Preemie Links

Core 23 Bio Bank Cord Blood Bank
The Cord Blood Center Our team at the Cord Blood Center provides the latest up-to-date information and free resources for expecting parents and those with a sick child who could benefit from receiving a cord blood transplant. There have been over 35,000 cord blood transplants thanks to donors worldwide. With more awareness we can increase this number and further save the lives of children suffering from cancer and other serious illnesses.
The Tiniest Babies We have developed this website to serve as a registry for the world's smallest surviving babies. Because the survival of infants with birth weights less than 400 grams (14.1 ounces) is very uncommon, it is not possible for meaningful data on the outcomes of these infants to be collected in a single neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) or even a network of NICUs. We hope over time to collect and collate data on the long-term health, growth, and development of this vulnerable group of infants. The infants listed in this registry include those reported in the lay media as well as medical journals. We have not attempted to verify the information listed, since in most cases this would not be possible. We invite health care providers and parents to send us corrections or updates of data already included in the registry or to submit new cases for addition to the list. We hope that the information provided here will be of some help to physicians and parents faced with difficult decisions about obstetrical and pediatric care in situations where such a tiny baby may be born. It is well known, however, that gestational age is a much more important factor than birth weight in determining the prognosis of an extremely premature baby.
Arkansas Children's Hospital Arkansas Children's Hospital is the only pediatric medical center in Arkansas and one of the largest in the United States serving kids from birth to age 21. Our pediatric health care facility boasts an internationally renowned reputation for medical breakthroughs and intensive treatments, unique surgical procedures and forward-thinking medical research - all dedicated to fulfilling our mission of enhancing, sustaining and restoring children's health and development. Arkansas Children's Hospital provides innovative care for patients and families in the fields of childhood cancer, pediatric cardiology, neonatology, pediatric orthopedics, vascular anomalies and more. The physicians, nurses and staff of Arkansas Children's Hospital are committed to providing care, love and hope to the children of Arkansas and the world.
University of Arkansas for Medical Services Although it’s one of the most natural conditions in the world, pregnancy carries high risks for some women and their babies. Approximately 10 percent of all pregnancies in Arkansas are classified as high risk. Ensuring that these special cases receive the special medical care necessary requires a special health-care facility. In our state, that facility is UAMS Medical Center.
Meriter Health Services - Parenting Your Premature Baby Information & Support
The Preemie Community Forum This is your place on the Web to meet friends, ask questions, and share stories -- all within a safe, secure environment. We hope you'll enjoy the time you spend here.
Share Your Story The March of Dimes "Share your Story" website. Tons of information and lots of support!
Kangeroo Care Proven to be beneficial to preemies! Read about it here.
March of Dimes The March of Dimes is an organization that helps increase awareness of premature birth and the problems facing preemies.
Care Pages Support groups and forums
Preemie Parenting Information and support
Preemie Web Site - Stories & News Information and support
Parents of Premature Babies (Preemie-L) Information and support
Baby Mine Store Clothing & Stuff for preemies
Jacqui's Preemie Pride Clothing & Stuff for preemies
The Nuture Place Clothing & Stuff for preemies
Preemie Store Clothing & Stuff for preemies
Preemies R Us Clothing & items for preemies. Lots of information and links. Support forums etc.