Hello, my son was born in august 2004. He came early due to the fact that my doctor ignored the fact that i was not feeling well, and also very swollen.to make it short i had pre-eclampsia.So he was delivered at 28 weeks, weighing in at 1.9. He had a real fight, but he finally came home just this past june. He had been home twice before, but ended back in the hospital, he just was not well enough to be home. He is trached and on the vent.
I can tell you that half the battle of taking care of my son, is these nurses that want to take over and over ride our training and knowledge of his current health. I think some of them think since I don't have a nursing degree, then they know more then Me. When it comes to my Hunter, I think i know what is going on!!! Well i could go on and on, just like any of you, but just wanted to let any new parents out there know that it is very hard to find good nures that do know about pediatics, and traches. Most of mine had never changed a cuffed bivona before. My husband and i had to train them!!
Well it was nice venting for awhile, i'm glad this is here.............Huntersmom