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What does HRI stand for?

HRI stands for High-Risk Infant (various organizations)

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  • Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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Teresa Rafferty, founder of the nonprofit program that works within the foster care system to provide high-risk infants and toddlers with a safe, family-focused, child-centered transitional home during periods of crisis intervention.
They should be provided formula derived from hydrolyzed protein or synthetic amino acids * The routine use of SPB formula has no proven value in the prevention of atopic disease in healthy or high-risk infants.
Topics covered include the anatomy, physiology, and conditions of the female reproductive system; the childbearing cycle; the antepartal period; labor and delivery; the postpartum period; the newborn; and high-risk infants.
They pointed to successes with eliminating polio in the United States by routinely vaccinating all infants and children and reducing hepatitis B infections by 75 percent by vaccinating high-risk infants at birth as well as all young children and high-risk, previously unvaccinated adults.