Tag: PPD

Post-partum or post-natal depression (PPD) affects around 10-15% of mothers having their first baby. Depression during this time is seen as putting the mother at risk for the onset of a serious chronic mood disorder. Symptoms can initially include irritability, tearfulness, insomnia, hypochondriasis, headache and impairment of concentration.

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Postpartum Depression: An Important Issue In Women’s Health
Nursing Essays
Introduction: Abstract The purpose of this paper is to educate and inform the audience of a condition known as Postpartum depression (PPD). Throughout this text I will be identifying what exactly PPD is, causes and... Last modified: 29th May 2020

Post Natal Depression Case Study
Nursing Case Studies
Introduction: The Experience of Health & Illness Level 2 Assessment Client Study – Culture and the ‘service user’ experience   This essay details the experiences that I had in dealing with ... Last modified: 12th Feb 2020

Post Natal Depression Case Study
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Introduction: Table of Contents Case Study Care Plan Medical Point of view The Role of the nurse Building a therapeutic relationship Respect and Empathy Communication Tackling the problem The Reality Therapy and c... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

A Definition Of Postnatal Depression Nursing Essay
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Introduction: One of the prime factors is considered to be the sudden postnatal drop in progesterone levels in the post partum days. (Nappi et al 2001) The placenta is responsible for the vast majority of circulati... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Zinc Deficiency in Pregnancy and Postpartum Depression
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Introduction: Study of the relation between zinc deficiency in pregnancy and postpartum depressin Maryam Asltoghiri, Zahra Ghodsi   Abstract Maternal zinc deficiency during pregnancy has been related to adverse p... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Postnatal Depression In Asian Women Health And Social Care Essay
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Introduction: Postnatal Depression affects around 10-15% of mothers having their first baby. Depression during this time is seen as putting the mother at risk for the onset of a serious chronic mood disorder. Stu... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Intervention Strategies for Post Partum Depression
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Introduction: More than 1 in 10 women in the United Kingdom develop a mental illness during pregnancy or in the first year after giving birth, according to research by the Centre for Mental Health and London ... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Socio-economic Factors and Postnatal Depression Relationship
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Introduction: (a) Objectives of the project and any related information The aim of his project is to study the relationship of socio-economic factors with postnatal depression in Spanish mothers. This will be done... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Reflection on Pregnancy and Childbirth
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Introduction: Explain Why the Critical Factors Influencing the Course of Pregnancy Including Several Dimensions such as Social, Biological and Psychological Factors The period in the uterus before conception is a... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020