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    Re: Mom/baby separation after csection

    AGREED. I think the point that I was trying to say was that the nurse, policy, etc isn't trying to do what they're doing to be mean or sabotage bonding. I think that they're trying to keep things as...
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    Of course doc's don't want to do VBACs because of the liability. And who can blame them in this litigious society. If I look at someone wrong then I could get sued. Do I think that there's a HUGE...
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    Re: Mom/baby separation after csection

    I could say what?
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    Re: Mom/baby separation after csection

    And all I was trying to say was that if we step back for a moment and look at policies - many times they aren't put in place JUST for convenience or because it makes someones life easier. Many times...
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    Re: Mom/baby separation after csection

    Yes, they do. As part of the Joint Commision's rules, they have smaller nurse to staff ratios. They also have hospitals set up usually with LDRP rooms...labor, delivery, recovery, and post-partum...
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    Re: Mom/baby separation after csection

    And as a nurse, its not my problem if a mama has issues post c-section with letting her baby be evaluated in the nursery. She's gonna want to do what she wants to do for her baby/BFing relationship,...
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    Re: Mom/baby separation after csection

    I do NOT have a legal right to force a baby out of a mama's arms. But tell me how ***ked up it is that if that mama REFUSES to allow me to bring a baby to the nursery to be check out, that baby...
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    Re: Mom/baby separation after csection

    NOPE. Not if something bad happens to that baby. If mom REFUSES to send baby to the nursery and insists on rooming in (which I'm totally cool with, btw) and baby rolls off of mama's chest and hits...
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    Re: Mom/baby separation after csection

    BINGO was his name-o! My butt is LEGALLY responsible for following and doing the things that the doc orders. I'm not losing my license over not doing that. So go to your doc and ask that it be...
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    Re: Mom/baby separation after csection

    Depending on staffing and logistics, it CAN be a necessity to separate. If there is only 1 nurse for 4 babies, that nurse CAN'T leave the 3 other babies unattended in the nursery to go take vitals...
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    Re: Mom/baby separation after csection

    Exactly!!! Which is why there are times that nurses just can't drop what they're doing, leave the nursery, and have to take vitals every 15mins on a baby for the first hours of life.



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    Re: Mom/baby separation after csection

    Its not just about mom needing to "wake up" physically from anesthesia. Baby's that don't pass vaginally are at a higher risk of breathing complications and aspiration issues because they didn't get...
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