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Premature babies born in poverty are four times less likely to be ready for school, researchers at the University of Chicago found. Advances in neonatal care enabled two-thirds of premature babies born with respiratory problems to be ready for school at an appropriate age, the researchers write in the July issue of the journal Pediatrics. Premature babies born to poor families, however, were more likely to have lower functional and perceptual skills, reduced vocabulary and sensory impairment,...
Pioneering Doctor Developed APGAR Score, Established Perinatology as a Medical Specialty WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.
Children's National Moves Newborn into State-of-the-Art Neonatal Intensive Care Unit WASHINGTON, May 18 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Twenty-nine fragile newborns have a new home at Children's National Medical Center.
Neonatologists begin new era of treatment to save tiniest babies CLEVELAND, March 25 /PRNewswire/ -- NICU provides individual rooms with sleep accommodations so parents can stay with their infants 24/7 in homelike setting.
February 25-27th at the Doubletree Hotel in Oak Brook, IL CHICAGO, Jan.
BRANFORD, Conn., Oct. 14, 2008 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- CAS Medical Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq:CASM), a leader in noninvasive monitoring that is vital to patient care, today announced that Children's National Medical Center in Washington, DC will participate in CASMED's Center of Excellence Program.
By Catherine Vonledebur CHILDREN'S nurse Lucy Bradley has won a new award for students at Coventry University. The 31-year-old has been chosen as the Grace Research Fund's Neonatal Nurse of the Year. She was chosen from nine nurses studying a nine-month neonatal care module at Coventry University.
The National Association of Neonatal Nurses (NANN) is pleased to announce the inaugural recipients of the OVATION Neonatal Nursing Career Path Scholarship program made possible through a grant from OVATION Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
There is a "serious" shortage of nurses providing care to babies born prematurely or with specialist needs and hospitals are struggling to meet demand, a committee of MPs said today.
By Orenstein, Beth W In early September, Paulette