Most prenatal care is designed to identify the small number of pregnant women who will develop Pregnancy-Induced Hypertension. This condition can be prevented and treated. This presentation explores how the diagnosis is made, how to identify the symptoms in the early stages, and which clients are at risk.
One of Gloria Lemay’s twelve Essentials of Maternal-Infant Care presentations for birthing professionals and other care providers who work with women during the childbearing year. This series also benefits students of all levels who wish to delve into issues that arise repeatedly in clinical practice.
This session is 90 minutes in length.
Certificate of Completion: $7.50 (completion of post-session questionnaire required).
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