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    ****REPORT LATE DUE TO MACWIS ISSUES**** PER REPORTER: Rosa bring the infant to school. Rosa's relationship to the family is unknown. She doesn't speak English well. The mother can't speak fluent English. The infant has a bruise on his right butt cheek that is about thesize of the palm of a hand. There is a bruise on the center of the crack that is a finger nail wide in width and 1 and 1/2 in length. There bruises are blue in color. It is unknown what happened. Glenda changed the infant's wet diaper about 8:30 a.m. He was changed again between 10:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. due to having a bowel movement. Glenda turned him over to clean him really good and notice the bruise. She didn't notice the bruise earlier because she didn't have to turn…

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    Becoming Parents

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    residence multiple times and being away from their families makes them feel lonely. Lucinda dropped out of college to support her husband but now would like to attend law school, a very time consuming and costly task. Each choice made thus far has impacted their life significantly, however the decision to reproduce is a decision that impacts another living being. Several factors such as a parent’s ability to support a child financially, support their physical development, and cognitive…

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    Brogna, B., Cowan, F., Romeo, M.G.,…Mercuri, E. (2012). Longitudinal cognitive assessment in healthy late preterm (LP) infants. European Journal of Paediatric Neurology, 16, 243-247. doi: 10.1016/j.ejpn.2011.07.012 ___________________________________________________________________ The purpose of this study was to assess the cognitive development in healthy late preterm (LP) infants born between 33 and 36 weeks gestation. A longitudinal study was conducted on a cohort that was admitted to a…

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    postpartum depression such as fatigue, hormonal change, trauma of pregnancy or the adjustment of motherhood, feeling of worthless, guilt and many more (M, 2016). This type of depression affects all aspects of life and the lives of those around. Such as family, school, work. It also plays a major role in an infant who mother experience this depression. Although a mother may not have control over this depression, it can do tremendous harm towards a baby. This is a good topic to research because…

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    Neonatal nursing is a nurse that works with the newborn infants who are born with numerous of problems such as prematurity, birth defects, infection, etc. Neonatal nursing are surrounded with infants who have problems right after their birth, but they also care for the infants who experience long-term health issues regarding to their prematurity or other illness right after birth. Some of these nurses take care of the infants who are up to 2 years of age, or some care for the ones from the time…

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    Saving the lives of premature and ill infants would be extremely rewarding, that is what a Neonatologist does. A neonatologist is a type of doctor that specializes in the care of infants who are not stable enough to survive on their own. Being a neonatologist is no easy job, there is a lot of emotion involved with this career, some doctors may become emotionally attached to a certain patient or infant, which makes it difficult for the doctor when that patient or infant dies. Neonatologist also…

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    Premature birth occurs before the 37th week of the pregnancy is complete. Premature births accounts for more than ten percentages in the United States. The rate of low-birth weight for infants born in the United States has reached an all-time high in nearly 30 years. Infant who are born this early is can be small in their size and weight. Low birth weight is defined as births are those weighting less than 2,500 grams (5lb.s, 8oz). According to Georgia Family Connection Partnership, the rates…

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    to newborns and also my responsibilities are to attend deliveries, weigh and measure infants, bathe them and monitor their health. The reason for neonatal nurses is that they generally encompasses care for infants who experience problems shortly after birth, but also provide care for infants who experience long-term problems related to their prematurity or illness afterbirth, few neonatal nurses may care for infants up to about 2 years of age. Working Conditions Neonatal registered nurses work…

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    Saving the life's of premature and ill infants would be extremely rewarding, that is what a Neonatologist does. A neonatologist is a type of doctor that specializes in the care of infants who are not stable enough to survive on their own. Being a neonatologist is no easy job, there is a lot of emotion involved with this career, some doctors may become emotionally attached to a certain patient or infant, which makes it difficult for the doctor when that patient or infant dies. Neonatologist also…

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    Although the current feminist movement has revoked some stigma from public breastfeeding, mothers are still ridiculed for feeding their children. A mother will be walking through the local shopping mall with her infant son; the baby begins to cry and he must be fed. Her only options are to either modestly cover herself as she feeds him on a bench, or go to the public restroom and feed her child in a graffiti-covered stall congested with the scent of feces and stale urine. She opts to feed her…

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