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《Chongqing Medicine》 2017-34
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Observation on the effect of non-nutritive sucking on low birth weight infants

Zhou Youshu;Qi Wenhui;Huang Shengcai;Wang Yinyu;Department of Paediatrics,Maternal and Child Health Hospital of Fuzhou City;Department of Paediatrics,the First People′s Hospital of Fuzhou City;  
Objective To study the effect of non-nutritional sucking intervention on low birth weight infants.Methods One hundred and forty cases of low birth weight infants were randomly divided into experimental group(n=73)and conventional group(n=67).Both groups of infants were treated with enteral nutrition.The experimental group was treated with non-nutritive sucking interventions.Results The abnormality rate of QRS wave(2.74%)and heart rate(4.11%)in experimental group were significantly lower than those in the conventional group(11.94%,17.91%),the differences were statistically significant(P0.05).In the experimental group,the meconium discharge time,recovery time,nasogastric tube indwelling time and the time of intestinal nutrition reached 481.4 kJ-1·kg-1·d-1 were significantly lower than that of the conventional group(P0.05).The incidence of bloating(2.74%),vomiting(2.74%)and gastric retention(5.48%)in experimental group were significantly lower than than of the conventional group(13.43%,11.94%,25.37%),P0.05.There was no significant difference in the incidence of apnea and diarrhea between the two groups(P0.05).Conclusion Non-nutritional sucking intervention can effectively reduce the incidence of ECG abnormalities and feeding complications in low birth weight infants.
【CateGory Index】: R722.1
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