Per vagina (PV) bleeding in early pregnancy
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Per vagina (PV) bleeding in early pregnancy

Claire Washbourne Emergency nurse practitioner, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London
Carol Cox Professor of nursing, advanced clinical practice, St Bartholomew’s School of Nursing and Midwifery, City University, London

CLAIRE WASHBOURNE and CAROL COX undertook research to determine what emergency nurses need to know in order to deliver safe care to women with PV bleeding in early pregnancy

Bleeding in early pregnancy is a traumatic experience for women who are expecting the birth of normal healthy babies. Managing this situation can be traumatic for both patients presenting to A&E and the clinicians who must manage them. Emergency nurse practitioners (ENPs) have proven their worth in terms of improving quality of care for many A&E patients and there is now tremendous pressure on them to advance their practice.

Emergency Nurse. 10, 8, 21-25. doi: 10.7748/en2002.

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