NIDCAP

AcronymDefinition
NIDCAPNewborn Individualized Developmental Care and Assessment Program (®)
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O instrumento foi baseado em alguns principios do NIDCAP, centralizando-se na interacao/cuidado profissional-prematuro.
Assim, a capacitacao de profissionais para uma nova visao em relacao ao RN e de grande importancia para que os procedimentos e manuseios de rotina, dolorosos e intrusivos do RNPT, sejam empregados de forma individualizada, considerando--se que, nesse periodo, se podem reforcar, mais uma vez, a relevancia do esclarecimento e do aprendizado sobre os comportamentos e as reacoes do RN durante a estada da mae no hospital, ja que o NIDCAP tambem preconiza o envolvimento da familia no cuidado ao prematuro.
Two factors may have contributed to the lower scores: (a) the QuickHeel[TM] lancet device used for this study may have caused less pain than the puncture lancet devices used in prior studies, and (b) the unit in which this study was conducted was a NIDCAP training center and all of the nurses in the unit had been educated to provide developmentally supportive care to infants.
and the director of the West Coast NIDCAP at the college.
Als, who provided leadership for the development of the NIDCAP model, believes that developmental care and family-centered care are inextricably linked.
Zahr, Parker, & 41 mothers and Two-group quasi-experiment (no Cole (1992) their premature random assignment): (a) control infants, mostly group received developmental care African plans without maternal American involvement; (b) experimental group received weekly sessions with a developmental specialist throughout hospitalization and observations of their infant's behavior using NIDCAP and APIB tools.