Persistent pulmonary hypertension in babies

Persistent pulmonary hypertension in babies occurs when the normal cardiopulmonary transition fails outside the womb. It is a life-threatening condition for infants. It is a situation where the blood flow that leaves the heart faces an increased pressure. This kind of healthy condition is common among newborns and this can also lead to the abnormal Read More …

What is kangaroo style care?

Kangaroo style care is a developmental care that is beneficial for all newborns most especially for those who are in the NICU. It is also known as the skin to skin contact that involves direct contact between the newborn and the parent. Parents may hold their newborn baby very gently where they can listen to Read More …

Breastfeeding premature babies

An ideal food that can provide nutritional needs for your baby is breastmilk. Breast milk also protects your baby from illnesses and infections. Premature babies need more protein for their growth compared to full-term babies. You will also have more of an enzyme called lysozyme that attacks certain bacteria and also protects your baby from Read More …

Are baby “essentials” really important?

Parents always want what is best for their children, most especially when they are still babies. Expectant parents, specifically those first-timers, are too excited to show the world to their bundle of joy that they tend to get whatever they think is the “best” for their baby to enjoy a good and great life. Most Read More …