This is a discussion on AWHONN recommendations in Ob/Gyn Nursing, part of Nursing Specialties ... Hey everyone,
I was wondering if someone could help me get my hands on a copy of awhonn's...
I was wondering if someone could help me get my hands on a copy of awhonn's recommendations for documenting FHTs during the different stages of labor. I thought I had a copy of it somewhere, but can't seem to locate it, and I'm having trouble finding it on the internet.
I've been a labor nurse for 2 years and have always charted q30min for low risk, q15min for high risk, including epidural and pitocin, and q5min for pushing. However, I am training at a new hospital for a PRN position, and I've been told by one nurse that I could chart q30min while on pit, while another says q15min, and no one charts q5min for pushing.....
I just wanted to review the recommendations, if anyone has access to them and could share. I'm open to hear what others do as well!
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