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JollyPop Pacifiers PREEMIE Size FOR PREMATURE OR SMALL FULL TERM BABY'S Blue Natural Scent

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Pacifiers are a great way to soothe your baby, especially if your baby is fussy after a feeding or painful procedure like vaccinations. The American Academy of Pediatrics reports that offering a pacifier at bed and nap time can reduce the incidence of SIDS.* At Sandbox Baby, we offer the same JollyPop pacifiers that are used in hospitals. JollyPop pacifiers are designed for safety and comfort. The curved shape fits your baby’s face and helps babies keep JollyPop in their mouths. The nipple is naturally shaped, which can help prevent nipple confusion, making the JollyPop pacifier a great choice for infants that are either breast feeding or bottle feeding. Whether you need a preemie pacifier, newborn size or the Plus size for babies beginning to teethe, JollyPops are perfect for every baby.

Every baby who was given a modified pacifier during heel sticks had heart rates considerably lower than the babies who did not get the modified pacifier. And the oxygen-saturation levels of the babies with pacifiers were significantly higher. Those who got the modified pacifier also scored better on the Neonatal Infant Pain Scale (NIPS), which tracked crying, breathing patterns, facial expressions, limb movement and arousal. Simply put, the preemie pacifiers worked.

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In time for Mother’s Day, the nurse who developed the groundbreaking “preemie pacifiers” is asking the American Academy of Neonatal Nursing to make sure more babies to have access them. Harriet Miller, Ph.D, ARNP, is a nurse in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women and Babies. After years of working

Orlando, Fla - In time for Mother’s Day, the nurse who developed the groundbreaking “preemie pacifiers” is asking the American Academy of Neonatal Nursing to make sure more babies to have access them. Harriet Miller, Ph.D, ARNP, is a nurse in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women and Babies in Orlando. After years of working around preemies in the world’s largest NICU under one roof, she developed the special pacifier after noticing that the tiniest of her patients in the NICU did not have a voice.