An app for answering common breastfeeding questions, another to aide in interpreting bilirubin trends in newborns, and 3 more top neonatal care apps.
From neonatal jaundice prevention to answering a new mother's questions on breastfeeding, primary care physicians can offer a range of guidance in neonatal care. That is why this month, our app reviewer has selected 5 neonatal care apps that primary care physicians can use to aide in the treatment of newborns as well as help parents navigate their child's development. In the slideshow above, we offer highlights of:
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LactFacts helps encourage new mothers to breastfeed with evidence-based answers to common breastfeeding questions.
NeoMate - For NICU Staff provides the latest evidence-based guidance to help physicians care for newborns in their critical time of need.
Baby Feed Timer, Breastfeeding is a thoughtful app that allows nursing mothers to easily track breastfeeding.
BiliApp - Neonatal Jaundice Charts is a user-friendly tool that physicians can use to interpret bilirubin trends in newborns.
BiliApp is available at iTunes.
Growth: baby & child charts helps parents keep track of their baby's critical developmental data including weight, height, and body mass index.