Have you ever wondered who is responsible for being the caregiver for the babies while in the hospital? Neonatal nurses have the responsibility of providing the care for babies when they are first born. Neonatal nursing has many education requirements, an outstanding job outlook, as well as great benefits. Neonatal nurses care for newborns for the first 28 days of the babies’ lives, the children’s most vulnerable stage. Nurses specialized in this field are required to focus not just on healthy infants, but also on ill or premature babies.
Level II nursery is for premature babies or those with an illness. The Level III nursery is usually found in larger hospitals or children's hospitals. Neonatal nurses in the Level III nursery take care of newborns with critical health issues that cannot be taken care of in a level II or Level I nursery. So, as a neonatal nurse you can be working with perfectly healthy newborns and mothers or newborns with more serious illnesses. There are a number of directions to take to advance your career in neonatal nursing.
Our research findings showed that maternal education level in the district is low as 75% of mothers had never attended school. Mothers of primary, JHS/Middle school and SHS background formed 10.5%, 6.0% and 4.0% respectively of our sampled mothers. Tertiary education and informal education formed 1.0% and 3.5% respectively of the population of our study mothers. Malnutrition situation in children (0-48 months) was found to be high as 39.0% for underweight and 57.5% for stunting whilst 11.5% were found to be wasted. Mothers in the district were noticed to have access to nutritional information and health personnel were also acclaimed to be the major source through which this information is distributed.
Neonatal Nurse Neonatal nurse is a nurse that works with newborn babies, Neonatal nurse works for three different levels. First level takes care of healthy newborns after childbirth, Second level they cater to the needs of the ill newborns or those who had a premature birth. Third level they work for the newborns with problems which can not be treated or cured in the earlier two levels. You can choose the level you wished to work in as a neonatal nurse. Neonatal nurses have to deal with cases wherein newborn babies have serious problems like respiratory disorders or low weight at birth.
There are three different level of nurseries. Level I neonatal nurseries handle healthy newborn babies. Level II nurseries are equipped to handle babies that were born premature or infants that suffer from severe illness at birth. Level III nurseries are for infants with serious medical conditions that may require the use
It seems as though the main problem at this time was the scarlet fever, which is known to be very contagious, has no real cure, and is sometimes fatal if not given the proper treatment. Today, it is easily treated with antibiotics and a half-hearted quarantine but, in Martha’s day, it seemed equivalent to that of plague with how many that had died. However, in 1785-1790 there was approximately 15 deaths per 1000 inhabitants and there were four births to every death, so Hallowell was actually quite a healthy place. Of course there was the matter of the storm, which was devastating, supposedly “it broke 130 pains of glass in fort western,”(36). Another important event was that of the sawmill fire, happening only days after the storm.
Sudan has undergone civil war not once but twice with only a ten-year pause since independence in 1956. Alex de Waal stated “When history repeats itself for a third time, it is beyond tragedy” (Alex de Wall, 2007 March 19). It all started of Sudanese Arab government which commonly referred practicing apartheid campaign against non-Arab Sudanese. Rebels fight back and causing the Darfur conflict which taken off hundreds of thousands lives (BBC News, 2010), yet, the dominos has slowly fallen and the effects like succession of south Sudan, refugees in Sudan and children as the victim of crisis have come up after humanitarian crisis in Sudan. All this had come to one end when Sudan People's Liberation Movement (SPLM), a political party from Southern Sudan has signed Comprehensive Peace Agreement (2005) with the government of Sudan in 2005.
Massacres have been reporter to occur in Abidjan and the west of the country where refugees have settles. UNHCR teams are still trying to accommodate as best they can the refugees, though more than 1million citizens have been displaces since March 2011. Life threatening situations have been continual for Haiti, as hurricanes after earthquakes follow. On January 10th, 2010, an earthquake hit Haiti and killed an estimated toll of 200’000-250’000 people(Doc.10). A maximum of 66’620 citizens were still living in camps in 2010.
Lifespan Development 20th March 2010 Essay: Using key research studies, critically evaluate theories of attachment. Throughout the following essay i will be explaining different theories of attachment; I will be critically evaluating key research studies, including the work of John Bowlby, Schaffer and Emerson and Mary Ainsworth. Attachment describes a strong, emotional bond that endures overtime between an infant and their caregiver. Many researchers believe that attachment develops through a series of stages. Rudolfe Schaffer and Peggy Emerson (1964) studied sixty babies at monthly intervals for the first eighteen months of life; and a regular pattern was identified in the development of attachment (Hardy, S. 1995).
Prior to the outbreak, the town contained 10,600 people. The death toll of the epidemic is indicative of the importance of discovering a viable means of prevention of the smallpox outbreak in colonial American towns. (3) Smallpox is a very old and contagious disease due to a virus. Evidence shows its presence going back centuries throughout the world causing illness and death wherever it occurred. It mainly affected children and young adults.