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Children

4

Birth

John W. Santrock


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Birth

  • What Happens During the Birth Process?

  • What Are Some Measures of Neonatal Health and Responsiveness?

  • How Do Low Birth Weight And Preterm Infants Develop?

  • What Happens During the Postpartum Period?


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What Happens During the Birth Process?

Birth

  • Images of Children: A Fantastic Voyage

    • Cindy and Tom recount the hours and changes that took place before their son, Tanner Roberts, was born and during his birth process.


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What Happens During the Birth Process?

Stages of the Birth Process

  • First stage

    • Lasts about 12 to 24 hours; longest stage

    • Contractions are about 15–20 minutes apart; occur closer together as birth nears

    • Contractions dilate cervix to opening about 4 inches

      • Allows baby to move from uterus to birth canal


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What Happens During the Birth Process?

Stages of the Birth Process

  • Second stage

    • Approximately 45 minutes to an hour

    • Baby moves through cervix and birth canal

    • Mother pushes down, contractions come almost every minute


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What Happens During the Birth Process?

Stages of the Birth Process

  • Third stage (Afterbirth)

    • Placenta, umbilical cord, and other membranes detached and expelled

    • Fastest stage; lasts only minutes


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Placenta

Vagina

a

b

Cervix

Placenta

Uterus

c

d

The Stages of Birth

Fig. 4.1


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What Happens During the Birth Process?

Childbirth Setting And Attendants

  • Childbirth setting and attendants

    • 99% of U.S. births occur in hospital

    • 91% of U.S. births attended by physician

    • Who helps during birth process varies across cultures

      • Some exclude fathers from process

      • Some attended by family members or open to community


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What Happens During the Birth Process?

Childbirth Setting And Attendants

  • Midwives: norm in most of world

    • 8% of U.S. births attended by midwives

    • U.S. certified nurse midwives

      • spend more time with patients in prenatal visits

      • Place emphasis on counseling and education

      • Provide more emotional support to mother

      • Are present during entire birth process


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What Happens During the Birth Process?

Childbirth Setting And Attendants

  • Doulas

    • Provide continuous physical, emotional, and educational support before, during, and after childbirth

    • Most in U.S. work independently, typically function as part of ‘birthing team’


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What Happens During the Birth Process?

Methods of Childbirth

  • Methods of delivery: medications

    • Analgesia: used to relievepain

    • Anesthesia: used in late first-stage labor and during expulsion to block sensation

      • Epidural block: numbs from waist down

    • Oxytocin: synthetic hormones used to stimulate contractions


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What Happens During the Birth Process?

Methods of Childbirth

  • Natural childbirth: attempts to reduce mother’s pain by decreasing fear

  • Prepared childbirth (Lamaze method): similar to natural childbirth; special breathing technique used in final stages of labor

    • Many techniques have been developed


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What Happens During the Birth Process?

Methods of Childbirth

  • Other methods to reduce pain and stress during labor and childbirth

    • Waterbirth

    • Massage

    • Acupuncture

    • Hypnosis

    • Music therapy


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What Happens During the Birth Process?

Methods of Childbirth

  • Cesarean Delivery

    • Baby removed from uterus through incision in abdomen when

      • Baby is in breech or crosswise position

      • Head too large for mother’s pelvis

      • Vaginal bleeding has occurred in pregnancy

    • 29.1% of U.S. births are C-sections


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What Happens During the Birth Process?

The Fetus/Newborn Transition

  • Decreased oxygen supply during contractions is termed anoxia—insufficient oxygen to fetus/newborn

  • Stress hormone secretion protects from oxygen deficiency, prepares infant for birth.

  • Vernix caseosa (skin grease) protects against heat loss.


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What Happens During the Birth Process?

Family Involvement

  • Fathers or partners are more likely to

    • Meet with obstetrician or caregiver

    • Attend childbirth preparation classes; train as birthing coach

    • Be involved in infant’s care after birth

  • Some partners do better than others


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What Happens During the Birth Process?

Family Involvement

  • Siblings may be present at birth

    • Involvement may enhance attachment to baby; child should not be forced to attend

    • Fears of parents

      • Separation anxiety of siblings from mother

      • Children’s daily care shifts to father/partner

      • Less time and attention for siblings


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What Are Some Measures of Neonatal Health and Responsiveness?

Apgar Scale

  • Widely used to assess health at 1 and 5 minutes after birth

    • Performed by nurse/obstetrician

    • Total score of 7 to 10 is good

    • Score below 3 signals emergency

    • Identifies high-risk infants


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Apgar Scale


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What Are Some Measures of Neonatal Health and Responsiveness?

Brazelton Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale (NBAS)

  • Performed within 24 to 36 hours after birth

    • Neurological development

    • Reflexes

    • Reactions to people

  • Infant is active participant

    • Score based on best performance

    • “worrisome,” “normal,” and “superior” classifications


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What Are Some Measures of Neonatal Health and Responsiveness?

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Network Neurobehavioral Scale

  • Offspring of NBAS; provides more comprehensive analysis of newborn behavior

    • Neurological and stress responses

    • Regulatory capacities

    • Assesses high-risk infants


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How Do Low Birth Weight And Preterm Infants Develop?

Preterm and Small for Date Infants

  • Low-birth-weight infant

    • Weigh less than 5.5 lbs

      • Very low - under 3 lbs

      • Extremely low - under 2 lbs

  • Preterm – born 3 or more weeks early

  • Small for date – birth weight below normal

    • 1 in 8 born in U.S. today

    • Risk factors and research


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How Do Low Birth Weight And Preterm Infants Develop?

Consequences of Low Birth Weight

  • As a group

    • Have more health and developmental problems; risks increase as birth weight decreases

      • More likely to have learning disability, ADD or ADHD, and breathing problems

    • Lower functioning persists in adolescence

      • Improvement achieved with early interventions


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How Do Low Birth Weight And Preterm Infants Develop?

Consequences of Low Birth Weight

  • Nurturing Preterm Infants

    • Intensive enrichment programs can improve short-term outcomes

    • Two most popular intervention programs

      • Kangaroo care– used by most NICU nurses

      • Massage therapy– used by 37% of NICUs

    • More touch promotes faster development


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3 lb. 7 oz

Premature infants who were massaged

3 lb. 5 oz

Premature infants who were not massaged

Infant weight

3 lb. 3 oz

3 lb. 1 oz

2 lb. 15 oz

0

2

4

6

8

10

12

14

Age in days

Weight Gain Comparison of Premature Infants Who Were Massaged and Not Massaged

Fig. 4.4


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What Happens During the Postpartum Period?

Postpartum Period

  • Period after childbirth when the mother adjusts physically and psychologically to process of childbearing

    • Lasts about six weeks

    • Involves great deal of adjustment and adaptation; family-centered approach appears best


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What Happens During the Postpartum Period?

Physical Adjustments

  • Involution: process by which uterus returns to prepregnant size

  • Bodily changes

    • Estrogen and progesterone levels drop

    • Fatigue is common

    • Bodily functions return in a few weeks

    • Exercises are recommended


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What Happens During the Postpartum Period?

Emotional and Psychological Adjustments

  • Emotional fluctuations due to

    • Hormonal changes

    • Fatigue

    • Inexperience or lack of confidence

    • Extensive demands may cause anxiety, depression, coping difficulties

    • Normally lasts weeks after birth


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What Happens During the Postpartum Period?

Emotional and Psychological Adjustments

  • ‘Baby Blues’

    • Begins days after birth; can last months

    • Lasts 1–2 weeks without treatment

  • Postpartum depression

    • Major depressive episode: feelings of anxiety, depression, and despair

    • Gets worse without treatment


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What Happens During the Postpartum Period?

Emotional and Psychological Adjustments

  • Postpartum depression treatments

    • Antidepressants

    • Psychotherapy; cognitive therapy is best

  • Postpartum depression affects

    • Mother-infant interaction

    • Risk of additional psychological disorders


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“Baby Blues” Symptoms appear 2 to 3 days after delivery and subside within 1 to 2 weeks

Postpartum depression symptoms linger for weeks or months and interfere with daily functioning

No symptoms

Percentage of U.S. women experiencing “Baby Blues” and Postpartum Depression

Fig. 4.5


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What Happens During the Postpartum Period?

Emotional and Psychological Adjustments

  • Father’s adjustment

    • Experience considerable adjustment and stress

      • Attention for infant decreases couple’s time

    • Father’s postpartum reactions: prenatal involvement can lessen feelings of depression


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What Happens During the Postpartum Period?

Bonding

  • Close connection, especially physical bond, between parents and newborn in period shortly after birth

    • Encouraged by many doctors: “rooming in”

    • Little evidence for a critical bonding period, but parents enjoy and can be helpful

    • Parent-child interaction climate improved


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Children

4

The End


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