Newborn Baby JacketsBaby newborn jackets
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Harry and Simon with one of the jackets 10 min after Harry's delivery at Nottingham City Hospital. The new " baby jacket " used in Nottingham Hospital allows the parent to have close communication between his/her baby and his/her newborn' body. Featuring a knotted front, the top is innovatively engineered for use in the OR.
Can be reversed so that mothers and fathers have private contacts with their neonates without taking off their entire garments. This comes after many families and families have said to the clinic that they want to do more with childbirth, even if they see a baby born in the theater, as they see this closeness as an important way to connect with their family.
Hope Kim, of the one who works in the motherhood surgeries at Nottingham City Hospital, said: "In the theatre, the regular sizes of our heads weren't really good for skin-to-skin contacts, because the baby couldn't be seen by the nurse and the heads were often bad. Recently, the PENNA was short-listed for the Patient Experience Network National Awards.
The new top was described as "absolutely brilliant" by Simon Riley, whose Liz husband gave life to her boy Harry in a caesarian section at the Nottingham City Hospital Theater on 29 January. "As a father, it's amazing to just be able to participate and get touch from person to person," he said. Both Nottingham City Hospital and Queen's Medical Centre are using the coat after the obstetricians came up with the concept and were supported by senior executives from the Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust.
A Nottingham City Hospital caregiver, Bex Wine, who assisted with the development of the concept, said: "We investigated whether it was a pop front that was smooth and one-way so your parent could experience skin-to-skin with the baby.