The critical information only available from MRI. The safety and efficiency of keeping the baby in the NICU. With the Embrace® Neonatal MRI System from Aspect Imaging, Ltd, both are now possible, without compromise. The first system designed exclusively for the specific needs of the NICU baby, while keeping the entire process inside the NICU, the 1.0 Telsa Embrace has a small footprint designed to fit into space similar to a private family room in the NICU. A workflow the NICU team desires, the critical data clinical decisions demand and the comfort of the NICU the baby requires. Better care demands better technology.
Prolacta is the pioneer in standardized human milk-based nutritional products for premature infants in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Prolacta believes that there is no adequate replacement for human breast milk and, as such, we believe infant nutritional products should be human milk-based.
Families Bridge to Caring Hands podcasts and modules in Spanish are made possible by a grant from Prolacta. Podcasts are produced by Families Bridge to Caring Hands, which is solely responsible for content.
The National Coalition for Infant Health educates and advocates on behalf of premature infants from birth to age two. NCfIH envisions safe, healthy infants whose families can access the information, care and treatment their babies need.
The Council of International Neonatal Nurses™ or COINN is an exciting organization that represents nurses who specialize in the care of newborn infants and their families or have a special interest in this area of nursing. COINN, pronounced just like the money-currency or a coin – acts much like money as a method of exchange of information among countries. COINN is part of the growing international community of nurses that represents a resource for nurses that want to form a national or local organization, create guidelines for care or professional standards or just want advice on neonatal nursing issues.
Hope for HIE is the premier global resource for awareness, education, advocacy and support surrounding neonatal and pediatric hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (HIE). Serving a worldwide community, the organization provides a comprehensive support network for families, collaborates with research and medical professionals, and leads advocacy initiatives to reduce incidence and increase quality of life for those affected by HIE. Hope for HIE is a 501(c)3 non-profit registered with the IRS.
PreemieWorld was created to help bridge the gap between parents and professionals in the NICU, at home and beyond. With books, videos and other products and tools, the hope is to make everyone’s life just a little bit easier as the “new normal” is created in the life of the preemie and his/her family.
Glo is a special agency that helps support the parents that are experiencing one of the toughest moments of their lives and sometimes without much notice. It takes an extraordinary person to understand the emotions they are going through and to be able to interact with them with the utmost care. The founder decided to start a support group after having three premature children.