Volume 0, Issue 8 (3-1994)                   IJN 1994, 0(8): 50-57 | Back to browse issues page


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ashjaee Sh. Establishing A Prenatal Genetic Diagnosis: The Nurse's Role. IJN. 1994; 0 (8) :50-57
URL: http://ijn.iums.ac.ir/article-1-1143-en.html

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When a woman undergoes genetic testing of her fetus, the physiologic and emotional demands are great. Careful nursing assessment and support are vital. The main benefit of prenatal genetic diagnosis is that women be given the opportunity to coping with your pregnancy where fetal abnormalities has been diagnosed or achieve  to a complete relaxation with  the positive results obtained . Each of the three common genetic tests  consist of cronic villi sampling , amnio centesis and  subcutaneous fetal blood sampling have its own risks and disadvantages (See the prenatal diagnosis).  Since these tests are created issues for the mother, the nurse's ...

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Type of Study: Research | Subject: nursing
Received: 2012/04/19

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