Interprofessional communication is when provides/students communicate with each other, with people, and their families to have open, collaborative reasonable manners for the health issuers or concerns. During this experience, I was able to observe many different opportunities that interprofessional communication took place. Some interpersonal communication that took place between the nurse and the patients to provide great care to the baby, was explaining the shots that we provided (risk and benefits), importance of provided warm to the baby, importance of keeping track of the baby’s intake and output, routine vital signs and fundus check on the mother. Interprofessional communication also happened between the nursing staff and the doctor of the delivery to ensure the patients and newborn had great care during the process of delivery the child. The doctor and nursing staff communicated about progress of the pregnancy, such as dilation.
The nurse’s job is to educate and care for patients who are parents, or parents to be. This paper will be based on the controversy of circumcising a newborn baby boy versus not doing a circumcision. Positions and Arguments There are many positions and arguments on circumcising a newborn because there are many positives and
A perineal tear is a tear or injury to the skin and/or muscles between the vaginal introitus and the anal opening. The most common setting for a perineal tear is during childbirth. After such incident (especially if perineal tear was severe) there is often a challenge with following pregnancies when deciding on the optimal mode of delivery. Types of perineal tears Perineal tears are of different types depending on their extent and severity. They are classified as first, second, third and fourth degree.
Helps you recover the right posture All thanks to the extra weight of the baby 's lump, women tend to have back pain even because of a bad posture. By providing support to the torso and lower back, the maternity belts ensure that their posture is correct and that they do not have back problems, at least not because of a bad posture. 4. Makes standing up and sitting easier During pregnancy, many women complain that standing, sitting and any other kind of movement causes discomfort. To get rid of this problem, at least to a certain extent, the maternity belts help a lot.
Years ago, when a girl became pregnant out of marriage, she had no other option than to get married, give up on her dreams, and raise her child. Now, there are many options for unwanted pregnancy, including adoption, abortion, or simply working hard and keeping the baby. There are also organizations like planned parenthood that exist to help mothers in need. The idea of a single parent is now generally accepted as well, and women are able to work and and be independent while caring for themselves along with their babies. Additionally, birth control is easier to access and has grown more effective over time by scientific advancement.
1. What was the catalyst that drove you to begin this line of work? a. I first learned about placenta encapsulation while I was training to become a labor doula. Initially, the idea of it grossed me out to be honest! But the more I learned about it, what it can do for women, it’s benefits, I came to really appreciate it.
Because of the nature of endometrium tissues and cells, the occurrences of endometriosis and its symptoms may lessen and even disappear after menopause takes place, although there is no guarantee of this. Women who have this condition also have a greater risk of developing cancer in their ovaries. Natural Remedies Symptoms of endometriosis can be treated with home remedies, which include the following: Increasing sexual activity to relieve backaches and cramps. Taking acupuncture therapy to balance out hormone levels and reduce pain. Exercising regularly to improve blood flow and release endorphins that reduce pain.
Sharing of the Birth Story through a Parent Interview The purpose of this paper is to correlate the information gathered from interviewing my mother, Suzanna, about her first birth experience and the knowledge I have gained in my Maternal/Newborn class. Unfolding the story behind my birth, will help me, as a student nurse, understand the problems, emotions, and experiences that arise when giving birth. Knowing the stories behind women’s birth is beneficial to nurses and families. For nurses, it will help provide personalized care by knowing what information and care to provide. For families, it can provide insight to the mother you have never known and provide knowledge and inspiration in birthing our own children.
“Warriors of love who fight alongside our babies...leading the battle to keep our babies alive”. (A Quote) The career that I choice is Neonatal Nursing. The reason why I choice Neonatal nursing was because I enjoy taking care of younger children that need my help with many different things. Neonatal Nursing gets to save babies and younger kids lives if they are healthy and able to go home with their parents when they are first born. The Neonatal Nursing gets to help families that are in need of them to take care of their babies when they are born.
If they personally enjoy spending time with children then helping people and studying new things everyday than they will like features of this career. Maybe a pediatrician enjoys most of its job influencing the child to have a better life style. A pediatrician has the opportunity to save a child’s life and make them healthier (“Pediatrician” 9). The negative of this is that they will multiple calls from the emergency room and parents wanting to get a hold of you to see what they can do to cure them at home. Medicine can be fitting to a pediatrician but not to everyone, some of them enjoy working with medicine.