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Clothes for the 2 to 4 lb. Micro Preemie
If you're not sure where to go from here... Dressing a micro preemie in the NICU can be a huge challenge. This video offers some wonderful solutions for getting around all the tubes and wires and still helping your baby feel safe, warm, and loved.
NICU Wrap Gowns for the Micropreemie - NICU Wrap Gowns combine the comfort and coverage of a traditional sleeping gown with the ingenuity of our NICU Wrap Shirt. There's never a need to pull the gown over the head or hand through a sleeve. The front panels fold over the shoulder and are fixed in place with two side flaps that are fastened with Velcro®. In like manner the sleeves are formed by folding a flap around the underside of the arm and affixed to the front.
NICU Wrap Shirts for the Micropreemie - Often NICU preemies require leads from head, chest, and/or limbs as well as tubes to the mouth and nose. These connections make pulling a shirt or gown over baby‘s head or threading tiny hands through sleeves impossible! That‘s why the NICU Wrap was developed. Simply place your baby on the flat, opened wrap and fold the front panels over the shoulders. Then fold the side panels around the front and fasten with the Velcro fastener.
NICU Kimono Shirts and Gowns for the Micropreemie - As with our other wrap-type garments, the NICU Kimono shirt and the NICU kimono gown wrap around the torso without having to slip anything over the head. The arms easily The NICU kimono gown slip through the generous armholes and then the rest of the garment wraps around the front and attaches with a velcro® fastener. Both garments easily accommodate most tubes and leads.
Hats and Caps from the NICU Micropreemie - Covering your babies head helps to keep her warm. More body heat escapes from the head — in babies and adults — than from any other part of the body. Choose from a nice variety of hats and caps specifically designed for that tiny little head.
What if your preemie is tethered to a web of tubes and wire - Heated incubators in the NICU preempt the need for the warmth-maintaining feature of clothing. Even so, the positive emotional benefit of NICU-friendly clothing can not be underestimated – for baby, parents, and staff.