Description

Improve your knowledge through this program, where you will find the best didactic material with real clinical cases. Learn here about the latest advances in the specialty to be able to perform a quality nursing practice"

The Nursing Staff works in the care and attention of the pregnant woman ensuring basic care such as hygiene, comfort, psychological support and nutritional care, basic principles to ensure effective care. Thanks to the evolution of low-intervention childbirth advocated by the Ministry of Health and Social Policy, the different health professionals who work with the pregnant woman must provide adequate and effective care, reducing unnecessary interventions to a minimum and ensuring the privacy of the pregnant woman, as well as favoring newborn care such as cleaning, placing identification bracelets, etc., in close contact with the mother, favoring the maternal-filial bond.

The role of nursing in the evolution of the pregnant woman, the puerpera and her newborn is essential, provided by professionals dedicated directly to the care of the woman, as joint knowledge allows us to achieve care in favour of the recommendations on normal birth, as well as the latest standards developed in the Clinical Guide to Normal Birth published by the Ministry of Health and Social Policy this year.

This line of thought and action coincides with a strong change that has to take place in the relationship between health teams and the woman user, to move from a technical relationship to one in which the bioethical principle of autonomy and attention to the integrity of the person involved is prioritised. The aim is to comprehensively address the process that women face during childbirth and thus improve health outcomes for them and their babies. The Postgraduate Certificate is based on an institutional need to train health professionals involved in the process of pregnancy, childbirth and puerperium, in accordance with the objectives set by the Ministry of Health and Social Policy regarding the humanization of pregnancy and childbirth.  

The general purpose of this training proposal is to train nursing professionals to meet the health needs of people with scientific rigor and the highest professional level. This course was created in response to multiple needs in the hospital environment for all professionals, both for those recently incorporated and those who have been providing their professional services for some time and who require constant updating in this very specific area of practice.

Increase your competencies in the approach to Nursing Care in Pregnancy through this program"

 This Postgraduate Certificate in Nursing Care in Pregnancy contains the most complete and up to date The most important features of the program include:

  • Development of more than 75 clinical cases presented by experts in nursing care in pregnancy. Its graphic, schematic and eminently practical contents provide scientific and assistance information on those disciplines that are essential for professional practice.
  • Advances in nursing care and intervention in pregnancy care
  • It contains practical exercises where the self-evaluation process can be carried out to improve learning
  • Algorithm-based interactive learning system for decision-making in the situations that are presented to the student.
  • With special emphasis on evidence-based nursing and research methodologies in nursing care in pregnancy.
  • All of this will be complemented by theoretical lessons, questions to the expert, debate forums on controversial topics, and individual reflection assignments.
  • Content that is accessible from any fixed or portable device with an Internet connection

This Postgraduate Certificate may be the best investment you can make in the selection of a refresher program for two reasons: in addition to updating your knowledge in Nursing Care in Pregnancy, you will obtain a Postgraduate Certificate issued by TECH Technological University"

It includes in its teaching staff professionals belonging to the field of Nursing Care in Pregnancy, who bring to this training the experience of their work, in addition to recognized specialists belonging to scientific societies of reference.

The multimedia content developed with the latest educational technology will provide the professional with situated and contextual learning, i.e., a simulated environment that will provide immersive training program to train in real situations.

The design of this program is based on problem-based learning, by means of which the nurse must try to solve the different professional practice situations that arise throughout the Postgraduate Certificate. For this, the nurse will be assisted by an innovative interactive video system developed by recognized experts in the field of Pregnancy Nursing Care with extensive teaching experience.

The Postgraduate Certificate allows training in simulated environments, which provide immersive learning programmed to train for real situations"

It includes clinical cases to bring the program's degree as close as possible to the reality of care in Nursing"

Syllabus

The structure of the contents has been designed by a team of professionals from the best hospitals and universities in the country, aware of the relevance of current training to intervene in the prevention, care and monitoring of obstetric health of our patients, and committed to quality teaching through new educational technologies.

This Postgraduate Certificate in Pregnancy contains the most complete and up to date scientific program on the market."

Module 1. Pregnancy

1.1. Duration of Pregnancy Nomenclature
1.2. Anatomo-physiological Modifications

1.2.1. Cardiovascular and Cardiac Changes

    1.2.1.1. Cardiac Changes
    1.2.1.2. Hematological Changes
    1.2.1.3. Vascular Changes

1.2.2. Respiratory Changes

    1.2.2.1. Anatomical Changes
    1.2.2.2. Functional Changes

1.2.3. Renal and Urinary Changes

    1.2.3.1. Anatomical Modifications
    1.2.3.2. Functional Modifications

1.2.4. Metabolic Changes

    1.2.4.1. Weight Gain
    1.2.4.2. Basal Metabolism
    1.2.4.3. Carbohydrate Metabolism
    1.2.4.4. Lipid Metabolism
    1.2.4.5. Protein Metabolism
    1.2.4.6. Acid-base Equilibrium
    1.2.4.7. Water Metabolism
    1.2.4.8. Minerals and Vitamins

1.2.5. Genital and Breast Changes

    1.2.5.1. External Genitalia
    1.2.5.2. Internal Genitals
    1.2.5.3. Breast Changes

1.2.6. Endocrine Changes

    1.2.6.1. Constitution of the Fetoplacental Unit
    1.2.6.2. Pituitary
    1.2.6.3. Thyroid
    1.2.6.4. Parathyroid
    1.2.6.5. Pancreas.
    1.2.6.6.  Adrenal Gland

1.2.7. Skin and Eye Changes

    1.2.7.1. Vascular Changes
    1.2.7.2. Pigmentation Changes
    1.2.7.3. Integumentary System
    1.2.7.4. Eye Changes

1.2.8. Gastrointestinal Changes

    1.2.8.1. Mouth
    1.2.8.2. Esophagus and Stomach
    1.2.8.3. Intestine
    1.2.8.4. Liver
    1.2.8.5. Gallbladder

1.2.9. Musculoskeletal Changes

    1.2.9.1. Change of Center of Gravity
    1.2.9.2. Pelvis
    1.2.9.3. Musculoskeletal Disorders

1.3. Gestational Diagnosis for Midwives

1.3.1. Diagnosis of Pregnancy
1.3.2. Biochemical Tests

    1.3.2.1. Biological Tests
    1.3.2.2. Immunological Tests

1.3.3. Ultrasound
1.3.4. Signs and Symptoms

    1.3.4.1. Signs
    1.3.4.2. Symptoms

1.4. Prenatal Care. Midwife's program of gestational control.

1.4.1. Prenatal Care
1.4.2. Gestation Control Program

    1.4.2.1. First Pregnancy Check-Up Visit (10 weeks)
    1.4.2.2. Successive Prenatal Visits

1.4.3. Perinatal Risk Assessment
1.4.4. Prenatal Control Protocols

    1.4.4.1. Definition
    1.4.4.2. Objectives
    1.4.4.3. Personnel involved.
    1.4.4.4. Process

1.5. Prenatal Diagnosis

1.5.1. Non-invasive Techniques
1.5.2. Invasive Techniques
1.5.3. Couple Counseling in Prenatal Diagnosis

    1.5.3.1. Definition
    1.5.3.2. General Objectives
    1.5.3.3. Specific Objectives
    1.5.3.4. Target Population
    1.5.3.5. Description of the Process

1.6. Health Education of the Midwife to the Pregnant Woman

1.6.1. Health Education for Pregnant Women
1.6.2. Healthy Habits

    1.6.2.1. Feeding
    1.6.2.2. Consumption of Harmful Substances
    1.6.2.3. Work
    1.6.2.4. Sport
    1.6.2.5. Travel
    1.6.2.6. Hygiene, Clothing and Footwear
    1.6.2.7. Violence in Pregnancy

1.6.3. Sexuality
1.6.4. Common Discomforts During Pregnancy

    1.6.4.1. Cardiovascular
    1.6.4.2. Dermatological
    1.6.4.3. Digestive
    1.6.4.4. Locomotives
    1.6.4.5. Respiratory
    1.6.4.6. Genitourinary.

1.6.5. Warning Signs
1.6.6. Promoting Breastfeeding
1.6.7. Birth Plan

1.7. Nutrition of the Pregnant Woman

1.7.1. Dietary Assessment

    1.7.1.1. Energy Requirements
    1.7.1.2. Food Selection
    1.7.1.3. Supplements during Pregnancy
    1.7.1.4. Weight Gain

1.7.2. Special Situations

    1.7.2.1. Medical treatment
    1.7.2.2. Vegetarians

1.7.3. Dietary Counseling in Pregnancy

1.8. Drugs in Pregnancy

1.8.1. Drugs in Pregnancy
1.8.2. Pharmacology in Pregnancy
1.8.3. Mechanisms of Action in the Mother and Fetus

    1.8.3.1. Mother
    1.8.3.2. Placenta
    1.8.3.3. Fetus

1.8.4. Use and Management of Drugs in Pregnancy
1.8.5. Indications, Pharmacological Interaction and Dosage

    1.8.5.1. Anti-inflammatory, Analgesic, and Antipyretic Medications.
    1.8.5.2. Gastroesophageal Reflux Prophylactics and Antiulcer Agents
    1.8.5.3. Anticoagulants
    1.8.5.4. Laxatives
    1.8.5.5. E. Vitamins
    1.8.5.6. Antianemics
    1.8.5.7. Antiarrhythmics
    1.8.5.8. Antihypertensives.
    1.8.5.9. Hormones
    1.8.5.10. Oral Contraceptives
    1.8.5.11. Oral Antidiabetics
    1.8.5.12. Corticoids
    1.8.5.13. Dermatological Treatments.
    1.8.5.14. N. Antiviral Treatments
    1.8.5.15. Trichomonicides
    1.8.5.16. Antibiotics
    1.8.5.17. Antiasmatics
    1.8.5.18. Antitussives
    1.8.5.19. Rhinological
    1.8.5.20. Antihistamines
    1.8.5.21. Antiepileptics
    1.8.5.22. Antidepressants
    1.8.5.23. Antipsychotics    

1.8.6. Annex. FDA Classification of the Different Drug Groups

1.9. Psychosocial Aspects in Pregnancy

1.9.1. Psychosocial Aspects in Pregnancy
1.9.2. Cultural and Religious Influences
1.9.3. The Meaning and Impact of Pregnancy on the Couple and the Family and Social Environment
1.9.4. Psychological Changes in Pregnancy

    1.9.4.1. The First Quarter
    1.9.4.2. The Second Quarter
    1.9.4.3. The Third Quarter

1.9.5. Affective Bond

A unique, key, and decisive training experience to boost your professional development.”