LDRP


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LDRP

 
labor, delivery, recovery, postpartum; see under room..

LDRP

An acronym for Labor, Delivery, Recovery, Postpartum that describes a maternity unit designed for family-centered care. Women in labor and their families complete normal childbearing experiences in one homelike room. The newborn may remain at the bedside thoughout the stay.
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The facility, which currently employs a four-bed labor, delivery, recovery, and postpartum room (LDRP) model, is experiencing more than twice as many annual births than when it first opened in 2000, and anticipates substantial future increases resulting from physician recruitment.
Another highlight of the evening will be the presentation of the “Nurse-of-the-Year” award to two Saddleback Memorial Medical Center registered nurses: one representing the NICU and the other from Labor, Delivery, Recovery, Post-Partum (LDRP), who have demonstrated their service and commitment to the hospital and their patients.
How far we have come from recognizing that birth at home is the standard of care was again evidenced by a newspaper article about the new ldrp rooms at a Detroit hospital.
So do the huge patient rooms, which, at 395 square feet, are designed to accommodate the mother's labor, delivery, recovery, and postpartum stages (LDRP), as well as the needs of co-parents and other children.
The facility also includes a state-of-the-art, four-bed ICU suite, with separate patient and public elevators, a 21 -bed medical surgery floor combined with a 10-bed behavioral health unit, and shell space for a four-bed LDRP and nursery.
The hospital for women and infants includes fetal assessment and triage, antepartum beds, LDRP beds, C-section rooms, 52 NICU beds, a three-suite Birth Center, and a dedicated NICU MRI, and a procedure room within the floor.
Notable features Include: 30 private medical/surgical bedrooms; eight private and four semi-private gero-psych patient rooms with related activity areas; six private critical-care patient rooms; a Women's Center with four LDRP rooms, six postpartum rooms, an eight-position nursery and a C-section room; two general purpose operating rooms and one orthopedic operating room; an expanded Emergency Department with 13 exam/treatment rooms, including two trauma rooms; seven post-anesthetic care stations; a 12-position ambulatory care unit; and one endoscopy suite, one special procedure room, and one room for pain management procedures.
These 11 journals include (a) Exceptional Children (EC), (b) Journal of Special Education (JSE), (c) Remedial and Special Education (RASE), (d) Journal of Special Education Technology (JSET), (e) Education and Treatment of Children (ETC), (f) Learning Disabilities Research & Practice (LDRP), (g) Journal of Learning Disabilities (JLD), (h) Learning Disability Quarterly (LDQ), (i) Behavioral Disorders (BD), (j) Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disabilities (JEBD), and (k) Education and Training in Developmental Disabilities (ETDD).
Framing the perimeter of the department are the LDRP rooms.