Baby Nursing

Nursing 4 Month old Baby
Nursing 4 Month old Baby
Reprinted with permission from the author. One of the concerns I have about some parenting books and pediatricians who give advice about sleeping infants is this: Baby starts sleeping through the night at, say, about 3 months — or at least sleeping 5 to 6 hours. Suddenly around 4 months, little Buford…
Nursing 1 Lab Quiz
Nursing 1 Lab Quiz
Lab values, drug dosages, drip rates…there are numbers everywhere you look around the nursing station and unit. When you’re a nurse, you can’t escape them. In some areas of nursing, you need to know only some basic numbers, but in other areas, you need to know very precise lab values and how to titrate…
Nursing a Baby Bird Back to Health
Nursing a Baby Bird Back to Health
Make the Bird Safe Gently place the injured bird in a cardboard box that has a towel or crumpled tissue at the bottom. Make sure there are air holes so the bird can breathe. If you can t get the bird to a veterinary medical professional right away, place the box in a safe area of your home. Keep it in…
Nursing a vomiting Baby
Nursing a vomiting Baby
Your normally happy and playful 2-year-old has not been himself all day. He’s been clingy, fussy, and has refused to eat his favorite foods. Then out of nowhere, he throws up what you think was breakfast. It doesn’t stop there. For the next three hours he throws up every 10 minutes. This is replaced…
Nurse admits murdering 11
Nurse admits murdering 11
In this photo provided by the New South Wales Rural Fire Service a wildfire near Deans Gap, Australia, crosses the Princes Highway Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2013. Firefighters are battling scores of wildfires in southeastern Australia as authorities evacuate national parks and warned that hot, dry and windy conditions…
Nursing 3 checks
Nursing 3 checks
An investigation by the Los Angeles Times has discovered that some temp firms that provide nurses to hospitals are taking shortcuts in the background screening process, and may be placing unqualified, incompetent and even convicted criminals as caregivers for patients. High-volume demand driven by the…
Nursing Home Jobs
Nursing Home Jobs
Residential and nursing care facilities typically house full-time patients who can no longer tend to their healthcare needs without regular help. These centers offer a mix of social services and medical treatment, including daily medication dosing, meals, living arrangements and acute care as needed…