Blog posts tagged with 'neonatal'

Winter Care for Newborn Babies
Having a new-born baby during the cold winter months can be quite a nerve-wracking experience for any parent. Babies in particular can be prone to illnesses due to their immune system still developing.
Neonatal Christmas Hats (2015)
For 2015 celebrate the Christmas period with our seasonal themed Tarry caps which are designed to keep your babies warm and comfortable during their stay in hospital. Alongside our usual line of Tarry Caps we now have a limited edition green and red striped hat which increases Christmas festivity in your neonatal wards.
Temperature Probe Covers
Disposable Temperature Probe Covers designed for the maintenance of a baby’s body temperature within incubators and radiant warmers. This is a process to properly manage apnoea, the metabolic rate and insensible water loss.
NICU Monitoring & Protection
During an infant’s time in hospital, there may be the need for them to be protected against pulling at I.V lines and other cables. These lines are extremely important for ensuring the baby is provided with the correct amount of fluids and medication and due to the delicate location of the lines, they may need to be protected from being pulled or knocked.
Breast Milk Labels
Expressed Breast Milk means to squeeze milk out of your breast without a baby latching on to the nipple. It is always best to directly breastfeed a new-born baby however, it is not always possible. If a baby is born premature or is unwell, you can store your breast milk so that the baby can be fed at a later time.
Tarry Gel Pillow
The physical development of a new-born’s neck muscles is important for their future life as it provides the grounds which allows the progress of all their future movement such as sitting up, crawling and walking. The growth of the neck muscles is one of the most important developments a baby will experience in their first few months of life.
One of the most common reasons for women being advised to wean their babies or for women to stop breastfeeding of their own accord is due to sore nipples. Even during the early stages of pregnancy some women stress that their nipples react very sensitively to any pressure and are therefore afraid that breastfeeding will very quickly lead to sore nipples. Many problems with breastfeeding only occur after the mothers have left the hospital. In some cases, the myth that breastfeeding is unfamiliar to begin with and can lead to painful nipples is true.
Heart Probe Covers
The importance of accurate temperature maintenance in incubators and radiant warmers are clinically shown in investigations. This is in order to properly manager apnea,metabolic rate and insensible water loss. Our Tarry disposable temperature probe covers allow you to keep the probe in place for accurate readings of patient’s true skin temperature. It provides a gentle method of securing temperature probes to fragile skin. They are easy to reposition and are comfortable for the patient.
Express Breast Milk Labels
Today, most women in England are choosing to breastfeed as it is the only natural fooddesigned for a baby. Breastfeeding is the healthiest way to feed a baby. The breastfeed will be in the Neonatal Ward at the hospital where the baby is born. Breast feeding has many benefits which include...
Christmas Neonatal Hats
After last year’s success, we are continuing to sell our seasonal hats for seasonal babies. Our Tarry Caps help to keep your babies warm and comfortable during hospital treatment. The colourful, latex-free, knit fabric helps to reduce heat loss from the baby’s head.