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A Parent's Guide to the Late Preterm Infant By Dara Brodsky & Mary Quinn
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This unique comprehensive book offers families of late preterm infants a much needed resource. It contains: 1. A discussion about the hospital environment, care providers, and monitoring that may be... More > needed; 2. A detailed account of medical issues that late preterm infants and their parents might encounter during their baby’s hospital stay; 3. Pictures that help the reader have a clearer understanding of these medical issues; and 4. A dictionary with an explanation of commonly used medical terms.< Less
A Parent's Guide to the Late Preterm Infant By Dara Brodsky & Mary Quinn
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There are more than 300,000 infants born between 34 and 37 weeks’ gestation each year in the United States. Even though these late preterm infants are born just a few weeks early, they often... More > behave more like a preterm infant than a term infant. This unique comprehensive book offers families of late preterm infants a much needed resource. It contains: 1. A discussion about the hospital environment, care providers, and monitoring that may be needed; 2. A detailed account of medical issues that late preterm infants and their parents might encounter during their baby’s hospital stay; 3. Pictures that help the reader have a clearer understanding of these medical issues; and 4. A dictionary with an explanation of commonly used medical terms.< Less
Twenty-Five Weeks By Kristine Bratten
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A detour from the ordinary events of pregnancy and childbirth . . . a path into the less-known world of premature birth, the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) and a crash course in medical... More > terms. According to the March of Dimes, "The preterm birth rate has increased more than 20% since 1990. Prematurity is the leading cause of death in the 1st month of life and even late preterm infants have a greater risk of respiratory distress syndrome (RDS), feeding difficulties, temperature instability (hypothermia), jaundice and delayed brain development. In 2005, preterm birth cost the nation more than $26.2 billion in medical and educational costs and lost productivity. Average first year medical costs were about 10 times greater for preterm than for term infants." Parents of premature babies are no longer a rarity. This book documents our path and the amazing love and support my husband and I received during that period. We hope, a comfort for parents following in our footsteps.< Less
Twenty-Five Weeks By Kristine Bratten
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A detour from the ordinary events of pregnancy and childbirth . . . a path into the less-known world of premature birth, the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) and a crash course in medical... More > terms. According to the March of Dimes, "The preterm birth rate has increased more than 20% since 1990. Prematurity is the leading cause of death in the 1st month of life and even late preterm infants have a greater risk of respiratory distress syndrome (RDS), feeding difficulties, temperature instability (hypothermia), jaundice and delayed brain development. In 2005, preterm birth cost the nation more than $26.2 billion in medical and educational costs and lost productivity. Average first year medical costs were about 10 times greater for preterm than for term infants." Parents of premature babies are no longer a rarity. This book documents our path and the amazing love and support my husband and I received during that period. We hope, a comfort for parents following in our footsteps.< Less
Twenty-Five Weeks By Kristine Bratten
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A detour from the ordinary events of pregnancy and childbirth . . . a path into the less-known world of premature birth, the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) and a crash course in medical... More > terms. According to the March of Dimes, "The preterm birth rate has increased more than 20% since 1990. Prematurity is the leading cause of death in the 1st month of life and even late preterm infants have a greater risk of respiratory distress syndrome (RDS), feeding difficulties, temperature instability (hypothermia), jaundice and delayed brain development. In 2005, preterm birth cost the nation more than $26.2 billion in medical and educational costs and lost productivity. Average first year medical costs were about 10 times greater for preterm than for term infants." Parents of premature babies are no longer a rarity. This book documents our path and the amazing love and support my husband and I received during that period. We hope, a comfort for parents following in our footsteps.< Less
Twenty-Five Weeks By Kristine Bratten
eBook (PDF): $5.99
A detour from the ordinary events of pregnancy and childbirth . . . a path into the less-known world of premature birth, the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) and a crash course in medical... More > terms. According to the March of Dimes, "The preterm birth rate has increased more than 20% since 1990. Prematurity is the leading cause of death in the 1st month of life and even late preterm infants have a greater risk of respiratory distress syndrome (RDS), feeding difficulties, temperature instability (hypothermia), jaundice and delayed brain development. In 2005, preterm birth cost the nation more than $26.2 billion in medical and educational costs and lost productivity. Average first year medical costs were about 10 times greater for preterm than for term infants." Parents of premature babies are no longer a rarity. This book documents our path and the amazing love and support my husband and I received during that period. We hope, a comfort for parents following in our footsteps.< Less

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