They said we cared too much

Wing, Willa
June 1983
RN;Jun83, Vol. 46 Issue 6, p78A
Academic Journal
Describes the nursing care given for a cardiac baby who was born with a single ventricle in his heart and the greater vessels transposed. Description of the cardiac baby; Physical and emotional support given for the baby; Complications experienced by the baby.


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