• Abortion, is compromise possible? | Washington University
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    Abortion, is compromise possible? | Washington University

    Where we need to find compromises is not only in terms of policy, but in terms of values. And really instead of saying compromise, I would talk about conversation. And people learning to listen to each other across these very, very complicated divides. We don’t do enough of that: Listening without judgement, without sarcasm or snark against other people, really trying to sympathize with values that may be very different from one’s own, or that actually may not be that different, but that might lead someone else to a different place. And I think that once we can have those conversations there may be, well, lots, lots of room for…

  • PREGNANCY WEEK BY WEEK 34 WEEKS: HOSPITAL BABY BAG FOR LABOR & DELIVERY
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    PREGNANCY WEEK BY WEEK 34 WEEKS: HOSPITAL BABY BAG FOR LABOR & DELIVERY

    hey everyone and welcome back to my channel if you’re new here my name is Sarah and I have a toddler son named Suleiman What’re you doing? “more baby” You want to see the baby? can you give baby a kiss? oh thank you I’m expecting baby number two in February and I’m currently 34 weeks pregnant so today I’m gonna be bringing you along for my 34 week pregnancy update or bumpdate I do these weekly on my channel if you really like these types of videos please be sure that you check out that playlist linked somewhere up here like this video for more videos and subscribe for…

  • Your Health and Your Unborn Baby’s Health
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    Your Health and Your Unborn Baby’s Health

    ♪♪♪ (narrator) If your pregnancy is assessed as having some risk, you may be referred to our high-risk pregnancy clinic for ongoing care. (ultrasound technician) I’m just going to turn on it for you so you can see a profile of the baby. (narrator) If you have a multiples pregnancy, we provide a free information class once a month to provide you with valuable information to prepare for your babies’ births. At any time during your pregnancy, your doctor may refer you to a member of the hospital’s interprofessional team. Such as: the genetics department, Social Work a dietitian, paediatrician and/or the Women’s Reproductive Mental Health Program. If you are…

  • 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…

  • A Day In the Life: Nursing at Michigan
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    A Day In the Life: Nursing at Michigan

    >>[Background Music] With this particular job you know they want to say textbook but sometimes things don’t work in that particular way so you have to always expect the unexpected and be ready. That’s what I love about my job to [inaudible]. This is the life of a nurse. We always have to be thinking 1 step ahead. [ Music ]>>So Natalie is an 18 year old. She had a bone marrow transplant and today she’s going to go home so it’s kind of a big deal. There’s a lot of teaching involved so we’re going to do her own Neupogen shot today, which is a subcu injection, and so…

  • 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…

  • Moms Share Their Birthing Stories
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    Moms Share Their Birthing Stories

    – I think pregnancy is a lot more powerful than we’re lead to believe. – So, when your baby’s born, they turn face down to come out. My baby did not turn face down. So he was, they call them “stargazers”. He was just face up, and not doing the turn to come out. I was put in the operating room, and she’s in there with the forceps, and she’s like, says to me, “I’m trying really hard “not to tear your perineum”. And I was like, “Just (bleep) cut it”. And so she was like, “okay”. Cut, boom, baby out. ‘Cause I didn’t feel anything, and at that point…

  • How soon after a missed period is a pregnancy test accurate?
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    How soon after a missed period is a pregnancy test accurate?

    A pregnancy test, let’s start from the basics. A pregnancy test requires a specific hormone to be positive. So that’s the HCG, the human chorionic gonadotropin. And that’s a hormone that is produced once the egg is fertilized and once the egg has implanted in the walls of the uterus itself. And it takes about six days for the implantation to take place. Now there are many different types of pregnancy test available in the market and they all detect different quantities of the hormone. So some are more accurate than others. But usually by about day 8 to 10, especially on a blood test, we should be able to…

  • MomsEveryday: Emily Beale, RN, Childbirth Prep
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    MomsEveryday: Emily Beale, RN, Childbirth Prep

    – [Narrator] Helping make your life easier, Moms Everyday – Hello everyone, as a mother of three it’s hard to really prepare for childbirth. Regardless, education is still key in the process. We have Emily Beale here with the Family Center at Capital Regional Medical Center and you’re a nurse and today we’re talking about childbirth preparedness which I know is so key because moms are so nervous and want to know everything and taking classes can really help with that. – Yes, absolutely. One of the main purposes of childbirth classes is to help to decrease any fear or anxiety the mom has about giving birth or the support…