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Preemie Parents

Author : Lisa McDermott-Perez
ISBN : 0275989062
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 83.60 MB
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This guide for parents of premature babies describes the emotional trauma that accompanies being the parent of a premature baby, and offers ways Rpreemie parentsS can regain their stability, strength, and peace of mind.
Category: Family & Relationships

Preemies Second Edition

Author : Dana Wechsler Linden
ISBN : 9781476735559
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 72.38 MB
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The comprehensive “Dr. Spock”-like reference that is both reassuring and realistic—now updated to reflect the many advances in neonatology. Preemies, Second Edition is the only parents’ reference resource of its kind—delivering up-to-the-minute information on medical care in a warm, caring, and engaging voice. Authors Dana Wechsler Linden and Emma Trenti Paroli are parents who have “been there.” Together with neonatologist Mia Wechsler Doron, they answer the dozens of questions that parents will have at every stage—from high-risk pregnancy through preemie hospitalization, to homecoming and the preschool years—imparting a vast, detailed store of knowledge in clear language that all readers can understand. Preemies, Second Edition covers topics related to premature birth, including: What are your risk factors for having a premature baby? Can you do something to delay early labor? What do doctors know about you baby’s outlook during her first minutes and days of life? How will your preemie’s progress be monitored? How do you cope with a long hospitalization? Are there special preparations for you baby’s homecoming? What kind of stimulation during the first year gives your baby the best chance? Will your preemie grow up healthy? Normal?
Category: Health & Fitness

The Preemie Parents Companion

Author : Susan L. Madden
ISBN : 9781558321359
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 62.9 MB
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For parents of the nearly 300,000 babies born prematurely each year, Susan L. Madden has written The Preemie Parents Companion .
Category: Family & Relationships

A Preemie Parent S Survival Guide To The Nicu

Author : Megan Grandinetti
ISBN : 9781483536088
Genre : Medical
File Size : 70.10 MB
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A Preemie Parent's Survival Guide to the NICU details the journey of Megan Grandinetti and her husband during their NICU stay with their daughter Sofie. Sofie was born at 26 weeks and stayed for a tumultuous 5 months in the hospital. Megan gives new parents of preemies pieces of advice she wishes she had been told coming into the NICU. Through 18 personal tips, Megan paints a colorful overview of Sofie's time in the hospital, and the things she feels were critical to her family's success.
Category: Medical

Preemie Parents

Author : Tami C. Gaines
ISBN : 1416206302
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 72.8 MB
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In PREEMIE PARENTS Tami C. Gaines addresses the emotional aspect of being a preemie parent and delivers a positive message of hope and action. She is truly an authority on this subject as she's lived the experience firsthand. Both her children were preemies (she gave birth to twins after only 25 weeks (her daughter spent 3-1/2 months in the neonatal intensive care unit, her son spent over 18 months). PREEMIE PARENTS is an inspiring, personal guide that will help parents of preemies learn valuable lessons in coping and becoming effective advocates for their children.
Category: Family & Relationships

The Preemie Parent S Survival Guide To The Nicu

Author : Nicole Conn
ISBN : 173484700X
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Taking a different view on supporting families who have just been exposed to the NICU, little man Writer/Director Nicole Conn and Founder of Preemie Magazine, Deb Discenza have joined forces to create the "must-have and essential handbook to surviving the NICU.
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Your Premature Baby And Child

Author : Amy E. Tracy
ISBN : 042516506X
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 64.43 MB
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A guide for parents of premature infants covers homecoming, medical concerns, feeding, early development, and school issues
Category: Family & Relationships

Parenting Your Premature Baby And Child

Author : Deborah L. Davis
ISBN : 1555915116
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 68.48 MB
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Offers advice to parents of premature babies on such topics as coping with the difficulties involved in caring for a premature infant, communicating with hospital staff, and determining the viability of future pregnancies.
Category: Family & Relationships

Primary Care Of The Premature Infant

Author : Dara Brodsky
ISBN : 9781416000396
Genre : Medical
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Our understanding of the management of diseases in the premature infant has changed dramatically in recent years, and it can be quite difficult to remain up-to-date on changes in this highly scientific field. Dr. Brodsky and Ms. Ouellette have worked together to create a comprehensive reference that covers both the pathophysiology and epidemiology of problems occurring in premature babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, and the management of these problems once the infant has been released from the NICU to a community practice. The book emphasizes specific diseases that affect premature infants and focuses on two primary categories: background and management in the NICU, and management of specific illnesses after discharge from the NICU. Find information quickly using an up-to-date summary of the problems that are likely to affect the premature infant. Review helpful guidelines on feeding and growth, neurologic outcomes, developmental problems, retinopathy of prematurity, bronchopulmonary dysplasia, and much more. 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.. Access a list of disease-specific websites for clinicians and families.
Category: Medical

Preemie Parents Tips To Get You Thru The Nicu

Author : Jennifer Driscoll
ISBN : 0999415174
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 31.11 MB
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The Preemie Parents' Tips to Get You Thru the NICU will "hold" parents of premature babies' hands while they navigate the stressful, challenging time having a baby in the NICU. The book includes tips, advice, packing lists, journal prompts, and more.
Category: Family & Relationships

Understanding The Nicu

Author : Gary Weiner
ISBN : 1610020480
Genre : FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS
File Size : 66.12 MB
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"Features family stories and guidance"--Cover.
Category: FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS

Preemie Voices

Author : Saroj Saigal
ISBN : 9781460249147
Genre : Medical
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The birth of a very premature baby is a shock for parents. The immediate anxiety about whether their infant will survive quickly leads to concerns about their child’s future quality of life. In this inspiring and informative book, young people who were born weighing less than two pounds, three ounces provide candid and personal stories about their lives, challenges and accomplishments. Now in their thirties, these men and women were cared for at McMaster University Hospital in Hamilton, Ontario, soon after the introduction of newborn intensive care. Dr. Saroj Saigal, a renowned and award-winning neonatologist at McMaster, adds several chapters that outline the history of neonatology, describes recent medical and technological innovations, and explains how many extremely premature babies go on to enjoy fulfilling lives. Her chapters give the answer of a caring specialist to the inevitable question, “What next?” Written for a lay audience, Preemie Voices will move you to tears of admiration and amazement at the remarkable resilience of these tiny survivors. This unique collection of stories will not only provide encouragement and hope for parents who have given birth to a tiny preemie, but will inspire others who will be in awe at the achievements of these infants – both with and without disabilities – who were born too early. Watch the video documentary of a few participants from Preemie Voices at www.saigalpreemievoices.com
Category: Medical

The Preemie Primer

Author : Jennifer Gunter
ISBN : 9780738214146
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 41.23 MB
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Having a premature baby—a baby born before the thirty-seventh week of pregnancy— can be a crash course in both medicine and health economics, not just in parenting. Parents face complex information, difficult decisions, and overwhelming grief and worry—with challenges that often extend well beyond those early days and weeks. As an ob/gyn, Dr. Jennifer Gunter has delivered hundreds of premature babies, but as a mother of preemie triplets, she also understands the heartbreak and challenges of prematurity. The Preemie Primer is a comprehensive resource, covering topics from delivery, hospitalization, and preemie development to parenting multiples, handling health issues, and finding special-needs programs. Compassionate, engaging, and medically grounded, The Preemie Primer is the first book on prematurity to combine the insight of a doctor with the experience of a mom.
Category: Health & Fitness

Preemies

Author : Dana Wechsler Linden
ISBN : 0671024132
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PREEMIES fills a much-needed role as a companion book for all parents & caretakers of children born prematurely, & for all parents-to-be who know they are at serious risk of having a premature birth. Moving from the early months through the later years of life experience, it provides the most up-to-date information in an easy, friendly, reassuring way, filtered through the eyes & words of parents & a doctor who have been there.
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A Preemie Promise

Author : Ryan Jay Stralo
ISBN : 1497576369
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 68.35 MB
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There are experiences in our lives that throw us into a whirlwind of emotions. We feel as though we cannot make it through…that the struggles are swallowing us and we won't be able to get out. But then we experience one tiny moment that gives us a glimpse of hope. We increase our faith and know that we can persevere.The premature birth of a baby is one such experience. This book tells the story of two of God's most precious miracles, their journeys into this world, and their impact on those around them. The “promise” element is weeded throughout the work, as the author shares personal reflections and humble advice to parents and loved ones experiencing an early birth.
Category: Self-Help

100 Questions Answers About Your High Risk Pregnancy

Author : Elizabeth S. Platt
ISBN : 9780763787110
Genre : Medical
File Size : 89.51 MB
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100 Questions and Answers About Your High-Risk Pregnancy provides authoritative, practical answers to the most common questions posed by at-risk expecting mothers and fathers. The text covers topics such as testing, mother's health, fetal health, complications, prevention and treatment, and physical. Important Notice: The digital edition of this book is missing some of the images or content found in the physical edition.
Category: Medical

The Pain Of Premature Parents

Author : Michael T. Hynan
ISBN : 0819158089
Genre : Psychology
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This guide is designed to help parents emotionally adjust to having a premature baby. Describes the crises caused by a premature birth, medical complications, and the extended hospitalization of both mothers and babies. The book also details the normal, but painful, emotional reactions to prematurity, including panic, guilt, anticipatory grief, frustration, depression, and anger.
Category: Psychology

Living Miracles

Author : Kimberly Powell
ISBN : 0312272723
Genre : Family & Relationships
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A guide for parents of premature babies discusses the experiences of the parents of twenty premature babies and the stories of their ordeals, and provides helpful tips on dealing with feelings of anger and depression. Reprint. 10,000 first printing.
Category: Family & Relationships

Composition Notebook

Author : family life notebook
ISBN : 9798613420131
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Emergencies, accidents, natural disasters, prolonged illness and even death can happen anytime. Don?t be caught off guard ? recording all relevant personal, family, financial, home, and property information in one document, including your final wishes ? will help both you and your family in times of upheaval. In the event of a prolonged illness or death, having access to account numbers, logins and passwords can allow a family to handle affairs directly.This is the perfect personal health record book to track all your important healthcare information in one convenient place. It's designed for ease of use and completeness, making it ideal for every member of the family, from mom & dad, children, aging parents and caregivers.
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