Newborn babies around the world are going to benefit from a groundbreaking research project conducted at Waikato Hospital by neonatal nurse practitioner Dr Deborah Harris and Dr Phil Weston.  The study investigated treatment for babies who have low blood glucose concentration (hypoglycaemia) – a condition that puts them at greater risk for brain injuries.  The publishing of the study and its findings had big implications for the care of newborns in hospitals around the world said Dr Harris.

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