His solution was, “‘If you were my wife, I’d give you the same advice,” the doctor told her. “Let’s terminate the pregnancy and start again next month’” (Collins 167). It took a couple minutes to process the words I just read because the doctor made it sound like being pregnant was equivalant to writing the wrong word in pen. Pregnancy is actually pretty complicated when you put it into perspective because about it, there is another life being created inside a woman’s body. It just amazes how incompetent some people can be.
I never was hungry and I had to force myself to eat and she did not like the fact that sometimes I would skip a meal and still give her the milk. She said it's not healthy milk and she said she would prefer to give her formula instead of eating one per day and giving her milk. She works at the hospital and said she knows a lot of moms who the baby bit the nipples off or a whole bunch of stuff with breasts. She's been working at the hospital for about ten years and she said she has seen stuff happen to moms that breast fed or they are not heating healthy enough and the baby gets sick from the milk. It was hard for me to hold food down.
My nephew spent his first 2 and a half months in that hospital and that's when i decided to become a Neonatal Nurse. I never wanted to become a nurse in my whole life until i realized the importances of the nurses we have. Right now i am taking the first step in becoming a CNA i am starting to realize this is always what i wanted to do. However even though I want to work in San Antonio I do not want to live there. I would like to live close just not inside where all the commotion is.
The case study that I chose was from Nursing Ethics Journal is titled, The twins: a case study in ethical deliberation. This case presents a nurses perspective about nine year old, Roman Catholic, Hispanic twins, who survived a very difficult preterm birth and were in a persistent vegetative state since childbirth. The parents took care of the twins along with their four other children, but the growing demand of the twins was starting to take a toll on the parents, so they decided to place the twins in an institution. From the time that the twins were admitted to the institution, they have been frequently admitted to the hospital related to respiratory illnesses and urinary tract infection, which were a result of their deteriorating immune system. The nurse’s role was to obtain a do not resuscitate (DNR) order from the parents due to the doctors stating the twins have less than a year left to live, and “why prolong the inevitable?” (Freysteinson, 2009).
In Deep Treble. “Help me, Brit!” “Dad will be up here any minute and he’ll freak out if he sees my music stuff!” I screamed to my sister. “Just tell them you want to sing” She replied. My parents were both doctors and they desperately wanted me to be one too. I didn’t have a choice really.
After arriving at the hospital at 6 a.m., I was prepped and taken to pre-op, where I had to wait for my doctors to take my back. The wait was excruciating, I kept looking around the corner, anticipating when the doctors would walk through my door to tell me it was time. My surgery was scheduled to start at 9 a.m., but there was a delay and I wasn’t taken back until 2 p.m. When the surgeons finally came into my room and told me it was time, my anxiety was off the charts. I barely had enough time to say goodbye to my husband and my mom before the anesthesiologist put twilight medicine in my IV, I don’t remember anything after that.
I had this baby that I had to care for the long road. I had to learn how to care for another person. Having a Crying Baby, Sleepless Nights was over whelming for me. It was not all about me anymore. I had to find someone to watch my son each night to continue going to school.
Under the knife I remember my very first surgery. It wasn’t major but to me, an 8-year-old child, the thought of having needles and knives and people all around me scared me awfully. When my mom first told me I’d have to have teeth removed I thought I was going to die. “We have to go have some of your teeth pulled” she told me. “Can’t I just keep them?” I asked her.
Luke did not want anyone to know about him being sick so Julie was supposed to pick him up and then take him to the doctor. When they got to the doctors office the waiting room was full of sniffling kids. Forty minutes went bye and the door to the outside of the office had opened and Luke’s mom rushed in: “Nancy! Why are you here? The doctor told me to come.
When I was in 6th grade I couldn’t focus in class or focus on really anything. I was constantly moving and had to be active or I’d start getting body shakes just to get energy out. When my parents became aware of this they were immediately concerned and took me to the doctor soon after. I was taken to a testing center where they put a weird looking red hat on my head, put some sort of gel on the top of my head and asked me a bunch of questions. The whole procedure took about an hour and by the end I was diagnosed with ADHD.