Journal of Nursing

Analysis on the Main Points of Nursing Premature Infants

Xiang Jiang

Abstract


Compared with normal newborns, premature babies are more fragile and more sensitive to the external environment. Therefore, there are more precautions in the care of premature babies, because the incidence of preterm birth is relatively high. In the face of more premature infants, we should have a deep understanding of the relevant content of premature infant care. This article will conduct a detailed analysis of the key points of premature infant care and clarify the precautions of premature infants in the nursing process.


Keywords


Nursing; Premature Infants; Essentials

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/jn.v9i4.186

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