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There are many out comes when it comes to the different postion’s of a baby that requires a cesarean section, as well as the current number of live births in America with the current infant mortality rate. Also the different types of medication used during childbirth and child labor.
Most position’s are when the baby is head down, facing the mother’s back. Which is called the Cephalic presentation which most babies is settled into the position within the end of their pregnancy. In other cases a Cesarean delivery can be the safest option for the parent and fetus. This requires surgery where the mother would have to be un cautious of everything that will be happening when she is asleep. Occiput or cephalic posterior is when the baby is head down but facing the the mothers tummy, increasing the pain for the delivery of the baby. . In a Frank breech the baby is position with their butt first, which will increase the injuries towards the baby if it is delivered by the vagina. There is also the complete breech, transverse lie, and footling breech.
in 2009 the number of live birth is four million one hundred thousand thirty one and nineteen thousand. The rate is 13.8 for infant mortality rate. Their is many medication that a mother can be on while giving birth or being in labor. An epidural is a way to deliver an anesthetic so that it can lessen the pain from the labor. Epidurals are effective and is a great pain reliever although it does have side affects such as low blood pressure or can cause the mother to have a fever. Oploids can be injected into the bloodstream which can calm the pain down, as well as other painkillers.
There are alot of mothers who use epidural’s while giving birth, and some mothers do not want to use it. Although there are many stages a baby can be positioned, the most important thing is for the mother and the fetus to be alive and healthy.
Birth, It’s the thing we have all been through to gain life. All women who have children in society have gone through birth however, The American Pregnancy Association (APA) states that The birth of a child is a special and unique experience. They say that all pregnancies are alike and everyone will have an individual experience, because of this it is hard to predict how a specific delivery will be like. There is, however, three stages that can be predicted during birth. The first stage according to (APA) is The beginning of true labor and lasts until The cervix is completely dilated to 10 cm. During the second stage continues after the cervix is dilated to 10 cm and goes all the way until the delivery of the baby. The third and final stage is the delivery of the placenta, this stage is the shortest. The delivery of the placenta can range from 5 to 30 minutes depending on the person. The Birth rate according to CDC states that there is a total of 12.2 per 1,000 population. The mortality rate in America is 6.2 per 1,000 live births. Some of the medication that is used during the birthing process is epidural anesthesia. (APA) states that it is the most requested painkiller during birth. They state that 50% of women who give birth in hospitals use this anesthesia. Another drug that can be used during labor is called nitrous oxide, ACOG states that this drug and odorless gas that is given to women to help with anxiety and helps produce a well-being feeling that makes the pain and birthing process better experience.
Infants tend to grow at a faster rate in the first year of life. Their weight doubles within the first 5 months and by the end of the first year their weight triples. Infants will lose their baby fat in the first year and their height it more uneven compared to the weight. The brain of an infant is ¼ the size of what their adult brain will be and by the age of 2 their brain will be 70% of their adult size. Infants start teething between month 5 to 9, during which this process babies tend produce a lot of saliva, cough, rashes and constantly place objects in their mouths. It is important that infants from 3 to 4 months sleep 6 to 7 hours sleep, and by the age of 6 months it is recommended for them to sleep up to 14 hours, this vary according to culture Dutch recommend 16 hours. When it comes to nutrition, infants need a high fat diet that is only provided by breast milk, after the 6 months mark the baby can begin to eat solid foods such as mashed potatoes or banana pureed. Nutrition is extremely important because malnutrition can be severe in infants. Next, we have gross motor development which are the whole-body movements. These movement include holding head up on their own at 6 weeks, rolling over at 4 ½ months, crawling and sitting at 7 months, sitting and standing without support at 11 months, walking by 12 months. Fine motor skills include reaching and grasping, one of these early motor skills include the pincer grasp that allows the infant to feed themselves. Infants cognitive development according to Piaget’s Theory of Cognitive development birth to one-month simple reflexes, 1 to 4 months first habits and primary circular reactions, 4 to 8 months secondary circular reactions and 8 to 12 months coordination of secondary schemes. Erikson’s first stage talks about trust vs. mistrust which develops at first year of age. In this stage infants depend on their caregiver for stability and constant care. If this is achieved trust will develop and carry on with them for the future, creating hope, but if the opposite occurs a future of anxiety and insecurities will develop for the infant.
It is important that Infants or healthy such as the amount of sleep to get the amount of food to eat what kind of food they eat and their growth. Also the importance of the first stage of Erickson as well as cognition.
Infants grow a faster rate first year your weight is two double by the end of the first year there are two key growth patterns such as Cephallcaudal principle, and proximodistal principle. The infant starts starts to teeth as soon as they reach five months to nine months. Infants usually sleeps 16 to 17 hours when that child is on the third or fourth month they tend to sleep 6 to 7 hours at night. It is important that the child is sleeping on The back is another stomach to bed should be soft and spacious.
Gross motor development includes whole body movements such as crawling, Rolling over standing and walking. As a child grows they are able to walk on their own and feed themselves on their own. Call me Tiffany development have substages which The first month child will have simple reflexes leaving to the first four months they will have different reactions and will grow familiar habits. Leading to eight months they are very coordinated.
The first stage of Ericksons theory is trust versus mistrust. During to stage the child is learning how to trust and who to trust. Allowing the child to feel secure and safe.