The poignant snap was to Facebook showing a topless young boy keeping his sibling close as they are wrapped up in bedding, while his father does the same for the other newborn at Hvidovre Hospital in Copenhagen in Denmark.
I tre dage flytter Bubber ind p et plejehjem i Hvidovre p lige vilkr med beboerne for at blive klogere p, hvordan de lever der.Bubber har masser af nysgerrige sprgsml, for hvad fokuserer de ldre p, nr dden er lige rundt om hjrnet?'The child becomes more calm and gains weight faster.Research shows that parents bacterial flora - compared with hospital bacteria - reduces the risk of serious infections in these delicate children.'Some had their own stories of the practice helping their babies using 'kangaroo care,' which it's sometimes referred as, and was initially developed to care for preterm infants in areas where incubators are either unavailable or unreliable.Tamara Tammy wrote: 'My son was born in 28th week, we spent 2 months in the hospital skin to skin contact. He was in the neonatal intensive-care unit for seven weeks.
It's so wonderful, it regulates baby's temperature.' She continued: 'We did skin to skin from morning to evening,' and praised staff at the hospital for being 'fantastic.'Karen Barbato also had positive experiences of using the practice. IT was an amazing experience, skin to skin with my child daily.NINO Birth organisation, based in South Africa, posted the poignant snap to Facebook showing the topless young boy keeping his twin sibling close as they're wrapped up in bedding, at Hvidovre Hospital in Copenhagen in Denmark The post by the page, which it says is for Neuroscience for Improved Neonatal Outcomes, continued it was a 'Revolutionary and innovative practices in Uppsala, Sweden.Children of 700 grams can be skin to skin on the parent's chest instead of the incubator.'A Swedish Professor Uwe Ewald, came to Hvidovre hospital in Denmark to talk about his revolutionary practice, where even very small premature babies are taken out of the incubator to be skin to skin with their parents as much as possible.Recommended to Liverpool by former Anfield keeper Michael Stensgaard, who had to retire through injury, Jorgen Nielsen was signed by Roy Evans from Danish side Hvidovre in March 1997.Nielsen did not make a senior debut for Liverpool, but featured in a number of pre-season games and was named as substitute 'keeper on 23 occasions during the 1999-2000 season.He is a healthy and strong 12-year-old today.'While one woman was happy to volunteer to help new parents to take turns. snuggle babies when their moms and dads need a break to get some sleep, shower, eat etc.