First Premature Baby to be Incubated

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First Premature Baby to be Incubated

Did you know that neonatal nurses do not need to be certified, only licensed?

Did you know that neonatal nurses do not need to be certified, only licensed?

Photo Credit: Photo via Wikipedia under the creative commons license

Did you know that neonatal nurses do not need to be certified, only licensed?

Photo Credit: Photo via Wikipedia under the creative commons license

Photo Credit: Photo via Wikipedia under the creative commons license

Did you know that neonatal nurses do not need to be certified, only licensed?

By: Michelle Remite-Berthet, Fall Editor and Reporter

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On this day in 1888, a premature baby was incubated for the first time. Her name was Edith Eleanor McLean and she only weighed about two and a half pounds!

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