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INTERPRETACION DEL LLANTO DEL RECIEN NACIDO

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Creamos una técnica analgésica efectiva, la "saturación sensorial", y describimos el llanto de los niños durante los estímulos dolorosos mediante una escala para puntuar el dolor en la edad neonatal, que se basa en el reconocimiento acústico de algunos parámetros del llanto neonatal.
Autor:
Carlo Bellieni
Columnista Experto de SIIC

Institución:
University of Siena


Artículos publicados por Carlo Bellieni
Coautores
Serafina Perrone* Marianna Maffei* Giuseppe Buonocore* 
University of Siena, Siena, Italia*
Recepción del artículo
20 de Abril, 2007
Aprobación
12 de Julio, 2007
Primera edición
8 de Noviembre, 2007
Segunda edición, ampliada y corregida
7 de Junio, 2021

Resumen
En los últimos años, nuestro grupo de investigación se ha dedicado a describir los factores de estrés neonatal (ruido, vibraciones durante el traslado, campos electromagnéticos y factores de estrés prenatal) y la forma de superarlos. Creamos una técnica analgésica efectiva, que denominamos "saturación sensorial", y describimos el llanto de los niños durante los estímulos dolorosos. El resultado principal fue la creación y validación de una escala para puntuar el dolor en la edad neonatal. Esta escala se basa sólo en el reconocimiento acústico de algunos parámetros del llanto neonatal. Por lo tanto, es fácil de utilizar y también es efectiva.

Palabras clave
dolor, neonato, niño prematuro, escala de dolor, llanto


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Abstract
In the last few years our research group devoted itself to describe neonatal stressors (noise, vibrations during transport, electromagnetic fields, prenatal stressors) and to overcome them. We developed an effective analgesic technique, that we called Sensorial Saturation, and we described babies crying during painful stimuli. The main result was the creation and validation of a scale for scoring pain in neonatal age. This scale is based only on the acoustical recognition of some parameters of neonatal crying. Thus it is easy to use and also effective.

Key words
pain, neonate, premature baby, pain scale, crying


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