NCC publication update! November 29, 2018

Golden Hours: Care of the Very Low Birth Weight Neonate, 2nd edition is scheduled to be released this month!

This edition has been re-organized to provide the reader better transitions between subject matter. This edition has also been expanded with new chapters, including “Stabilization and Initial Management of VLBW Neonates” and “Umbilical Cord Clamping and Transition at Birth”.

Representing expertise from specialists from around the country (and world), Golden Hours: Care of the Very Low Birth Weight Neonate, 2nd edition is a comprehensive guide that can help you change the outcome for an at-risk neonate.

This indispensable resource includes full-color illustrations, as well as quick-reference charts, tables, and algorithms. Each chapter is organized in an easy-to-follow, outline format for rapid review.

Don’t miss this practical clinical guide for the NICU! .

Neonatal Imaging received an “Outstanding” review score and will soon have its own CE series.

Early this year, Jay P. Goldsmith, MD of Tulane University School of Medicine reviewed Neonatal Imaging for Doody’s Book Review Service. Giving Neonatal Imaging an outstanding score of 91, Dr. Goldsmith states “This is a unique book aimed at bedside providers. I am not aware of a similar resource that addresses the basic imaging issues in the NICU…. This book fills a necessary niche in the literature for the active NICU and will find lots of use by bedside providers.”

If you care for neonates, but have not yet purchased Neonatal Imaging – there is another reason to do so! Not only is Neonatal Imaging a unique resource, NCC is releasing a CE series written from this book. Look for an email notice from NCC in the next few weeks regarding this CE series.