2018
DOI: 10.29333/ejgm/93471
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Lullaby effect with mother’s voice on respiratory rate and the speed of its return to the pre-suction state in intubated preterm infants, during tracheal tube suction Kerman, Afzali pour hospital 2016

Abstract: Introduction & Objective: Acceptance of newborns in the intensive care unit is regarded as one of the most important health care challenges due to the use of painful invasive procedures that are frequently performed on admitted infants. Today, the use of palliative non-pharmacological methods has been repeatedly emphasized in the literature. Therefore, the present study determine lullabies effect with mother's voice on heart rate in preterm infants during tracheal tube suction. Materials and Methods:This cross… Show more

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“…5 Studies have explored how interventions based on the mother's voice contribute to the development of premature infants. These interventions are based on speaking, 6 singing lullabies, 7 and reading picture books. [8][9][10][11] The results indicate that stimulation from the mother's voice reduces crying time and improves newborns' sleep and physical health.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…5 Studies have explored how interventions based on the mother's voice contribute to the development of premature infants. These interventions are based on speaking, 6 singing lullabies, 7 and reading picture books. [8][9][10][11] The results indicate that stimulation from the mother's voice reduces crying time and improves newborns' sleep and physical health.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%