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M Technique has benefits for NICU infants, study says

NANN SmartBrief | Sep 25, 2014

A sequence of structured movements designed to comfort NICU babies, known as the M Technique, can have physiologic and behavioral benefits for infants, according to a study presented at the National Association of Neonatal Nurses annual meeting. Neonatal nurse practitioner Mary Raney said M Technique is easy to learn and is something NICU staff can teach parents. Medscape (free registration) (09/18)


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