Expectations of pregnant teenagers about nursing care in labor rooms

Monica Paola Basto Montero, Jenny Andrea Angarita Gómez, Islendy Noreña Acevedo

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Introduction: the settings of pregnant teenager·s labor moment have been largely unexplored. In the literature there is an emphasis on prenatal and puerperal care, so a deeper nursing care during this phase is clearly needed due to the particular conditions of the adolescence. Aims : identify main aspects that guide nursing care of pregnant teenager´s during labor and delivery trough evidence.
Methods : this study responds to an integrative review that allows us to join and synthesize available evidence of the research subject.
Results : there are four categories that guide nursing care in order to provide a human and differentiated attention to pregnant teenager´s during labor: Feelings and emotions, non pharmacological strategies, nursing role, pregnant teenager needs and rights.
Conclusions: the four categories of nursing care for pregnant teenagers in labor act as a guide for the elaboration of care protocols in labor rooms because they provide the four Meta-paradigmatic concepts of nursing: Health, person, nursing care, and environment.

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Nursing Care; adolescent; pregnancy; labor

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