f. Provide for comfort and warmth of both patients. Promote fluids in the mother
g. Encourage the mother to void to prevent bladder distention.
h. Make notations about the birth to include:
Fetal position and presentation.
Presence of nuchal cord and method of reduction.
Color, character, and amount of amniotic fluid.
Time of delivery.
Sex of infant.
(7) Approximate time of placental expulsion, appearance, and
Maternal condition (affect, amount of bleeding, and status of uterine
Any unusual occurrences during the delivery.