sick baby

sick baby

A UK term for an infant admitted to a neonatal unit without qualifying the intensity of care required.
Mentioned in ?
References in classic literature ?
Every woman that had a sick baby brought it along, and every woman that hadn't, borrowed one.
Belgrade, Jumada I 23, 1436, Mar 14, 2015, SPA -- A Serbian military helicopter carrying seven people, including a sick baby, crashed on the outskirts of Belgrade early Saturday, the Serbian defense ministry said.
Geordie has personal problems, meanwhile, with a sick baby.
The new NICU will consist of private single and twin rooms where families can be together while their premature or critically sick baby is hospitalized.
Bliss, which provides support to families, published a report entitled "It's not a game: the very real costs of having a premature or sick baby in Wales", based on a survey of parents, and responses from 10 Welsh neonatal units.
Earlier, a sick baby was brought to the consulate for treatment.
While his pregnant wife Kate Middleton is on bed rest, Prince William airlifted a sick baby from Northern Ireland to England, (http://www.
A DESPERATE dad is to donate his stem cells to his sick baby - despite knowing the treatment could make his condition even worse.
An American University assistant anthropology professor ignited a firestorm of criticism after she breast-fed her sick baby while teaching a class.
London, September 13 ( ANI ): A college professor, who breastfed her sick baby during class, is "shocked and annoyed" that the incident has sparked debate on campus.
ACTOR Martin Clunes has stepped in to help a sick baby who played his son in the hit TV show Doc Martin.
A FAMILY are taking part in a sponsored mountain climb to raise funds for the treatment of a sick baby girl.