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  • How hospitals wean drug-affected babies off opiates

    Christi Walsh, nurse director of Sutter Medical Center's neonatal intensive care unit, says hospitals wean drug-affected babies off narcotics with medications, quiet environments and lots of cuddling.

Christi Walsh, nurse director of Sutter Medical Center's neonatal intensive care unit, says hospitals wean drug-affected babies off narcotics with medications, quiet environments and lots of cuddling. Claudia Buck/Renee Beyer cbuck@sacbee.com
Christi Walsh, nurse director of Sutter Medical Center's neonatal intensive care unit, says hospitals wean drug-affected babies off narcotics with medications, quiet environments and lots of cuddling. Claudia Buck/Renee Beyer cbuck@sacbee.com

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