Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)

Love is in the air: NICU babies celebrate their first Valentine’s Day

Red Alert for cuteness!

Retirement won’t slow down pioneering neonatal nurse Odessa Settles

Odessa Settles may have retired after spending more than 50 years as a neonatal nurse at Vanderbilt, but her career is far from over.

Special delivery: NICU babies’ first Christmas

The addition space allows Becca Parker to move Samuel from his car seat to his stroller safely. (photo by Donn Jones)

Larger accessible parking spaces added to South Garage

Multiple newly striped, larger-sized accessible parking spaces with crosshatched areas to allow for additional space added to the South Garage are helping parents of children with complex needs safely get to clinic visits at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt.

Meg Rush, MD, MMHC, talks about the history of the Stahlman NICU during the reception marking the unit’s closure.

Stahlman NICU transitions to new resuscitation unit

Vanderbilt’s The Stahlman Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, one of the first modern neonatal intensive care units in the world, cared for its last baby and closed at the end of May.

Cannula shortage led to more invasive lung support for infants

A Vanderbilt study found that a three-year shortage of a common cannula used in young infants needing lung support forced hospitals across the United States to switch to a more invasive form of lung support,

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