The relationship between quite sleep and neurobehavioral development in preterm infants

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The relationship between quite sleep and neurobehavioral development in preterm infants
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著者 Gima Hirotaka
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著者英語Author Gima Hirotaka
所属Affiliation School of physical Therapy, Koriyama Institute of Health Sciences
著者 Ichinose Daisuke
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著者英語Author Ichinose Daisuke
所属Affiliation Department of Rehabilitation, Iwata City Hospital
著者 Ohgi Shohei
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著者英語Author Ohgi Shohei
所属Affiliation Department of Rehabilitation, Seirei Christopher University
Subject
Premature infant
amplitude-integrated EEG
aEEG
neurobehavioral assessment
NDC
Natural science
Description

[Background and aims]
 Recent experimental data suggest sleep plays a role in brain development. Behavioral and physiologic assessments of neonatal sleep might lead to more developmentally appropriate state regulation for infants in intensive care and assist in daily medical care and predicting the neurodevelopmental outcome. Analysis of sleep patterns using amplitude-integrated electroencephalography (aEEG) might predict further neurobehavioral developmental states in premature infants. The study aimed to evaluate the relationship between sleep states, investigated by aEEG, and short-term neurobehavioral developments in preterm infants.
[Study design and subjects]
 aEEG and neurobehavioral assessments (Neonatal behavioral assessment scale ; NBAS) were performed at 37-39 weeks of post-conceptional age for 10 infants (median gestational age and birth weight were 35 weeks and 2175g. Quiet sleep (QS) data were collected by aEEG over 12 consecutive night hours. QS as the duration of QS intervals and the variation of QS duration periods were analyzed. NBAS were scored by six cluster scores (Habituation, Orientation, Motor, State Range, State Regulation and Autonomic Stability). Correlations analyses examined the relationship between the QS measurement items and NBAS cluster scores.
[Results]
 There were significant negative correlations between the variation of QS duration periods and state range (ρ=-0.71, p<0.05), and the variation of QS duration periods and state regulation scores (ρ=-0.77, p<0.55).
[Conclusions]
 Stable QS periods appear to have some short-term effects on neurobehavioral development in premature infants and therefore protected sleep during premature care is potentially advantageous in improving an infant’s neurobehavioral status.

Publisher
日本生体応用計測研究会
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Journal Article
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ISSN/ISBN
21856095
NCID
AA12555879
Journal Title
生体応用計測
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Issue
6
Start Page
17
End Page
21
Date of Issued
2015-10-31
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Copyright © 2015 日本生体応用計測研究会 All Rights Reserved.
Citation

生体応用計測. 2015, 6. 17-21.

Set Type
地域学研究科・地域学部
Language
English
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