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Never let go: the story of an extreme micro preemie

Neonatology: Caring for premature babies in the NICU

Caring for premature and micro preemies is a constant weighing of options for neonatal doctors and nurses working in NICUs. The Times presents a graphic look at the different care equipment needed - from the incubator to the endotracheal tubes and pulse oximeters - as well as the possible complications related to caring for babies of extreme premature births.

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PART TWO:
The zero zone

In a neverland of sick babies, the NICU is a place where there is no future or past. Every moment is a fight for existence.

NEXT: Baby's breath - How does one calculate the value of a life? Online Friday, Dec. 14.


 
Neonatology: Caring for premature babies in the NICU