ChrissyP2003 744 Views
Joined: Dec 27, '07;
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I have had two c-sections, 1) for preeclampsia/failure to progress and 2) was planned by the doctor and myself, but the baby had her cord around her neck and they may have had to do one anyways, right?
So my question is, would it be possible for me to try a Vbac with my next child, after already having 2 c/s? it would be fullfilling to expeirance a vaginal delivery.
Is it safe? Is it possible? BTW i am not pregnant, but just wondering ahead.
I applied for a PCT postion at my hospital, if you meet qualifications, you get an interview. Of course everyone applies for this! So how do impress them so they know this is what my area of interest is? I want to know what issues/areas are important. I have good common sense, am maternal (always have been), have a passionheartbeat for this. Want to be a mat. nurse and lactation consultant then do perinatal outreach nurse later down the road. I really need to give this my all. If i did my best and don't get it, i can accept that. But i want to have a great chance. I am also in LPN school and am going to go for my RN
I am not in LPN school yet, but i have been warned by two other LPNs at my work and they said that it is very intense. One worked fulltime and went to school partime, she said there was no way she could have done both full time. The other one told me that He has heard that next to a Doctor program, this was almost as intense, because of the amount of time you have to learn it all.
I start my LPN program January 14, 2008. It is a part-time program, ending in Dec 2009. I will go two days a week and then eventually start clinicals 1 weekend day. I will be working full-time, so wish me luck! My work is paying for it. Does anyone know anything about the stafford loan? I would like to cut way back at work and just take out a loan. If anyone has any info for, that would be great! Congrats to all.
Does any one know where you can get an IV tech cert in Southwest Ohio? I am an LPN student at a school that doesn't offer it.
I am not yet a nurse, but a PCT on a Med/surg floor. The cap for our nurses is 6. They will not (or i should say have not) given any more than that. So for three nurses we can have a max of 18 pts. For PCT's our max is 10 patients, which is way too much, in my opinion. But from what it sounds like, that is not nearly as much as other places.
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