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Longest you've had an AP pt on your unit?

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by HappyNurse2005 HappyNurse2005, RN (Member)

HappyNurse2005 is a RN and specializes in LDRP.

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Whats the longest time you've had an antepartum pt admitted on your unit?

we've had 7 weeks for pprom, 6 weeks for twin to twin transfusion, most recently. of course, i've only been there just less than a year, so i can't say for sure thats the LONGEST ever

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crissrn27 has 8 years experience as a RN and specializes in nursery, L and D.

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I don't know for sure, but I remember one with hyperemesis that stayed about 6 weeks. I don't do PP or AP, so I'm not sure. Also, we ship anyone that has serious issues.

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rpbear specializes in OB.

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I remember a vasoprevia staying for 4 months I think. From the moment it was found until 37 weeks when she delivered via c-section. she had an INT at all times, and q 3 day blood draws for type and screen. She was a trooper, never once complaining. She left with a healthy baby.

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Elvish is a BSN, DNP, RN, NP and specializes in Community, OB, Nursery.

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We used to have (before I started working there) cerclages stay from 14wks til about 36 or longer. Just one doc who no longer does OB.

The longest one I remember was a lady c triplets in with PTL who kept them in til 35weeks, 15 of which were spent with us.

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KellNY is a RN and specializes in High Risk In Patient OB/GYN.

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We've had PPROMs who ruptured at 20 weeks and delivered at 34.

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