• Memorial Hospital Los Banos – Maternal Newborn
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    Memorial Hospital Los Banos – Maternal Newborn

    FEMALE SPEAKER: Once you’ve delivered your baby, you’ll continue your stay in one of these maternal newborn rooms. Take a look around. Each room was designed with new families in mind and has a comfortable, adjustable bed as well as plenty of seating for visiting guests. That chair converts into a sleeper for a spouse or adult guest to stay overnight, and a bassinet by the bed is a warm, cozy place for baby to sleep beside you. You can order our in-room meal services, and there’s even a special celebration dinner for new parents. We have trained nurses that provide breastfeeding support and guidance and techniques right at your…

  • Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital – Maternal Newborn
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    Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital – Maternal Newborn

    [MUSIC PLAYING] FEMALE SPEAKER: Once you’ve delivered your baby, you’ll continue your stay in one of these maternal newborn rooms. Take a look around. Each room was designed with new families in mind and has a comfortable adjustable bed, as well as plenty of seating for visiting guests. That chair converts into a sleeper for a spouse or adult guest to stay overnight. And a bassinet by the bed is a warm, cozy place for baby to sleep beside you. Next to the bed, see the computer station? That provides your caregiver secure access to your electronic health record, so you have peace of mind knowing that everyone on your…

  • Improving C-Section Recovery: The ERAS Program Helps You Heal
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    Improving C-Section Recovery: The ERAS Program Helps You Heal

    (soft upbeat music) – [Narrator] At the University of Michigan, we want to help your Cesarean section recovery go as smoothly as possible. We know having a C-section can be overwhelming. But don’t worry. Your care team will be there to support you every step of the way. Our goal is to make sure that every patient undergoing a C-section, whether planned or unexpected, has a healthy delivery and a safe, rapid recovery. This video will explain what to expect before and after surgery and how we can help you get back on your feet taking care of yourself and your baby sooner. This video outlines the most common experience…

  • The Birth Place at Albany Med
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    The Birth Place at Albany Med

    (Inspirational Music) At The Birth Place at Albany Med, we can tailor any experience, for any woman’s needs. When women are greeted in Labor and Delivery by an expert Labor and Delivery nurse, they are introduced to the team that’s going to care for them during labor. You can come in and have a low-risk delivery, or you can come in and, if you require our high-risk services, we’re here for you 24/7. We are the Regional Perinatal Center, which serves all of the counties that we serve, all the way up to the Canadian border. We have a Level 4 NICU, a 60 bed, single room NICU, it’s beautiful.…

  • Diagnostic Testing in Pregnancy
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    Diagnostic Testing in Pregnancy

    – [Narrator] Diagnostic testing in pregnancy provides patients with a specific diagnosis. Diagnostic testing is most often performed for patients who have an increased risk for a specific condition, possibly due to advanced maternal age, abnormal screening results, birth defects detected by ultrasound, or family history. Anyone can have diagnostic testing. Diagnostic testing requires the collection of tissue or cells from the pregnancy. This is more than a blood draw from mom. In the first trimester, the available invasive procedure is called a chorionic villus sampling, or CVS. This is a sampling of the chorionic villi, a type of placental tissue, usually done between 10 to 14 weeks gestation. This…

  • Midwife Supervised Childbirth: Birth The Way Your Body Intended
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    Midwife Supervised Childbirth: Birth The Way Your Body Intended

    Giving birth is actually a natural process. It’s not a disease. So there’s really no need to go to hospital to give birth. You can do a homebirth and have a licensed midwife with you in that process. I highly recommend it because when you give birth in a hospital, you’re at the discretion and the timeframe of the doctors who may want to go home, go play golf, go do whatever they want to do. They may speed up things, or whatever, but when you’re doing a homebirth, you’re actually on your time schedule. You get to decide, or your body gets to decide, how and when the baby…

  • Atlanta Maternity Center Childbirth Experience: Amy Stanton’s Story
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    Atlanta Maternity Center Childbirth Experience: Amy Stanton’s Story

    >>My name is Amy Stanton and I have three boys and I’m a nurse at Egleston. As a pediatric nurse, I’m very choosy, and delivering my child was a very big decision, and we felt very confident and comfortable with DeKalb Medical, and they really pulled through. I had heard that they were really good with natural birth. My first two children were actually delivered by Dr. Pancer and when he walked in the room I felt very comfortable because he’s just really easygoing and very calm in the delivery room and that’s exactly what I needed with a natural birth. I felt like the nursing staff really went above…

  • CPMC Van Ness Maternal Newborn Rooms 360
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    CPMC Van Ness Maternal Newborn Rooms 360

    [MUSIC PLAYING] SPEAKER: Once you’ve delivered your baby, you’ll continue your stay in one of these maternal newborn rooms. Take a look around. Each room was designed with new families in mind and has a comfortable, adjustable bed, as well as plenty of seating for visiting guests. That chair converts into a sleeper for a spouse or adult guest to stay overnight. And a bassinet by the bed is a warm cozy place for baby to sleep beside you. See the computer station? That provides your caregivers secure access to your electronic health record. So you have peace of mind knowing that everyone on your team is up-to-date with your…

  • Alta Bates Summit Medical Center – Maternal Newborn Rooms
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    Alta Bates Summit Medical Center – Maternal Newborn Rooms

    FEMALE SPEAKER: Once you’ve delivered your baby, you’ll continue your stay in one of these maternal newborn rooms. Take a look around. Each room was designed with new families in mind and has a comfortable, adjustable bed, as well as plenty of seating for visiting guests. There’s also a bassinet so baby can sleep near you and remain in the room throughout your stay. See the computer station? That provides your caregiver secure access to your electronic health record, so you have peace of mind knowing that everyone on your team is up-to-date with your medical history and specific needs. We have trained nurses that provide breastfeeding support and guidance…