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Kangaroo Mother Care: Feelings And Perceptions Of Mothers In Stage Three
Author: Tayanne Kiev Carvalho Dias, Anna Tereza Alves Guedes, Tarsila Nery Lima Batista, Daniele Souza Vieira, Tarciane Marinho Albuquerque, Nathanielly Cristina Carvalho De Brito Santos, Elenice Maria Cecchetti Vaz, Neusa Collet, Altamira Pereira Da Silva R
Publisher: Internet Medical Publishing
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Type of publication: Article
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Worldwide, approximately 20 million premature and low birth weight (LBW) infants are born every year. One third of such infants die before age one, despite the technological, scientific and therapeutic development of neonatal intensive care units (NICU) and the formulation and implementation of public policies targeting child healthcare 

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