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Chiropractic care of the pregnant woman and neonate

Chiropractic practice is based on the theory that alterations to the biomechanics of the spinal and extraspinal structures, such as the cranial and mandible bones, can lead to altered neural signals...

Effect of gentle manual pressure on neonatal pain during heel prick: a randomised crossover trial

Heel prick tests are one of the most common needle-related painful procedures performed on neonates in hospitals (Carbajal, 2008) Various studies have suggested that acute episodic pain can cause...

Neonatal skin cleansing revisited: Whether or not to use skin cleansing products

Midwives are commonly asked by parents for advice on how they should clean their newborn infant and what should they use on his/her skin The answers are not as straight forward as might be supposed...

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