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ebneo 2011

hello to everyone, we are leaving Stockholm today after a wonderful educative and progressive conference of evidence based neonatology. We had nice interactive sessions lectured by topclass professionals. Had a nice boat trip coupled with a nice welcome function. Got into touch with new friends. Personally had direct interaction with the team members who have been known to us only through cyberspace. Nice experience and we like to thank everyone. see you next time with more to learn. bye n

selvanr4

selvanr4

100 questions to ask your children

Recently i came across this list of questions based on a book by a similar name. I find the questions interesting . have a look !!! 100 Questions for Parents to Ask Kids 1. Tell me the five best things about you. 2. What does the word "success" mean to you? 3. Why do kids put rings in their eyebrows and nose? 4. If you could tell me never to serve two vegetables again, which two would you choose? 5. Who do you think I'd rather you be: a Fencing player, the mayor, a famous explorer, or a movi

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selvanr4

Tug of war between profession & family

I work in private practice. The hospital is a multispeciality one with secondary care facilities for NICU &PICU. I am the single paediatrician and neonatologist of our institution. Junior consultants stay with us for very short time till they get the feel of private practice.They often start their own clinics or small hospital. This results in chronic lack of second in command. Though we have medical officers we need to take the lead. So a typical starts at 7 am and ends at 10 pm with 30 m

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selvanr4

NICU non graduates

I always wonder how the resource poor parents , will manage to give rehab for the NICU non graduate.We do our best and once the baby is fit to be discharged, the onus of giving the best care falls on the parent (in india). Are we justified in doing heroics to save the baby or just decide for the parents whether to continue the critical care for the newborn? If i make a decision for the parents can i call myself as a health care professional or some one with a ego to decide to let the baby li

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