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My PICOT question is: For newborn infants does delaying the newborn bath reduce the risk of infants admitted with low temperatures compared with bathing within first two hours of birth? So now that my PICOT question has been refined from last week, it is now time to find keywords or search terms to use in library databases to find articles related to my question, according to Walden Student Center for Success (2012). The search term I chose was newborn bath. After narrowing down the search term I organized the different types of evidence by using different levels of the evidence pyramid. Systemic reviews are at the top because they are the highest level of evidence and least common and as you go down the pyramid the amount of evidence will increase but the quality will decrease (Walden University Library, 2012). The first evidence-based practice research was using filtered resources by a systemic review. A systemic review is asking a specific question, performing literature review, eliminating poorly done studies, and attempting to make practice recommendations. All three databases were
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  • Winter '17
  • Donna Hathorn

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