Quality Metrics for a Therapeutic Hypothermia Program
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Quality Metrics for a Therapeutic Hypothermia Program

In honor of HIE Awareness Month, we’re continuing to focus on neonatal hypoxic brain injury topics.  This week, we’re highlighting the work of one of our Brain Cooling Club faculty members, Carolyn Lund, RN, MS, FAAN.  In her lecture on … Read more

Perfecting Feed and Wrap Technique for Sedation Free Neonatal MRI
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Perfecting Feed and Wrap Technique for Sedation Free Neonatal MRI

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Does your unit use sedation free MRI techniques? 

“Sedation-Free”, “unsedated,” and the ever popular, “feed and swaddle” method.  These are all names for a Read more

Webinar – Beyond The NICU: Prediction of Outcome in HIE and Patient Stories
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Webinar – Beyond The NICU: Prediction of Outcome in HIE and Patient Stories

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Beyond the NICU: Prediction of Outcome in HIE and Patient Stories

 

The live webinar and replay period* for the Synapse Care Community is … Read more

Brain Cooling Course Summary – An Occupational Therapy Student Perspective
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Brain Cooling Course Summary – An Occupational Therapy Student Perspective

A NICU OT Student’s perspectives on the Online Brain Cooling Course – written by Maggie Crabtree

Although as a NICU OT student I have seen infants undergoing therapeutic hypothermia, I still wanted to learn more.  Since I am participating in Read more

HIE: A worldwide problem with few answers – but we have one!
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HIE: A worldwide problem with few answers – but we have one!

Worldwide birth asphyxia, neonatal encephalopathy and hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (HIE) account for more than 25% of infant deaths and without treatment, neonatal encephalopathy is a condition that often results in adverse outcomes including death, cerebral palsy, developmental delay, and seizure Read more