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Cuidado de los Bebés en la UCIN

Si bien aproximadamente el 9 por ciento de todos los recién nacidos requieren cuidados en una unidad de cuidados intensivos neonatales (UCIN, su sigla en inglés es NICU), dar a luz a un prematuro o a un bebé enfermo puede tomar por sorpresa a los padres. Las imágenes, los sonidos y los equipos desconocidos de la UCIN pueden resultar abrumadores. Esta información le ayudará a comprender algunos de los problemas de los bebés enfermos o prematuros. Además encontrará información acerca de algunos de los procedimientos que quizá sean necesarios para el cuidado de su bebé.

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Los Procedimientos y el Equipamiento en la UCIN (su sigla en inglés es NICU)

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Reviewed Date: 12-31-2009

Caring for Babies in the NICU
Neonatology/NICU
W. Thomas Bass, MD
Deborah Devendorf, MD
Susannah Dillender, MD
C W Gowen, MD
Glen Green, MD
M Gary Karlowicz, MD
Edward Karotkin, MD
Jamil Khan, MD
David Oelberg, MD
Kirk Sallas, MD
Tushar Shah, MD
Brett Siegfried, MD
Kenneth Tiffany, MD
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Anatomy of the Newborn Skull
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Baby's Care After Birth
Breast Milk Collection and Storage
Breastfeeding Difficulties - Baby
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Breastfeeding Overview
Breastfeeding Your Baby
Breastfeeding: Getting Started
Breathing Problems
Care of the Baby in the Delivery Room
Caring for Babies in the NICU
Chromosomal Abnormalities
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Common Conditions and Complications
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Congenital Heart Disease Index
Digestive Disorders in Children
Fever in A Newborn
Getting Ready at Home
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Glossary - Normal Newborn
Hearing Loss in Babies
Hearing Screening Tests for Newborns
Heart Disorders
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Infant Feeding Guide
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Online Resources - Normal Newborn
Parenting in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
Physical Examination of the Newborn
Preparing for Your New Baby
Preparing the Family
Procedures and Equipment in NICU
Skin Color Changes
Special Care
Substance Exposure
Taking Your Baby Home
The Growing Child: Newborn
The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
The Respiratory System in Babies
Thrush
Transient Tachypnea of the Newborn
Umbilical Cord Care
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