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Jan

Preemiehelp awareness brochure download

Posted in: Preemiehelp News | Date: 2011-01-21 | Author: CMolloy

One objective of preemiehelp's is to increase awareness of preterm birth and help reduce the number of premature deliveries and limit the impact on preemies and their family.  To help get the message out there, preemiehelp have developed some basic information brochures that can be downloaded free. ...

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Dec

L’il Aussie Prems Foundation

Posted in: Industry News | Date: 2012-12-10 | Author: CMolloy

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L’il Aussie Prems Foundation is Australia’s largest online support community and forum for families of prematurely born children and sick newborns. They are a voluntary not-for-profit organisation set up to provide online support, raise awareness, bring parents together who have traveled a similar path whilst encouraging famil...

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Sep

Pacemaker to Stop Premature Birth

Posted in: Industry News | Date: 2012-09-25 | Author: CMolloy

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The latest in scientific research sees a "pacemaker" being developed to help prevent premature birth! The "pacemaker" is composed of electrodes which deliver mild bursts of electricity to stop muscles in the womb contracting - it has recently just completed a clinical trial. The rates of premature birth have been increasing ...

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Jan

Steroids Help Micro Preemies

Posted in: Industry News | Date: 2012-01-29 | Author: CMolloy

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A recent study has found that treating women at risk of preterm birth as early as 22 to 23 weeks gestation improved the survival of extremely preterm infants. Babies born this early are colloquially called micro preemies. Due to extreme prematurity, micro preemies have a reduced chance of survival and are at increased risk f...

AlbertEinstein_iconOne of the greatest minds in history, Albert Einstein was born preterm.

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Prevention of Preemie Parent Distress

The birth of a preterm infant can cause significant psychological distress for parents and families. In particular it has been consistently reported that the birth and hospitalisation of an unwell b...

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Light ... by Stacie McClinchie A song has been sung throughout our lands for many generations, the story where a young boy saved our world from a hell-like creature. It tells of the child’s sac...

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Preterm Birth Breakthrough: Infections

Estimates of preterm birth in Australia suggest one in 12 or approximately 8% of Australian babies is born preterm. The incidence worldwide is even higher, approximately 10%, meaning around 15 mill...

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Talking about parent’s skin might seem weird – after all the skin barrier is fully developed and most people already have their own skincare regime. But preemie parents have some unique skincare ne...

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Stem Cells Could Help Preterm Infants

Premature babies have underdeveloped lungs and often have difficulty breathing by themselves. Respiratory distress syndrome and chronic lung disease are the most common breathing difficulties relate...

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Preemie, Premmie, or Prem?

Most babies spend between 38 and 42 weeks in their mother’s uterus. So, technically a preterm birth, preemie, premmie, or prem, is an infant who is born less than 37 completed gestational weeks. 


Read More: Defining Preterm birth


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