by, Bree Fallon, BSN, RNC-OB, C-EFM
When I was a baby nurse at the beginning of my career, we ran high dose oxytocin at my institution. On occasion a patient would not reach an adequate contraction pattern despite the high titration of the medication. Nurses would say, the patient’s oxytocin receptors were saturated, turn the medication off, and let them rest.
Since arriving at Convention, the steady stream of information has completely saturated my brain. Continue reading