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Dartmouth Atlas of Neonatal Intensive Care By David Goodman et al.
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This Dartmouth Atlas report provides a comprehensive description of population-based patterns of newborn care across regions and hospitals for four large U.S. newborn populations: the U.S. total... More > birth cohort, the Medicaid-insured newborns of Texas, and newborns insured by Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield commercial and Medicaid plans. Similar analyses are also included from a groundbreaking report of Norwegian newborns.< Less
A Mother's Diary: How to Survive the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit By Menetra Hathorn
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A Mother’s Diary: How to Survive the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit is a firsthand account of one woman’s journey. It represents the struggle of thousands of women each year whose babies... More > begin life in the N.I.C.U. During her micropreemie's 119 day hospitalization Mrs. Hathorn was unable to find a book that addressed the mental and emotional trauma she was experiencing. Instead, every book focused on the baby's health. She wanted to know that she wasn’t alone and needed some common sense strategies she could implement to help save herself from drowning in a sea of grief, depression, and anxiety. Not only is A Mother's Diary a book for parents of preemies and other special babies, but it is also designed for relatives, friends, and medical professionals looking for ways to identify with or help these families during their time of need.< Less
Neonatal Intensive Care Nursing (RNC-NIC) Certification Exam Unofficial Review Questions and Answers 2016/17 Edition focusing on General Assessment and Management 120 Unofficial Practice Questions included By ExamREVIEW Medical
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There are several areas of knowledge to be tested on the NIC examination. However, the major focus is on General Assessment and Management and Pathophysiologic States. This product focuses on General... More > Assessment and Management.< Less
Neonatal Intensive Care Nursing (RNC-NIC) Certification Exam Unofficial Review Questions and Answers 2016/17 Edition Focusing on the topics of Pathophysiologic States 65 Unofficial Practice Questions included By ExamREVIEW Medical
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There are several areas of knowledge to be tested on the NIC examination. However, the major focus is on General Assessment and Management and Pathophysiologic States. This product focuses... More > particularly on Assess & Manage Pathophysiologic States.< Less
Our NICU Story: A guided journal for parents to track important milestones during baby's NICU stay. By Jessica McCormick
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A stay in the NICU wasn't part of your baby's birth plan. You and your baby have a long road ahead, one filled with miraculous milestones. This guided journal is a special place for you to track your... More > baby's milestones. One day, you can share this journal with your child to show them just how much they overcame. Includes a daily guided journal to track what happened each night and day, visitors, feeding schedule, and other important statistics.< Less
The Bane of My Life - A Dad's Diary By Darren Bane
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Matthew was born three months early, and spent the first six months of his life at St Michael's Hospital in Bristol, England, which specialises in caring for premature and critically-ill... More > newborns. This record of the emotional rollercoaster his parents experienced may give other parents of premature babies an idea of what to expect, and inspire them to find the strength to believe that where there's life, there's hope because sometimes, miracles do happen.< Less
The Bane of My Life - A Dad's Diary By Darren Bane
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Matthew was born three months early, and spent the first six months of his life at St Michael's Hospital in Bristol, England, which specialises in caring for premature and critically-ill... More > newborns. This record of the emotional rollercoaster his parents experienced may give other parents of premature babies an idea of what to expect, and to inspire them to find the strength to believe that where there's life, there's hope, because sometimes, miracles do happen.< Less
To Russia with Love By Gabrielle Dolphin
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1989 the Berlin Wall fell and Gabrielle Dolphin found her background in anthropology of help to the Heart to Heart International Medical Association and Division of Neonatology at Children's Hospital... More > Oakland in coordinating the logistics transferring a state-of-the-art neonatal intensive care nursery. She later organized her own non-profit humanitarian aid group and traveled with a film crew to document the famous miniature lacquer artists of Palekh Russia, and to provide educational and medical aid to this village.< 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

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