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June 6th, 2007, 08:01 PM
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15 – Deluxe Underpads 23" X 36"
2 – Plastic Backed Sheets
12 – Gauze Sponge, 4" X 4", 12-ply, sterile
15 – Alcohol Prep Pads
2 – OB Adhesive Pads (dozen)
1 – Peri Bottle
1 – Scrub Brush, Hibiclens, sterile
1 – Povidone, 4 oz.
1 – Bulb Syringe, 2 oz, sterile
2 – Cord Clamps, plastic, sterile
6 – Lubrication Jelly, 3 gram pkgs.
2 – Straws, flexible
1 – Footprinter, disposable
1 – Birth Certificate
1 – Stretch Briefs
1 – Infant Tape Measure
6 – Glove, sterile, single (S, M, L)
3 – Gloves, sterile, pair (S, M, L)
1 – Labor Support Guide
1 – Herbal After-Birth Bath, 8oz.
1 – Infant Hat, 100% cotton


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June 7th, 2007, 06:01 PM
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I'd skip the provodone. If you want an antiseptic, get hibiclens/dynahex (same thing, different trade names). Provodone is not very gentle on the skin.

Also, the scrubbie brush w/ provodone...I'd skip that. Regular handwashing should be great, or you can get the scrubbie that doesn't have anything added to it, so you can use it with soap, and then it can be a little shampoo brush for baby's hair to help with cradle cap and such.
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