Diversification of results of orientating questionnaire of motoric and psycho-social development in regard to the level of educational maturity (school readiness) in prematurely born children
Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Rzeszowskiego
Introduction. Currently, one of the most common problems in neonatology is the occurrence of distant consequences of prematurity. In infants, toddlers, and children with special problems, there can be disorders in psychomotor development and in growing, and later also intellectual and cognitive disorders. Pre-school and early-school age is particularly significant in the lives of prematurely born children. In this period, usually beside the stage of somatic growth, there is intensive physical and mental development and intellectual disorders may appear. Aim. Assessment of preterm training in motor skills and psychosocial development Materials and methods. The research group consisted of 61 prematurely born children aged 5-8. Perinatal interviews were collected and basic anthropometric measurements were performed. Results. There is no statistical significance between questionnaire results in particular areas of development, summary, age, gender, subsequent pregnancies, number of fetuses, delivery term and the type of delivery. Conclusions. The Apgar disinfectant scale differentiates the results of the indicative questionnaire on motor development research. The results of the study confirm the prognostic importance of the Apgar scale in terms of development.
development of premature babies , orientation study , school readiness
European Journal of Clinical and Experimental Medicine T. 16, z. 4 (2018), s. 289–299