the question, Why did this happen to my baby? is:
A client's prenatal screening indicated that she has no immunity to rubella. She is now 10 weeks pregnant. The best time to immunize her is: