Oh no, I had 12 weeks of orientation...I have been off orientation for a month. Which imo that assignment was still a little much considering prior to this night I was taking 3:1 feeder growers. Haven't even bagged a baby before that night! And sadly no, no resource nurse either. My nursery roommate was a brand new nurse who had been off orientation for only 2 weeks so basically no experience between the two of us. Thank goodness for experienced nurses across the hall. I've never been happier to see those familiar faces than when they came to help me.
And no, I guess I'm not sure it was formula but he was a q2 feeder and both "events" occurred 45mins-1 hour after a feeding. It looked like formula...so I'm assuming that was what it was. I thought his air leak was the cause...which according to the vent could be as high as 90% based on his position.. The MD and other nurses said possibly bad reflux...I was content with that answer but the dayshift nurse, like I said, made me doubt myself and kind of gave me the impression that I did something wrong. I honestly cried a few relief tears to your alls responses of reflux or something that was beyond my control.
Thank you for the support