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  1. hi am new in this community but am not new in nursing

    i worked as pediatric nurse for 2 yrs , then i studied midwifery,,,

    am now nurse supervisor in the high risk delivery unit
    i would like to know is there a special nurse taking care of patients before and after cesarean section? e.g giving them instructions about the surgery and do that nurse visit the patient in the ward to examine them!!!
    Last edit by mangoo on Dec 18, '05
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    Last edit by Thunderwolf on Dec 26, '05
  6. by   TheCommuter
    Welcome!

    Perhaps you may wish to visit this site's OB Nurses forum to get your question answered.
  7. by   beanieweenie
    HI , BEANIEWEENIE ON HERE. I JUST HAVE A QUESTION FOR YOU. I'M IN MY LAST SEMESTER OF LPN SCHOOL. I GRADUATE IN MAY. I WANT TO WORK IN THE NURSERY AND WITH THE NEW MOTHERS AND POSSIBLY DO WHAT YOU ARE DOING . ARE LPN'S ALLOWED TO DO THIS OR DO THEY HAVE TO BE A RN. . THIS IS THE REASON I GOT INTO NURSING, BECAUSE OF THE CARE I RECIEVED WHEN I HAD MY CHILDREN. THANKS
  8. by   mangoo
    Quote from beanieweenie
    HI , BEANIEWEENIE ON HERE. I JUST HAVE A QUESTION FOR YOU. I'M IN MY LAST SEMESTER OF LPN SCHOOL. I GRADUATE IN MAY. I WANT TO WORK IN THE NURSERY AND WITH THE NEW MOTHERS AND POSSIBLY DO WHAT YOU ARE DOING . ARE LPN'S ALLOWED TO DO THIS OR DO THEY HAVE TO BE A RN. . THIS IS THE REASON I GOT INTO NURSING, BECAUSE OF THE CARE I RECIEVED WHEN I HAD MY CHILDREN. THANKS
    HI , well they do take care of infants in limitation, such as giving bath or feeding them but medical side they don't interfere in it,,,
  9. by   sirI
    Quote from mangoo
    hi am new in this community but am not new in nursing

    i worked as pediatric nurse for 2 yrs , then i studied midwifery,,,

    am now nurse supervisor in the high risk delivery unit
    i would like to know is there a special nurse taking care of patients before and after cesarean section? e.g giving them instructions about the surgery and do that nurse visit the patient in the ward to examine them!!!
    hello and to allnurses.com

    great to have you with us, mangoo! enjoy the forums.

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