sick baby

sick baby

A UK term for an infant admitted to a neonatal unit without qualifying the intensity of care required.
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Every woman that had a sick baby brought it along, and every woman that hadn't, borrowed one.
A HIGH Court judge has ruled that a sick baby whose mother is a Jehovah's Witness should have a blood transfusion.
GPHC provides care to all babies and does NOT turn away any sick baby that arrives.
A sick baby tests Offred and Serena Joy, who forges Fred's signature to allow the child's birth mother access.
WHY did the cash-strapped NHS spend hundreds of thousands of pounds in the courts defending its decision to "terminate" the life support and treatment of a very sick baby? Understandably, the parents of Alfie Evans wanted to exhaust all options.
Caroline Lee-Davey, chief executive of premature and sick baby charity Bliss, says: "It is deeply concerning to see a rise in infant mortality rates.
By EMMA DAVISON emma.davison@trinitymirror.com @EmmaDavison10 AN AGGRESSIVE beggar who went to an elderly couple's home and demanded money claiming she had a sick baby has avoided jail.
And sympathy, too, for Great Ormond Street Hospital doctors who believe the untested treatment would add to his pain, and believe Charlie should be allowed to die with dignity, Never forget that caught in this clash over the rights of parents and doctors representing the public good is a very sick baby. If we cry for anybody, we should cry for Charlie.
LONDON A COUPLE who want to take their sick baby son to the US for treatment continue their legal battle at the Supreme Court.
'I could have also been with my sick baby but I'm with them.'
Premature and sick baby charity Bliss, which carried out the study, said there has been "significant and welcome progress" in developing these services in the past 15 years.
In this beautiful, menacing novel, an anxious boy becomes convinced that angels will save his sick baby brother.