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Die effek van stadige barokmusiek op premature babas

E. Aikman, A. G. W. Nolte, C. S. Dörfling
Curationis | Vol 20, No 2 | a1300 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/curationis.v20i2.1300 | © 1997 E. Aikman, A. G. W. Nolte, C. S. Dörfling | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 27 March 1997 | Published: 27 March 1997

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E. Aikman,, South Africa
A. G. W. Nolte,, South Africa
C. S. Dörfling,, South Africa

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The maturing foetus belongs in utero, not in the demanding environment of a specialized care unit. Infants born before term are fragile; their ability to adapt and survive in new surroundings is limited. Although current survival rates are encouraging, morbidity among preterm infants persists and may have iatrogenic underpinnings. As a result, neonatal intensive care units are under closer scrutiny than ever, especially in terms of how they may contribute to developmental disability. (Thomas, 1989:249)


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