CHLAMYDIA AND TRICHOMONIASIS IN PREGNANCY

Nurse-Midwifery Management

Authors

  • Minta S. Uzodinma cnm, mn,

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    • Minta Uzodinma is an Assistant Editor for JNM, representing Region 3 of the ACNM. She received a bsn degree from the University of Iowa, a certificate in Nurse-Midwifery from the University of Mississippi, and a mn degree from the University of Mississippi. She previously served as the Director of Nurse-Midwifery Education Program at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, Mississippi. Currently, she is employed as a certified nurse-midwife for the Coastal Family Health Center in Gulfport, Mississippi.

  • Avis E. Haynes cnm, msn,

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  • Judy A. Hughes cnm,

  • Syble Sibley cnm


CASE PRESENTATION

Mrs. Jane Purple comes to the clinic for her first prenatal visit at 10 weeks' gestation. She is 22-years-old and has been married to Paul for 3 years. This is their first pregnancy. Laboratory results include: Pap test Class I, wet smear Trichomonas, chlamydia-zyme positive, gonorrhea culture negative. How would you manage this patient's sexually transmitted diseases? Include your instructions and follow-up plans.

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