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Behavior of Low Birthweight Infants in Neonatal Period Using Orientation Items of the Brazelton Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale


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Title: Behavior of Low Birthweight Infants in Neonatal Period Using Orientation Items of the Brazelton Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale
Other Titles: ブラゼルトン新生児行動評価の方位反応から見た低出生体重児の新生児行動
Authors: Tsurusaki, Toshiya / Ogi, Shohei / Tahara, Hiroyuki / Akiyama, Tomitaro
Authors (alternative): 鶴崎, 俊哉 / 大城, 昌平 / 田原, 弘幸 / 穐山, 富太郎
Issue Date: 25-Mar-1998
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. 1998, 11, p.35-40
Abstract: LBW児の新生児行動を正常出生児を基準としてみることは母親の不安を増大させる可能性がある.LBW児にはLBW児の新生児行動の特性があると考え,新生児行動評価(NBAS)を用いて検討した.103例のLBW児に対し,のべ316回のNBASを行った.NBASの評価項目の中から方位反応に関する6項目を抽出し,1)評価時期による相違,2)刺激する感覚による相違,3)刺激の質(生命刺激か非生命刺激か)の相違について統計処理を行った.結果として,1)換算45週以降群は各項目の得点が有意に高かった,2)視覚と聴覚の組み合わせによる刺激への反応が高かった,3)視覚および聴覚への単独刺激において生命刺激への反応が高かった. / Mothers of low birthweight (LBW) infants often grow anxious as they compair the neonatal behavior of their infants with normal neonatal behavior. In this study, LBW infants were assessed concerning knowledge of a characteristic of neonatal behavior by using Brazelton's Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale (NBAS). The assessment was carried out a total of 316 times on 103 LBW infants. Six NBAS orientation items were chosen and were statistically analyzed by 1) difference in age at assessment (measured in terms of gestation), 2) difference in type of sensory stimulation, and 3) difference between inanimate and animate stimulation. Results were that: 1) the group aged at 45 weeks scored significantly higher on every item, 2) combination of visual and auditory stimulation evoked better reaction than other methods, 3) animate stimulation was better than inanimate stimulation in generating infant reaction to both visual and auditory stimulation.
Keywords: low birthweight infants / neonatal period / behavior / NBAS / orientation items
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/18267
ISSN: 09160841
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
Appears in Collections:Volume 11

Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/18267

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