In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Nearly 40 percent of neonatal intensive care units across the United States now give massage therapy to preemies, which can provide a savings of $10,000 in hospital costs per infant.
- A preemie's risk of cerebral palsy is much higher than that of a full-term baby.
- They're taking special care of her because she is a preemie,’ my mom tried to explain.
- He saved lives of both the mother and the preemie.
- He is home now and his mother says that he is gaining weight and doesn't have that preemie look anymore.
- The infection destroys the intestine or a part of the bowel and kills a quarter of preemies born with it.
- It is not at all clear that putting each preemie in their own room would improve their mortality.
- She plays the mother of a preemie who spent the first three months of his life in hospital, his life hanging in the balance.
- He said ideally this special formula, which is critical to bring preemies ' health and immune system to a normal level, should be mixed on a daily basis, but because of the lack of facilities the pharmacists mix enough to last for 48 hours.
- Another very common problem affecting preemies is immature lungs.
- They acknowledged the life-saving potential of medical devices to support preemies and other ill newborns through life-and-death situations.
- Because preemies don't spend as much time in the uterus getting nutrients from the mother's diet, their iron stores are not as great and are often depleted in just 2 months.
- The Baby Room is a large room filled with 30 cribs, housing infants as small as 3-pound preemies and toddlers up to 24 months.
- He was a preemie, but he's quadrupled his bodyweight in six months.
- NIN is an organization that caters to preemies and newborns who are in need of specialty hospital clothing, and non-specialty clothing, blankets etc. which are used for some infants first trip home from the hospital.
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