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BabyFirst.com Offers Easy Mobile Access as Trusted Resouce for Preemie Families/Clinicians
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An_248380 posted:

Expecting parents are constantly preparing for their baby's arrival, but they are rarely ready for a preemie -- getting thrust into a high-stress situation in an unfamiliar environment that is quite different from the traditional Labor & Delivery Unit.


BabyFirst.com has just announced its online portal is now available on mobile devices and tablets, offering parents and families of preemies a trusted resource to gain a better understanding of what they can expect in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).


Despite having little to no preparation for the pace and intensity of the NICU, Babyfirst.com allows quick and easy access on a mobile phone or tablet to critical information at the most critical time of their baby's life without having to leave their side. Parents can watch videos, look up medical terms, read and share experiences, and see inspirational profiles of "miracle babies" since they left the NICU — with content shared by fellow parents as well as neonatal doctors and nurses.
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