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    • Crystal Coe English IV Neonatal Nursing
    • Interesting Facts
      • The term “neonatal nurse” refers to a nurse with specialized training to care for babies in the first 28 days of their lives. (ehow health)
      • There are Three different levels of being a neonatal nurse.
      • Premature babies can be smaller than the palm of your hand.
      • When a baby dies in the first 28 days of life, it is called neonatal death. In the United States in 2006, about 19,000 babies died in their first month (1). (march of dimes)
    • Overall Goal
      • Research
      • Product
      • Motivation
    • Thesis
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    • Link
      • My product was organizing a group of girls to make preemie, 9-patch quilts. I chose this product because neonatal nurses take care of premature babies. The babies have fragile bodies and need something to keep them warm.
    • The Stretch
      • Not knowing how to sew.
      • Never organizing a group before.
      • Learning how to be patient.
    • Problems that I encountered
      • Time management.
      • Finding girls that wanted to sew and knew how to sew.
      • Never sewing before.
      • The cost of fabric.
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    • Works Cited
      • http://www.ehow.com/facts_6866083_fun-neonatal-nurse-practitioners.html
      • http://www.marchofdimes.com/baby/loss_neonataldeath.html