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The nation learned about Brielle and Kyrie when a beautiful photograph of Kyrie’s arm protectively around her sister, known as the “Rescuing Hug” picture, was published in Reader’s Digest and Life magazine in 1996. People were deeply touched by the expression of love between the two tiny sisters and inspired by the healing that can happen with just the warmth of another person.
The conventional thinking of doctors at that time was that tiny preemies should be kept apart so infections couldn’t spread. But experts now believe that the threat of infection is minimal, and the benefits of the comfort and security gained by the presence of the baby’s twin far outweigh any risks.
“When you consider what these babies have already experienced – - being thrust too early out of the soothing environment of the womb and into the noise, glare and physical discomfort of life in the hospital – - you wonder what added stress is caused by being separated for the first time
Successes in cases such as Brielle and Kyrie’s have led to many more hospitals adopting the practice of co-bedding.
Children’s Hospital in Columbia, Missouri, first began co-bedding in 1998 when the parents of twins Meagan and Jacob Breid asked that they be placed together. Medical staff at the hospital agreed after reading studies from other hospitals in this country and around the world.
“Research indicates that co-bedded infants tend to have better feeding patterns and thus develop at a faster rate,” according to the University of Missouri Health Care web site. “And, because they help regulate each others’ breathing, these infants also present improvements in respiratory control and heart rate.”
The Breid twins showed immediate improvement, according to the web site. Children’s Hospital continues to practice co-bedding.
Marquette General Hospital in Wisconsin also allows parents to choose co-bedding for multiple-birth babies. “Besides being more comfortable, they usually gain weight quicker and maintain body temperature better,” said Cindy Ampe, maternal/child nurse manager, according to the hospital’s web site.
“We have had nothing but positive feedback from parents who have used co-bedding for their twins.”
By Liz Townsend
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