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RN Peer to Peer Webinar: Virtual Medical Assessments - Shared screen with gallery view
Martha Bock
16:49
If you are a WB RN, please put your name and site in the chat for attendance.
Ana Arvizu
16:54
Hi good morning this is Ana from AVPH
Anandi Davis
17:17
Goof morning. Anandi Davis, RN Welcome Baby Millers
Jamie Ebiya
17:25
Hi Jamie Ebiya from Miller's
Libertad Garcia
17:37
Libertad Garcia, RN El Nido
Donna Prado-Espinoza
18:08
Donna Prado-Espinoza, RN SFMC
Jodi Rosen
18:26
Good morning!!
Jodi Rosen
18:44
this is Jodi Rosen
Yvette Guardado
19:06
Yvette Guardado RN from Providence Holy Cross
Catalina Campos
21:37
Catalina Campos, PLCM- SP
Marlene Zamarripa
21:43
Marlene Zamarripa from MCHA
Lisa Kutzing
21:43
Lisa Kutzing, Adventist Health White Memorial
Armida Reyes
21:48
Armida Reyes RN from St. Mary MC
Janeth Rodriguez
21:51
Janeth Rodriguez PLCM SP
Cindy Salvador
22:04
Cindy Salvador RN; Miller’s Hospital Long Beach
Erica Lewis
22:13
Erica Alexander-Lewis PLCM San Pedro
Iliana A Luna
22:16
Iliana Andrade Luna, MCHA
Sherry Gentilini
22:35
Sherry Gentilini RN St Francis
Adilene Hernandez
23:02
Adilene Hernandez, RN Valley Presbyterian Hospital
Sharlene Gozalians
23:25
Sharlene Gozalians, LABBN
Ericka Valencia
23:31
Ericka Valencia- NHMC
Amanda Alulema
23:37
Amanda Alulema - MCHA
Saba Rastegar
23:55
Saba Rastegar - AHWM
brenda carranza
23:56
Brenda Carranza RN Centinela
Veronica Flores
24:08
Veronica Flores WHITE MEMORIAL
Janiah Rivera
24:10
Janiah Rivera AVPH
Janiah Rivera
46:54
Great information!
Martha Bock
56:34
If you have questions about what has been covered thus far, please type these in the chat!
Catalina Campos
01:16:12
This is great to hear! We have research saying that mothers who have COVID can room in and breastfeed their infant! Do the hospitals have this information? I have heard stories of doctors and nurses taking infants away and not allowing mothers to breastfeed. How can we make them feel comfortable during our home visit when they have already been scared at the hospital?
Catalina Campos
01:16:31
In our hospital, if a client has any hx of depression, PPD, anxiety, we complete the PHQ-9. We asses if they have completed therapy and taken medication and if they are open to it again, if needed. We also have an internal policy to fax the PHQ-9 results if score is 10 or >. and of course, inform the client, that we will be doing that so that the OB provider can follow up.
Blandine Hendleman
01:20:08
What's your recommendation for asymptomatic mothers who teste positive Covid. Do we have to separate them from their baby? What if they have Covid symptoms. I have the same questions for breastfeeding and Covid.
Martha Bock
01:24:02
Does that answer your question too, Blandine?
Blandine Hendleman
01:24:22
yes. Thank you.
Catalina Campos
01:25:37
Yes, thank you.
tanya kulikoff
01:26:03
is it possible to have false positive Covid tests, ? had a mom w/ scheduled c/s that was neg test 3 days before surgical date and then tested positive in the hospital , and then tested neg again after discharge 3 days out?
Martha Bock
01:28:56
Thanks for your question, Tanya! I will bring this up at the end.
Catalina Campos
01:30:32
How many visits are covered PP under emergency Medi-cal? Some of the patients have told me that their clinic covers 2 visits after C-section. I was worried about an infection and since she had already attended her first follow up, they told her that her next follow up was at 6 weeks. They wouldn't see her!! I had to recommend the ER.
Maria Peacock
01:33:11
If MC mom has COVID-19 and runs out of the Emergency Medical post partum coverage, MC should continue covering her expenses under COVID coverage.
Janeth Rodriguez
01:38:16
I have read that baby is able to get needed vitamin D if mom takes at least 6,400 IU as this gets transferred to breast milk...what are your thoughts about this?
brenda carranza
01:39:52
When baby has lost weight and told to start feeding formula every feeding how would you suggest getting off formula if there is no follow up appt to check weight until baby is a month old? I have had clients who were told to feed formula 2 oz after being at breast but mother’s are hesitant to get off of formula.
Martha Bock
01:50:36
If you need to leave, no problem! I will send out an email with the recording so that you can watch then end if you’d like. If you have time and would like to stay, you are more than welcome to! Thanks everyone
Armida Reyes
01:57:16
for formula fed babies, 1-3 stools in 24 hours are normal?
Armida Reyes
01:59:04
I heard rectal temperature is not allowed anymore.
Anandi Davis
01:59:17
I also heard the same thing about Rectal temps.
Martha Bock
01:59:46
I am collecting all of the questions to bring up at the end!
tanya kulikoff
02:01:44
how open are you to spreading out the vaccinations if mom is willing to go in say every month to get shots, some moms don't want to give as much at one time.
brenda carranza
02:06:05
As flu season approaches would you recommend warm or cool mist humidifiers?
Martha Bock
02:09:16
Just a reminder, if you need to leave no problem! I will make sure that all of the questions get answered and will email everyone the answers to all of them!
tanya kulikoff
02:10:16
wondering about telehealth assessment for welcome baby nurses, if doing a video chat and baby is sleeping and all verbal assessment is normal for the baby, and mom does not want to undress the baby for the nurse to do assessment, do we still have mom awaken the baby?
tanya kulikoff
02:12:20
the poll doesn't let me click on more than one answer
Lisa Kutzing
02:12:33
Same here
tanya kulikoff
02:17:46
thank you very much, excellent
Armida Reyes
02:17:47
Good information. Thank you so much.
Sherry Gentilini
02:17:58
thank you very much:)
Maria Martinez
02:18:04
Thank you