Rubella in pregnancy women : Nursing role

  • อำพวรรณ์ ยวนใจ ภาควิชาอายุรศาสตร์และจิตเวชศาสตร์ โรงพยาบาลศิริราช
Keywords: Keywords : Pregnant women with rubella Infection, rubella, nursing role



        Rubella in pregnant women is considered to be very dangerous for the fetus, may be when the infants borned are abnormal and death fetus in utero. The spread of the infection is caused by direct exposure to blood, a secretions and milk as well as transmitted from mothers to infants, during labor and postpartum.The severity of the disease depends on the severity of the rubella and duration of infection and immune system of pregnant women and infants. Rubella is a major problem in viral infections, although more widespread vaccines are available. However, there are also infections in adolescents reproductive age and pregnant women the major problem is that congenital rubella syndrome. It is necessary for nurse who have a role in caring for the pregnant women to understand rubella screening surveillance for pregnant women. Pregnant women who are infected should have


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