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  • Colostrum and Preterm Babies: A Systematic Review
    Colostrum from mothers is rich in immunomodulating bio-factors, such as immunoglobulins, lactoferrin and oligosaccharides, and supports gut microbial and inflammatory processes. Support in these processes may provide some relief for infants who are born preterm.
  • Neonatal stretcher system sets a standard for critical care transport of neonates
    Newborns are the most precious and vulnerable members of our society, and few would dispute their protection should be among our highest priorities. However, for years the transport of critically ill neonates didn't reflect that urgency. The sickest of these frail patients were often transported in impromptu ways, surrounded in ambulances by hospital equipment that was wedged, stacked, and balanced in different ways.
  • How systems can help nurses overcome imposter syndrome
    Many nurses struggle with imposter syndrome, but systems and academic institutions can help alleviate it, Kimberly Pate, DNP, RN, director of policy and professional development at Atrium Health's Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, NC, wrote in a blog post on the American Association for Critical-Care Nurses website.

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