The transition to oral feeding in low-risk premature infants: relation to infant neurobehavioral functioning and mother-infant feeding interaction.

@article{Silberstein2009TheTT,
  title={The transition to oral feeding in low-risk premature infants: relation to infant neurobehavioral functioning and mother-infant feeding interaction.},
  author={Dalia Silberstein and Ronny Geva and Ruth Feldman and Judith M. Gardner and Bernard Z. Karmel and Hava Rozen and Jacob Kuint},
  journal={Early human development},
  year={2009},
  volume={85 3},
  pages={157-62}
}
BACKGROUND The achievement of oral feeding is a critical task for the premature infant-mother dyad, yet neurobehavioral and relational factors associated with feeding difficulties of low-risk premature infants during hospitalization are not well understood. AIM To examine the relations between infant neurobehavioral functioning, the transition to oral… CONTINUE READING