Greatest Professional Achievement As A Nurse

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  • Top 20 Nursing Achievements and Accomplishments for Resume - CLR

    Top 20 Nursing Achievements and Accomplishments for Resume - CLR

    This page contains 20+ Achievements and Accomplishments statements for a nurse resume. Read More...

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  • Top 20 Nursing Achievements and Accomplishments for Resume | CLR

    Top 20 Nursing Achievements and Accomplishments for Resume | CLR

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  • As a Nurse, What Achievement Are You Most Proud Of? | Elizabeth Scala, MSN/MBA, RN, HNB-BC | Holistic Nurse | Bestselling Author | Yoga Teacher

    As a Nurse, What Achievement Are You Most Proud Of? | Elizabeth Scala, MSN/MBA, RN, HNB-BC | Holistic Nurse | Bestselling Author | Yoga Teacher

    Nursing Achievements Nursing can be a very challenging profession to work in. I often hear from nurses who are contemplating or on the verge of quitting nursing altogether. Gosh, with the staffing ratios, workplace violence, nurse burnout, and so much more… it sometimes amazes me that we have any nurses left at the bedside! However, […] Read More...

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Top Video: Recap: My Achievements as a Nurse.

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It was really good to be back on YouTube. That's why I as unable to fill in this week. So basically, one of my mandate is to make sure kids who are not HIV positive are able to have social relations with kids who are born with HIV without having to stigmatize them. But yeah, this is all that I wanted to come on here and say, but you guys will definitely see me again next week. From a dietitian's perspective, I got the shock of my life.

Hi guys. Welcome to another video. Welcome to my channel, if you are new. It was great to see this again. It was really good to be back on YouTube.

I was not planning on shooting this video, but I know that on my last video I did say that I was going to be filming and posting a video on the first week of June. And it is exactly that. It is the first week of June and I haven't said anything to anyone. Some of my subscribers have already been asking me what is this like doing here? They will really ask me about when I'm acquired on YouTube and stuff like that.

First things first, you guys. I never quit YouTube. Okay, I might take a break from YouTube for certain reasons, but I will never ever quit YouTube. So this week I have been really busy, mainly because I started a new job and I don't want to do a live update, but yeah, I don't want to do a live update. I don't think I want to talk a lot about my new job because I've just started out literally I started out this week.

So yeah, I don't have much to say about it. All I can say at this particular moment is that I'm happy. I'm happy with what I'm currently doing. But yeah, I left my previous job and I made a new job. So I'm still under orientation.

That's why I as unable to fill in this week.

But I'm just happy and I hope everyone is also okay. I know a lot is happening right now in the country with the pandemic, the second wave, and stuff like that. Really now the people who are being infected are actually people that we know, the people who are dying from covered, actually, people would know they are no longer numbers and statistics. Everybody has had someone that they know or they knew who has been infected by coverage or who has passed on to covered. So I really hope that everyone is okay and those who are not okay.

I'm really hoping that peace and love finds you wherever you are. And for those who are okay, I'm hoping that you are protected and you also play your part in protecting yourself against covered. And it's very difficult for us as humans not to interact because we are social beings. Like categories, we are social beings. I see it on myself as well.

Like, it is so difficult not to give someone a hug, someone that you truly love, a hug, someone that you haven't seen for a really long time, a hug. But it is what it is. We must stick to the regulations and all of that. So I actually wanted to share with you guys something that I didn't share with you guys last year. I might have shared on Instagram and on Facebook.

So last year I actually did amazing things. But because of the state of mind that I was in last year, I couldn't really celebrate those milestones or those achievements that I had reached.

Here is a very funny thing. When you are in a depressive mode, you are unable to see yourself book why you are not coping like you will be able to fill it, obviously, but you are unable to see the depth of your state until you are out of it. So yeah, it's something like that. I couldn't notice it because I was in the pits last year. I think very few people knew about it.

The last few months of last day were really not pretty for me. So even though great things were happening, but I wasn't able to celebrate, I was unable to talk about them on here because of being in the pace. Anyways, for those who do not know, last year I was on FABC two on Raising Babies 101. It's a TV show on Powering Team. I was there as a mess.

And I'm going to insert a clip here to show you what was I talking about? So basically I was speaking about malnutrition together with a dietitian and I was like a pineal of health care workers discussing malnutrition. So I was sharing a stage with a dietitian. And I am so proud of myself because that was my first TV show interview and I did exceptionally well. I'm not overselling myself or anything like that.

But when I watched that interview or after I had finished doing that interview, I realized that for the longest time I was underestimating my intelligence and my experience in the field that I am in the field of nursing. And after I did that interview, I realized how intelligent I am and how much of an expert I am on the things that I am doing on a daily basis. So yeah, it was really confidence boosting for me because at this particular moment, I think that I am capable and able to do a live TV show interview on anything that concerns missing. They stand out outside. I don't know if you guys can hear that, but if you can, Mother Nature is against us today.

So yeah, I did an interview with Rising Babies 101. I did the exception of the world. And after doing an interview with Rising Babies 101, actually I did it at the beginning of the year. I think it was during lockdown level three, if I'm not mistaken, the first level three or level four. But I was able to travel from here to join staff for that interview.

And then on the day that's the interview was added on the windy 2 November, and it was added on the day that I had my first national radio interview. Okay, I was interviewed on Radio 702. I was interviewed by Simon Mania Taylor. I don't know if I'll be able to download the clips of the interview or not, but if I can, I will also insert it at the end of this video or at the end of this intro that I'm doing. But I did two interviews with Radio 702.

The first interview that I did was a panel of a nurse and a guy in a College, and we were speaking about sex or reproduction. So the doctor spoke before I could. The doctor was speaking on types of family planning methods that are available for people to use. And what I was speaking on is the importance of counseling before you can render a status of family planning to be a client as a health care worker. My sister as shook, you guys.

So my sister has had me speaking, I think, once in my graduation. And this was the second time she had me speaking. So my sister doesn't stay with me, she stays in job. And this was the second time my sister had me speaking and she was shook. I did exceptionally well on the social reproduction topic with Climate Manatee and another interview that I had with him on the same show, it was on HIV.

And actually this topic, the second topic, because I was good on the first topic, they asked me to have me back on the show again. But I should pick a topic that I was passionate about and a topic that I really liked. And obviously, I picked HIV and I had to speak about disclosure in children, adolescents and youth. If you don't know me, if you knew her, welcome. Please click the subscribe button and be part of the nurse channel.

I'm a certificate nurse and I document my life to show you how South African nurse are doing this thing. Okay, so if you are new here, the other thing that I'm very passionate about is adolescents and youth living with HIV and those who are not HIV positive. So basically, one of my mandate is to make sure kids who are not HIV positive are able to have social relations with kids who are born with HIV without having to stigmatize them. Right. So I obviously picked a topic of disclosing an HIV status to a child living with HIV.

So I picked that topic. And I must say I did exceptionally well. I was a little bit what do you call it? Distracted on that day because I was at work. So I had to take a break and go take the interview call because both my calls with 702 were telephonically.

So yeah, those were really great highlights for me because I think it's one of the reasons I started this platform to have the voice of nurses or the voice of nursing to be heard by communities and to be heard by other stakeholders who are parts of the multidisciplinary team. My purples. And my goal is to eliminate the looking down on NASA's perspective in South Africa and to make people understand that we might not have knowledge on what you call it engineering. We might not have knowledge on social work, on other things. You might not have knowledge on other things, but we definitely have knowledge on nursing.

And we are expecting our job and on our profession. And we are able to have a voice and to put out what we know about our job and what concerns our job. I no longer want people to think that a nurse is a doctor's assistant or a dietitian assistant or a social workers assistant. I want people to see us as part of stakeholders, as part of people who are able to hold conversations and discussions on issues that are affecting their workplace or on issues they've experienced and on issues they expect on.

I basically want to be on media for those reasons. I want to be on media. I want to be on media panels as a nurse, and I don't want to speak as a doctor or anything else. I want to speak as a nurse. I want to go there and represent nursing.

I remember when I was asked by the Raising Babies director shout out to put Bongani. I know he sometimes watches my videos, so I remember when I was asked by this purchase of Rising Babies, by the way, they found me here on YouTube. He asked me if I was going to wear my private clothes or if I was going to wear my uniform. And I said, I'm wearing my uniform in every area that I'm requested to speak in. I want to rock up with my uniform, with my nursing uniform, because I want my nursing uniform to be associated with intelligence, to be associated with being an expert.

I want it to be associated with confidence. I want my uniform to be associated with a voice of value. When people listen to you in their radios or they see you on their TV screens wearing your uniform, whatever you are portraying during that particular time, they attach it to your uniform. So people will not say, oh, there was that lady who was speaking on TV. What does she do?

Where does she work? But they will say, there is that Ness who was speaking on TV or on radio, and she was exceptional. Well, so that's what I'm trying to do. I'm trying to show people that as nurse, we are smart, we are beautiful, we are confident, and most importantly, we are intelligent, and we have a voice that has significance and a voice that needs to be utilized, especially in a country or in a continent like Africa. So, yeah, that's what I wanted to share with you guys.

And I'm now going to insert the clips from Raising Babies 101. And I'm also going to insert the voiceover records from Radio 702. I'm going to try and download them from their podcast, but if I'm unable to insert them here, I'm going to insert the links to their podcast on my description box. Well, even if I insert them, obviously I'm not going to insert the whole 30 minutes interview. So I'm still going to insert the links to those interviews on my description box.

So if you want to listen to those interviews, please go ahead and click on the links in the description box. But yeah, this is all that I wanted to come on here and say, but you guys will definitely see me again next week. And the other thing that is really delaying me from let me not even make an excuse, okay? I'm going to put out videos. I'm going to put out videos.

I'm not going to make excuse. Whatever that needs to be done. It will be done while I'm putting out videos. Anyways, thank you guys so much for watching this video. I love you all so very much.

And don't forget to subscribe if you're new. And a big thank you and welcome to the people that have been subscribing for the past two weeks when I was my posting video. I'll see you guys on my next one. Bye.

According to UNICEF, South Africa is faced with a triple burden of malnutrition, under nutrition, hidden hunger and overweight among children under five. Stunting and underweight remain the most common nutritional disorders, affecting one out of five children and almost one out of ten children respectively. Also, 10% of the children were classified as overweight and 4% as obese. The immediate causes of malnutrition are linked to inadequate dietary intake and infection. In our studio to share the expertise is busy.

Cue Mafantile, a dietitian anxiety nurse, a professional nurse.

Six months. So from the period of zero to six months, milk is the best and the most recommended nurse. And then if Mama as breastfeeder, then again a fewer formula. But during that period, from zero to six months, you mustn't give anything else. Bojoba, you must not give porridge, soft porridge, which is something that is so common in our households, it should not be given even water.

Carol, my patients always look at me like, how can Jana spent six months without drinking water? But it's being about breast milk and any other milk is that in all the nutrients it's all taken, we're not added to literally from zero to six months. And if we do not do it that way, then we end up resulting the malnutrition, which is one of the reasons our hospital worlds are filled with babies and then busy network. From a dietitian's perspective, I got the shock of my life.

Because I find that when is the right time to start feeding. One time complementary feeding, which means we can introduce after breastfeeding. So usually after six months. So as soon as there's issues of HIV as well. So if the mother introduced her solids before six months, so that means you are mixed feeding or damaged your gut and then as soon as it's damaged, then it's easier for the virus to move from the mother into the child.

So it's not only about malnutritions.

I think Musou mentioned the lining of the child's stomach. It's still too soft and even the antibodies and the child's body, they are not yet strong enough to attack some of the bacterias that may be introduced via wood.

Any nutrients? No vitamins and minerals. You find that as well. Babani diary because it gets damaged and then also being manufactured.

I advise the patient. I got to say how we are for consultations or someone not clinician. Engage with your nurse. Ask questions when you get in a consulting room scaling look at your baby's weight and on top of that when the nurse documents on the baby's route to healthcare you have to look at the plot that the nurse is making this road to healthcare. It has a line which is called the media line.

Is your child beneath the media line? And if the child is beneath the media line, how far is the child? If it is above, how far is the child? The number one same term for you to know her. Malnutrition is with the weight obesity.

Cocoa is not regarded as malnutrition fresh but the honest truth is that is malnutrition. It's not normal and it's not supposed to be like that. Do not only want to see if your child is losing weight but also be vigilant that your child is not gaining too much weight.

Department of Health has came to our rescue and Barfila Manuel doesn't only manage your child's weight but it also shows you what are the correct food to give at a certain age. This one that I have is actually the old book The Blue one. The difference between this one and this one is that at all picture for go through it and you will learn a lot of the things that you are scared to ask in your training. Well, nourished children are better able to grow and learn to participate in their communities and to be resilient to face all the diseases and the disasters out there. How you feel your newborn is the first nutrition decision you make for your child.

How much, what and when to feed your baby can seem rather daunting but in studio to give us all the information you need to start your baby on the right nutritional path. We still have our nurse from earlier Zane also known as Nurse. The nutritional value of Breast Milk We all know that breast milk is best.

Mainly because there is one particular thing about breast milk that you cannot find in any milk in the world and that is antibodies system. Why not look at the antibodies to help fight any type of infection when there is an invasion of a bacteria? Why not look at the antibodies? So breast milk only the antibodies. The mother supplies the child with antibodies so it's like hot to someone.

Else up and about working and I had to resort to formula and mix it with breast milk mocking thing.

But we are not supposed to take hot water and immediately mix it with formula feeds because it now starts to kill some of the nutrients that are in the powder. Now I put the bottom it looks different so you cannot hold it like this and want to call 50 miles like you say on a flat surface and make sure that your 50 miles is 50 miles because if it's above or if it's below then it's going to affect the concentration your Marsh you're going to use the scoop that comes out from the milk that you bought and level it you pour and you count while you are pouring and of course virtually yes if we're not let's say two scoops when it's supposed to be four scoops it means we're not losing weight. While we are talking about reducing the number of spoons let's also be sure that we do not put too much what is expected because now we are also going to end up with a child that has obesity which is also a part of malnutrition and on top of that always make sure you wash your bottles. Sterilize your bottles or you boil them up. Thank you so much, Nessie.

Thank you for giving me kind of thank you. Who is it, Peter easy to prepare your bottles. Just remember all the important facts we gave you and that is easy.

Hi guys. Welcome to another video. Welcome to my channel, if you are new. It was great to see this again. It was really good to be back on YouTube.

I was not planning on shooting this video, but I know that on my last video I did say that I was going to be filming and posting a video on the first week of June. And it is exactly that. It is the first week of June and I haven't said anything to anyone. Some of my subscribers have already been asking me what is this like doing here? They will really ask me about when I'm acquired on YouTube and stuff like that.

First things first, you guys. I never quit YouTube. Okay, I might take a break from YouTube for certain reasons, but I will never ever quit YouTube. So this week I have been really busy, mainly because I started a new job and I don't want to do a live update, but yeah, I don't want to do a live update. I don't think I want to talk a lot about my new job because I've just started out literally I started out this week.

So yeah, I don't have much to say about it. All I can say at this particular moment is that I'm happy. I'm happy with what I'm currently doing. But yeah, I left my previous job and I made a new job. So I'm still under orientation.

That's why I as unable to fill in this week.

But I'm just happy and I hope everyone is also okay. I know a lot is happening right now in the country with the pandemic, the second wave, and stuff like that. Really now the people who are being infected are actually people that we know, the people who are dying from covered, actually, people would know they are no longer numbers and statistics. Everybody has had someone that they know or they knew who has been infected by coverage or who has passed on to covered. So I really hope that everyone is okay and those who are not okay.

I'm really hoping that peace and love finds you wherever you are. And for those who are okay, I'm hoping that you are protected and you also play your part in protecting yourself against covered. And it's very difficult for us as humans not to interact because we are social beings. Like categories, we are social beings. I see it on myself as well.

Like, it is so difficult not to give someone a hug, someone that you truly love, a hug, someone that you haven't seen for a really long time, a hug. But it is what it is. We must stick to the regulations and all of that. So I actually wanted to share with you guys something that I didn't share with you guys last year. I might have shared on Instagram and on Facebook.

So last year I actually did amazing things. But because of the state of mind that I was in last year, I couldn't really celebrate those milestones or those achievements that I had reached.

Here is a very funny thing. When you are in a depressive mode, you are unable to see yourself book why you are not coping like you will be able to fill it, obviously, but you are unable to see the depth of your state until you are out of it. So yeah, it's something like that. I couldn't notice it because I was in the pits last year. I think very few people knew about it.

The last few months of last day were really not pretty for me. So even though great things were happening, but I wasn't able to celebrate, I was unable to talk about them on here because of being in the pace. Anyways, for those who do not know, last year I was on FABC two on Raising Babies 101. It's a TV show on Powering Team. I was there as a mess.

And I'm going to insert a clip here to show you what was I talking about? So basically I was speaking about malnutrition together with a dietitian and I was like a pineal of health care workers discussing malnutrition. So I was sharing a stage with a dietitian. And I am so proud of myself because that was my first TV show interview and I did exceptionally well. I'm not overselling myself or anything like that.

But when I watched that interview or after I had finished doing that interview, I realized that for the longest time I was underestimating my intelligence and my experience in the field that I am in the field of nursing. And after I did that interview, I realized how intelligent I am and how much of an expert I am on the things that I am doing on a daily basis. So yeah, it was really confidence boosting for me because at this particular moment, I think that I am capable and able to do a live TV show interview on anything that concerns missing. They stand out outside. I don't know if you guys can hear that, but if you can, Mother Nature is against us today.

So yeah, I did an interview with Rising Babies 101. I did the exception of the world. And after doing an interview with Rising Babies 101, actually I did it at the beginning of the year. I think it was during lockdown level three, if I'm not mistaken, the first level three or level four. But I was able to travel from here to join staff for that interview.

And then on the day that's the interview was added on the windy 2 November, and it was added on the day that I had my first national radio interview. Okay, I was interviewed on Radio 702. I was interviewed by Simon Mania Taylor. I don't know if I'll be able to download the clips of the interview or not, but if I can, I will also insert it at the end of this video or at the end of this intro that I'm doing. But I did two interviews with Radio 702.

The first interview that I did was a panel of a nurse and a guy in a College, and we were speaking about sex or reproduction. So the doctor spoke before I could. The doctor was speaking on types of family planning methods that are available for people to use. And what I was speaking on is the importance of counseling before you can render a status of family planning to be a client as a health care worker. My sister as shook, you guys.

So my sister has had me speaking, I think, once in my graduation. And this was the second time she had me speaking. So my sister doesn't stay with me, she stays in job. And this was the second time my sister had me speaking and she was shook. I did exceptionally well on the social reproduction topic with Climate Manatee and another interview that I had with him on the same show, it was on HIV.

And actually this topic, the second topic, because I was good on the first topic, they asked me to have me back on the show again. But I should pick a topic that I was passionate about and a topic that I really liked. And obviously, I picked HIV and I had to speak about disclosure in children, adolescents and youth. If you don't know me, if you knew her, welcome. Please click the subscribe button and be part of the nurse channel.

I'm a certificate nurse and I document my life to show you how South African nurse are doing this thing. Okay, so if you are new here, the other thing that I'm very passionate about is adolescents and youth living with HIV and those who are not HIV positive. So basically, one of my mandate is to make sure kids who are not HIV positive are able to have social relations with kids who are born with HIV without having to stigmatize them. Right. So I obviously picked a topic of disclosing an HIV status to a child living with HIV.

So I picked that topic. And I must say I did exceptionally well. I was a little bit what do you call it? Distracted on that day because I was at work. So I had to take a break and go take the interview call because both my calls with 702 were telephonically.

So yeah, those were really great highlights for me because I think it's one of the reasons I started this platform to have the voice of nurses or the voice of nursing to be heard by communities and to be heard by other stakeholders who are parts of the multidisciplinary team. My purples. And my goal is to eliminate the looking down on NASA's perspective in South Africa and to make people understand that we might not have knowledge on what you call it engineering. We might not have knowledge on social work, on other things. You might not have knowledge on other things, but we definitely have knowledge on nursing.

And we are expecting our job and on our profession. And we are able to have a voice and to put out what we know about our job and what concerns our job. I no longer want people to think that a nurse is a doctor's assistant or a dietitian assistant or a social workers assistant. I want people to see us as part of stakeholders, as part of people who are able to hold conversations and discussions on issues that are affecting their workplace or on issues they've experienced and on issues they expect on.

I basically want to be on media for those reasons. I want to be on media. I want to be on media panels as a nurse, and I don't want to speak as a doctor or anything else. I want to speak as a nurse. I want to go there and represent nursing.

I remember when I was asked by the Raising Babies director shout out to put Bongani. I know he sometimes watches my videos, so I remember when I was asked by this purchase of Rising Babies, by the way, they found me here on YouTube. He asked me if I was going to wear my private clothes or if I was going to wear my uniform. And I said, I'm wearing my uniform in every area that I'm requested to speak in. I want to rock up with my uniform, with my nursing uniform, because I want my nursing uniform to be associated with intelligence, to be associated with being an expert.

I want it to be associated with confidence. I want my uniform to be associated with a voice of value. When people listen to you in their radios or they see you on their TV screens wearing your uniform, whatever you are portraying during that particular time, they attach it to your uniform. So people will not say, oh, there was that lady who was speaking on TV. What does she do?

Where does she work? But they will say, there is that Ness who was speaking on TV or on radio, and she was exceptional. Well, so that's what I'm trying to do. I'm trying to show people that as nurse, we are smart, we are beautiful, we are confident, and most importantly, we are intelligent, and we have a voice that has significance and a voice that needs to be utilized, especially in a country or in a continent like Africa. So, yeah, that's what I wanted to share with you guys.

And I'm now going to insert the clips from Raising Babies 101. And I'm also going to insert the voiceover records from Radio 702. I'm going to try and download them from their podcast, but if I'm unable to insert them here, I'm going to insert the links to their podcast on my description box. Well, even if I insert them, obviously I'm not going to insert the whole 30 minutes interview. So I'm still going to insert the links to those interviews on my description box.

So if you want to listen to those interviews, please go ahead and click on the links in the description box. But yeah, this is all that I wanted to come on here and say, but you guys will definitely see me again next week. And the other thing that is really delaying me from let me not even make an excuse, okay? I'm going to put out videos. I'm going to put out videos.

I'm not going to make excuse. Whatever that needs to be done. It will be done while I'm putting out videos. Anyways, thank you guys so much for watching this video. I love you all so very much.

And don't forget to subscribe if you're new. And a big thank you and welcome to the people that have been subscribing for the past two weeks when I was my posting video. I'll see you guys on my next one. Bye.

According to UNICEF, South Africa is faced with a triple burden of malnutrition, under nutrition, hidden hunger and overweight among children under five. Stunting and underweight remain the most common nutritional disorders, affecting one out of five children and almost one out of ten children respectively. Also, 10% of the children were classified as overweight and 4% as obese. The immediate causes of malnutrition are linked to inadequate dietary intake and infection. In our studio to share the expertise is busy.

Cue Mafantile, a dietitian anxiety nurse, a professional nurse.

Six months. So from the period of zero to six months, milk is the best and the most recommended nurse. And then if Mama as breastfeeder, then again a fewer formula. But during that period, from zero to six months, you mustn't give anything else. Bojoba, you must not give porridge, soft porridge, which is something that is so common in our households, it should not be given even water.

Carol, my patients always look at me like, how can Jana spent six months without drinking water? But it's being about breast milk and any other milk is that in all the nutrients it's all taken, we're not added to literally from zero to six months. And if we do not do it that way, then we end up resulting the malnutrition, which is one of the reasons our hospital worlds are filled with babies and then busy network. From a dietitian's perspective, I got the shock of my life.

Because I find that when is the right time to start feeding. One time complementary feeding, which means we can introduce after breastfeeding. So usually after six months. So as soon as there's issues of HIV as well. So if the mother introduced her solids before six months, so that means you are mixed feeding or damaged your gut and then as soon as it's damaged, then it's easier for the virus to move from the mother into the child.

So it's not only about malnutritions.

I think Musou mentioned the lining of the child's stomach. It's still too soft and even the antibodies and the child's body, they are not yet strong enough to attack some of the bacterias that may be introduced via wood.

Any nutrients? No vitamins and minerals. You find that as well. Babani diary because it gets damaged and then also being manufactured.

I advise the patient. I got to say how we are for consultations or someone not clinician. Engage with your nurse. Ask questions when you get in a consulting room scaling look at your baby's weight and on top of that when the nurse documents on the baby's route to healthcare you have to look at the plot that the nurse is making this road to healthcare. It has a line which is called the media line.

Is your child beneath the media line? And if the child is beneath the media line, how far is the child? If it is above, how far is the child? The number one same term for you to know her. Malnutrition is with the weight obesity.

Cocoa is not regarded as malnutrition fresh but the honest truth is that is malnutrition. It's not normal and it's not supposed to be like that. Do not only want to see if your child is losing weight but also be vigilant that your child is not gaining too much weight.

Department of Health has came to our rescue and Barfila Manuel doesn't only manage your child's weight but it also shows you what are the correct food to give at a certain age. This one that I have is actually the old book The Blue one. The difference between this one and this one is that at all picture for go through it and you will learn a lot of the things that you are scared to ask in your training. Well, nourished children are better able to grow and learn to participate in their communities and to be resilient to face all the diseases and the disasters out there. How you feel your newborn is the first nutrition decision you make for your child.

How much, what and when to feed your baby can seem rather daunting but in studio to give us all the information you need to start your baby on the right nutritional path. We still have our nurse from earlier Zane also known as Nurse. The nutritional value of Breast Milk We all know that breast milk is best.

Mainly because there is one particular thing about breast milk that you cannot find in any milk in the world and that is antibodies system. Why not look at the antibodies to help fight any type of infection when there is an invasion of a bacteria? Why not look at the antibodies? So breast milk only the antibodies. The mother supplies the child with antibodies so it's like hot to someone.

Else up and about working and I had to resort to formula and mix it with breast milk mocking thing.

But we are not supposed to take hot water and immediately mix it with formula feeds because it now starts to kill some of the nutrients that are in the powder. Now I put the bottom it looks different so you cannot hold it like this and want to call 50 miles like you say on a flat surface and make sure that your 50 miles is 50 miles because if it's above or if it's below then it's going to affect the concentration your Marsh you're going to use the scoop that comes out from the milk that you bought and level it you pour and you count while you are pouring and of course virtually yes if we're not let's say two scoops when it's supposed to be four scoops it means we're not losing weight. While we are talking about reducing the number of spoons let's also be sure that we do not put too much what is expected because now we are also going to end up with a child that has obesity which is also a part of malnutrition and on top of that always make sure you wash your bottles. Sterilize your bottles or you boil them up. Thank you so much, Nessie.

Thank you for giving me kind of thank you. Who is it, Peter easy to prepare your bottles. Just remember all the important facts we gave you and that is easy.

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