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What are the working hours for neonatal nurses?

The working hours for neonatal nurses vary depending on the nurse.  Some work daytime shifts while others work during the overnight  hours.
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What does a neonate rattlesnake look like?

A Neonate is another word for (young or baby.) Each species of young look different from each other and the adults of the same species.
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What is neonatal?

  A neonate is a newly-born baby, and neonatal is the adjective used to refer to anything (usually hospital-related) that is to do with newborn babies up to a few weeks of (MORE)

This Nurse Has Helped Deliver 3,000 Premature Babies...And They've Got A Surprise For Her

As a neonatal nurse, Jill has helped thousands of babies start healthy lives. Now, she's finally getting repaid for her incredible work.She's helped teach thousands of parents (MORE)

This Nurse Has Helped Deliver 3,000 Premature Babies...And They've Got A Surprise For Her

As a neonatal nurse, Jill has helped thousands of babies start healthy lives. Now, she's finally getting repaid for her incredible work.She's helped teach thousands of parents (MORE)

This Nurse Has Helped Deliver 3,000 Premature Babies...And They've Got A Surprise For Her

As a neonatal nurse, Jill has helped thousands of babies start healthy lives. Now, she's finally getting repaid for her incredible work.She's helped teach thousands of parents (MORE)

A Man Posted A Photo Of His Newborn's Bath Online. One Commenter Pointed Out Something Unbelievable

Most new parents are guilty of posting an excessive number of pictures of their newborns online. One such photo led to a possible diagnosis for this baby girl.Jaundice is a co (MORE)

Hazards of a neonatal nurse?

Hazards of being a neonatal nurse include the heartbreak of seeing  tiny infants sick and dying. There are also long hours and  difficult working conditions.
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Number of neonatal nurses in the US?

There are actually only 3,688 board-certified and board-eligible neonatal nurses in the United States. This number is expected to increase by over 10 percent in the next 5 yea (MORE)