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The B.A.B.Y. (Best Advice for Baby & You) Book
The Essential Parents Guide to Postpartum Care for the First Few Days...and Beyond
by Karen L. Brewer BSN RNC-MNN

Overview


A parent's reference guide for mother and baby care during the first few days in the hospital. This guide goes over care right after delivery, what mom can expect with her care and the care of her baby or babies, answer questions that come up about little things which might be concerning for them, and teach them what they can do to make for an easier and better transition from the hospital to home.

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Description


This book is a helpful guide for teaching patients and fathers/significant others how to care for themselves and how to care for the baby during their short stay in the hospital. This guide will help parents deal with any problems and/or challenges that might come up during that stay, help teach them about mother and baby care, or remind and/or re-educate the experienced parents. Not everything can be taught by nurses in that short time frame, so small details get forgotten. This guide will help answer some of those questions or concerns which parents may have before or after discharge from the hospital.

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About the author


Karen Brewer is a certified mother-baby nurse who has worked over the past 20 years for a health system in the Greater Kansas City area. She is passionate about her career as a register nurse specializing and certified in postpartum mother/baby care, and wants the utmost care for her patients, as well as for other patients out there.

Her passion for teaching patients about their individualized care and the care of the baby became her inspiration for writing this book. "There is only so much time during a patient's stay at the hospital that we cannot teach everything we feel they need to know. Because we can't teach as much we would like, I thought that writing a book would be the next best thing to do. So, I did just that."


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Book details

Genre:REFERENCE

Subgenre:Personal & Practical Guides

Language:English

Pages:278

Format:Paperback

eBook ISBN:9781543922868

Paperback ISBN:9781543922851


Overview


A parent's reference guide for mother and baby care during the first few days in the hospital. This guide goes over care right after delivery, what mom can expect with her care and the care of her baby or babies, answer questions that come up about little things which might be concerning for them, and teach them what they can do to make for an easier and better transition from the hospital to home.

Read more

Description


This book is a helpful guide for teaching patients and fathers/significant others how to care for themselves and how to care for the baby during their short stay in the hospital. This guide will help parents deal with any problems and/or challenges that might come up during that stay, help teach them about mother and baby care, or remind and/or re-educate the experienced parents. Not everything can be taught by nurses in that short time frame, so small details get forgotten. This guide will help answer some of those questions or concerns which parents may have before or after discharge from the hospital.

Read more

About the author


Karen Brewer is a certified mother-baby nurse who has worked over the past 20 years for a health system in the Greater Kansas City area. She is passionate about her career as a register nurse specializing and certified in postpartum mother/baby care, and wants the utmost care for her patients, as well as for other patients out there.

Her passion for teaching patients about their individualized care and the care of the baby became her inspiration for writing this book. "There is only so much time during a patient's stay at the hospital that we cannot teach everything we feel they need to know. Because we can't teach as much we would like, I thought that writing a book would be the next best thing to do. So, I did just that."


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