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More babies born addicted to narcotic painkillers, report finds

NANN SmartBrief | Mar 12, 2015

Nearly all of the 242 infants treated in three Florida hospitals for neonatal abstinence syndrome from 2010 to 2011 were born addicted to narcotic painkillers, CDC researchers found. Almost all of these infants were admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit, where they stayed an average of 26 days, according to the study published in the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. HealthDay News (03/06)


Researcher identifies potential neonatal sepsis biomarkers

NANN SmartBrief | Mar 05, 2015

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RN staffing in the NICU

NANN SmartBrief | Mar 19, 2015

Survey gauges quality of end-of-life care in NICU

NANN SmartBrief | Mar 05, 2015

Doctors say dormant virus led to relapse in child thought to be HIV-free

NANN SmartBrief | Feb 26, 2015

Case study: Propranolol may protect against infantile hemangiomas

NANN SmartBrief | Mar 19, 2015

Calif. study points to 5 top causes of maternal mortality

NANN SmartBrief | Mar 19, 2015

Iowa initiative cuts elective early deliveries to under 1%

NANN SmartBrief | Mar 26, 2015

Study links antiseptic use to fewer infant infections, deaths

NANN SmartBrief | Mar 12, 2015


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