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Newborn Baby Tests Positive for Meth, Nurse Then Tells Mother She’s Calling Child Services, Never Looked at Medical Record by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 04 Feb 2013 8:47pm Now if this doesn’t beat all as we spend time talking about how medical records save time and issues like this one happening.  The mother then remembered her delivery and getting a shot and asked the nurse if that is why the baby had meth in it’s urine.  They had to get a caseworker and another supervisor involved to straighten this out.  This ... Read on »
How Often To Nurse a Newborn by Lian Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Oct 2010 8:08pm The first time I held my baby to breastfeed, I was sooooo worried. The nurse just plopped her in my arms and reminded me to switch breast after 15-20 minutes. I stared at her blankly and asked "how do I do this?" She wasn't very helpful and didn't show me how to get baby to latch on properly. Anyway, I had tried to read as much as I could before ... Read on »
Happy Neonatal Nurses Day! by HUG Your Baby Patient Expert Posted Thu 01 Sep 2011 12:00am Maryam Mozafari , one of our Certified HUG Teachers, reminded me that today is Neonatal Nurses Day. Here is a story to celebrate the amazing work you do and the power of HUG Your Baby in this challenging environment. We send out our thanks and great admiration for the difference you make in the lives of these vulnerable babies and their p ... Read on »
Boston NAPS: Go Home with Your Newborn and a Nurse by FitMamaEats Posted Wed 07 Aug 2013 10:57pm All parents recall exactly how they felt when bringing their newborn home from the hospital for the first time. I remember placing Jake in his carseat on the living room floor and just staring at him. Read on »
Neonatal Nurses Day by Melissa H. Posted Mon 17 Sep 2012 4:04pm This weekend was Neonatal Nurses Day. I wrote a post over on Preemie Babies 101 about our primary nurses, and the dozens of nurses who taught us so much. Those ladies – and a few gentlemen – changed Daphne’s diapers, swaddled her, fed her, bathed her, administered medications and saved her life again and again. You may think it is strange t ... Read on »
Treating jaundice in newborn babies by Dave W Healthy Living ProfessionalFacebook Posted Wed 11 Jan 2012 7:35am This article describes the tests and treatments for jaundiceA term used to describe a yellow tinge to the skin and a yellowing of the whites of the eyes. It is caused by a build up of bilirubin in the blood. in babies. This will be of interest to anyone whose infant has prolonged jaundice o ... Read on »
Primates’ Progress: Disturbing Findings from a Study of Vaccinated and Unvaccinated Primates by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 15 Sep 2010 12:00am By Dan Olmsted and Mark Blaxill We reported earlier this summer (see HERE ) on an important new study from Thoughtful House and the University of Pittsburgh describing neuroimaging results that compared a small group of vaccinated monkeys to unvaccinated monkeys during infancy. One interesting footnote in this paper fro ... Read on »
Meet Kandis: Mom, Nurse and Warrior by Tosin Ola Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Sat 18 Feb 2012 9:18am Written by Sickle Cell Warrior on 18 February 2012   Hello everyone. This weeks’ warrior is Kandis Moore, a sickle cell warrior, mom and licensed practical nurse. She has laid out her life story for us all to learn from. Check it…  How old where you when you found out you had sickle ce ... Read on »
Magnifying The Information On Nursing Careers by chrisalex Posted Tue 15 Sep 2009 3:51am Many people are certainly aware that there is a great shortage of nurses in many societies today. Hence, finding a career on this field is easy. But, you can get confused with all the nursing fields and career options available. Therefore, if you want to become a nurse, you can expect to encounter several and different choices when it comes to choo ... Read on »
Baby's First Bath by NicoleD Posted Tue 08 May 2012 9:00am There are so very many options after baby is born. One of the seemingly less considerable options is to bathe or not to bathe baby in the moments following birth. Routinely, hospitals encourage families to have the hospital nursery staff bathe their baby within 2-4 hours after birth to 'decontaminate baby' from the messiness of birth. ... Read on »