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Överskrift Interventions in early infancy. Special Section: Australian Regional Meeting: Attachment and the relationship between the infant and caregivers.
Upplaga 13
Sidor 329-336
Överskrift Interventions in early infancy. Special Section: Australian Regional Meeting: Attachment and the relationship between the infant and caregivers.
Beskrivning Describes 3 interventions to help infants of high-risk pregnancies and deliveries facilitate attachment both to and from their caregivers. Prenatal intervention includes giving high-risk pregnant women video feedback during prenatal ultrasound, which reduced maternal anxiety, obstetric complications, and fetal activity and improved neonatal outcome (increased weight gain, better performance on the Brazelton Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale, and decreased irritability). Intervention aimed at reducing stress in the neonatal intensive care unit includes providing preterm neonates nonnutritive sucking opportunities to reduce stress during heelsticks and gavage feedings and providing preterm neonates and preterm cocaine-exposed neonates massage therapy, which facilitated weight gain and better performance on the Brazelton scale. Following improved neonatal behavior, infants would be expected to have better interactions with their caregivers.
Källa Infant Mental Health Journal
Publicerad 1992
Författare Field T

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