Mother Goose in the NICU: Support for the Neediest Infants and Their Families
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Citation of Original PublicationBetsy Diamant-Cohen et al., Mother Goose in the NICU: Support for the Neediest Infants and Their Families, Vol 16, No 1 (2018) , https://doi.org/10.5860/cal.16.1.3
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Of the 76,510 babies born during an average week in the United States, 7,361—or about 10 percent—are born prematurely.1 Preterm babies, born before the thirty-seventh week of gestation, can be born with underdeveloped organ systems and other health problems that impact their ability to survive on their own outside of the womb.