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NICU

 

NICU

abbr.
neonatal intensive care unit

NICU

Abbreviation for:
neonatal intensive care unit (see there)
neurotrauma intensive care unit
neurosurgical intensive care unit

NICU

Abbreviation for neonatal intensive care unit.
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"Short-term exposure to most types of air pollutants may increase the risk for NICU admission.
When the researchers adjusted for other variables to their model, only length of stay in the NICU was related to the development of AD.
Other times, NICU staff might misunderstand situations: If, for example, family members aren't at the hospital often -- because of problems with transportation or getting time off from work -- some staff might judge that.
Then they compared these time intervals to air quality data two weeks before delivery and two weeks after delivery to identify the risk of NICU admission associated with pollution levels.
Phase 1: Enabling--The design team began by setting up the infrastructure required to allow the NICU to be divided into two parts.
In hospital settings such as the NICU discussed here, physiological monitors and ventilators--two healthcare technologies--produce both purposeful sounds that signify important clinical events and disruptive noises that distract and represent unimportant clinical events.
His daughter was in its NICU right after she was born and Lyons realized what an outstanding organization it was.
In the 5-year CLABSI-free period, the NICU cared for more than 1,500 infants.The hospital also has of one of the state's only NicView system an innovative webcam system, which offers secure viewing of NICU to families worldwide.
A 2012 publication reported that only 51% of infants discharged on or after 60 days of age from six Kaiser Permanente NICUs were up to date on recommended immunizations (J Perinatol.
Handing over the incubator to officials of the TGH's Neo-Natal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at the donation ceremony, the Director of iMEM Foundation, Mrs Comfort Aniagyei, pointed out that the gesture was to ensure that the health facility is best placed to deal with the challenges of infant mortality.
Infants cared for in the NICU are the most vulnerable hospitalized infants.
In November 2016, hospital A notified the North Carolina Division of Public Health (NCDPH) that annual tuberculosis screening of neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) staff members identified six health care staff members with newly positive tuberculin skin tests (TSTs).