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Neonatal Behavioral Assessment and Very Early Treatment of Premature Infants Who Achieved Normal Development or Who Ended in Cerebral Palsy


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Title: Neonatal Behavioral Assessment and Very Early Treatment of Premature Infants Who Achieved Normal Development or Who Ended in Cerebral Palsy
Other Titles: 正常発達を遂げた未熟児または脳性麻痺となった未熟児の新生児行動評価と超早期療育
Authors: Akiyama, Tomitaro / Goto, Yoshiko / Tsurusaki, Toshiya / Ogi, Shohei / Kusano, Mineko / Miyaichi, Kazuko
Authors (alternative): 穐山, 富太郎 / 後藤, ヨシ子 / 鶴崎, 俊哉 / 大城, 昌平 / 草野, 美根子 / 宮市, 和子
Issue Date: 31-Mar-1994
Citation: 長崎大学医療技術短期大学部紀要 = Bulletin of the School of Allied Medical Sciences, Nagasaki University. 1994, 7, p.1-9
Abstract: 発達指数では,修正年齢6ヶ月のPDIおよび12ヶ月のMDIにおいて,危険率5%でSFD児がAFD児より低値を示したが,36ヶ月の時点では有意差がなかった. 6ヶ月時の家庭環境値(Caldwell)と発達指数との間に,有意な相関を認めた. 新生児行動評価の個々のクラスター値のみからは発達障害児の予後診断は困難であるが数回の評価を通して,低クラスター値の持続期間とそれらの重複度数とから可能となる.したがって,high risk児に対してはNBASを介入手段として早期評価を実施し,必要に応じて早期療育下に発達経過を観察することが肝要である. / In the development of SFD infants, the indices at 6 months and 12 months were significantly lower (P<0.05) compared to AFD infants, whereas the indices at 36 months didn't show significant differences. The environment scores at 6 months by Caldwell (Home) significantly affected the development indices. Prospective diagnosis of high risk infants is difficult when it is based only on the scores of individual clusters for the neonatal behavioral assessment. However, such a prospective diagnosis in the neonatal period is available to some extent when the duration of low cluster scores and the frequency of overlapped lowscores are taken into consideration. It seems essential to perform assessment of high risk infants using the NBAS as a means of early intervention and to observe the process of development under early treatment and care. We would like to carry out further studies with more cases.
Keywords: NBAS / Premature infants / Early intervention / Cerebral palsy
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/18207
ISSN: 09160841
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
Appears in Collections:Volume 7

Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/18207

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