The Maybe Baby
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The Maybe Baby

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Continuing our focus on Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy in honor of HIE Awareness Month, this week we are looking back on one of our 2020 ONE Read more

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

To needle or not to needle? Weighing the pros and cons of aEEG Sensors

To needle or not to needle? Weighing the pros and cons of aEEG Sensors

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To needle or not to needle? Maybe you are just getting started on your aEEG journey and researching your equipment needs, or maybe you have an established program and just looking to weigh … Read more

The Three S’s of aEEG – Sleep – Symmetry – Stability
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The Three S’s of aEEG – Sleep – Symmetry – Stability

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The Three S’s of aEEG

We believe that no beside monitoring plan in the NICU should leave out the most important organ of them all…the brain!  And … Read more