Presented By: Suzanne McMurty Baird, DNP, RN
High-Risk OB: Be Aware & Save Lives: Any pregnant couplet can become a high risk. It is the nurse at the bedside most likely to and in need of Recognizing the Compromised Woman/Fetus/Newborn and Implementing Life-Saving Care!
This seminar is for all Labor and Delivery team members! It is specific to the recognition and care of the Inpatient OB High-Risk mother, but that is the potential to be dealt with not just in an OB ICU.
In-depth review of normal physiology and pregnancy changes with an emphasis on developing pathophysiology.
About Your Speaker:
Suzanne is the best person to teach this course, you have read her books and seen her lecture at AWHONN conventions.
Suzanne has specialized in High Risk & Critical Care Obstetrics throughout her career.
Suzanne has taught several webinars, as well as both international and national seminars.
She brings her passion and extensive clinical research, and education experience to the RNNCEs
Seminars to improve outcomes for high risk and critically ill women.
She is one of the editors of the Intrapartum Management Modules, 5th edition textbook and serves as an editor for AWHONN’s High Risk and Critical Care Obstetrics, 4th edition text.
Topics to be covered in this powerful two-day seminar: Maternal Morbidity and Mortality: Physiologic and Hemodynamic Changes in Pregnancy: Oxygen Transport Concepts: Fetal Monitoring in High Risk and Critical Care: Respiratory Compromise: DIC and Volume Resuscitation: Hypertension in Pregnancy: Cardiac Disease in Pregnancy: Infection Leading to Sepsis: Sepsis Bundle in Obstetrics: Induction of Labor in the High Risk and Critically Ill Woman: Levels of Maternal Care