Does individual room implemented family-centered care contribute to mother-infant interaction in preterm deliveries necessitating neonatal intensive care unit hospitalization?

@article{Erdeve2009DoesIR,
  title={Does individual room implemented family-centered care contribute to mother-infant interaction in preterm deliveries necessitating neonatal intensive care unit hospitalization?},
  author={Omer Erdeve and Saadet Arsan and Fuat Emre Canpolat and Ilgi Ozturk Ertem and Belma Saygili Karagol and Beg{\"u}m Atasay and Murat Yurdakok and Gulsevin Tekinalp and Tomris Turmen},
  journal={American journal of perinatology},
  year={2009},
  volume={26 2},
  pages={159-64}
}
The aim of the study was to investigate the effect of individual room care in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) on the factors that influence mother-preterm infant interaction. Mothers in group I had hospitalization with their preterm infants in an individual room in the NICU. Mothers in group II were not hospitalized but had opportunity to visit their babies and spend time with them whenever they wanted. On the postdischarge third month, mothers were assessed for parental stress… CONTINUE READING

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