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  1. We have a standard operating procedure that allows holding with specific criteria.
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  2. Hello Everyone, A shout out to any Units that utilise a Neuro Care Bundle for your extreme premmies and/or HIE. Would you be kind enough to share or send me a PM on your approach please? Many thanks Alistair
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  3. Hi Everyone, Given the infants remain servo controlled in either jacket or mattress and central lines can be visualised (provided no coagulopathy) it seems extremely harsh to ask a parent to not be able to hold their child for almost four days (if you include rewarm period). A study into aEEG response to cuddles might reveal some interesting results?? https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30721531/
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  4. We are doing. QI project regarding parental holding while being cooled. Do you allow and if so do you have a holding protocol?
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  5. We don’t have parents holding cooled infants either. But I like the idea, despite mech ventil, cooling matress, lines etc, why not?
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  6. The Neonatal Department at the Karolinska Unviversity Hospital, Stockholm, Sweden is advertising 3 senior and 3 junior Consultant Posts in Neonatal Medicine. With 48 cots on three sites we are one of the largest neonatal unit in northern Europe and still expanding. We work in close collaboration with Obstetrics and Fetal Medicine teams as well as Cardiology, Surgery, Nutrition, ENT, Ophthalmology, Neurology, and Neurosurgery. We also host neonatal transport with a commitment for land, and air based transport. There are about 28000 deliveries each year in the Stockholm where about 22000 d
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  7. There is anectodal evidence that phenytoin should not be given via PICCs as it may enhance the risk for catheter occlusion and the same may be true for etoposide (not the typical NICU drug, I know...). Additionally very high concentrations of IV dextrose (40%) should be avoided for the ssame reason.
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