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Andrea Lammers-Pottage 3m
Happy 1st Birthday Andy! Can’t believe this is where we were one year ago today! You have changed our lives!
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March of Dimes 4h
“Because babies who have been in the NICU are more likely than other babies to get sick, it is very important to limit their exposure to germs," said Melissa Gehl, March of Dimes director of Innovation.
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Iyad Al-Muzaffar 3h
Applications of for pain relief in is worthy of further research.
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Emily Ost Oct 14
Happy due date little fighter 💙
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Prolacta Bioscience 3h
Do you know a baby in the ? If so, share ’s newsletter on human milk. It’s a free comprehensive resource to help parents understand the types of nutrition available to their preemie in the NICU and how to be their baby’s advocate.
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Synova Associates 4h
We love seeing the ways nurses celebrate Halloween in the !
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Ann🌻 2h
I was born and I found the nurse who took care of me most of my stay in the hospital and Sunday we going to meet up for coffee after 27 years!! 💕
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Odessa Regional Medical Center 6h
Introducing our October Miracle of the Month, Jagger! Jagger had a stroke two weeks prior to his birth and look at him now! He has been able to accomplish things against all odds!
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Liz Squires 49m
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J 10h
1-this painting was done by Lori Christopher it has special significance for me as it was in the news when I knew I wasn’t taking home my baby boy. waiting for the inevitable to happen was torture he died after fighting 16 hours
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NICU Momma Oct 12
Fighting myself about making a decision about...Should I tell the Drs to go ahead with the trach? Or should I continue to wait for Boston Children'sto answer us? Is it worth putting him through all this when there is a good chance the Trach is the only option?
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islasjourney 55m
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Ni-Q 23h
Nearly 10% of babies born in the U.S. are born prematurely and the rates of preterm birth are going up. Our most vulnerable deserve the best nutrition from the start. Learn what makes us different:
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SouthmeadHospCharity 14h
Children who are born premature may ‘catch up’ educationally despite lower test scores in their early education, a research study funded by Southmead Hosptial Charity has found. Read more
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Ni-Q Oct 18
Even if you can't hold your baby right away, you can still let your know he's loved. How to Bond With Your Preemie at the Hospital
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RealityMoms Oct 18
The moves in waves & for some babies, those waves crash as fast & furious as tsunamis & for others the swells are interspersed with long periods of boredom. If there is ever a place you hope to be bored, it’s the NICU. via
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Project Sweet PeasGL 23h
11 Memory Boxes, 22 Hallowe'en Bags, 24 NICU costumes, and 50 NICU graduation certificates delivered to iuhealtharnett and myfranciscan today in
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James Wongsodiwirjo Jr. Oct 17
Replying to @jestermedia795
3. Check in everyday. When she was admitted prior to birth, we visited every day. When the baby was in ,we backed off. Your friend will be scared for her baby’s health more than her own.Example📲:“How you are, & how is the baby?& for days she didn’t answer, she just said,OK"
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Prolacta Bioscience 5h
Miracles happen everyday in the ...here's a story of one miracle baby to start your Friday off right...😊
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ProgenyHealth, LLC 9h
Meet the experts in UM and CM at the Annual Conference. has a proven solution for these complex cases. Meet our team at booth #20.
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