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TitleRecruitment StatusDate of Registration
When to start kangaroo mother care (KMC - Skin to skin contact) in very low birth weight (VLBW) infants - Early or late?Recruiting26-05-2014
The effect of kangaroo Mother Care (KMC) by mothers and telephone advice on anthropometric indexes and some of the behavioral features in preterm newbornsNot Recruiting2014-04-28
Randomized, Controlled Trial of Kangaroo Mother Care in Increasing the Rate of Weight Gain Among NeonatesNot recruiting06/03/2014
Kangaroo Mother Care and Its Lactogenic EffectsNot recruiting28/02/2014
Comparison of earlier and late onset kangaroo mother care in inmproving the breastfeedingNot Recruiting17-12-2013
The effect of Kangaroo care on pain in preterm newbornsNot Recruiting2013-10-28
The effect of kangaroo mother care in weight gain of low birth weight neonates Not Recruiting2013-07-20
a trial to evaluate the effect of Kangaroo Mother Care and exclusive breast feeding on growth & development of babies with birth weight less than 2500 gram in the first year of lifeNot Recruiting17-07-2013
The Effect of Kangaroo Mother Care on Gastric Residual Volume gavages in Preterm InfantsNot Recruiting2013-03-09
A study to determine the efficacy of Embrace Care device against the currently available solutions in maintaining normal body temperature in low-birth-weight babies in a home setting.Not Recruiting28-02-2013
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