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oa Professional Nursing Today - NNASA 4th National Conference : 6 and 7 October 2011, Pretoria : conference

 

Abstract

Necrotising enterocolitis, the neonatal intensive care unit killer, but not if you feed exclusively breast milk or donor breast milk: a true success story


Effective and correct neonatal resuscitation can drastically reduce the ever increasing neonatal morbidity and mortality in South Africa
Inline pressure monitoring: managing infusion risk and consequences in neonates
Medication errors in the neonatal intensive care unit
The effect of a revised ventilation policy on the survival of extremely low birthweight infants at Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital
The development of a post-delivery risk-assessmentinstrument for newborn infants
Neonatal nursing as a speciality in the South African context
Globalisation and the neonatal nurse
Introducing kangaroo mother care in Kumasi, Ghana
The Vermont Oxford Network: 10 years in South Africa at Sandton MediClinic and the impact it has had, including some very low birthweight infants' followup data
The role of neonatal nurses in early hearing detection and intervention in South Africa
Improvement of outcome of very low birthweight infants in neonatal ICU
Introduction of a neonatal outreach and training programme in Area 2, KwaZulu-Natal
The importance of research and publishing
The profound effect of breast milk on premature babies

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