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Publisher: [Place of publication not identified], SPRINGER INTERNATIONAL PU, 2018.
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"This book examines the role of Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICUs) and follow-up clinics in addressing the complex developmental, behavioral, social, and medical needs of at-risk infants through early intervention and medical subspecialties. It describes the necessary functional components of follow-up clinics and challenges in establishing and running multidisciplinary clinics in an area of difficult heath care  Read more...
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FOLLOW-UP FOR NICU GRADUATES.
[Place of publication not identified], SPRINGER INTERNATIONAL PU, 2018
(OCoLC)1013736583
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
ISBN: 9783319732756 3319732757
OCLC Number: 1079796577
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Part I. Introduction.- Chapter 1. Introduction.- Part II. NICU Background --
Chapter 2. Developmental Care in the Nursery.- Chapter 3. Utilizing Neonatal Brain Imaging to Predict Neurodevelopmental Outcomes --
Chapter 4. Social-Emotional Development in Early Childhood: Normative, NICU Considerations, and the Application in NICU Follow-Up Programs for At-Risk Infants and Their Families.- Section III Populations at Risk --
Chapter 5. Premature Infants: Issues Associated With Prematurity.- Chapter 6. Premature Infants: The Behavioral Phenotype of the Preterm Survivor.- Chapter 7. The Late Preterm Infant.- Chapter 8. Neonatal Encephalopathy.- Chapter 9. Genetic Considerations in Infants with Congenital Anomalies.- Chapter 10. Environmental Risks to NICU Outcomes.- Section IV Issues in Clinical Organization.- Chapter 11. HRIF Clinic Organization: A Statewide Approach.- Chapter 12. Personnel in the NICU Follow-Up Clinic.- Chapter 13. Financing NICU Follow-Up Programs.- Chapter 14. Issues in Neurodevelopmental Testing of Infants Born Prematurely: The Bayley Scales of Infant Development 3rd Edition and Other Tools.- Chapter 15. Best Practices in Test Construction for Developmental-Behavioral Measures: Quality Standards for Reviewers and Researchers.- Section V Relation to Early Intervention and the Medical Home.- Chapter 16. Primer on Special Education.- Chapter 17. Early Intervention for NICU Graduates.- Chapter 18. Quality Coordinated Health Care for the High Risk Infant: The Evolving Concept of the Medical Home.- Chapter 19. The State of Neonatal Follow-Up Programs.- Section VI Conclusion.- Chapter 20. Conclusion.

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"This book examines the role of Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICUs) and follow-up clinics in addressing the complex developmental, behavioral, social, and medical needs of at-risk infants through early intervention and medical subspecialties. It describes the necessary functional components of follow-up clinics and challenges in establishing and running multidisciplinary clinics in an area of difficult heath care financing. Chapters provide essential guidelines for determining which neonates will need follow-up care, evaluating for neurodevelopmental delays and medical and behavioral impairment and disability, and estimating how long intervention and further follow-up will be required. Chapters also discuss organization, staffing, funding, testing protocols, and coordination with other programs and care facilities, particularly early intervention and the medical home. In addition, the book offers best practices for fostering optimal development for individual infants and high-risk populations while raising standards for neonatal care and creating a smooth transition to appropriate subsequent care. Topics featured in this book include: Developmental care in the nursery. Utilizing neonatal brain imaging to predict neurodevelopmental outcomes of NICU infants. Genetic considerations in infants with congenital anomalies. The HRIF clinic organization model. Issues common in neurodevelopmental testing of premature infants. The impact of environmental risks, such as parental distress and in-utero drug exposure, to infant neurodevelopment. Follow-Up for NICU Graduates is a must-have resource for researchers, practitioners, and graduate students in developmental psychology, pediatrics, neuroscience, obstetrics, nursing, and related disciplines."--

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