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Roth, Cheryl; Dent, Sarah A.; Parfitt, Sheryl E.; More
Roth, Cheryl; Dent, Sarah A.; Parfitt, Sheryl E.; Hering, Sandra L.; Bay, R. Curtis Less
MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 41(3):140-146, May/June 2016.
The peanut ball is a specific type of birthing ball used by some women in labor. It may be helpful in maternal positioning and promoting labor progress. A randomized trial of peanut ball use is reported.
Beal, Judy A.
Beal, Judy A. Less
MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 41(3):187, May/June 2016.
Patient- and family-centered care is much talked about but not always reality in the care of mothers and babies during the inpatient stay for childbirth. It should be.
Samankasikorn, Wilaiporn; Pierce, Brittany; St. Ivany, Amanda; More
Samankasikorn, Wilaiporn; Pierce, Brittany; St. Ivany, Amanda; Gwon, Seok Hyun; Schminkey, Donna; Bullock, Linda Less
MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 41(3):162-167, May/June 2016.
Home visiting may be an effective method of promoting health during pregnancy and postpartum. This randomized trial demonstrates positive outcomes for pregnant teens participating in a home visiting program.