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NUTRITION ( Before 35 Weeks of Gestation )

Gavage Feeding For Babies

Great importance should be given to premature babies’ nutritional needs. The right amount of nutrition for growth should be calculated. In addition nutrition should be repeated every 3 hours. Sucking , swallowing, breathing coordinated reflex develops after 35 weeks of gestation . Before 35 weeks of gestation premature babies need gavage feeding. Gavage feeding is a way to provide breastmilk ... Read More »

PREEMIE BODY TEMPERATURE PROTECTION

Premature babies different from normal babies

Premature babies different from normal babies. After 35 weeks gestational age develop premature body’s. So they need less support given from the humans. İmmature subcutaneous fat layers may occur hypothermia. Therefore, they get cold more quickly than term infants. When you buy Clothes to your preemies must be the appropriate size. Suitability Clothing is important for maintaining body temperature.  Clothing ... Read More »

Premature Baby Care At Home

Premature babies in a neonatal intensive care unit discharge time is an important issue.

Premature babies in a neonatal intensive care unit discharge time is an important issue. To be discharged early from the hospital; the baby’s general condition and can lead to the need to hospitalize her again. In this case, an additional source of stress in the family as well as the baby. Premature babies and their parents, the baby is discharged ... Read More »

Premature Birth & Causes

Normal pregnancy process is completed (40 weeks) , it is called premature birth that occur before 37 weeks of birth. The babies born before this week are called preterm infants.

Normal pregnancy process is completed (40 weeks) , it is called premature birth that occur before 37 weeks of birth. The babies born before this week are called preterm infants. Premature babies are divided into 3 groups according to the gestational age; severe (24-31 weeks), moderate (32-35 weeks), at the border (36-37 weeks) Also divided into 3 according to birth ... Read More »