Category Archives: Neonatology

B.U.M.P.: Why Expectant Parents Need A Baby’s Urgent Medical Plan

‘Better to have, and not need, than to need, and not have’ -Franz Kafka The above quote may be used in many circumstances, but, to me, it aptly sums up … Full Entry »

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10 Considerations When Choosing A NICU: Part Two

According to the March of Dimes, 1 in 10 babies will need neonatal intensive care, which is why it’s important to do your research and ask all of the right … Full Entry »

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10 Considerations When Choosing A NICU: Part One

When you are expecting a baby, it’s easy to become overwhelmed by all of the choices and deciscions you have to make. One of these decisions parents may come face-to-face … Full Entry »

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Clinical Judgments And Research In Neonatal Nutrition

One of the most important changes in medicine in recent years has been an increased emphasis on practicing evidence-based medicine. Physicians and others caring for patients should not rely entirely … Full Entry »

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What Do NICU Levels Mean?

Many hospitals have Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICUs), but not all NICUs are the same. The American Academy of Pediatrics differentiates between units by defining levels of care based on … Full Entry »

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