Biomedical and Psychosocial Determinants of Early Neurodevelopment After Preterm Birth.
Glob Pediatr Health
Prematurity and them related conditions are subject of scientific discussion. From the point of view optimization of postpartum processes, timely assessment of individual biomedical and psychosocial conditions and management of preventive intervention is very important, because of its linkage to issues of preterm infants and their families in long-term perspectives. The goal of the literature review is to bring together existing body of knowledge on biomedical, psychological, and social issues of premature infants related to early neurodevelopment in order to achieve better systemic vision. For this goal scientific articles related to neurological development delay of premature children and the possibilities of their timely identification were processed using electronic scientific search systems. Diagnostic tools to identify at-risk children and early intervention programs discussed in the article, significantly improve the chances of premature child development. In the article Introduced materials are to support: Clinicians to make correct decisions regarding important components of premature infants; Healthcare policy makers to plan targeted programs and activities; Public to better understand prematurity issues, especially in case of prematurely-born family members.
Women & Children
Kvaratskhelia, Natia; Rurua, Nana; and Vadachkoria, Surab G, "Biomedical and Psychosocial Determinants of Early Neurodevelopment After Preterm Birth." (2023). Articles, Abstracts, and Reports. 7282.