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Nursing Report Sheets for Labor and Delivery Nurses: A Guide for Student Nurses, New Nurses, Nurses New to the Labor and Delivery Setting, and Nurses Who Want to Get Report and Go Paperback – January 26, 2022
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Have you ever been given report so quickly that you don't have time to think of the questions you wanted to ask? You knew that there was something more you needed to know but it escaped you. And now your patient is coming and you don't feel like you know anything about them at all. Nursie Notes are created for the important stuff. They are designed to be filled out quickly and have enough room for notes and reminders.
- A place for the important stuff so it doesn't get missed.
- New nurses are encouraged to ask questions when receiving report.
- Nursie Notes helps them prepare for passing information on to the next nurse.
- Helps keep information organized.
- Print length 203 pages
- Language English
- Publication date January 26, 2022
- Dimensions 8.5 x 0.46 x 11 inches
- ISBN-13 979-8408402168
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- ASIN : B09RNS7H66
- Publisher : Independently published (January 26, 2022)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 203 pages
- ISBN-13 : 979-8408402168
- Item Weight : 1.33 pounds
- Dimensions : 8.5 x 0.46 x 11 inches
- #994 in Obstetrics & Gynecology (Books)
- #7,860 in Educational Certification & Development
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Labor and Delivery / Postpartum Report Sheet
Are you working in the Maternity and Newborn world or thinking of working in L&D/PP/Nursery, I suggest you download this report sheet. It will help you when you give and receive report as well as make you a very savvy organized nurse!
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When I was a newgrad in the OB unit I was so lost! I didn’t know what all the words meant and it gave me so much anxiety because I was scared to miss something or forget something important. It was a lot to learn and I finally sat down and made a report sheet that helped me in my career. Here I am sharing this with you guys so you don’t have to go through that I went though.
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Labor and Delivery Nurse Report Sheet | Digital Download
This PRINTABLE DOCUMENT is a labor and delivery nurse report sheet that will help nurses and nursing students who work with laboring patients. Able to write down important information about the OB patient on one document. This document allows for you to write information about the mother and the newborn. Best used when laboring a patient 1:1. No physical product will be shipped. This is an instant download of a digital PDF file. Not customizable. For personal use only. Labor and Delivery Nurse Report/Brain Template in PDF Prints on US letter size paper (8.5" x 11" paper) Instructions: You are able to instantly download the file after purchase from your email. Able to open document with PDF viewer. Make sure to select print settings: either Fit option or Shrink Oversized pages to fit correctly. For printers capable of printing doubled sided. Make sure to select print on both sides and flip on long side. Disclaimer: The product may look slightly different per your printer and the settings. Please note there are no refunds or exchanges on this digital purchase.
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Updated: Feb 20, 2020 Published Feb 27, 2019
- by Kimmiexo_, ADN, BSN 44 Posts
I’m a new grad who just accepted a L&D position! I’m so excited and trying to prepare as best I can. In nursing school, brain sheets were my lifeline. I was wondering if anybody has an L&D brain sheet that they’d like to share or any organizational tools! Tips are also greatly appreciated ☺️
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We have a kardex that gets updated and passed along from shift to shift or unit to unit. Otherwise, I use the actual paper strip as my brain.
And I agree ... when I used to work med-surg, telemetry, and even nursery/postpartum, the brain was my lifesaver. But the strip works perfectly for me now. When I'm in the room, I just write a little note for any meds given, new pitocin dose, cervical check, rupture of membranes, doc in the room, legs up in stirrups... it's quite easy.
My brain sheet likely wouldn’t work for you as it is specific to what I need to chart each shift per policy. On one sheet of paper I have 4 brains (will last me two shifts). So basically 1 pt per quarter sheet. I have a checklist of things I need to chart such as nursing handoff, allergies, fall risk, suicide screening, 2 assessments, etc. then on the other side of my quarter sheet I have spots for VS, pit, position where I just write my next due time (depending on pt, I may do VS q4hr or more often, so I just write my next due time). Then in the bottom of the quarter sheet I have a box where I write random notes. For instance, I’d i talk to a doc and need to chart a notification I’ll write “notify <time>” and then erase or cross off when I chart it. After my mom delivers I write down my fundal check times and check off as I go. If she’s on abx for GBS, I write that and the due times in my box. Took me 3 months off orientation to figure out what I wanted in my brain. I’d suggest you figure your own out as it will be easier to customize to your needs. And to add on what the other poster said, I do a lot of strip charting because it keeps my times for me. So I can go back on the strip and see when the provider was with us, when I started O2 or a fluid bonus etc.
labordude, BSN, RN
I have a one page for each patient, it's written in SBAR format and has a section at the bottom for the baby information and then postpartum things. I will attach it here. There is a lot of space for notes as well. I track as much as I possibly can with times, actions, etc.
Kimmiexo_, ADN, BSN
On 3/7/2019 at 11:24 AM, labordude said: I have a one page for each patient, it's written in SBAR format and has a section at the bottom for the baby information and then postpartum things. I will attach it here. There is a lot of space for notes as well. I track as much as I possibly can with times, actions, etc. L&DRoundingSheet1Pt-20180426.doc
That you so much!!! I appreciate it!
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