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#1 of 11 Old 10-18-2006, 03:27 PM - Thead Starter
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If you have more than one child and you gave birth in the same hospital, did you have any of the same nurses?
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None of the nurses from my three hospital stays were the same.
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Yep. The LPN was the same. The next day, I saw a lot of familiar faces.

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There were 3.5 years between my two so even if one was the saem I surely don't remember. I know the nurse who was with me was AWESOME though - I loved her! The next day ladies were horrid. I hope this time arround I get great nurses again!
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No. When I was staying after my delivery, there was one LPN that was the same. I didn't recognize anyone else.

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The reason I ask is that DH and I were talking about this one day. The nurses who were with me when they tried to induce me were great. The one that was actually with me on the day I had Jonathan was horrible. I mean, she was probably doing everything right, technically, but her bedside manner was pretty much non-existant. I told him if I had another baby and we were still living here, I wanted a different nurse.
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There isn't a high turnover rate at our hospital. My oldest and youngest were born eight years apart, and most of the nurses I had the first time were still there the last time.
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An obstetrics / labor and delivery nurse assesses women's pregnancy concerns and needs, carefully monitors labour and assists with delivery of the newborn. An obstetrics / labor and delivery nurse typically administers care to women in a hospital or women's clinic setting.
Obstetrics / Labor and Delivery nursing is practiced by nurses who have specialized formal, post-secondary education and who function in highly autonomous roles.
Labor and Delivery (L&D) registered nurses provide care to women and their newborns during the antepartum, intrapartum, postpartum, and neonatal stages of this important life event. They assess each mother and baby and develop an individualized plan of care. L&D registered nurses collaborate with physicians and other health care providers to provide the best plan of care for each patient.
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That is the duty of nurses to be present in a place where delivery is being done.Nurses are very much helpfull to provide surgical instruments and to help the doctore in different purposes.At the next day of pragnency the nerses give newly born baby to their mothers and then the mothers feed their baby.

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