Swaddle Bathing Reference List

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2.    Quiraishy K, et al. A protocol for swaddled bathing in the neonatal intensive care unit. NAINR.        2013; (1): 48-50.
3.    Hall K. Practising developmentally supportive care during infant bathing: reducing stress                  through swaddle bathing. Infant. 2008; 4(6): 198-201.  
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5.    VanSleuwen, BE, et al. Swaddling: a systemic review.  Pediatrics. 2006; 120(4): 1097-1106.
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9.    Anderson GC, et al. Axillary temperature in transitional newborn infants before and after tub            bath.  Appl Nurs Res. 1995; 8:123-128.
10.  Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses. Neonatal Skin Care 3rd                    Edition – Evidence Based Clinical Practice Guideline. 2013; 12-20
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23.  Loring C, Gregory K, et al. Tub bathing improves thermoregulation of the late preterm infant.          J Obstet Gynecol Neonatal Nurs 2012; 41(2): 171-9
24.  Dyer JA. Newborn skin care.  Seminars in Perinatology 2013; 37: 3-7
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