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    DEAKIN OFFER FOR DIANNE!!! #Offer #Nursing #Deakin #TeamAA #Dianne

Congratulations, Dianne Christine Bacareza for obtaining an offer from Deakin University for Bachelor of Nursing for 2020 intake.

Your Team AA is so proud of you!
See you soon in Australia!
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For studying and living in Australia,

Visit us at:
5/F Unit 12 Metro Lifestyle Complex Building corner F. Torres & E. Jacinto Extension Street, Davao City

Or email us at:
joie@aideaustralasia.com | janine@aideaustralasia.com

    DEAKIN OFFER FOR DIANNE!!! #Offer #Nursing #Deakin #TeamAA #Dianne

    Congratulations, Dianne Christine Bacareza for obtaining an offer from Deakin University for Bachelor of Nursing for 2020 intake.

    Your Team AA is so proud of you!
    See you soon in Australia!
    .
    .
    .
    For studying and living in Australia,

    Visit us at:
    5/F Unit 12 Metro Lifestyle Complex Building corner F. Torres & E. Jacinto Extension Street, Davao City

    Or email us at:
    joie@aideaustralasia.com | janine@aideaustralasia.com

    0 0 31 seconds ago

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    I always knew I would breastfeed my child, there wasn’t ever a time I contemplated not doing so. And when I found out I was pregnant I read so many books on breastfeeding, I think it was 7 if I remember correctly. I thought I was SO prepared, I envisioned our first time breastfeeding and how naturally it would come to me, and how empowering it would feel. I was wrong.😅 Instead it broke every shred of confidence I had within myself, my heart shattered the loss of the special experience I thought our first time nursing would be. He couldn’t latch, he inhaled so much amniotic fluid he wouldn’t even open his mouth to feed because his belly felt full, it was after they suctioned him (about 20 hours after birth) that I finally got him to latch onto a nipple shield but he was feeding with an SNS full of donor milk, not my milk that I envisioned would fill his belly first. I was so worried he wasn’t ever going to nurse that I ASKED for formula to take home with me, and that broke me inside too. There’s nothing wrong with formula, but I never wanted it. Luckily I never had to use it, but I asked for it because I just didn’t know what was going to happen when I went home. One thing those books failed to prepare me for was the challenges that could come with breastfeeding, no one ever talks about that. I didn’t know about tongue/lip ties, high arched paletes, recessed chins, torticollis, nursing strikes, inverted/flat nipples and how they affect breastfeeding too. I found that all out myself. I didn’t know babies could inhale so much amniotic fluid during birth and that that could affect the first feed. I knew nothing other than breastfeeding was free food for baby, success stories and the benefits of breastfeeding. But sometimes, breastfeeding ISN’T free, sometimes it doesn’t come naturally. Between his revisions for his ties, physical therapy, cranial sacral therapy, IBCLC help, and chiropractor appointments we spent over 3k In order to get us to where we are now in our breastfeeding journey. And to me, it was worth every penny. Our journey may have not started out well, but now every time he nurses is a special and sacred moment that I will cherish forever.

    I always knew I would breastfeed my child, there wasn’t ever a time I contemplated not doing so. And when I found out I was pregnant I read so many books on breastfeeding, I think it was 7 if I remember correctly. I thought I was SO prepared, I envisioned our first time breastfeeding and how naturally it would come to me, and how empowering it would feel. I was wrong.😅 Instead it broke every shred of confidence I had within myself, my heart shattered the loss of the special experience I thought our first time nursing would be. He couldn’t latch, he inhaled so much amniotic fluid he wouldn’t even open his mouth to feed because his belly felt full, it was after they suctioned him (about 20 hours after birth) that I finally got him to latch onto a nipple shield but he was feeding with an SNS full of donor milk, not my milk that I envisioned would fill his belly first. I was so worried he wasn’t ever going to nurse that I ASKED for formula to take home with me, and that broke me inside too. There’s nothing wrong with formula, but I never wanted it. Luckily I never had to use it, but I asked for it because I just didn’t know what was going to happen when I went home. One thing those books failed to prepare me for was the challenges that could come with breastfeeding, no one ever talks about that. I didn’t know about tongue/lip ties, high arched paletes, recessed chins, torticollis, nursing strikes, inverted/flat nipples and how they affect breastfeeding too. I found that all out myself. I didn’t know babies could inhale so much amniotic fluid during birth and that that could affect the first feed. I knew nothing other than breastfeeding was free food for baby, success stories and the benefits of breastfeeding. But sometimes, breastfeeding ISN’T free, sometimes it doesn’t come naturally. Between his revisions for his ties, physical therapy, cranial sacral therapy, IBCLC help, and chiropractor appointments we spent over 3k In order to get us to where we are now in our breastfeeding journey. And to me, it was worth every penny. Our journey may have not started out well, but now every time he nurses is a special and sacred moment that I will cherish forever.

    0 2 1 minute ago
    | ERITROBLASTOSE FETAL | 
Eritroblastose fetal é uma doença hemolítica que se manifesta quando há incompatibilidade sanguínea do sistema Rh entre a mãe e o RN, ou seja, quando a mãe é Rh- e o recém-nascido Rh+. Essa condição quando ocorre a mulher produz anticorpos anti-Rh para tentar “destruir” o agente Rh do feto, considerando um “intruso”. Esses anticorpos uma vez produzidos, permanecem na circulação da mãe, e caso ela tenha um segundo filho Rh+, os anticorpos produzidos previamente podem hemolisar esse segundo RN.

Se essa incompatibilidade for em uma primeira gestação, esse bebê não possui risco imediato de desenvolver a DHRN, porque a mãe ainda não foi sensibilizada pelos anticorpos anti-Rh.

Caso a mulher tenha um histórico de aborto é possível que, se o feto fosse Rh+, ela tenha sido sensibilizada e consequentemente levar um risco de desenvolvimento da DHRN para a gestação seguinte. Gestante Rh- para saber se já foi sensibilizada pode ser solicitado o coombs indireto e o resultado pode ser negativo (ela não é sensibilizada) ou positivo (ela foi sensibilizada).
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#enfermagem #nursing #nurse #study #studygram #estudos #resumo #resumos #mapamental #mapasmentais #foco 
#dicas #resumindoenfermagem #resumosoficial #studies #studying #studymotivation #foconosestudos #resumododia

    | ERITROBLASTOSE FETAL |
    Eritroblastose fetal é uma doença hemolítica que se manifesta quando há incompatibilidade sanguínea do sistema Rh entre a mãe e o RN, ou seja, quando a mãe é Rh- e o recém-nascido Rh+. Essa condição quando ocorre a mulher produz anticorpos anti-Rh para tentar “destruir” o agente Rh do feto, considerando um “intruso”. Esses anticorpos uma vez produzidos, permanecem na circulação da mãe, e caso ela tenha um segundo filho Rh+, os anticorpos produzidos previamente podem hemolisar esse segundo RN.

    Se essa incompatibilidade for em uma primeira gestação, esse bebê não possui risco imediato de desenvolver a DHRN, porque a mãe ainda não foi sensibilizada pelos anticorpos anti-Rh.

    Caso a mulher tenha um histórico de aborto é possível que, se o feto fosse Rh+, ela tenha sido sensibilizada e consequentemente levar um risco de desenvolvimento da DHRN para a gestação seguinte. Gestante Rh- para saber se já foi sensibilizada pode ser solicitado o coombs indireto e o resultado pode ser negativo (ela não é sensibilizada) ou positivo (ela foi sensibilizada).
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    #enfermagem #nursing #nurse #study #studygram #estudos #resumo #resumos #mapamental #mapasmentais #foco
    #dicas #resumindoenfermagem #resumosoficial #studies #studying #studymotivation #foconosestudos #resumododia

    4 0 7 minutes ago

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    We got this 💙

    We got this 💙

    8 1 18 minutes ago
    Sempre achei que escolhi o curso errado de faculdade, sinceramente continuo achando! Mas na saúde ocupacional eu me sinto mais a vontade, saindo do ambiente fechado, calçando um  coturno e não usando branco.
E dei a sorte em trabalhar no ramo Agro, e usar um pouco do que lembro do curso de Tec. em Agropecuária do antigo CEFET - São Vicente (Bons tempos).
Enfim... Aprender mais, agradecer mais e reclamar menos! 😁
#grupobomjesus #SafraAlgodão #Agro #nursing ⛑️

    Sempre achei que escolhi o curso errado de faculdade, sinceramente continuo achando! Mas na saúde ocupacional eu me sinto mais a vontade, saindo do ambiente fechado, calçando um coturno e não usando branco.
    E dei a sorte em trabalhar no ramo Agro, e usar um pouco do que lembro do curso de Tec. em Agropecuária do antigo CEFET - São Vicente (Bons tempos).
    Enfim... Aprender mais, agradecer mais e reclamar menos! 😁
    #grupobomjesus #SafraAlgodão #Agro #nursing ⛑️

    25 1 28 minutes ago

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