Newborn Nursing Diagnosis?

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A newborn nursing diagnosis is a list of things for nurses to look out for while caring for a newborn baby in the hospital. The list has several things for the nurses to look for that could be potentially life threatening for the baby. Some things the nurses look for are the swallowing reflexes, breathing problems, body temperature, family bonding, temperature, and family interaction. On average, a newborn baby will stay in the hospital for 24-48 hours until they are released to the parents care.
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