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Tip 15: hypothermia in preterms

Why are we so careful to keep preterm babies warm?

The first Epicure study revealed that 40% of <26/40 babies had an admission temperature <35ºC, which was… 44 more words

Prematurity

Tip 156: developmental care

Developmental care relates to a broad category of interventions designed to minimise the stress of neonatal intensive care on the preterm infant’s development. Individual approaches, such as kangaroo care, as well as combination approaches, are effective in reducing length of hospitalisation and hospital costs. 14 more words

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Mix 105.1 Interviews Rosie Moore

Dana Taylor Mix 105.1 radio broadcaster interviews Rosie Moore to see what The Gift of Life is all about.

http://mix1051.cbslocal.com/2014/08/12/community-connection-the-gift-of-life/

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27 Miracles

Tip 155: acquired CMV

CMV can be acquired in the neonate (rather than congenital) due to transmission in breast-milk. This is more likely to be symptomatic (hepatitis and pneumonitis) in more premature babies. 41 more words

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The Preemie Food Challenge

The day I passed my twelve week mark during my pregnancy with my son, I began to contemplate how I would breast feed. I hadn’t felt that strongly about something in a long time, and to be quite honest the selfish part of me knew it was easier to lose the pregnancy weight by breast feeding. 1,681 more words

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Tip 154: normal renal length

As a rough guide, the 10th centile for normal renal length (in mm) is equivalent to the baby’s gestation in weeks. E.g. 27/40 = renal length 27mm (10th centile). 22 more words

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Medical Personnel Profile - Sara Hamblin

Every day doctors, nurses, and support staff provide care for preterm infants in the Neo Natal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Recently I spoke with Sara Hamblin, a Registered Nurse who works in the NICU at Riverside Health System in Newport News, Virginia. 979 more words

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