This second edition of An Introduction to Neonatal Nursing Care now includes developments in caring for the pre-term, sick newborns while still offering a systematic approach. It is an expansive book covering all areas of neonatal nursing, providing the reader with genuine examples of clinical practice. Written in a three-part structure, the book looks at general issues such as the essence of care, ethics, protection, and welfare. It also presents a range of conditions commonly affecting pre-term infants such as jaundice, renal disorders, and gastrointestinal conditions. Additionally, the book discusses universal issues surrounding infant care, such as transport, nutrition, pain management, and pharmacology. Case studies relevant to the topics under discussion encourage readers to reflect on and assess their own practice. Exam questions throughout the text provide extra support for students.