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The "Station" in OB Nursing Assessment: the station is the position of the presenting part (the fetus's head unless the baby is breech or malpresenting in another way). The station is also a component of the Bishop's Score.

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Stages of Fetal Development Week by Week | Introduction to Embryology:

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when I'm at work as an Advanced Neonatal Nurse Practitioner - I love it but also dream of winning the lottery - cruising round Alaska ~PrincessCruises #travel

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Difference Between Adult and Fetal Circulation | Nursing Crib

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NCLEX Exam: Eye, Ear, Nose, Sinus, and Throat Disorders (20 Items)

This nursing exam covers topics about the Eye, Ear, Nose, Sinus, and Throat Disorders. Test your knowledge with this 20-item exam. Get that perfect score in your NCLEX or NLE exams with this questionnaire.

I'm 5 months pregnant right now, and STILL have no fucking idea what any of this means. Baby Mahar is somewhere in between my bladder and my last nerve.

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Anatomy of the Newborn Skull and information on fontanels and suture lines from the Children's Hospital of Wisconsin

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DiGeorge Syndrome/ CHD Tetralogy of Fallot

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A serious pregnancy complication in which the placenta detaches from the womb (uterus. Treatment consists of supportive care Depending on the degree of placental separation and how close the baby is to full-term, treatment may include bed rest or a C-section

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