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Newborn Intensive Care, 3rd Edition

What Every Parent Needs to Know

American Academy of Pediatrics

Edited By:
Jeanette Zaichkin, RN, MN, NNP-BC
Price:
$ 17.48
Published:
2010
Item Number:
MA0451
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Description

The birth of a baby is a rewarding, exciting and joyful event. But when everything does not go perfectly, and a baby is born prematurely or with an illness, parents may also feel anxious, confused, sad or angry. They want answers to a multitude of questions about their baby’s condition and what will happen in the coming days, weeks and years. 

This newly revised guidebook gives parents of infants in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) the detailed information they need to make sense of their baby’s complicated situation. Newborn Intensive Care: What Every Parent Needs to Know, 3rd edition, was originally developed as a guidebook for parents of NICU patients – but it is so content-rich that it has become a popular reference for medical residents and nursing students, public health nurses and social workers, physicians and nurses in community hospitals, and  other medical professionals.

 Experts in neonatal care have contributed to chapters on:

  • Who’s who in the NICU and how to work with the team
  • The special health needs of a premature infant
  • Feeding your baby
  • Parenting in the NICU
  • Financial concerns
  • Major medical problems of premature and full-term infants
  • Neonatal surgery
  • Coping with severe disabilities or infant loss
  • Heading home from the NICU
  • Future health and development of the growing child

Testimonials

"The new 3rd edition is outstanding...every hospital should have a copy available for preemie parents!"  Allison Martin, www.prematurity.org
 
“This is a wonderful book that can help parents navigate an emotionally challenging time. Intensive care can be stressful and overwhelming for families. Newborn Intensive Care will help parents gain confidence and prepare for discussions with the doctors and nurses caring for their baby.”  — John Kattwinkel, MD, FAAP

About the author

American Academy of Pediatrics

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is an organization of 60,000 member pediatricians dedicated to the health, safety, and well-being of infants, children, adolescents and young adults. One of the major activities of the AAP is providing reliable educational materials for parents and caregivers. Under the direction of a medical editor, content developed by the AAP is rigorously reviewed by appropriate committee members to ensure compliance with the organization's current policy and recommendations.

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