DOĞUM EYLEMİNDE DESTEKLEYİCİ BAKIM

Elif ULUDAĞ, Samiye METE
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Doğum eylemi, kadınlariçin fiziksel ve duygusal etkileri olan önemli bir deneyimdir. Doğumsürecindeki kadınlar doğum deneyimini olumlu bir şekilde yaşamakistemektedirler. Doğum eyleminde kadının olumlu bir doğum deneyimi yaşamasındahemşirelik bakımı önemli bir yere sahiptir. Hemşire tarafından doğum sürecinindevamlı desteklenmesinin doğumun daha iyi yönetilmesi için önemli bir bileşenolduğu vurgulanmaktadır. Doğumda destekleyici bakım, rahatlatıcı davranışlar,rahatsız edici davranışlar ve bilgilendirme ve eğitim gibi bakımlarıiçermektedir. Destekleyici bakımın; doğumun kısalmasını, analjezi ve anestezikullanımının azalmasını, müdahaleli vajinal doğum veya sezaryen doğum oranınınazalmasını, oksitosin ihtiyacının azalmasını, doğum deneyiminden memnuniyetinartmasını ve emzirmenin artmasını sağladığı belirtilmektedir.

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Doğum, destekleyici bakım, hemşire

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