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2014-02-18 23:29:00

A new guide detailing what is needed to become a Neonatal Nurse, published by the number-one online nursing resource, was just released here: http://nursing100.com/neonatal-nurse/. Columbus, OH (PRWEB) February 18, 2014 Author of this nursing career guide, Elizabeth Hansen, said the report, which persons searching for the requirements to become a Neonatal Nurse, covers such details as Salary Data, Job Description, Education, Certification & Licensing, Job Outlook, plus several...

2014-02-11 23:03:35

The median salary for a neonatal nurse in the United States is approximately $65,000 per year, according to a newly released study published by the online publication, Nursing100.com. The details of the salary data can be found here: http://nursing100.com/neonatal-nurse/. Columbus, OH (PRWEB) February 11, 2014 The post also showed the lowest 10 percent neonatal nurses earn an average of $44,190 per year, while the highest 10 percent earn about $95,130. “Nurses working in a neonatal...

2012-04-04 10:59:22

Half of all premature babies now born in specialized center Neonatal services in England have seen a considerable improvement since the introduction of new guidelines in 2003, a study published on bmj.com claims. The new guidelines were set out to help increase the proportion of premature babies born in a specialist care unit and reduce the amount of acute (within 24 hours of birth) postnatal transfers from one hospital to another. The specialized delivery and management of premature...

2011-12-29 06:31:07

(Ivanhoe Newswire) -- In 1989, Madeline Mann became the world's smallest surviving baby after she was born at Loyola University Medical Center. She weighed 280 g. (9.9 oz.) -- about the size of an iPhone. In 2004. Rumaisa Rahmam set a Guinness World Record after she was born at Loyola, weighing 260 g. (9.2 oz.). Remarkably, Madeline and Rumaisa both have normal motor and language development. Rumaisa remains the world's smallest surviving baby, and Madeline now is the world's fourth...


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