A Randomized-Control Trial to Test Breast Milk Odor/Taste on Preterm Infant Pain During Venipuncture
Hsiang-Ping Wu, PhC, RN - School of Nursing, Chung-Jen Junior College of Nursing, Health Sciences and Management, Chia-Yi County, Taiwan; Jen-Jiuan Liaw, PhD, RN - School of Nursing, National Defense Medical Center, Taipei, Taiwan
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|Keywords||breast milk odor/taste integration;
preterm infant pain;
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