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Trastornos del sueño en niños sanos

@inproceedings{Convertini2003TrastornosDS,
  title={Trastornos del sue{\~n}o en ni{\~n}os sanos},
  author={G. Convertini and Sara Krupitzky and M. R. Tripodi and Liliana Carusso},
  year={2003}
}
Resumen El sueño es una de las manifestaciones que pueden reflejar perturbaciones del desarrollo infantil. Los trastornos del sueño son motivo de consultas frecuentes, ya que se asocian con el despertar nocturno, situación que generalmente provoca gran perturbación familiar. Objetivos. 1) Evaluar el sueño continuo. 2) Evaluar la prevalencia de los trastornos del sueño y 3) observar la relación de los trastornos del sueño con el colecho. Población, material y métodos. Se investigaron las… Expand
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