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Stewart Greenberg
I'm a Miami Personal Injury Lawyer with offices throughout Florida.
I'm a Miami Personal Injury Lawyer with offices throughout Florida.

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#VIPSuites #Hotel #Oia - #Santorini - #Greece

A unique experience visiting the world's renowed santorini Caldera.O I A the tranquil and fascinating village on the island's northern border. With the Venetian castle and the neoclassic mansions Oia's settlement is a unique approach to the volcano breathtaking views. Spectacular vistas and the beautiful sunset promise an unforgettable vacation in discreet style.Tucked into the rocky cliff hidden amongst stairways find your own private nest complete with a terrace facing the volcano to take your breath away. The newly renovated traditional suites are tastefully furnished with traditional and modern overtones awash with light and host guests in comfort and privacy. M A K E your stay a memory to cherish.
VIP Suites Hotel Oia - Santorini - Greece
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What do you call a "city" where none of the vehicles on its roads are driven by actual, human drivers? The one designed by the +University of Michigan Mobility Transformation Center and the +Michigan Department of Transportation is called "Mcity" and it's a 32-acre testing ground for driverless and autonomous cars.

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Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Overview: Reasons Babies are Admitted to the Neonatal ICU & Medical Errors that can Occur in the NICU

There are many reasons a newborn will be admitted to theneonatal intensive care unit (NICU).  When a baby is born prematurely or had a difficult labor and delivery, she mayneed help breathing, and the ICU is the only unit that cares for babies who are intubated and on breathing machines (ventilators).  Once on a vent, the physician can give medication to help the baby’s lungs mature, if necessary, and the baby can slowly be weaned off the machine.  Premature babies often suffer from high bilirubin levels (jaundice), low red blood cell counts (anemia) and periods in which breathing stops (apnea).  These conditions and many others can be better managed in the NICU.

Sometimes when babies are born, there are signs of brain, heart or lung problems.  The baby may have been born non-vigourous and limp, which is a sign of many serious issues, including brain injury and hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (HIE).  If a baby is not breathing, is struggling to breathe or has an abnormal heart rate, she may need to be resuscitated.  These issues, as well as low APGAR scores, are all reasons a baby may need to be admitted to the NICU.

In the absence of major genetic problems, most seizure and brain disorders – including hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (HIE) – are caused by events that occur during or near the time of birth.  Injuries that occur during this time period are called birth injuries.  Most birth injuries are caused by a lack of oxygen to the baby’s brain during labor and delivery, which is called asphyxia or hypoxia-ischemia.  Brain injury caused by asphyxia / hypoxia-ischemia is called hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy.  HIE can cause a baby to have the following conditions:

Cerebral palsy (CP) 
Periventricular leukomalacia(PVL – primarily in premature babies)
Developmental delays
Intellectual disabilities.

Asphyxia / hypoxia-ischemia affect numerous body systems.  Even if these conditions don’t cause a baby to have hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (HIE), they can cause the newborn to have seizures, intracranial hemorrhages (brain bleeds), hypoglycemia, respiratory distress syndrome (RDS) and many other problems that require a stay in the NICU.

In this article, we will discuss the many issues babies face when in the NICU.


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Did you know nearly 500,000 young adults each year are injured due to distracted driving?

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Over the course of a lifetime, an average two-income family can spend $155,000 in 401(k) fees. A Supreme Court ruling this week could change that.

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