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Height of fundus at comparable gestational dates: An assessment skill that's essential for all OB nurses and midwifes. The height of the fundus at comparable gestational dates varies greatly from patient to patient. Those shown are most common. Convenient rule of thumb is that at five months gestation, the fundus is usually at or slightly above umbilicus. Image source: Hytten F, Chamberlain G: Clinical Physiology in Obstetrics. Boston, Blackwell Scientific Publications, 1980.

Height of fundus at comparable gestational dates: Image source: Hytten F, Chamberlain G: Clinical Physiology in Obstetrics.

Trimester/month/week chart - It is completely NORMAL to give birth anywhere from 37-42 weeks. My midwife has even had two 43+ week pregnancies. My body also 'cooks longer' Just know EVERY WOMAN and EVERY PREGNANCY is different. 41.6 weeks is actually the mathematical average. :)

I'M ALMOST 7 MONTHS! The Pregnancy Survival Guide for First-Time Dads - Primer. This site does a great job of discussing it from a man's pov while staying classy and sophisticated. The article is totally worth reading.

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"Just Keep Pinning," says Dory from Finding Nemo! Too cute! Dory has got to be my favorite Disney character EVER! next to Ariel of course.

Perfect for any Labor and Delivery RN with a sense of humor and loves their job!

Discover You See A Peace, I See. T-Shirt from {unique tees}, a custom product made just for you by Teespring. - Perfect for any Labor and Delivery RN with a.

Important Exam

Funny pictures about Important Exam. Oh, and cool pics about Important Exam. Also, Important Exam photos.

This is a question I have been asked many times. Exactly how do you check how…

This is a question I have been asked many times. Exactly how do you check how dilated someone is? I’m sure some people imagine we pop a ruler up there somehow. It’s all a matter of clev…

Illustrated APGAR (appearance, pulse, grimace, activity, respiration) Test Scoring chart. The chart visually demonstrates how well a baby tolerated the birthing process by providing five categories (the rows in the chart) by which one must rate the newborn on a scale of 0 to 2 (the columns of the chart), where 0 is the lowest (undesirable) and 2 is the highest (desirable). Row 1: Appearance: Score 0 is 'Blue all over,' showing a simple illustration of the figure of a baby, all blue; Score 1…

The chart visually demonstrates how well a baby tolerated the birthing process by providing five categories (the rows in the chart) by which one must rate the newborn on a scale of 0 to 2 (the columns of the chart), where 0 is the lowest (undesirable)