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Dr. Xochitl Lisa Vallejos Jan 23
Replying to @ExistentiaLISA
I felt her strength & it made me strong. He was born at 11:17 am on January 24. He was 2 weeks early and almost 9 lbs. I held him briefly before he was whisked away to the . That would be the last time I would hold him without cords & IV’s on his body.
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Nico’s Mama 6h
Nico was in the icu recently and while there I met another . She was still in the early days of the NICU. We started talking and it made me realize there are things I wish someone had said to me when we were in those early days. So here we go: (1/20)
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UR GCH Quality Team Jan 21
Of 12 units winners, 1 ANGEL Award recipient was selected to become the Pediatric Service Nurse of The Year. Our 2019 winner is Cyndey Burns from . She received multiple peer nominations for her dedication & advocacy for our tiniest patients and their families.
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Yaser Al-Bal'awi 16h
Your limitation , it's only your imagination 🌿
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Lakeridge Health Foundation Jan 23
Dr. Mahmoud Sakran at was recently recognized through Circle of Gratitude by the team. The team felt inspired to give after seeing Dr. Sakran support a new Mom in their care by translating between her and the team. Congrats Dr. Sakran!
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🅻 🅸 🅽 🅳 🆂 20h
Proud of my other little one for kicking ass in the NICU. Keep growing & keep fighting, darling! 👊💖
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noellie775 Jan 24
Your nurses are amazing!! Thank you all from the Asuncion family! We are so grateful!!!!
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Prolacta Bioscience Jan 21
This article explores patient safety strategies for storing, mixing, and delivering human milk as recommended from the Infant and Pediatric Feedings: Guidelines for Preparation of Human Milk and Formula in Health Care Facilities, third edition.
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Hugo RN Paeds 15h
Got the NICU secondment to start at the end of March! So excited for a new challenge to expand my skills🥳🥳
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Angie R Garza Jan 19
Day 179: sometimes I think he wants to talk! Haha. He’s getting back to his normal self. Still loves his pacifier. I love all his face expressions. He’s just so beautiful to me.
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vCreate Jan 23
Claire received this update from the at John Radcliffe: “This one meant the world to me, I was having a bad day and struggling, staff saw this and sent me my own personal message. Again, it got me through the night. Truly the best idea ever!” ❤️
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Catherine Jayaram 10h
Replying to @islasjourney
I only learned this recently. It’s interesting that the writers seem to believe he remembered it. My 4 year old spoke the other day of being really sick in “the box” when we drove past the hospital. We’ve never really discussed that time with her..
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Lauren Huff Jan 23
RN opportunities on night shift with the TOP rated Golisano Children's Hospital of SW FL. Temporarily offering up to $25,000 hiring incentive due to our booming population. NICU Careers: Qs? Lauren.Huff@LeeHealth.org
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preemiejewels 12h
Hi Twitter,does anyone have an idea of where I can get information on how many NICUs are available in Nigeria and where they are?. Pls retweet.
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halieisnotonfire Jan 24
Always missing you the most at night before I go to sleep😭❤💔
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Mirissolutions Jan 23
Preterm babies require special nutrition to support faster weight gain and growth. Learn more about and why analyze the nutrients in .
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Rachel Corry Jan 21
The never leaves you, you never truly leave the NICU. 4 years ago today we were waiting for Hugo to get a slot for surgery, the same day as his “partner in crime” Emilee sadly died. I remember that day as if it was yesterday. 💜
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Afroqween Cosplay 17h
This is how she feels about"fortified" breastmilk.
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Beam Legal Team LLC Jan 23
In a recent blog, we discuss how long a baby can survive without oxygen. Find out more
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SPOONS Charity Jan 24
Fantastic presentation from Ainsley & Neil we're very much looking forward to catching up with you guys soon. Thank you for putting families needs at the centre of the care you provide
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