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Effets des troubles respiratoires du prématuré sur le développement de l'oralité

Abstract : The purpose of this research was to investigate whether respiratory disorders have an impact on preterm infants' oral feeding skills, compared with full-term babies and with preterm infants with no respiratory assistance. The comparison of the evolution of the sucking mechanism and oral reflex revealed disturbed oral feeding skills. As a consequence, the acquisition of independent oral feeding skills is slower, feeding more dangerous and the time spent in hospital longer.
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Mélanie Mandrick, Léonor Morand. Effets des troubles respiratoires du prématuré sur le développement de l'oralité. Sciences cognitives. 2013. ⟨dumas-00868653⟩

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