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... I am an OB/GYN nurse. I love it!! I do Labor and Delivery, Mother/Baby, antepartum, as well as the occasional float to GYN surgery/women's unit (we don't get just surgeries there...but also moms who have had intrauterine fetal demises, etc) It is exciting, and never the same day twice. For the most part, you get parents who are genuinely excited to be having a child, and... (6 replies)
... k to so many babies for the first time in the nursery. It was really nice. I always wanted to see the birth of a child live but everytime i made friends with the doctor he was changed so never got to see a birth. ... (6 replies)
... I was on bed rest with my first for 8 months. None of the doctor's in my town thought I would carry to term, one NP even wanted me to have an abortion, but one doctor had faith that nature would take its couse and correct things and he promised me he would deliver my baby. ... (6 replies)

... First, most hospitals require a RN license to work on the Labor, Delivery, Recovery, and Postpartem (LDRP) unit. Over the past 10 years, I have seen many LVN/LPNs have to take tech positions on these units. That being said, here are the things OB/GYN nurses do: Hospital Nursing 1) LDRP Nursing Assess women coming into the hospital in possible labor Perform stress tests... (4 replies)
MD or DDS--fear?
Nov 17, 2006
... No, certainly not. If a doctor has his own practice he/she has the right to choose the types of patients he/she wants to treat. However, when you are in medical school you can not avoid your OB/GYN rotations, which will essentially force you learn how to deal with those kinds of issues. If you feel you could not do that, then you might want to consider another health career... (2 replies)
... Hi - Med/Surg is where ill people and patients needing general surgery go. It involves almost all of the body's internal systems except ... Neuro - brain, spine Cardiovascular - heart, circulation Ortho - bones OB/GYN - women and reproductive issues Uro - kidneys, bladder, male reproductive issues ENT - ear/nose/throat Opthalmology - eyes (22 replies)




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