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NICU

 

NICU

abbr.
neonatal intensive care unit

NICU

abbreviation for 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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Hynan wrote, "Intensifying the focus in the NICU on the emotional well-being of parents is the next frontier.
In the short term, NICU parents are at risk for postpartum depression (PPD) with the resultant difficulty in establishing good attachment with their babies.
Bohigian, who has worked with newborns for 44 years, since before the NICU opened, said: "Ninety-nine percent of babies that come in here go home now.
Atkins) told us all the way through that she wanted to be a NICU nurse when she grew up," Bloyd said.
She added that given the demand of the services of the hospital, the expansion of the NICU will significantly help the hospital.
Elective procedures like inducing labor prior to 39 weeks of gestation or delivering a baby via C-section at the mother's request are only contributing to complications that send babies to the NICU, these health officials say.
Parents of NICU babies, especially those in the Small Baby Pod, face a hospital stay of six months or longer.
ROC-IT describes a five point framework for the physical therapist with limited or no experience in the NICU to initiate intervention.
Overtime was required to cover resulting staffing shortages within the NICU, staff health and the neonatal follow-up clinic.
NICU the brown bear has been saved from his life in a squalid cage - thanks to caring Sunday Mirror readers.
About 2,000 invitations went out to families of babies who have been cared for in the NICU since it was established in 1977 to care for high-risk newborns - typically babies born prematurely.
This was presented to purposive selected neonatal nurses during a workshop to derive guidelines for empowerment of parents in an NICU.