/manager/Index ${session.getAttribute("locale")} 5 Emergency caesarean section in a patient with myotonic dystrophy: a case of failed postoperative extubation in a patient with mild disease /manager/Repository/uon:9273 Wed 11 Apr 2018 15:47:09 AEST ]]> Australian midwives' recognition of and response to maternal deterioration: a literature review /manager/Repository/uon:38415 n = 2,412), no studies met the inclusion criteria. This review revealed a lack of published research examining factors impacting Australian midwives' capability to recognize and respond to the deteriorating maternal patient. Conclusion and Implications for Practice: While research shows, for registered nurses, that high workloads and poor skill mix can negatively impact capability to respond to the deteriorating patient, little is known of registered midwives' capability during similar health events. This review highlights a major gap in current knowledge regarding Australian registered midwives' experiences surrounding the recognition of and response to the deteriorating maternal patient. Increasing understanding in this area can inform and support the Australian midwifery education, practice, and National health policies to improve health outcomes for childbearing women. Further research in this area is therefore required.]]> Wed 08 Sep 2021 11:16:45 AEST ]]>