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By Joyce J. Fitzpatrick PhD MBA RN FAAN, Margaret Miles PhD RN FAAN, Diane Holditch-Davis PhD RN FAAN

This twenty first quantity of the Annual evaluation synthesizes nursing study so far on baby well-being and affliction, together with family members concerns. a while variety from pre-term infants to teenagers, with a spotlight on power ailment. a different ultimate bankruptcy experiences the highlights of the previous 10 volumes of the yearly evaluate of Nursing study, to mark the twentieth anniversary of the Review.

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Infants weighing less than 1,000 gm at birth showed decreasing weight percentiles over the period of hospitalization as compared to fetal growth, and infants who took longer to regain their birthweight had a greater loss of percentiles 30 PRETERM INFANTS (Steward & Pridham, 2002). Over the first year, premature infants weighed less than fullterms but grew at the same rate, and girls weighed less and grew more slowly than boys (Pridham, Brown, Sondel, Clark, & Green, 2001). Maternal and infant negative behaviors during feeding related to increased weight growth, whereas illness severity was related to slower growth.

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