Thiobarbituric Reactive Substances as a marker of oxidative stress to detect sepsis and predict outcome in hospitalized neonatal foals: a multicenter study
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How do neonatal nurses involve parents in decision-making regarding kangaroo care in neonatal intensive care: a mixed methods study. Verstraeten, M.G. (2015)Background: Being confronted with a premature birth and a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) can be distressing for parents and influences their sense of parental identity negatively. Involving parents in decisions can ...
Exploring frequencies of sleep and sleep-wake states in neonates admitted to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Versantvoort, J.M.D. (2018)Background: There is increasing evidence about the influence of sleep on neonatal brain development. Sleep deprivation in the neonatal period has short- and long-term negative impact on breathing patterns, brain development ...
Unscheduled conversations with parents in Neonatal Intensive Care Noort, C. van (2021)Title: Unscheduled conversations with parents in neonatal intensive care Background: Parents often speak to nurses at their infant’s bedside and have indicated that these conversations can be very important. During these ...