Hannah Shuker

Hannah Shuker

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The only person who ever receives all of you is the first love or your life because you hadn't learned yet of heartbreak.

I couldn't have said it better. A piece of innocence leaves when ones heart gets broken. After a broken heart nobody can ever get a complete heart again b/c there is a piece that will forever be missing.

Severe Preeclampsia

NUR 315 Nursing Care for Complications in Pregnancy.pptx - Baccalaureate Nursing Program 315 with Mccormick Symanski Rothenberger at Alvernia University - StudyBlue

This pin was labeled "Midwife Thinking", but I think that most midwives would go for the Gaskin Manuevar (rotate to hands/knees) first given that it is the most effective way to resolve dystocia. On the other hand, my OB made it to "Enter: rotational manuevars" during my first birth to resolve dystocia. ~Nicole Raber

I would probably start out with rolling her onto her knees, but then again since most of my mommas kneel (traditionally how women deliver in South Sudan) or give birth on the birth stool, I haven't seen a shoulder dystocia in more than a year

ah the bony pelvis that MOVES and OPENS :) I dont EVER want to hear the words "your pelvis is too small" or, "the baby is too big" unless the mother has a major pelvic injury or deformity. Its called patience, position & moving around.

ah the bony pelvis that MOVES and OPENS :) Highly question -the words "your pelvis is too small" or, "the baby is too big" unless the mother has a major pelvic injury or deformity. Its called patience, position & moving around.

The Moro reflex is a normal reflex for an infant when he or she is startled or feels like they are falling. The infant will have a "startled" look and the arms will fling out sideways with the palms up and the thumbs flexed. Absence of the Moro reflex in newborn infants is abnormal and may indicate an injury or disease. From the NIH

Neonatal reflexes and how they continue to effect us if they are retained. Holy Crap I always thought my son's Moro Reflex never went away, and reading this confirms that maybe it didn't.