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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2004;25(5): 147-161.
일반 영아와 위험군 영아에 관한 발달 평가
오명호 , 이인규 , 이희정
The Developmental Comparisons in Preterms at risk, Full-terms at risk, and Normal Infants
Myung Ho Oh , In Kyu Lee , Hee Jung Lee
This study was designed to explore developmental evaluation in healthy full-term, at risk preterm and full-term infants. Specifically the purposes of the study were to investigate Psychomotor Developmental Index(PDI) and Mental Developmental Index(MDI) based on Bayley Scales of Infant Development(1993). The subjects were 72 infants, 24 each for healthy full-term infants, 24 each for at risk preterm infants and 24 each for at risk full-term infants such as having neonatal asphyxia, hypoxic ischemic brain damage, respiratory distress syndrome. The data were analyzed through Kruskal-Wallis test and correlations to examine healthy full-term, at risk pre-term and at risk full-term infants. Results showed that there were significant differences among healthy full-term, at risk pre-term and at risk full-term infants in PDI and MDI. On the correlation with PDI and MDI, infants showed significant correlations. Early interventions for developmental improvement are required for functional outcome in these infants.
Key Words: Bayley 영유아 발달검사, Bayley Scales of Infant Development-2, full-term infants at risk, pre-term infants at risk, interventions for developmental improvement
주요어: 위험군 만삭아, 위험군 미숙아, 중재 프로그램
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