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Recognizing Early Warning Signs of Acute Hypertensive Crisis of the Postpartum Mother: An Important Role for Neonatal Nurses.

Neonatal Network : NN 2023 August 2
A delay in detecting acute hypertensive crisis in postpartum mothers can exacerbate complications in the mother. Neonatal nurses are uniquely qualified to identify postpartum warning signs in mothers while they are in the NICU with their infants. Few research studies have explored the use of neonatal nurse screenings for acute hypertensive crisis in postpartum mothers. NICU nurses screening mothers for postpartum depression has yielded success in improving outcomes, and this model could be translated into screening for acute hypertensive crisis. Further education should be implemented for NICU nurses that include a review of adult blood pressure monitoring, early warning signs, and symptoms of preeclampsia that the mother should report. This article discusses the importance of the neonatal nurse's role in identifying early warning signs of maternal postpartum hypertensive crisis.

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