Fetal structures in an adult | Circulatory system physiology | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

So I left up this picture. This is a picture of how blood flows in a baby right after it’s born, and all the different parts of that circulation and all the different names. And the reason I left this up is because I want to talk about all the changes that then happen as […]

New Birthing Trend “Lotus Birth” Explained

NEW PARENTS ARE TRYING OUT THE LATEST TREND IN HAVING BABIES. THEY ARE DOING SOMETHING KNOWN AS LOTUS BIRTH, WHERE THEY KEEP THE PLACENTA ATTACHED TO THE BABY FOR A LONGER PERIOD OF TIME, SOMETIMES DAYS, AND THE WHOLE IDEA OF THIS IS THAT IT HELPS IMPROVE THE BABY’S IMMUNE SYSTEM, AND HAS ALL SORTS […]

Mother Dolphin Giving Birth But The Baby Couldn’t Make It | Kritter Klub

Look! The tail! The first time a dolphin is giving birth in Korea She’s suffering due to a colic After all the labor pain, the calf is born The calf must breathe above the water within a minute after birth The mother pushes the sinking calf up The first breathe I’m so happy to see […]

Fetal circulation right before birth | Circulatory system physiology | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

Before a baby is born, there are a lot of adaptations that we see that allow the baby to take nutrients and oxygen from mom and successfully get those nutrients and oxygen to the different cells that need them in the body. So what I wanted to do is kind of draw out for you […]

Baby circulation right after birth | Circulatory system physiology | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

We’ve talked about fetal circulation, and I’ve talked about all the different interesting adaptations that the fetus has to make sure it can adjust to life within the uterus, within mom. But when the baby comes out– let’s say the baby is just delivered– there’s got be a lot of changes that happen. In fact, […]

Fetal Circulation – Embryology

“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 […]

Placenta previa – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

Placenta previa means “placenta first,” because the placenta is the first thing within the uterine cavity. In this condition, the placenta implants in the lower uterus, close to or even covering the uterine opening, called the internal cervical os, and it can therefore easily bleed, which usually happens after 20 weeks of gestation. Normally the […]

Ask The Placenta Lady about Cesarean Birth and Placenta Encapsulation

(calm, gentle music) – Hi, welcome to another episode of Ask the Placenta Lady. My name is Jodi but I’m more commonly known as the Placenta Lady. I’ve been working with new moms since 2006. So I’ve heard pretty much every question you can be asked regarding the birth year. It’s pregnancy, child birth and […]