[IL-CNM] Home ripening
amywillencnm at gmail.com
Fri Sep 8 09:13:23 CDT 2017
We used to do it at Holy Family down in Weslaco, TX as well. It was so long
ago, I can't remember the protocol, but it was similar except for the NST
part. I'm pretty sure we used a liberal amount of betadine at the
introitus, inserted at the clinic, sent them home and had them come back
either in 24 hrs or when it fell out.
On Wed, Sep 6, 2017 at 3:11 PM, brigitte raahauge <brigittecnm at gmail.com>
> This is something we did at the birth center where I worked in
> Madisonville, TN. It has been several years now, so I don't remember all
> the details, but I know that we used a Foley rather than the Cooks, and
> women would have an NST pre- and post-insertion and then return home. We
> left the Foley in up to 24 hours, and everyone came back for follow-up the
> day after insertion. Usually we were following up the next day with nipple
> stimulation, enema, etc.
> I can try to get the policy.
> -Brigitte Raahauge, CNM
> On Tue, Sep 5, 2017 at 8:01 PM, Molly Kavanaugh <molly.kavanaugh at gmail.com
> > wrote:
>> Hello Midwives!
>> Do any of your practices have a policy for home ripening either with
>> balloons or laminaria? Or does anyone do home ripening that would be
>> willing to share any tips of the practice? In theory it seems like a
>> wonderful way to decrease long stays for IOL.
>> Thanks in advance for your expertise!
>> Molly Kavanaugh
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