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NICU nurses are responsible for the youngest patients: they give hands-on care to newborns in crisis conditions, monitor vitals and observe closely, feed and care for infants’ daily needs, maintain detailed records, and inform, educate, comfort, and coach caregivers and families.
Neonatal ICU nurses have several certifications:
NICU nurses must have an ADN or a BSN from an accredited institution. The BSN takes longer, approximately 4 years, but is considered more valuable and will likely help you find work more quickly and at a higher income.
NICU nurses have specific responsibilities: