Routine Procedures

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References and Resources

  1. To visit the EBB article on IV Fluids (references on newborn weighing), click here.
  2. If you’re a member, don’t forget that the IV Fluids PDF can be downloaded from your PDF Library here!
  3. Brogan, J. and Rapkin, G. (2017). Implementing Evidence-Based Neonatal Skin Care with Parent-Performed, Delayed Immersion Baths. Nurs Womens Health;21(6):442-450. Click here.
  4. Cavallin, F., Segafredo, G., Pizzol, D., et al. (2018). Thermal Effect of a Woolen Cap in Low Birth Weight Infants During Kangaroo Care. Pediatrics;141(6):e20173073. Click here.
  5. Chaput de Saintonge, D. M., Cross, K. W., Shathorn, M. K., et al. (1979). Hats for the newborn infant. British medical journal2(6190), 570-1. Click here.
  6. Foster, J. P., Dawson, J. A., Davis, P. G., et al. (2017). Routine oro/nasopharyngeal suction versus no suction at birth. Cochrane Database Syst Rev; 4:CD010332. Click here.
  7. Holmes et al. (2013). “ABM Clinical Protocol #5: Peripartum Breastfeeding Management for the Healthy Mother and Infant at Term, Revision 2013.” Breastfeeding Med 8(6): 469-473. Click here.
  8. Ludington-Hoe, S. M., Lewis, T., Morgan, K., et al. (2006). Breast and infant temperatures with twins during shared Kangaroo Care. Journal of obstetric, gynecologic, and neonatal nursing: JOGNN35(2), 223-31. Click here.
  9. Medves, J. M. and O’Brien, B. (2001). Does Bathing Newborns Remove Potentially Harmful Pathogens form the Skin? Birth; 28(3):161-165. Click here.
  10. Preer G, et al. (2013). “Delaying the bath and in-hospital breastfeeding rates.” Breastfeeding Med 8(6): 485-490. Visit Click here.
  11. Stothers (1981).”Head insulation and heat loss in the newborn.” Archives of Disease in Childhood 56: 530-534. Click here.