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... hi i am extreamly interested in obgyn nursing. the part of it im most interested in is the nursery room. i love babys, and love to take care of them. ... (0 replies)
Obgyn
Feb 27, 2009
... what does a obgyn do (1 replies)
... how many years does it takes to be a obgyn (1 replies)

... what does an obgyn nurse do (0 replies)
Obgyn nurses
Jan 15, 2008
... what do obgyn nurses do (1 replies)
... for me after 4 children the nurse did about everything except delivering the baby. (4 replies)
... what does obgyn nurse do (4 replies)
Obgyn
Mar 14, 2009
... Sees to the needs of women's female organs and pregnant females. (1 replies)
... From the start of university you at least need a 4 year undergraduate degree of any kind (including all the prerequisite courses) to get in to medicine. Then medical school in N. America is generally 4 years (though there are some accelerated programs which are 3 years). Then the obstetrics & gynecology residency is 5 years. So starting from day 1 in university... (1 replies)
Obgyn nurses
Jan 17, 2008
... Do you mean Ob-Gyn nurse practitioners, also sometimes called nurse midwives? They care for women's reproductive health, and provide prenatal care, and sometimes deliver babies, in low-risk pregnancies. Pretty much what Ob-gyn's do. (1 replies)
... Usually, the nurse that takes care of the baby is different from the labor and delivery nurse. Most hospitals have healthy babies room-in with the mother...and both mother and baby are taken care of by a post-partum nurse. Some hospitals still use a nursery (all do for sick infants)...and a neonatal nurse takes care of these babies. (4 replies)
... Thank you so much for the info... so the nurse that takes care of the baby after delivery is done in the hospital nursery or in the mother's room is the postpartum nurse? or is it the same nurse as labor and delivery? (4 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)
... JSC, Did you ever find any answers to your question posted here? I have been "offline" from the boards for a while and usually don't sign into this folder anyway. I am an active duty Navy nurse (OB/GYN) :-) and have worked with many fine OBGYN's in the past 8 years. Would be glad to discuss what I know about Navy Medicine from working with those physicians. (My... (2 replies)
... withbeing a physician in the military. I ask, because I am currently considering this after working in private practice as an ObGyn and growing tired of the worsening conditions in which we find ourselves. Thank you ahead of time! ... (2 replies)




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