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Comparing the Effects of Swaddle and Conventional Bathing Methods on Behavioral Responses in Preterm NeonatesIJN
The newborn's first bath, performed in Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICU), is believed to be a stressful situation, especially for the premature infants. As a developmental care approach, swaddle bathing is a low-stress bathing method for vulnerable preterm neonates. Given the limited number of the studies examining this bathing method, the present study was conducted with the aim of comparing the effects of swaddle and conventional bathing methods on some behavioral responses in prematurefatcat:75iprtu6qrhn5fzej426lh5sme