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Lullabies Help Keep Preterm Babies Alive: Study

Lullabies Help Keep Preterm Babies Alive: Study | Neonatal Nursing | Scoop.it
Premature babies who are born before 37 weeks or are under weight are more vulnerable when compared to the full term babies and require special care and treatment.

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Andrew McCluskey's curator insight, June 21, 2013 2:19 PM

If music were human it would wear its underpants on the outside!

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Bronx hospital offers cuddling service for preemie babies - CBS News

Bronx hospital offers cuddling service for preemie babies - CBS News | Neonatal Nursing | Scoop.it
Bronx hospital offers cuddling service for preemie babies
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"It's often hard for parents to be here 24-7," Cindy Running, nurse manager of St. Luke's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, told the Sioux City Journal.
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Nicole Coddington's curator insight, March 3, 2014 10:56 AM

This hospital is offering cuddling services for babies who's parents can be there to administer kangaroo care as often as they'd like the child to receive it. Special nurses are being granted permission to carry out kangaroo care with these sick infants, as it has been proven to stabilize vital signs and aid in development.

Kayla Hood's curator insight, April 28, 2014 1:19 PM

The bronx hospital offers cuddling sessions for infants who cant be their for them 24/7. The kangaroo skin to skin contact increases their vital organs and increases their growth upon development.

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NICU nurses part of 11-hospital study to examine benefits of music for preemies - Nurse.com

NICU nurses part of 11-hospital study to examine benefits of music for preemies - Nurse.com | Neonatal Nursing | Scoop.it
NICU nurses part of 11-hospital study to examine benefits of music for preemies
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Joanne Loewy, director of Beth Israel's Louis Armstrong Center for Music and Medicine, plays guitar for baby Tiana Jackson and her parents.
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Kayla Hood's curator insight, March 27, 2014 10:16 AM
Music therapy for premature babies benefits the kid and parents. A study was done on a little premature baby who kept calm to a song called "For Baby", the girl was treated again before a surgery . The little girl used to listen to that song, and her mom used to rock a radio in her arms because it helped her remind herself of her kid. When choosing music they don't no what they may like so they don't want to play to much and over stimulate their little bodies. Before the music study, they put babies in incubators and let them sleep.
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Premature Babies Used As Lab Rats In Manipulated Vaccine Trials

Premature Babies Used As Lab Rats In Manipulated Vaccine Trials | Neonatal Nursing | Scoop.it
A vaccination trial on premature babies funded by GlaxoSmithKline...just by reading this study through anyone with an ounce of sense can see that it is weighted in favor of the researchers.

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Kayla Hood's curator insight, April 28, 2014 12:19 PM
This article talks about how the premature babies were used as lab rats to test multiple vaccinations. Such as the rotavirus, 998 babies were being tested on between the ages of 27-36 weeks of age. They experienced the side effects of vomiting, appetite loss, and a fever of 39.5 degrees c.
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Got Breast Milk? Milk Banks Offer Help To Women Who Can't Breastfeed - CBS Local

Got Breast Milk? Milk Banks Offer Help To Women Who Can't Breastfeed - CBS Local | Neonatal Nursing | Scoop.it
Got Breast Milk? Milk Banks Offer Help To Women Who Can't Breastfeed
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“Even though it was a lot of work, it was really important for me to do this, because I didn't have my own baby to nurse.
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