NICU BOOK Second Edition

You can benefit from the NICU Protocols of Jipmer-2nd Edition in a variety of ways. These protocols can be of great assistance to you:

1. The right treatment plan for your child

2. Learn about the condition of your child and how they are being treated

3. Keep track of the treatment and progress of your child’s illness.

4. Discuss your child’s medical care with the medical team

5. Your child’s family and friends will be supported during their time in the NICU

NICU Protocols 2nd edition Everything you need to know

These protocols were created to guide the care of sick and premature infants in neonatal intensive care units.

They include nursing and medical management and cover all aspects of care from admission to discharge.

These protocols were developed by an international team of experts based on the most recent evidence-based guidelines.

What’s new about the 2nd edition?

To reflect the most recent evidence-based guidelines, the 2nd edition has been revised. New chapters have also been added to the NICU protocols:

Moving to homecare

Palliative Care

Prevention and control of infections

Pain management

Developmental care

These protocols are an indispensable resource for health care professionals who work in the neonatal intensive car unit.

The benefits of NICU protocols are now being discovered

Recent findings about the benefits of NICU protocols indicate that they could improve infants’ long-term outcomes. The results of the research show the importance to standardize care in the neonatal intensive-care unit.

The study was published in The New England Journal of Medicine and focuses on a group of 1,504 preterm babies who were born between 22-32 weeks gestation. Randomly, the infants were assigned to receive either usual care or to be treated according to a set protocol known as the Vermont Oxford Network’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Protocols.

The researchers followed the infants for six year and found that they had higher IQ scores, better math and fine motor skills than those who were given regular care. The protocol group also had a lower incidence of ADHD and other behavioral issues.

“Our study supports the idea that standardizing care for premature infants can lead to better long-term outcomes,” Dr. Christopher P. Howson (lead author) and a neonatologist at The Children’s Hospital in Philadelphia, said. These findings highlight the importance of standardizing care at the NICU, and the potential benefits of investing quality improvement initiatives aimed to improve outcomes for premature babies.

The 2nd Edition of NICU Protocols: What’s new and why it matters

You know the importance of protocols when providing care to neonatal intensive care units (NICU) nurses. IJP Publishing Company has published a new edition of NICU protocols: a nurse’s guide. It includes many updates and modifications. This edition includes some new features.

Updated and new evidence-based protocols covering a range of topics including nutrition, pain management, infection control, and other topics.

  • The book places a greater emphasis on family-centered care
  • A new chapter about ethical issues in NICU
  • Up to date information about the latest equipment and technology used in the NICU
  • Updated and expanded content about quality improvement and safety initiatives

This new edition provides a comprehensive overview of the most recent evidence-based protocols and is an indispensable resource for all NICU nurses. Grab your copy now!

Where to Buy NICU Protocols of Jipmer book?

The Indian Journal of Pediatrics (IJP) has announced that it will be buying the protocols of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) of Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER), Puducherry.

This comes as a part of IJP’s initiative to support and promote research in the field of pediatrics. The journal has been at the forefront of publishing pediatric research from across India, and this move is expected to further boost its stature.

The NICU protocols are used by doctors and nurses to provide care for premature and sick newborns. They cover all aspects of care, from medical interventions to feeding and discharge planning.

“We are very happy to be able to add the NICU protocols of JIPMER to our list of publications. This is a valuable resource that will be of great use to pediatricians and other healthcare professionals working in this field.

“We would like to thank the team at JIPMER for their cooperation in making this happen. We hope that this will be the first of many such collaborations between IJP and institutions across India,” he added.

The protocols will be available online on the IJP website from January 2019 onwards. They will also be included in the journal’s print edition, which is circulated to all members of the Indian Academy of Pediatrics