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Closeness and separation in neonatal intensive care
In this paper, we highlight the need for acknowledging the importance and impact of both physical and emotional closeness between the preterm infant and parent in the neonatal intensive care unit.Expand
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Internet-based peer support for parents: a systematic integrative review.
OBJECTIVES The Internet and social media provide various possibilities for online peer support. The aim of this review was to explore Internet-based peer-support interventions and their outcomes forExpand
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Pain assessment tools for unconscious or sedated intensive care patients: a systematic review.
AIM This paper is a report of a systematic review describing instruments developed for pain assessment in unconscious or sedated intensive care patients. BACKGROUND Intensive care patients who areExpand
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Oral Glucose and Parental Holding Preferable to Opioid in Pain Management in Preterm Infants
ObjectivesThe purpose of this study was to compare the effectiveness of “facilitated tucking by parents” (FTP) in which a parent holds by her hands the infant in a side-lying flexed position offeringExpand
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Mothers' different styles of involvement in preterm infant pain care.
OBJECTIVE To describe and understand how mothers utilize the opportunity to actively participate in their preterm infants' pain care using facilitated tucking by parents (FTP). DESIGN DescriptiveExpand
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Facilitated tucking as a non‐pharmacological intervention for neonatal pain relief: is it clinically feasible?
There is an impressive body of knowledge on pain management in infants hospitalized in neonatal intensive care units. However, deficits in the clinical management of pain in these infants remain. OneExpand
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'Facilitated tucking by parents' in pain management of preterm infants-a randomized crossover trial.
BACKGROUND There is a need for a safe and effective non-pharmacological pain management method for preterm infants. The parents could be given an active role in the pain management which may help theExpand
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Parents' presence and parent–infant closeness in 11 neonatal intensive care units in six European countries vary between and within the countries
Little is known about the amount of physical parent–infant closeness in neonatal intensive care units (NICUs), and this study explored that issue in six European countries.
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Aiming to be a breastfeeding mother in a neonatal intensive care unit and at home: a thematic analysis of peer-support group discussion in social media.
Preterm infants are usually breastfed less than full-term infants, and successful breastfeeding requires a supportive environment and special efforts from their mothers. A breastfeeding peer-supportExpand
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Differences in parents', nurses' and physicians' views of NICU parent support
To measure the perceptions of parent support by parents, nurses and physicians.
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