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Integrated Neonatal Intensive Care: Intensive Care for Baby at the Mother’s Bedside
The traditional model of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) has separated babies from their mothers after delivery to receive intensive care in a different unit. This has the potential to increase parental anxiety and ...
Paternal Involvement and Breastfeeding Support
Problem: Breastfeeding duration is not meeting national goals according to the CDC (82%).|Background: Breastfeeding has many benefits for a baby's health and development as well as for the mother and the bonding between ...
Implementation and Evaluation of the Sacred Hour Protocol for Well-Appearing Term Infants affected by Maternal Chorioamnionitis
Background: Newborns affected by maternal chorioamnionitis in the project hospital were immediately admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) after delivery eliminating the possibility of completing the hospital’s ...