Pediatrics/Neonatal Care Nursing

Pediatrics/Neonatal Care Nursing News

  • Mother's Voice May Shield Sleeping Newborn From NICU Noise Babies in the neonatal ICU who are exposed to their mothers' voice during sleep are less likely to awaken after loud bursts of ambient noise, especially if they were born at or after 35 weeks' gestation, researchers say.
  • Philippines Weighs Re-Use of Controversial Dengue Vaccine The Philippines is considering re-introducing a dengue vaccine whose use it halted because of links to the deaths of several children, as authorities battle to contain a dengue outbreak that has killed more than 450 people this year.

Pediatrics/Neonatal Care Nursing Perspective

  • HPV Vaccination Rates: The One Factor That Moves the Needle Recent data from the National Immunization Survey spell out a clear strategy to improve HPV vaccination rates in teenagers.
  • Why Doctors Need to Mourn Dealing with the death of a patient can be difficult for physicians, each of whom may respond differently to a loss. Here's how some physicians manage to cope with this situation.