ACM  >> Vol. 1 No. 3 (December 2011)

    Effectiveness of Video-Based Method on Kangaroo Care for Mother of Premature Infant

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Video-Based; Kangaroo Care; Mother of Premature Infant



Background. The benefits of the kangaroo care to premature children are not only more stable physiological conditions to promote growth and development, positive behavioral development, reducing hospital infection rates, but also can promote parent-child attachment, the success of breastfeeding, increase parental confidence and enhancing the satisfaction of mothers in preterm children. Objectives. The video- based Kangaroo care program is conducted to increase the willingness and action of kangaroo care and the proportion of kangaroo care for mother of premature infant. Methods. The nursing care guide CD-ROM contained description kangaroo care, the advantages of advanced preparation and precautions. The watching time was about 10 minutes to reduce the mothers feel tired and reduce the willingness. Results. The results show that kangaroo mother care, cognition, parenting confidence, parent-child attachment relationship, hos- pital pressure, the proportion of breastfeeding, and mothers’ satisfaction are significantly improved. Con- clusions. The video-based health education program could be regarded as a model to guide clinical nursing care.

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