Back transport of neonates: improved efficiency of tertiary nursery bed utilization.

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Neonatal back transport is defined as the return of previously critically ill neonates from Level III newborn intensive care units to Level II and Level I nurseries for intermediate and/or convalescing care. During 1980, 172 infants (65% of eligible infants) were back transported from a Level III nursery to both Level I and Level II community hospitals… (More)

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@article{Jung1983BackTO, title={Back transport of neonates: improved efficiency of tertiary nursery bed utilization.}, author={Alexander Jung and Carl L. Bose}, journal={Pediatrics}, year={1983}, volume={71 6}, pages={918-22} }