Continuum of care in Pregnant Women from Placenta Previa In Antenatal care

  • Prapaisri Kabmala Boromarajonani College of Nursing Chiang Mai,Thailand
Keywords: Placenta previa, continuum of care

Abstract

Placenta previa is a critical obstetrical emergency encompasses antepartum hemorrhage and associated with the mother and the fetus. Placenta previa can increase preterm birth rate, perinatal mortality rate and maternal mortality rate. Furthermore, mental health problem also attributes to pregnant women and family. Pregnant women face with placenta previa, need more self-care and changing in life style than normal pregnant. Moreover, they are limited in activities and relationship with spouse and family. Midwives have an essential role in promoting safe motherhood and childbirth. The focus of holistic and self-care should be meeting the needs of the pregnant women. Midwives support continuum of care and focus on giving information, counseling and coordinate multidisciplinary team and ensure safety both pregnant women and fetus. This article aims to provide concept of continuum care of midwives in antenatal care and promote self-care of pregnant women to prevent complication from placenta previa.

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Published
2020-08-13
How to Cite
Kabmala, P. (2020). Continuum of care in Pregnant Women from Placenta Previa In Antenatal care. Journal of Nursing and Health Sciences, 14(2), 83-96. Retrieved from https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/NurseNu/article/view/242586