Deborah K. Steward

Affiliations: 
Ohio State University, Columbus, Columbus, OH 
Area:
Nutrition, Medicine and Surgery, Nursing
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Fortney CA, Steward DK. (2017) A qualitative study of nurse observations of symptoms in infants at end-of-life in the neonatal intensive care unit. Intensive & Critical Care Nursing
Fortney CA, Steward DK. (2015) Medical record documentation and symptom management at the end of life in the NICU. Advances in Neonatal Care : Official Journal of the National Association of Neonatal Nurses. 15: 48-55
Fortney CA, Steward DK. (2014) A new framework to evaluate the quality of a neonatal death. Death Studies. 38: 294-301
Kaminski MM, Clancy KL, Steward DK. (2014) Dilemmas Surrounding Interpretation of Gastric Residuals in the NICU Setting Infant, Child, and Adolescent Nutrition. 6: 286-294
Weber AM, Harrison TM, Steward DK. (2012) Schore's regulation theory: maternal-infant interaction in the NICU as a mechanism for reducing the effects of allostatic load on neurodevelopment in premature infants. Biological Research For Nursing. 14: 375-86
Steward DK. (2012) The impact of gestational weight loss on maternal and neonatal outcomes. Evidence-Based Nursing. 15: 51-2
Steward DK. (2012) Growth Outcomes of Preterm Infants in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: Long-term Considerations Newborn and Infant Nursing Reviews. 12: 214-220
Carroll J, Slobodzian R, Steward DK. (2005) Extremely low birthweight infants: issues related to growth. McN. the American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 30: 312-8; quiz 319-20
Karn CM, Steward DK. (2005) Nutrition and weight gain before the diagnosis of bronchopulmonary dysplasia Newborn and Infant Nursing Reviews. 5: 149-155
Steward DK, Moser DK. (2004) Intrauterine growth retardation in full-term newborn infants with birth weights greater than 2,500 g. Research in Nursing & Health. 27: 403-12
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