Definition of Neonatal intensive care unit
1. Noun. An intensive care unit designed with special equipment to care for premature or seriously ill newborn.
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Literary usage of Neonatal intensive care unit
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1. Critical Pathways: Current Bibliographies in Medicine, January 1988-December by Ronald L. Gordner, Patricia Moritz (1995)
"Nursing case management in the neonatal intensive care unit. Part 1: Pioneering new territory. Neonatal Netw 1994 Dec;13(8):9-12. Lawlor-Klean P, Swanson SC ..."
2. Helping Children Take Healthy Steps: Abstracts of Selected Articles on Early edited by Jeanne Brooks-Gunn (1999)
"Intervention(s): While they were in the neonatal intensive care unit, all infants in the treatment group received at least two developmental interventions ..."
3. Guide To Clinical Preventive Services by U. S. Preventive Services Task Force (1989)
"Hearing loss screening in the neonatal intensive care unit: auditory brain stem response versus crib-o- gram; a cost-effectiveness analysis. ..."