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Place de l’oralité des prématurés dans les services de néonatalogie d’Aquitaine. Enquête régionale auprès des soignants

Abstract : The link between early eating patterns and verbal oral skills was highlighted, especially for premature infants, who can face unpleasant, even painful oral situations. Knowledge of oral skills set-up for these infants allows appropriate and specific cares. This study aimed to appreciate the arranging of this specific cares in intensive neonatal care unit. The result of this survey, conducted among physicians, health managers and pediatric nurses, established that the subject is widespread in the concern of all caregivers. If some practices are standard on the regional level, such as non-nutritive sucking (NSS) to soothe a crying, the practice of skin-to-skin or preferential use of naso-gastric tube, some are still not (NSS during the enteral feeding, orofacial or olfactory stimuli). Education levels are also uneven, and inscription of orality in service projects is not found in all units. Training and information are still required with these caregivers; speech language therapists have a role to play in this process, although the details are not defined yet.
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Bérangère Auvray. Place de l’oralité des prématurés dans les services de néonatalogie d’Aquitaine. Enquête régionale auprès des soignants . Sciences cognitives. 2011. ⟨dumas-01307141⟩

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