Karina Elena Bernardis Bühler

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The performance of very low birth weight preterm infants, in terms of cognition and expressive language, was analyzed and compared with that of term infants with the Protocol for Expressive Language and Cognition Development Observation (PELCDO). The study involved 12 very low birth weight preterm infants and 20 term infants, all of whom were evaluated(More)
PURPOSE To verify the accuracy of clinical evaluation compared with videofluoroscopic swallowing studies in the detection of isolated laryngeal penetration and laryngeal aspiration in children with suspected dysphagia; to identify clinical signs and symptoms associated with isolated laryngeal penetration and laryngeal aspiration; and to determine the(More)
OBJECTIVE To analyze the scientific literature on dietary changes in preterm children during the first years of life. DATA SOURCE The PubMed database was used for article selection. The texts were analyzed according to their objectives, research design, and research group characteristics. The following were selected to comprise the criteria: (1)(More)
BACKGROUND Objective and systematized analysis of cognitive and expressive language development. AIM To characterize expressive language and cognitive development considering the diversity and complexity of children's productions. METHOD This study involved 20 subjects (10 male and 10 female), who were adequate for gestational age and birth weight and(More)
BACKGROUND Oral feeding is one of the most complicated tasks for a preterm infant to achieve. AIM To identify the factors associated with the start and extension (time) of oral feeding transition in preterm infants. METHOD 40 preterm infants born with gestational ages of 34 weeks and 6 days maximum. RESULTS Pulmonary, cardiac, hematological medical(More)
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