Big baby! Non Stress test, fetal heart rates and baby size percentiles

Hello everyone Louis from newgenparents here bringing you a video on two things 1 percentiles in terms of size and 2 fetal stress tests Let me share a quick video with you a quick story with you before we actually start Was at the hospital four weeks ago We are sent for our first fetal […]

“Fetal Circulation” by Lisa McCabe for OPENPediatrics

Fetal Circulation by Lisa McCabe. Hello, my name is Lisa McCabe. I’m a Clinical Nurse Specialist at Children’s Hospital Boston in the Cardiovascular Program. We are now going to talk about fetal circulation and the transition to postnatal circulation that occurs after birth. The specific structures associated with fetal circulation include the placenta, the umbilical […]

Supporting families with their stillborn babies – Kristy Wiegle

Mrs Wiegel works as a midwife at St John of God Mount Lawley Hospital, and is a recognised clinical expert in the field of midwifery. Since supporting a family who lost their baby through stillbirth in 2014, Mrs Wiegel raised more than one hundred thousand dollars to purchase a cold cuddle cart for every maternity […]

Peek-a-Boo ICU at The Valley Hospital’s Center for Childbirth

We’ve actually set up a system that allows us to take a picture through a web cam and in real time transmit that image for about five minutes every day to someone who can’t get in to see them. We have called it Peek-a-Boo ICU and it gives our moms who are home or perhaps […]

How to Become a Midwife : Midwives & Fewer Injuries During Childbirth

Hello! My name is Maureen Browne and on behalf of expertvillage.com, we’re here in this clip today to describe a little about midwives and the prevention of perineal trauma during childbirth. Midwives have a lower rate of epidural use and with this there is less incidence of extensive perineal tears, such as a third or […]

Breastfeeding Benefits: Awareness Week Video 📆 Cada Day Life

Um, excuse me. A little privacy please. Thank you. Yo! It’s “National Breastfeeding Awareness Month!” I know you’ve been waiting all year, but it’s finally here! So that means we’re going to uncover those udder covers, and talk about the other use of the word, nursing. Now if you like the idea of a nurse, […]

How to Become a Midwife : Midwives & Fewer Injuries During Childbirth

Hello! My name is Maureen Browne and on behalf of expertvillage.com, we’re here in this clip today to describe a little about midwives and the prevention of perineal trauma during childbirth. Midwives have a lower rate of epidural use and with this there is less incidence of extensive perineal tears, such as a third or […]

U.S. Air Force: Capt Petra Holloway, Labor and Delivery Nurse

I am captain Petra Holloway. I’m a labor and delivery nurse in Alvermockery, Florida. It’s a very small farmers town. I was a migrant worker growing up. I remember just being out in the fields, you know, picking tomato, bell pepper. It was hard. I didn’t want to work that kind of hard life for […]

I Wanna Be a Midwife · A Day In The Life Of A Midwife

They’re so cute. There’s nothing more incredible than the creation and birth of new life and if you’re a mother or expecting mother you’ll know there’s one person you can’t do it without, your midwife. Midwives ensure that both mum and baby are healthy and safe right from conception all the way through to birth […]