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STRATEGIES TO SUPPORT EXTENDED BREASTFEEDING OF THE PREMATURE INFANT - Video 3


Published on: 04.21.2009
Associated with: October 2002, Volume 2, Issue 5;

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Creator: Nellie Swanson
Duration: 4:32
Standardizing care to help more preterm infants directly breastfeed, if that is the lactating parent’s goal is possible through the use of a protocol. Practice at breast, opportunity to have the first oral meal at breast, and the use of test weights to measure milk transfer are essential practices and part of the Spatz 10-step model for breastfeeding vulnerable infants.
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Creator: Victoria Vykol, DNP, CRNP, NNP-BC
Duration: 2:46
Video abstract for Improving Consistency in the Use of Sucrose with Comfort Measures During Minor Painful Procedures Video Abstract
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Creator: Camtasia/June Cho
Duration: 4:46
This video provides a summary of the study titled “Sociodemographic and Biological Factors of Health Disparities of Mothers and Their Very-Low-Birthweight Infants” that submitted to Advanced in Neonatal Care (ANC).
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Creator: Jessica A. Davis, BSN, RN, CCRN, IBCLC
Duration: 2:39
This is a video abstract to accompany “First Feed Type is Associated with Birth/Lactating Parent’s Own Milk Use During NICU Stay Among Infants That Require Surgery”
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Creator: Mia Waldron
Duration: 4:15
Video abstract describing the study of parents of high- risk preterm infants self- reported readiness for NICU discharge as compared to the situation specific theoretical framework. Implications for clinical practice and research are discussed based on the findings.
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Creator: Linda Dickison
Duration: 5:26
Video abstract for Reducing Risk Factors for Necrotizing Enterocolitis: What Is the Recent Evidence and Biologic Plausibility Supporting Probiotics
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Creator: Alyssa Weiss, PhD, NNP-BC
Duration: 5:41
This video presents findings for internal facilitators and their experience participating in NeoECHO. Discussion of what an internal facilitator is and a deeper dive into the iPARIHS framework is presented as it relates to its use for the NeoECHO pilot project.
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Creator: Kim Kopenhaver Doheny, PhD, NNP-BC/SPD music productions
Duration: 04:28
This video abstract, presented by Professor Kim K Doheny, PhD on “Vagal tone and pro-inflammatory cytokines predict feeding intolerance and necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) risk” gives a summary of the background, methods, and results of the study conducted by investigators at Penn State College of Medicine, Departments of Pediatrics and Neural & Behavioral Sciences, Hershey, PA
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Creator: Danielle Benefield/ Ariel Salas
Duration: 01:23
This video introduces our study on orogastric tube insertion in extremely low birthweight infants.
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Creator: Belinda Chan
Duration: 3:22
Necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) can be life threatening and x-ray may miss up to 50% of the early signs of NEC. The use of ultrasound can expedite diagnosis and improve clinical management. This video abstract provides a brief introduction to the use of ultrasound for diagnosis and management of necrotizing enterocolitis.
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Creator: Colleen Reilly Moss, DNP, APRN, NNP-BC
Duration: 3:54
Mentoring relationships are mutually beneficial for all NNPs in today’s workforce, but less than half of NNP teams have a formalized mentoring program in place. This video abstract reviews the results from a quality improvement project that examined the impact of mentoring on job satisfaction and intent to stay for novice and experienced NNPs.
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Creator: Giuseppina Romano-Clarke, MD
Duration: 1:55
In this video, we describe why we changed the assessment of neonatal early onset sepsis using the Kaiser Permanente early onset sepsis calculator and the impact that this had on blood work and antibiotic utilization in newborns ≥ 35 weeks gestational age.
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Creator: Raffaele Falsaperla
Duration: 2:43
Pulse oximetry has become fundamental for non-invasive monitoring of saturation of peripheral oxygen (SpO2) in premature infants. The aim of this systematic review is to determine SpO2 target values in order to avoid complications. Articles were audited from 1990 to today using the PRISMA Statement. Mostly studies (18/28, 64.28 %) focused on target values but without unanimous agreement. Other authors focused the importance of the fluctuation than the target value itself. The challenge for the clinicians is reaching a balance in the oxygen administration. Further studies could better clarify the role of fluctuations and the absolute target values.
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Creator: Dorothy Forde
Duration: 2:47
A short summary and introduction to the article
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Creator: Courtney Glashan
Duration: 5:06
Video abstract providing in depth detail of the study including the background, interventions, results, limitations, and implications for practice.
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Creator: Alexandra Michel, PhD, CNM
Duration: 5:19
The Apgar score is used in delivery rooms around the world. A review of the literature provided evidence that the score has several strengths, but also many weaknesses. The issues identified in the literature review outline that in clinical practice the Apgar score is no longer used as it was envisioned. In contrast, in research the use of the score may introduce bias into study outcomes, thus undermining any study results that rely on the Apgar score as an outcome measure. This leads to the question about the usefulness of the score in today’s clinical and research environments.
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Creator: Alexandra Michel, PhD, CNM
Duration: 5:19
The Apgar score is used in delivery rooms around the world. A review of the literature provided evidence that the score has several strengths, but also many weaknesses. The issues identified in the literature review outline that in clinical practice the Apgar score is no longer used as it was envisioned. In contrast, in research the use of the score may introduce bias into study outcomes, thus undermining any study results that rely on the Apgar score as an outcome measure. This leads to the question about the usefulness of the score in today’s clinical and research environments.
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Creator: Annemarie Deeley
Duration: 3:32
This is a quality improvement project looking at reducing events of family/visitor escalation in the intensive care nursery by utilizing risk assessment and use of de-escalation management algorithm
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Duration: 3:52
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Creator: Nellie Swanson
Duration: 4:32
Standardizing care to help more preterm infants directly breastfeed, if that is the lactating parent’s goal is possible through the use of a protocol. Practice at breast, opportunity to have the first oral meal at breast, and the use of test weights to measure milk transfer are essential practices and part of the Spatz 10-step model for breastfeeding vulnerable infants.
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Creator: Victoria Vykol, DNP, CRNP, NNP-BC
Duration: 2:46
Video abstract for Improving Consistency in the Use of Sucrose with Comfort Measures During Minor Painful Procedures Video Abstract
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Creator: Giuseppina Romano-Clarke, MD
Duration: 1:55
In this video, we describe why we changed the assessment of neonatal early onset sepsis using the Kaiser Permanente early onset sepsis calculator and the impact that this had on blood work and antibiotic utilization in newborns ≥ 35 weeks gestational age.
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Creator: Dorothy Forde
Duration: 2:47
A short summary and introduction to the article
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Creator: Courtney Glashan
Duration: 5:06
Video abstract providing in depth detail of the study including the background, interventions, results, limitations, and implications for practice.
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Creator: Alexandra Michel, PhD, CNM
Duration: 5:19
The Apgar score is used in delivery rooms around the world. A review of the literature provided evidence that the score has several strengths, but also many weaknesses. The issues identified in the literature review outline that in clinical practice the Apgar score is no longer used as it was envisioned. In contrast, in research the use of the score may introduce bias into study outcomes, thus undermining any study results that rely on the Apgar score as an outcome measure. This leads to the question about the usefulness of the score in today’s clinical and research environments.
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Creator: Lauren Hughes and Margaret Glaser
Duration: 4:27
Provides an introduction to neonatal sepsis by identifying the severity if the condition, mentioning term and preterm neonatal immune features that increase vulnerability to infection, describing previous and the most current management recommendations, and discussing relevant furture directions for the neonatal nurse and novice neonatal nurse practitioner.
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Creator: Laurie Glass
Duration: 1:34
A preview and highlights of the article Preterm Infant Incubator Humidity Levels: A Systematic Review
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Creator: Lisa M. Grisham
Duration: 3:19
We describe the impact of infant carrying or “babywearing” on reducing distress associated with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome among infants and caregivers. Heart rate was measured in a neonatal intensive care unit pre- (no touching), mid- (20 minutes into babywearing), and post-babywearing (5 minutes later). Across a 30-minute period, infants worn by parents decreased 15 beats per minute (bpm) compared to 5.5 bpm for infants worn by an unfamiliar adult, and adults decreased by 7 bpm (parents) and nearly 3 bpm (unfamiliar adult). Babywearing is a non-invasive and accessible intervention that can provide comfort for infants diagnosed with NAS.
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Creator: Adrian Zurca
Duration: 4:06
In this video abstract Adrian Zurca describes the development and potential impact of a non-animal training model to help providers and nurses caring for neonates learn how to drain a pleural effusion via a Seldinger-based pigtail catheter placement.
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Creator: Gangaram (Sanjay) Akangire; MD, MS
Duration: 3:01
This video outlines our project of implementing neonatal sepsis calculator and algorithm for workup of infants >34 weeks gestation at risk of early onset sepsis and/or exposed to maternal chorioamnionitis.
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Creator: Lisa Grisham
Duration: 3:41
This video talks about the current Opioid and NAS epidemic, current methods of managing NAS, and a new approach known as ESC or Eat, Sleep, Console. This EBP brief reviews three retrospective/quality improvement studies and outlines a process for centers who wish to implement ESC in their institutions.
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Creator: Selena Williamson
Duration: 1:49
Discussion of the use of maternal voice intervention for preterm infants in the NICU. Maternal voice results in autonomic stability, weight gain, and reduction in maternal anxiety. Author discusses recommendations of intervention in practice as well.
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Creator: Elenice Valentim Carmona, Flávia de Souza Barbosa Dias
Duration: 4:35
The use of gastric tubes in newborns admitted to a neonatal intensive care unit is fairly high, and there is risk of serious complications related to this procedure. This video abstract provides an overview of our research, which aimed to evaluate the diagnostic accuracy of ultrasonography for verifying gastric tube placement in newborns. This method does not envolve exposure to radiation.
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Creator: Steven Constantine
Duration: 1:51
Introduction to the manuscript describing the factor structure and psychometric properties of the Neonatal Eating Assessment Tool (NeoEAT)– Bottle Feeding, a 64-item parent-report measure of bottle feeding behavior in infants less than 7 months old. Clinical and research uses of the NeoEAT – Bottle feeding are described as well as next steps for development and testing.
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Creator: Elisabeth Bloch-Salisbury and Cheryl Killoran
Duration: 7:22
Overview of a quality improvement project conducted at UMass Memorial, Worcester MA, to simplify the Finnegan scoring tool for neonatal nurses charged with assessing withdrawal in newborn infants exposed to opioids during pregnancy. Training program that incorporated education, a restructured Finnegan Scoring Tool and a Bedside Guidance Tool resulted in improved consistency of withdrawal scores among 179 neonatal nurses. Despite improvement, more objective and simplified scoring tools are still warranted.
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