I.V. ROUNDS: Managing hyperemesis gravidarum
ANNE M. LAMONDY RN, C, MSN

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Nursing2014
February 2007 
Volume 37  Number 2
Pages 66 - 68
 
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ABSTRACT

LAMONDY, ANNE M. RN, C, MSN

Anne M. Lamondy is a women's health nurse practitioner, an assistant professor of nursing at Three Rivers Community College in Norwich, Conn., and a staff nurse in the intravenous therapy department at Day Kimball Hospital in Putnam, Conn. Figure. No caption available.

HYPEREMESIS gravidarum, or excessive nausea and vomiting that persists beyond the 20th week of pregnancy, causes weight loss of more than 5% of prepregnancy body weight, dehydration, metabolic acidosis from starvation, alkalosis from loss of hydrochloric acid, and hypokalemia. The cause of hyperemesis gravidarum isn't known, but its effects—decreased placental blood flow, decreased maternal blood flow, and acidosis—can threaten the health of mother and fetus. Dehydration also can cause preterm labor. 1

This is where you come in: by administering I.V. fluid and nutritional support to the mother, you can help minimize the risk of perinatal morbidity and mortality. 2

Severe ...

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