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What are common stressors that hospitalized infants may experience?

Some common stressors that hospitalized infants may experience include the following:
  • separation from parent
  • impaired basic needs
  • stranger anxiety
  • limited caregiver involvement
This content originally appeared on the Alliance for Kids website.

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