Skin-to-skin care, cortical activation and pain behaviour in preterm infants.


Very preterm infants are exposed to many stressful and painful stimuli during care and wide variations in analgesia practices exist between countries and between units in the same country (1). Repeated procedural pain has been shown to have consequences later in life. Pain-related stress during caring procedures has been shown to affect brain growth and… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/apa.13328


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