Hospital Peanut Ball Training InformationPEANUT BALL TRAINING FOR NURSES
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Educational Resources for Nurses
We love working with hospitals. Learning how to integrate the Peanut Ball into their program. We provide hospital Peanut Ball training resources for nurses. These resources are perfect for:
- Nursing skills lab
- Training nurses on the proper use of the Peanut Ball
- Determining the correct size and position for their patient in labor
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FREE GIFT TO YOU!
As our gift to you, we have a Free PDF Peanut Ball Labor and Delivery Nurse Packet for hospitals, nurses, and midwives. In the comments section, include where you work when you request it here. It includes: sizes of peanut balls for your unit, different peanut ball positions, how to size Peanut Balls for each patient, and the evidence based research on the Peanut Ball.
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Improve Patient Satisfaction
71 % positive feedback from laboring women- Payton, Carol L., “Use of the Peanut Ball to Decrease First and Second Stages of Labor” (2015).
Peanut Ball Decreases the Length of Labor
Reduce the length of labor by 90 min during the first stage of labor and 22 min during the second stage of labor-Tussey and Botsios, “Decrease the length of labor with the use of a labor ball with patients that receive an epidural” (2011).
Peanut Ball Decreases the Cesarean Rates
Cesarean rates were impressive as well, with a percentage 13 points lower- Alltucker, Ken “Peanut ball’ reducing C-section rate ” (2011)
The nursing staff appreciate using and many of our physicians love for us to use the peanut balls!! We do feel like they decrease the length of first and second stage labor in anesthetized patients and are also helpful positioning aids for moms using Natural Childbirth. They are fun, whimsical, yet very useful tools for labor and birth! Thank you for creating information on how to use them!Lynn Jeter, MSN, RNC-OB, C-EFM