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Infant Motor Skills After a Cardiac Operation: The Need for Developmental Monitoring and Care.

著者 Uzark K , Smith C , Donohue J , Yu S , Romano JC
Ann Thorac Surg.2017 Mar 24 ; ():.
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Neurodevelopmental dysfunction is increasingly recognized as a common outcome of congenital heart defects and their treatment in infancy. The effects of the intensive care unit (ICU) experience and environment on these infants are unknown and potentially modifiable, but no validated metric is available for objective evaluation of early motor impairments in the ICU/hospital setting. The purpose of this study was to characterize the motor status of hospitalized infants after cardiac operations, including the development and field-testing of the Congenital Heart Assessment of Sensory and Motor Status (CHASMS) metric.
PMID: 28347538 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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