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nrsgaby

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About nrsgaby

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  • First name
    Gabriela
  • Last name
    Medina
  • Gender
    Female
  • Occupation
    Registres Nurse
  • Affiliation
    Graduated California State University in San Bernardino bachelors degree in nursing with honors
    UC San Diego certificate as Lactation Educator
    NCC Certified NICU Critical Care Nurse
    PICC line certified
    STABLE and NRP certified
    Charge nurse and high risk delivery training
    critical care transport team member
    Emergent UVC Line placement training
  • Location
    Riverside California USA
  1. In our unit we start epogen once an infant is on full enteral feedings and a multivitamin as it works optimally when the baby has an iron source.
  2. I am currently reading a very interesting article on impact of delayed cord clamping at >30 seconds to 180 seconds vs clamping at <30 seconds of life and at 34 weeks gestation an approximate 40% of the baby's blood volume is held in the placenta. With fast cord clamping and elevation of infant at 60 cm above level of the introitus the baby would have easily lost that blood volume upon clamping if not a little more via venous gravitational flow.
  3. nrsgaby , welcome to 99nicu :)

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