Muttermilch ist mit das wertvollste, dass wir unseren Kinder geben können. Für alle die Stillen können, ist sie ein Segen.
Damit kein Tropfen verloren geht, haben wir unsere international sehr erfolgreich und oft ausgezeichnete Silikonmilchpumpe entwickelt.
Heute gibt es hinter dem 5. Adventskalendertürchen ein Set aus Pumpe und Blumenstopper zu gewinnen. Schaut doch mal vorbei.
Apropos vorbeischauen. Das tolle Foto ist, dass wir benutzen dürfen ist von 📷@annemarielea_geburtsfotografin, die wirklich wunderschöne Schwangerschafts-, Geburts- und Wochenbettfotos macht 😍 (unbeauftragte Werbung und Begeisterung).
The preserved bodies of the crew from the Franklin Expedition.
These men took part in what's now known as "Franklin's lost expedition". This was the expedition to explore the last unnavigated section of the Northwest Passage, the sea route to the Pacific Ocean through the Arctic Ocean, along the northern coast of North America via waterways through the Canadian Arctic Archipelago.
The two ships used in the expedition departed England in May 1845, with around 130 men on board, and were last seen by Europeans in late July 1845. The expedition was gone, and never to be seen again.
During the next 150 years, other expeditions, explorers, scientists and stories from native people, would piece together all the information to get a clear view of what really happened. The expedition wintered on Beechey Island in 1845-46, where three crew members died and were buried. Yes, those three are the people in the pictures, mummified and preserved by the cold.
The expedition continued and the ships became trapped in ice off King William Island in September 1846. Hundreds of miles from the nearest outpost of Western civilization.
The crew had wintered off King William Island in 1846–47 and 1847–48, this caused casualties due to disease and starvation. The remaining crew decided to travel by foot, it appears likely that the survivors sought civilization on the mainland yet ultimately suffered and died along the way.
The bodies in the pictures were examined in 1984, and despite the full postmortem examination, medical experts have not identified an official cause of death to the three mummies, though they do speculate that pneumonia, starvation, exposure, or lead poisoning contributed to their death. They were re-buried on the same place, forever frozen in time.
Cerebral Palsy (CP) is the most common motor disability in childhood, and it’s a congenital disorder of movement, muscle tone and/or posture. Globally, over 17 million people have CP, and symptoms vary from person to person.
CP is divided into four major types:
- Spastic (hypertonic): The most common type of CP and it limits movement due to muscles stiffness. Normally, its causes by damage to the motor cortex area of the brain, and this type is further categorized as:
* Diplegic: affecting primarily the legs..
. * Quadriplegic: affecting all four extremities and the entire body.
. * Hemiplegic: affecting one side of the body.
. - Dyskinetic: Is caused by damage to the basal ganglia of the brain and causes uncontrollable muscle movements. Also, it’s associated with Kernicterus (Severe Jaundice) and HIE (Hypoxia Ischemic Encephalopathy).
-Ataxic: Is caused by damage to the cerebellum of the brain causing problems with balance and coordination (unsteady walking).
. - Mixed: a combination of the different type of CP.
I didn’t start producing milk until about 6-7 days after I gave birth. It was stressful, all I wanted to do was calm my baby by giving her my milk. I felt guilty supplementing her with the Similac from the hospital, and kept thinking something was wrong. What if my milk doesn’t come in? What if my body doesn’t produce? I tried power pumping, every hour. I tried switching breast pumps. I called my doctor, but he told me I just had to wait. I did some research online and decided to start making myself breakfasts filled with lactogenic ingredients. The key ingredients are Oats, Apricots and Almonds. For flavor I added some bananas (also helps to maintain fluid and electrolyte balance, which helps with milk supply), honey and cinnamon. I called it my Lactation Bowl. A few days after starting this, my milk started coming in. I’m not sure if it was a direct result, but I really do think it helped! I continued eating this for a couple of weeks after my breastmilk came in. Not only did I feel it helped maintain my supply, it kept me energized and full throughout the morning. Breastfeeding makes you HUNGRY! Don’t restrict yourself and remember that baby gets all of their nutrients from you 🍊 🍌🥜🥣 #cereal#lactation#breakfast#nursing#momma#newborn#breastfeeding#healthy#strong
0 1430 minutes ago
Always learning. .
This week Lisa a Dr from ED came to tell us more about respect and we discussed how are team are going to assist the roll out in January. .
This is great news for our patients as means escalation plans are much clearer. .
🌼 Co mnie motywuje na studiach?! 🌼
POst dla osób, które w 1000% nie SĄ pewne czy PIELĘGNIARSTWO jest dla ''wstaw swoje imię''?? 👀 Ze mną było tak samo, ale już Was uspokajam 👩⚕️🌼. Studiując/pracując w takim zawodzie mamy ogromne szczęście, ponieważ WPŁYWAMY na ludzkie życie, które jest cudem. Dokonując decyzji (''tej naważniejszej'') po liceum (biol-chem) nie miałam 100% pewności czy odnajde się na tym kierunku. Rozpatrując wszystkie zainteresowania i umiejętności wiedziałam, że praca z ludźmi to coś w czym mogę się spełnić. Bałam się odpowiedzialności i tego czy to charakterystyczne środowisko przyjemnie mnie z otwartymi rękoma? Inspiracją były dla mnie 2 bardzo mądre i doświadczone w tej pracy kobiety. Zachęcały, ale zdradziły również wady zawodu. Mimo tego podjęłam ryzyko. Wam też gorąco polecam i kibicuje tym, którzy są w tym ze mną. 🔥💪✊. Kiedy poznałam otoczenie, przyswoiłam trochę wiedzy, część z moich obaw zniknęła. Wiadomo, że wszystko ciągle się zmienia, więc nigdy człowiek nie wie co go czeka. Teraz pozostaje mi podtrzymywać zapał. 💉Kiedy ciężko pracuję w moim otoczeniu lubię mieć ładne rzeczy (mój kochany stetoskop, więcej o nim dowiecie się z czasem) 💉Kalendarz i planer ułatwiają mi trzeźwo myśleć 💭 xd
💉Ale relaks w weekend nikomu nie zaszkodzi (jest na to czas)🥂
💉Rodzina nie do końca mnie wspiera, ale wiem, że przekonam ich o słuszności moich wyborów. ❤️Mam za to miłość swojego życia❤️
💉Dobrze i systematycznie wykonane notatki to twój MUST HAVE chyba na każdych studiach dzięki którym poczujesz się spokojniej
💉Dobre towarzystwo na studiach (jest w kim wybierać 260 osób na roku, są i 👨⚕️)
💉Dobre oceny, to lubię, dlatego żegnam się, czas na naukę...
Zdrówka koniki 🐎 #hospital#konskiezdrowie#nurses#studentslife#studygram#likeforlikes#nauka#studia#motivation#studymotivation#notes#strzykawka#nursing#healthylifestyle#photooftheday#siostrabozena#siostrobasen#like4likes#pielęgniarstwo#matura2019#medicine#anatomy#stetoskop#zlotystetoskop#gadżetymedyczne#osluchiwanie#notatki#biologia#nursegram#umedlodz
Yesterday was not a good productive day—I was struggling to focus. I got though half of the chapter and then I began to feel that I was reading just to read rather than to understand and retain. I debated pushing through the chapter but i knew that if I wasn’t focused on what I was then that would do me no good. So, instead I put away my book and called it a day since it was already getting late. Today’s goal is to have better focus and productivity so I can finish yesterday’s chapter and continue with today’s assignments!
What are you doing today? If you’re currently taking finals, how are they going?
1 1039 minutes ago
This could be my baby 🥰 I mean c’mon
This little blue-eyed-blonde-haired-ANGEL-baby and her amazing mama came in for some PT and and little pain relief
Just another day at the office helping this mama feel better, improve posture with nursing and holding her 2 babes, increase strength and continue to regain optimal movement patterns. Holding babies and doing all the things it takes to keep a family running is HARD. PT can help with the physical side of things. Strength is just one part of the puzzle. We can help sort it out and get you feeling better
I have this ergo hanging on my door and my ovaries and I will HAPPILY snuggle a baby during a session. Raising babies isn’t a barrier to care in this clinic. I welcome them and care zero percent if they scream the whole time. I’ve got 2 boys. Ain’t my first rodeo
I’ve known this little love bug since she was growing in her mama’s belly, and having my patients come back to therapy after their babies are born gives me all the feels. This is a family affair and my clinic is not only mine, it belongs to my patients and their littles. So bring them! Can’t wait to see them and snuggle them
15 7640 minutes ago
باتوجه به ویژگی ایدهآل گرایی که دارم، دلم میخواد همیشه همون اولِ راه یه هدف مشخص کنم و صاف برم برسم به همون چیزی که اول گفته بودم.
ولی خیلی وقتا، به مرور با قدم گذاشتن توی اون مسیر چیزای جدیدی میفهمم که باعث میشن مسیر زندگیم و حتی گاهی اهدافم تغییر کنه. (که البته اکثرا در جهت بهتر شدن تغییر کردن) ولی خیلی وقتا انقدر همهی باورهای ذهنیمون تغییر میکنن که یهویی وقتی برمیگردی و به پشت سرت نگاه میکنی، حس میکنی دیگه خیلی اون آدم سابق نیستی و خودتو نمیشناسی.
این روزا دیگه تردید دارم که حتی با گرفتن مدرک دکترا هم میشه اون سمانه ی دلخواهم بشم یا نه! حتی اگر شرایط محیط کارم طبق چیزی که میخوام بشه، محیط جامعه به من اجازه زندگی دلخواهمو میده؟ سمانه ی دلخواهم فقط میتونه خارج از ایران شکل بگیره؟
دوست دارم اول همه ی تلاشمو بکنم که همین مسیری که شروعش کردم رو به بهترین شکل پیش ببرم.... نمیدونم! فقط میدونم گاهی لازمه دوباره شرایط فعلیمون رو بسنجیم و مجددا در مورد اهداف زندگیمون تصمیم بگیریم... .
فعلا هدفم رو گذاشتم « دستیابی به محیطِ کاری که بتونم از حداکثر توانایی های علمیم توی پرستاری استفاده کنم و مفیدترین سمانه ی ممکن باشم »
تا ببینیم ارشد و دکترا با ما چه میکنن😌🍃
. #سمانه_نوشت . #دلنوشته#موفقیت#انگیزه#انگیزشی#پرستاری#کنکور#کنکوری#کنکور۹۹#پزشکی#پرستار#nurse#nursing#nursingschool#motivationalquotes#motivation#studymotivation#studygram#study
Orientation: Staff education is an important part of Team OpusCare. Any member of our team goes through an extensive orientation program led by our compliance team and clinical educators. Any member of our team will go through a clinical and compliance training to assure they fully understand the responsibility of taking care of the sick members of our community. #OpusCare#Hospice#Palliative#SouthFlorida#Texas#Nursing#Support#Care#Dignity
0 642 minutes ago
Being in hospital can be difficult, especially during the festive season. A current inpatient sent through these lovely photos from one of our wards. It's amazing to see our nurses, as always, going above and beyond for patients, just trying to add small touches of comfort, kindness and joy. 🎄🌟 •
It's also a special reminder that for some, work doesn't stop over the festive period. Thank you to all those individuals out there that sacrifice so much, for the care and well being of others.
It’s beginning to look like Christmas here at The Pointe! Our Head of Activities Madeline Put up our Christmas tree in the dining room with the help of our residents. They did an outstanding job! #LetsGetToThePointe
1 1143 minutes ago
Do you ever get off work thinking that it was actually a good day? It wasn’t perfect or planned but you leave your shift feeling that you’ve made a difference. In the ED, I take that as a win.
Charlee’s face says it all- anyone else ready for winter break?! One of the most frequently asked questions I get is how to “do it all” and find better balance. Here are my top favorite things to invest in that save me TIME and MONEY to find better balance with school life, mom life, and work life:
1.) @nespresso . I’m a home studier. It’s almost impossible for me to be productive at a coffee shop. The library works sometimes, but home is my ultimate zone for productivity. So my Nespresso saves so much wasted time and money whenever I need a cup of coffee!
2.) Grocery delivery. Another HUGE time saver. As much as I love grocery shopping, companies like @instacart and Amazon Fresh save so much time and usually with a subscription, it can save money, too!
3.) @amazon . Literally, my favorite *virtual* place in the world. I love it even more than target (gasp, I know). Amazon has every single thing you’ll ever need. Even school supplies, books, stationary, ect! And it comes straight to your door within 1-2 days. Thanks, Prime.
4.) Hello Fresh, @purplecarrotxo , Blue Apron. More food delivery (but, the healthy version). For those of you who are also very health conscious and love to prepare healthy meals, utilizing food delivery can be super helpful when it comes to saving time and money!
5.) @dailyharvest . I made a special section for daily harvest because i think they have the best deal,(and best taste) when it comes to fresh, healthy smoothie delivery. Smoothies are one of my favorite study snacks, and it takes less than 1 minute to make one!
6.) School/ Studying subscriptions! Here are some of my favorite: @sketchymedical , @sketchynursing , Picmonic, Osmosis, KhanAcademy, @quizlet , UWorld, ect. It’s an investment. But if you’re not understanding the material in class and you need extra support and resources, trust me, it’s WORTH IT.
Honestly, if it weren’t for the things on this list, there’s no way I’d be able to do it all alone. Remember, it’s an INVESTMENT. The things on this list are NOT cheap and it took a lot of saving and earning to put money towards them, but it was 150% worth every penny. I hope this helps!
26 1,83223 hours ago
A L O H A. We are in Hawaii! So many beaches and poke bowls but so little time.
24 4,9084 December, 2019
It’s dead week for most of us and finals are just around the corner! Here’s how I stay focused during study sessions:
1.) Eliminating noise and all distractions from my environment. My phone is on do not disturb mode. My internet browser is shut down (unless I absolutely need it). 2.) Structure a clean and organized work environment. Get into “study mode” having everything laid out, organized and ready to go.
3.) Clarify your goals BEFORE you sit down to study. Make a to do list. Get organized and know what needs to be done.
4.) Break large study tasks into bite sized chunks. This is where staying ahead of the game will help you so you don’t have to cram!
5.) Set reasonable time limits for each goal. Allot yourself enough time to finish what needs to be done. Make sure it’s attainable!
6.) Be clear about the guidelines for each task. Make sure you’re following instructions, especially for lab reports and care plans. Read this ahead of time! And have it out to reference if you need it.
7.) Isolate yourself. Homework and initial studying is not meant to be done in groups. This is your time to establish a foundation, and gage where you are with the material. Spend this time alone without any distractions!
8.) Coffee. Tea. Snacks. Have these ready to go so you don’t make excuses and get distracted while studying.
All I can say it, focus focus focus. It’s all mental. Tell yourself you can do it, and sit your butt down and begin. Getting started is the hardest part!
31 1,8303 December, 2019
MY RESUME 📝
Curious about my education + experience? My friend @katybpnp shared her resume recently and I thought it was such a great idea to showcase what all has brought me here today!
Furman University - Health Sciences 2014
Mercer University - Macon 2015-2016
Georgia Baptist College of Nursing Class of 2018
-Bachelor of Science in Nursing - GPA 3.579
- Labor and Delivery RN Aug 2018-Present
- Labor and Delivery Intern May-Aug ’18
- Postpartum Nurse Extern/PCT 2017-2018
- Sales Associate at Crafted Westside
- Microbiology Teacher’s Assistant 2015-2016
- Sales Associate at local Women’s gym
- Private English tutor 2013-2017 - Volunteer at Taylor’s Free Medical Clinic
- Junior Achievement Teaching Assistant
- Cum Laude Graduate
- Korean American Scholarship Foundation Southern Regional Scholarship Recipient
- President’s List 2016
- Dean’s List 2016-2018
- Hospital Scholar 2016-2018
- Guest Speaker at Atlanta Nurse Expo 2017-2018
- Poster Presentation at Atlanta Research Conference “The effect of cyberbullying in adolescence to young adulthood”
- Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN)
- Sigma Theta Tau - Pi Gamma
- Georgia Association of Nursing Students (GANS)
- Georgia Baptist Association of Nursing Students (GBANS)
I know a ton of you are hustling HARD to close out this semester strong! To help out, I’m giving away ANY @badgeblooms badge reel to a lucky winner to get through your rotations, clinicals, and exams. Just follow @medicalmyanne & @badgeblooms and comment below why you’d love a new reel! Closes in 24 hours. Good luck ❤️
122 1,44621 hours ago
A gentle reminder that you’re doing an amazing job 🙏🏻 Keep up the great work ❤️
And we’re back on that #interviewtrail ! 🤩 Feeling so grateful to have spent this past Thanksgiving week with my family & loved ones 🥺😩😭 This is the first year in the last 16 years I haven’t had to worry about any academic obligations or pending deadlines. Growing up, I’ve always known what I wanted career-wise and made sure to do everything I could to work towards it. Like so many others in medicine, this work ethic came with an insurmountable amount of sacrifice, and along the way, I’ve had to miss important events, milestones, and relationships. Life never waits for you, and this will not change 💔😔 So many years past, I found myself asking for more and more— of myself and of my life. But this year, I finally feel whole. It is truly the most wonderful feeling to be doing what you enjoy, surrounded by people you love — in a home filled with happiness. If you’re in the rough of it right now: know that it really does get better. Your hard work will pay off, and in those moments you do not think you can overcome — you will, and you will prevail. Keep your chin up and keep trucking along. Hoping you all have a wonderful Monday & find something you are thankful for today, and every day thereafter ❤️