5 edition of Parents of Premature Infants found in the catalog.
by Whurr Publishers
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||310|
the infant contracting infections while hospitalized, which would significantly increase the number of days in the hospital. Another major reason that a premature infant may be discharged earlier is to keep medical costs reduced allowing the NICU to target their resources toward the higher risk infants requiring more intensive care. Participants. Twenty-one Italian couples (21 mothers and 19 fathers) of preterm infants and 29 Italian couples (29 mothers and 23 fathers) of full-term babies were contacted, who were recruited for a larger, longitudinal study that wanted to investigate the role of mothers and fathers on the neuropsychological development outcome of healthy preterm babies from birth until preschool age.
This book is a gentle and soothing story for parents and babies who celebrate tiny moments in the NICU. Illustrated by Shelly Hehenberger and written by Sandra M. Lane MA SLP and Brenda S. Miles PhD, The Moment You Were Born was released Octo in time for Prematurity Awareness Month in November in the USA and World Prematurity Day on. This book was a life-saver when our son was born 10 weeks premature. It explains all the procedures and complications of prematurity in a friendly, honest, and comprehensive way. I would say it is a necessity for any parent facing the challenge of a premature baby/5.
The book became a companion for huge numbers of parents of premature babies and a resource widely appreciated by medical experts, as attested to by the outstanding reviews it has received. Ten years after the first edition, an updated, second edition was published in November Premature Baby Books Excellent gifts: Recommended books for parents, children, professionals and volunteers. How Can I Help? Twenty Do's and Don'ts When Talking to Parents of a Preemie Baby Advice on what to say and do (and avoid!) when your friend or relative has a baby in Neonatal Intensive Care Hospital (NICU).
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Parenting a premature baby can be a profoundly difficult and isolating experience, but never assume you are alone. Studies show that parents of preemies who connect with NICU parents (virtually or in person) feel less anxiety and depression, which is why we have made it our purpose to ensure that every parent gets support after premature birth.
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The Premature Baby Book is the result of seven years of intense research into medical literature, and of interview with neonatologists, intensive care nurses, social workers, therapists and hundreds of parents of prematures. From her research and personal experience, Helen Harrison knows exactly what parents want and need to know to deal with the emotional, medical, and practical issues Cited by: Preemies: The Essential Guide for Parents of Premature Babies Dana Wechsler Linden, et al.
Pocket Books, Written by a neonatologist and two mothers of premature infants, this book includes a variety of information about preemies, from pregnancy to early childhood. It also includes growth charts and extra resources related to premature infants.
The Premature Baby Book: Everything You Need to Know about Your Premature Baby from Birth to Age One. William Sears, Martha Sears, James Sears & Robert Sears, $ This newest guide from the Sears family focuses on the essential needs of premature babies and offers the tools and advice parents need to become comfortable with their often.
Your Premature Baby and Child: Helpful Answers and Advice for Parents Amy E. Tracy, Dianne I. Maroney This book is an essential resource for every parent of a premature baby.
It continues the story of caring for your premature baby from the point where other books stop. The Premature Baby Book: Everything You Need to Know About Your Premature Baby from Birth to Age One (Sears Parenting Library) Martha Sears RN.
out of 5 stars Paperback. $ Only 15 left in stock (more on the way).Cited by: 9. But with a book, all the parent has to do is read.
Bringing books to the NICU. Mustafa S. Suterwala, MD, a pediatrician and development specialist with. Pediatrix Medical Group of Texas, an affiliate of MEDNAX, has always been an advocate for reading to infants. Premature babies may struggle with delays in speech and development, which is why.
Childhood immunisations guide for the parents of premature babies (born on or after 1 January ) Ref: PHE gateway number / product code P PDF, KB, 2 pages. Supporting preemie parents with over articles and resources to learn about and cope with impacts of premature birth.
Sincethe Prematurity website and Preemie Child support group is the first and only major preemie parent organization for the growing population of older preemies. Parents of extremely premature infants needed various forms of emotional support at the NICU, including support from staff, professional psychological help and/or companionship with other patients’ parents.
Parents were highly variable in their desire to discuss their emotional state with staff. The respective roles of nursing staff, social. Preemies: The Essential Guide for Parents of Premature Babies (Pocket Books, ). This book's question-and-answer format delivers tips on everything from intensive care to : Susanne Golden.
By Dana Wechsler Linden, Emma Trenti Paroli, and Mia Wechsler Doron, the creators of the award-winning MyPreemie app. Preemies is the only parents’ reference resource of its kind—delivering up-to-the-minute information on medical care of premature babies in a warm, caring, and engaging voice.
Authors Dana Wechsler Linden and Emma Trenti Paroli are preemie parents who have “been there.”. Teresa Pitman Originally published Septupdated June and republished with the express permission of the author. Breastfeeding premature babies: how it promotes better health, but rarely happens.
What helps mothers who want to breastfeed a premature baby. About ten years ago, I was writing an article for a magazine about breastfeeding a premature baby.
I Read More. “This is the best book I’ve ever read for parents of premature infants. It’s accurate, up-to-date, and contains the answers to just about every question I’ve ever been asked.”—Jerold F.
Lucey, M.D., Editor Emeritus, Pediatrics “Although one out of ten children born in this country is born prematurely, until now there has never been an [ ]. Use easy-to-follow management algorithms to help diagnose and manage common issues in premature infants after discharge.
Make effective decisions about screening, immunizations, counseling of parents, and more. Help families deal with the emotional impact of caring for a premature infant. The Preemie Parents' Companion: The Essential Guide to Caring for Your Premature Baby in the Hospital, at Home and Through the First Year, by Susan L.
Madden, William Sears M.D., and Jane E. Buy The Premature Baby Book: Everything You Need to Know about Your Premature Baby from Birth to Age One (Sears Parenting Library) by Sears, William (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: The following books have been reviewed and recommended for parents looking to teach children about their own journey through prematurity or looking to support the sibling of a preemie.
For even more books for children, specifically siblings of premature babies, visit our Sibling Support section of the Hand to Hold website. This is the best book to offer hope to the parents of premature infants. My son was born at 32 weeks and I was worried about everything.
After reading this book I realized that we were going to be just fine. It made me realize that we were not alone and that we were very lucky.5/5(11). The Premature Baby Book: A Parents Guide to Coping and Caring in the First Years: Harrison, Helen, Kositsky, Ann: Books - “ Finally, the ultimate “go to” book on all the challenges big and small that parents and families may encounter when they have a sick or very premature baby.
Together, Karen and Tammy have combined decades of clinical expertise caring for babies acutely in the NICU but what sets them apart for being uniquely primed to write a book for.Preemie Parents-Preemie Parents was started by Tami Gaines, a mama of 4 children, two of which were premature twins.
Tami shares her journey in her new book, Preemie Parents: 26 Ways to Grow With Your Premature Baby. Tami also shares a myriad of resources and .