A new study by the Nuffield Council on Bioethics recommends that infants born at 22 weeks, or prior, should not be revived, nor should they be given intensive care. The report comes after researching premature babies over the course of two years. Th...
I am always on the lookout for a sassy bit of a new blog to read. Since some of my friends are dimly aware that I string words together for pay, some of them willingly send me links to blogs they think might interest my warped sense of humor. Followi...
Two premature babies died over the weekend at an Indiana hospital due to human error. The babies, both given adult doses of the blood thinner Heparin died Saturday night. The babies were born at 25 and 26 weeks at Newborn Intensive Care Unit of Metho...
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