A deficiency in the amount of amniotic fluid in the gestational sac during pregnancy is called oligohydramnios. Nursing Interventions include 1. Monitor maternal and fetal status closely, including vital signs and fetal heart rate patterns. 2. Monitor maternal weight gain pattern, notifying the health care provider if weight loss occurs. 3. Provide emotional support before, during, and after ultrasonography. 4. Inform the patient about coping measures if fetal anomalies are suspected. 5. Instruct her about signs and symptoms of labor, including those she’ll need to report immediately. 6. Reinforce the need for close supervision and follow up. 7. Assist with amnioinfusion as indicated. 8. Encourage the patient to lie on her left side. 9. Ensure that amnioinfusion solution is warmed to body temperature. 10. Continuously monitor maternal vital signs and fetal heart rate during the amnioinfusion procedure. 11. Note the development of any uterine contractions, notify the health care provider, and continue to monitor closely. 12. Maintain strict sterile technique during amnioinfusion.