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Elena-Carmina Drăgulescu, Mihaela Oprea, Cătălina Zorescu, Roxana Şerban and Irina Codiţă

Abbreviations S. aureus : Staphylococcus aureus HCWs: Healthcare workers WHO: World Health Organization HCAI: Healthcare-Associated Infection NICUs: Newborn Intensive Care Units TB: Tuberculosis MRSA: Methicillin-Resistant S. aureus ICU ward: Intensive Care Unit ward MSSA: Methicillin-Susceptible S. aureus References 1. Polak JD, Ringler N, Daugherty B. Unit Based Procedures: Impact on the Incidence of Nosocomial Infections in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit. Newborn Infant Nurs Rev. 2004 Mar;4(1):38-45. DOI: 10.1053/j

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Manuela Cucerea, Marta Simon, Elena Moldovan, Marcela Ungureanu, Raluca Marian and Laura Suciu

. Congenital heart disease in the newborn requiring early intervention. Korean J Pediatr. 2011;54:183–91. doi: 10.3345/kjp.2011.54.5.183 5. Olney RS, Ailes EC, Sontag MK. Detection of critical congenital heart defects: Review of contributions from prenatal and newborn screening. Semin Perinatol. 2015;39:230-7. doi: 10.1053/j.semperi.2015.03.007. 6. American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine. AIUM practice guideline for the performance of an antepartum obstetric ultrasound examination. J Ultrasound Med. 2003;22:1116–25. 7. AIUM practice guideline for the

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Aspazija Sofijanova, Katica Piperkova and Olivera Jordanova

. Encefalopatia hipóxico-isquémica del recien nacido a término: recientes avances, marc a d o res de hipoxia y opciones terapêuticas. Rev Neurol. 2000;31:617-623. 14. Volpe J. Neurology of the newborn, unit III, 4th edition,chapter, 2001:6-9. 15. Ferriero DM. Neonatal brain injury. N Eng J Med.2004;351:1985-1995. 16. Macaia A. Muerte celular en la hipoxia-isquemia neonatal. Rev Neuro l. 2000;31:784-789. 17. Grow J, Barks JDE. Pathogenesis of hypoxic-isquemic cerebral injuryin the term infant: current concepts. Clin

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Silvana Naunova Timovska, Svetlana Cekovska and Katerina Tosheska-Trajkovska

Research International. 2014, 2014: 601568. 8. Bezerra CT, Vaz Cunha LC, Libório AB. Defining reduced urine output in neonatal ICU: importance for mortality and acute kidney injury classification. Nephrol Dial Transplant. 2013; 28(4): 901-9. 9. Morhal NE, Brocklebank JT, Maedow SR, et al. A review of acute reanal failure in children: incidence, etiology and outcome. Clin Nephrol. 40: 91-95. 10. Andreoli SP. Acute renal feilure in the newborn. Semin Perinatol. 2004; 8: 112-123. 11. Joannidis M, Metnitz B

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Elena Moldovan and Manuela Cucerea

AR (eds): Manual of Neonatal Care - Sixth edition. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia, 2007;87-93. 15. Al Ammouri I, Jaradat S, Radwan J. Severe coarctation of the aorta in a 900 g donor of twin-twin transfusion newborn with successful repeated transcatheter angioplasty: a case report. Cardiol Young. 2014; Apr 4:1-4. [Epub ahead of print]. 16. Bahtiyar MO, Dulay AT, Weeks BP, Friedman AH, Copel JA. Prevalence of congenital heart defects in monochorionic/ diamniotic twin gestations: a systematic literature review. J Ultrasound Med. 2007;26:1491-8. 17

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K Haskova, K Javorka, M Javorka, K Matasova and M Zibolen

References 1. Kocvarova L, Lucanova L, Zibolenova J, Paulusova E, Matasova K. Early postnatal changes in the superior mesenteric artery blood flow parameters in late preterm newborns - a pilot study. Acta Med Martiniana, 2013; 13 (1): 27-32. 2. Henderson-Smart DJ. Apnoea in the newborn infant. Aust Paediatr, 1986; 22 (Suppl1): 63-66. 3. Hannam S, Ingram DM, Milner AD. A possible role for the Hering-Breurer deflation reflex in apnea of prematurity. J Pediatrics,1998; 132: 35-39. 4

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Anna B. Pilewska-Kozak, Beata B. Dobrowolska, Anna Majewska, Grażyna Stadnicka, Agnieszka K. Pawłowska-Muc, Klaudia Pałucka, Agnieszka Bałanda-Bałdyga and Joanna Tkaczuk-Włach

– Rybska D, Zdun–Ryżewska A, Zach E. Stres psychologiczny i czynniki na niego wpływające u opiekuna dziecka krótkotrwale hospitalizowanego. [Psychological stress and its causes for caregives of children hospitalized for short time]. Pediatr. Med. Rodz. 2012; 8 (3): 268-271. 7. Palma EI, Von Wussow FK, Morales IB, et al. Stress in parents of newborns hospitalized in a neonatal intensive care unit. Rev. Chil. Pediatr. 2017; 88 (3): 332-339. 8. Jopek A, Gadzinowska-Szczucińska J, Szczapa T. Ocena percepcji stresu odczuwanego przez rodziców dzieci

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Sevgin Özlem İşeri-Erten, Zeliha Günnur Dikmen and Nuriye Nuray Ulusu

References 1. Usha D, Ranjan DB. Newborn screening – from Guthrie age to genomic age. J Obstet Gynecol India 2010; 60: 210–20. 2. Tezel B, Dilli D, Bolat H, Sahman H, Ozbaş S, Acıcan D, et al. The Development and Organization of Newborn Screening Programs in Turkey. J Clin Lab Anal 2014; 28: 63–9. 3. Dilli D, Çzbaş S, Acıcan D, Yamak N, Ertek M, Dilmen U. Establishment and development of a national newborn screening programme for congenital hypothyroidism in Turkey. J Clin Res Pediatr Endocrinol 2013; 5: 73–9. 4. Tokatli A, Coşkun T, Ozalp

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Agnieszka Kopeć, Anna Aftyka, Ewa Humeniuk, Beata Rybojad and Ilona Rozalska-Walaszek

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Introduction. Significant progress in the perinatal and intensive care therapy resulted in a meaningful increase of survival of extremely immature, and burdened with severe diseases neonates. Although infants are the patients of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, the needs of their parents should also be noticed and realized. The aim of the study was the analysis of the parents’ experiences of children hospitalized in the NICU.

Material. The research material comprises 39 written contributions of parents of children hospitalized in the NICU.

Method. A qualitative analysis of the text was used. Quotes of parents were classified in three categories: emotions, thoughts and support.

Results. Fear, happiness, joy, uncertainty, stress and shock are the most frequently emotions appearing in the parents’ reports. The most frequently mentioned areas of cognitive reactions of parents include: realization of child’s mortality, realizing problems of the premature birth, search for the guilty, and the reformulation of looking at the world. Parents often described support they received, but also pointed to the areas where support lacked.

Conclusion:

  1. As a result of intense emotions, both positive and negative tint that parents experience at birth of a premature or sick child, multi-disciplinary care is necessary in order to reduce the negative effects of experienced emotions.

  2. Support, including information support for parents of critically ill newborns is a key skill in the practice of doctors taking care of children hospitalized in NICU.

  3. Psychological support is an essential element of the holistic care of the neonate’s family.

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Hassan Boskabadi, Gholamali Maamouri, Shahin Mafinejad and Farzaneh Rezagholizadeh

Otorhinolaryngology. 2008;20(51):27-32. Rostami N, Mehrabi Y. Identifying the Newborns at Risk for Developing Significant Hyperbilirubinemia by Measuring Cord Bilirubin Levels. J Arab Neonatal Forum. 2005;2:81-5. Kaini NR, Chaudhary D, Adhikary V, Bhattacharya S, Lamsal M. Overview of cases and prevalence of jaundice in neonatal intensive care unit. Nepal Med Coll J. 2006;8(2):133-5. Ozolek JA, Watchko JF, Mimouni F. Prevalence and lack of clinical significance of blood group incompatibility in mothers