What do you we need to get when we go to the hospital for delivering a baby?
You do not go to the hospital. When the the end of the pregnancy comes (a few days) your sim will stop what she is doing and the baby will drop from the sky.
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Obstetrician- a physician that specializes in the treatment of women, especially pre-natal care, childbirth and post delivery recuperation.. Midwife - a person skilled in the delivery of babies
That guy doesn't know what he's talking about, 'cause I had a 103.6 temperature last night and I could still walk around... I just felt like crap. But yeah, you should probably go to the hospital if it stays there or gets higher.
If you are not trained and the baby is coming so quickly there is no time to get help you will not need to deliver it, it will deliver itself.. Just keep the mother calm and in control and when you can see the head ask her to puff it out, make sure the cord is not round the neck then when all the b…aby is born make sure it is breathiing and give it to the mother to hold on her chest to keep warm and keep them both warm until help arrives.. (MORE)
Answer . Bring comfortable loose fitting clothes to wear home, footie socks for when in labor, rubber soled slippers and a robe. If aroma therapy is an option some lotion that smells really good. For the baby an outfit and a blanket and a car seat. I found my own pillow helped also.
Babies can be delivered at home or in the hospital if it's a complicated birth, such as a casearean. Babies are normally delivered through the vagina after a woman goes into labour, and once she is 10cm dilated, she helps the baby through by pushing really hard.
Is the hospital or doctor responsible if they do not detect the infection and you deliver a baby and then you become so ill from Pelvic Inflammatory disease that you are on life support.?
\nI would say that the hospital is every little bit responsible for not seeing the infection. But don't go out and sue them, because if they screened you, the machinery might have malfunctioned. But I say you should check that and NEVER go to that hospital for surgery or something again.
At least go see your OB/GYN - if you call them they may recommend going to the hospital.
Yes, a horse who is delivering a foal needs supervision, and usually a helping hand or two, for things such as the afterbirth (placenta), assisting the foal in his first breaths, and in case anything major happens (shock, breech, etc)- This is when it is a good idea to call your vet. However, the pr…ocess is very natural, and the mother generally takes care of them both. DO NOT attempt to breed horses or care for a pregnant mare without proper knowledge, help, and a good vet on call. It is dangerous to mom, baby, and yourself. (MORE)
No, a Pediatrician is a Doctor that treats illnesses in Children. An Obstetrician is a Doctor that delivers babies.
I started to get contractions at about 130am. and at 330am i went to the hospital cause they were 5 min apart. around 930am i was 3 and 1/2 cm and they gave me an epidural. i took a nap until 2pm. When i woke up i was 6 cm. they checked me again at 3pm and i was 9 and 1/2 cm. my daughter was born at… 3:49pm. Typically your first child will take anywhere from 10-20 hours. its not uncommon for it to take longer. but rare for it to be shorter. hope this helps. BTW. everyone is different. (MORE)
Yes. You do because they are very deadly. Even though they are rare to bite you.
you can choose either normal or ceasarian delivery.. you can choose either normal or ceasarian delivery.
You need a BSN to help deliver babies. An RN with an Associates Degree won't let you, but a Bachelors degree (BSN) will.
Just like a human birth she pushes them out-and then unlike a human birth she eats the sacs they were in and cleans them up-since kittens come in litters they come out one at a time to give mommy time to clean them up. If the cat is an inexperienced mother...say like a feral cat who you took in a…nd the mother is stressed do NOT leave her alone...Because after they were all born when we left for two minutes to get towels for her because hers were getting too soaked with the blood and she was sitting in a 2 foot long open box with an opening she sat on her kittens and killed them. So just check on your cat as often as possible to help her through her delivery it best that way. (MORE)
If your temperature was 39 degrees Celsius, you'd definitely berunning a fever. Depending on your other symptoms and age, youcould lower your temp at home or take a ride to the ER for somehelp.
well at least a week ahead of the due date since you need time to induce labor for the woman
You really don't. It can be to sterilize things but honestly, it's just to give panicky bystanders something to do. They feel like they are doing something useful and are therefore not in the way. Notice the task is always given to the nervous person (father, most likely).
There are two types of professionals charged with that task. OB/GYNs who are doctors, and Midwifes who may or may not be doctors. There are then a variety of other people who - because of the absence of a doctor or midwife - deliver babies. In the final extremity, if she is all alone, the woman de…livers herself, though this is to be avoided at all costs. An obstetrician is a physician that specializes in caring for pregnant women up to and through childbirth. A midwife is a nurse especially trained for childbirth and postnatal care. (MORE)
After birthing the baby, you will then birth the placenta. This is the 3rd stage of labor and is also referred to as the afterbirth. The afterbirth can take a few minutes up to a half an hour.
Medical crisis and pandemic outbreaks are always on the verge of spreading . When the world was hit back in 2003 by SARS , 800 lives were lost . It is with no doubt we need hospitals and not just buildings with facilities but experienced doctors and nurses which can handle modern machines . Here ar…e some reasons why we need hospitals : 1. To cure / treat patients regardless of inpatients or outpatients 2. To ensure that people are free / safe from pandemic attacks by distributing vaccines 3. If people in a country were ill , the yield and economic growth of the country will suffer the consequences . 4. Hospitals can conduct research to improve human health eg , finding a cure for cancer 5. Hospitals are training grounds for professionals such as doctors , nurses , pharmacists -Practice makes perfect 6. Medical Universities have their own hospitals , to allow their students to relate what they learn . 7. A country can sustain on its own without depending on other countries for medical supplies in the form of doctors in various fields because they dont need skills from other countries - home born , trained professionals (MORE)
Yes you do. Your sims will let you know when they are about to give birth, but they will immediately go to the hospital.
On Sims 3 the mother is pregnant for 3 days and you have the choice of home birth or hospital birth, when she is about to give birth, if you click on her it has the option of 'go to hospital' if you click that, you will have a taxi or your own car to take you and your partner will also come with you…. you can also chose another family member to go with them if you select them as your active Sim then click on pregnant Sim and click on 'take to hospital' yellowdolphin (MORE)
Hospitals have lots of things, but most importantly, they have doctors, nurses, beds, and operating theaters.
You're screwed. Better have some medicare or something.. Welcome to the world of 'not haves'
The best way to deliver a baby at home is to make arrangements with a trained midwife. It's extremely important to have a knowledgeable person in attendance. There are different kinds of midwife; a nurse-midwife and a midwife. A nurse-midwife is a trained nurse with the additional training to speci…alize in midwifery and delivering babies; midwives who are not nurses have varying degrees of training, depending on the requirements where you live (or plan to have the baby). It is as important to find an appropriate midwife as early in your pregnancy as possible as it is to visit a doctor from early in your pregnancy. In addition to a doctor's advice, a midwife needs to evaluate if you are a good candidate for home delivery or if there are reasons that she would only deliver in a hospital setting. To help you get started, visit the link below for information on midwives and their services and responsibilities and how to find a midwife. (MORE)
When mother had her new born baby the hospital would not let the baby go home because of mental health issues will she get her baby back?
I am sorry to anyone who is experiencing this, but i am sure the baby will be sent home as soon as it- or mommy- (who ever is having problems) is treated and seems stable enough to be at home. I know alot of moms go through post pardum depression, which can be quite serious.. and the babys still sta…y with mommy. As long as home is going to be a safe place, the baby will be relased. Hospitals do NOT want to look after your screaming newborn any longer than they have to, haha. (MORE)
caessarian way but vampire way.. Edward cut the belly so the baby won't kill Bella Edward is trying to keep Bella alive while delivering the baby who can only be delivered by biting the placenta so the baby won't bite her mother's just to get out of the womb.
There are three options to become a registered nurse as follows. diploma program (typically three years, not recommended for individuals who do not have an already existing degree) associate degree (two years as a full-time student once the student starts the professional phase of the program) …bachelor's degree (BSN) (four years as a full-time student) For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click on the related links section (U.S. Department of Labor) indicated at the bottom of this answer box. (MORE)
My guinea pig has just gave birth she herself is only 18weeks and has gave birth through the night on her own and she and baby are fine.
Syrian Hamsters can deliver 1-30 babies, but usually it's 6-10. On their second or third litter, a hamster may have less babies than in its first.
There are several ways, but as an imperative you may say: "Byouin ni ikanai to (ikenai)."
When you choose to give birth in a hospital, you would usually give birth in a birth suite. The birth suit is generally centered around a bed, but would also contain equipment for helping in the delivery of your baby such as birthing ball or birthing stool. It may also home medical equipment used fo…r delivery of babies. If you where to have a c/section you would deliver your baby in an operating theatre. (MORE)
Most astronauts have to go to the hospital anyways for a check up before they leave for space. Some astronauts get hurt or injured n space and may need to get tothe hospital when they return. When astronauts get back they have an examination too. Astronauts are highly trained, but they are still hum…an and can get sick or injured like anyone else. (MORE)
Let's see, a woman who is in labor pushes the baby out, usually with the excited dad coaching her on. Once the baby is out of the womb unless there is a very short cord the midwife or doctor lifts the baby up for mom to place against her breast and a Nurse will start drying the baby off with a warm …towel - often this is done as much to stimulate the baby into taking a great big surprised breath as it is to dry the babe off. At one minute after birth and at five minutes - a new born gets their first formal examination called the Apgar - 5 observations worth up to 2 points each regarding the baby's first minutes of life. Respiratory effort, heart rate, muscle tone, skin color and reflex irritability (the response of the baby to a stimulus like suctioning). After the umbilical cord stops pulsing it is cut and clamped. The new mom may be given a shot of oxytocin to make the uterus clamp down to prevent hemorrhage. The doctor then checks the woman for cuts or tears and stitches her vagina or perineum if she needs it. The baby may start nursing right away or may wait till later. The woman usually delivers the placenta within 30 minutes or so and the doctor will check to see that it is intact. After mom and dad are done counting fingers and toes, the baby is weighed, measured and given a quick once over, the temperature, heart and lungs are checked, baby is given a shot of vitamin K (to prevent bleeding) and antibiotic ointment is placed on the babies eyes to prevent infection. If the baby is warm enough this may be the perfect time for their first bath. Mom is being helped to a nice fresh bed, fresh gown and spruced up for family members who are anxiously waiting to meet the newest member. There are dozens of variations on this, and this is a best case scenario when the baby and mom are both in good condition. But more or less this is what happens. (MORE)
. Your water may or may not break until you are fully dialated that's something you see in the movies. If your water breaks then yes, call your doctor. Don't call your doctor every day, you will see them once a week. Your body will know when it's time to go, but to not get sent back home you should …be experiencing contractions that are very intense, that are about 4-5 minutes apart that are lasting 45 seconds to a minute apart for at least 30 minutes consistently. You are going to go into a triage area when you get to the hospital where they are going to put you on monitors to make sure that you are having that pattern I said above, and if you are not, they will send you home. So to avoid that runaround. Be patient, the baby will come. . (MORE)
When going camping with a baby the most important thing is to be prepared. Ensure you bring along the following items and your outdoor adventure will go a lot smoother. . Compact Cot/Crib . Diapers/Nappies . Baby Wipes . Diaper Rash Cream/Moisturizer . Sunscreen for Babies At least SPF 15…; "broad-spectrum" sunscreen that protects against UVA and UVB rays . Hats . Baby/Toddler Food . Drinks e.g., Juices . Any special items they might love (Teddy or Blanket) . Comfortable and/or Warm Clothing Pack extra in case it gets dirty or wet . Blankets . Baby Utensils (Bottles, Cups, Spoons, Plates) . Infant Carrier . Medical Kit (MORE)
I would not think that it is common practice for a hospital to check warrants on its patients. Legally speaking it is illegal for a hospital to have access to NCIC (the national warrant database) as this is only accessible by law enforcement agencies. Generally hospitals are not concerned with the c…riminal activities of its patients. Unless you show up with a gunshot or a stab wound they generally won't even bother calling the police. The hospitals primary concern is providing health care for you and your child. Added; Above is perfectly correct, except I would add - if you are a minor unaccompanied by a parent/guardian it is likely that the the hospital will probably contact law enforcement or the youth authorities regarding you. (MORE)
Normally bee sting not lethal still you need to seek expert opinion to remove the sting embedded into your skin
It's always good to have others around - in case there are complications (breech birth, cord round baby's neck, baby not responding to stimulation etc)
You have the baby. Hospitals do not routinely notify the police or do background checks on admissions. The only problem would be if you give someone a reason to become suspicious and notify the police. Added: AND . . one of the suspicious circumstances would be if you showed up at the hospita…l to deliver a baby and you are an underage minor. Without a parent or legal guardian to sign the admittance paperwork, there may be problems admitting your or treating you due to legal barriers against treating minors. More added: The law varies by state but nearly all states consider pregnant teens to be emancipated and are allowed to treat them without parental notification or consent (i.e. they can go by themselves). So being an underage mom is usually not the problem and in most states would not prompt a call to the police. It probably would result in a social work referral to see what kind of help can be offered. The police would only be called if someone was given a reason to suspect there was a warrant out for arrest. The important thing is to get the baby delivered with both mother and child healthy and safe so the hospital is clearly the place to be. (MORE)
That actually depends. Does the gerbil look sick? Has it been acting strange lately? Does your child have an allergen to rodents? Is your child allergic to anything that might be in the food? If you answered yes, then I would suggest taking her/him to the doctor, just to be safe. If the gerbil looks… fine, then no. I myself have been bitten by a gerbil, and I'm completely fine. I wouldn't worry about it, just put some disinfectant ointment on it, and I'm sure He/she will be okay. You can put a band-aid on it if you want, kids love band-aids. The gerbil might have just been scared or upset. Don't worry. (MORE)
You start by figuring out how you are going to care for this child for the next 18 years. You are going to remember all the smart alec things you have said and done to your parents and hope you are strong enough to deal with it when that sweet little child turns into you. Your a mom now. Forever and… ever. (MORE)
An optician works with the eyes. An obstetrician would be the doctor who would deliver a baby.
Yes, of course. The burst of a blood vessel could be the cause of a increased pressure (perhaps Glaucoma) or it could indicate a blocked blood vessel. You should seek immediate medical attention to prevent internal bleeding, and any further damage to the eye 2nd Comment: The above is true, bu…t let me add what my eye doctor told me . . . "If the blood is in the white part, then you can apply light pressure with a soft cloth for several minutes. Typically, a sizable wedge of eyeball is red, but it is very thin. And scary-looking. Do not bend over for 4 or 5 days, as this puts pressure into the head's blood vessels, including the eye. "BUT, if there is pain involved, see an eye doctor. If you keep having these, see an eye doctor. If the blood does not slowly go away in a week to 10 days, see an eye doctor." If the blood is NOT in the white part of your eyeball, see an eye doctor, quickly. (MORE)
YES he can help u if in emergency and female medical rep is not available your are safe with him . Need not shy from doctors In most countries they make no difference in male or female doctors as long as they are qualified. In many countries it's also not the doctor delivering the baby unless s…omething goes wrong, it's the midwife. If the doctor or midwife is a man there is nothing to worry about. They have done this many times and became Gynecologist's, Obstetricians and midwifes because they want to help women. They see nothing sexual in what they are doing. (MORE)
Depends on what you mean by early but before hospitals it was done at home just as it is in many parts of the world still today. The family helped.
Pretty much the same way a human gives birth to their baby except the tail (or fluke) of the dolphin comes out first instead of the head. That way the calf does not have to wait for the rest of its body to come out to breath air.
Perfect age is 27 years old. At that age your body is fully mature and you are old enough to raise a child. Parenting is a tough job and it takes the ability to be able to raise a child and the experience to know what to do.
Yes, there is pain involved when you deliver a baby. Some peoplemay experience more or less pain than others.
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