Mounting evidence favoring single-family room neonatal intensive care

October 28th 2015 | D. Stevens*, P. Thompson, C. Helseth, J. Pottala

Abstract. Controversy regarding the optimal design for neonatal intensive care has existed for more than 20 years. Recent evidence confirms that in comparison with the traditional open-bay design, the single-room facility provides for improved control of excessive noise and light, improved staff and parental...


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