A szoptatás fájdalomcsillapító hatása

Effects of breastfeeding on pain relief in full-term newborns

Leite AM, Linhares MB, Lander J, Castral TC, dos Santos CB, Silvan Scochi CG.
Clin J Pain. 2009 Nov-Dec;25(9):827-32.

Abstract

Breastfeeding may be useful for relieving procedural pain experienced by neonates. Researchers have compared breastfeeding against other pain relieving approaches in several studies, presenting marked methodologic heterogeneity.

Enhanced kangaroo mother care for heel lance in preterm neonates: a crossover trial

C C Johnston, F Filion, M Campbell-Yeo, C Goulet, L Bell, K McNaughton and J Byron

Journal of Perinatology (2009) 29, 51–56

Objective: To test if enhancing maternal skin-to-skin contact, or kangaroo mother care (KMC) by adding rocking, singing and sucking is more efficacious than simple KMC for procedural pain in preterm neonates.

Conclusion: The sensorial stimulations from skin-to-skin contact that include tactile, olfactory sensations from the mother are sufficient to decrease pain response in premature neonates.

The calming effect of a maternal breast milk odor on the human newborn infant

Nishitani S, Miyamura T, Tagawa M, Sumi M, Takase R, Doi H, Moriuchi H, Shinohara K.

Neurosci Res. 2008 Nov 1. [Epub ahead of print]

Abstract

We examined the effects of the odors from mother's milk, other mother's milk and formula milk on pain responses in newborns undergoing routine heelsticks.

Breastfeeding or Oral Sucrose Solution in Term Neonates Receiving Heel Lance: A Randomized, Controlled Trial

Luigi Codipietro, Manuela Ceccarelli, and Alberto Ponzone

PEDIATRICS Vol. 122 No. 3 September 2008, pp. e716-e721

Abstract

OBJECTIVE. The purpose of this work was to compare the efficacy of breastfeeding versus orally administered sucrose solution in reducing pain response during blood sampling through heel lance.

Breastfeeding or Breastmilk to Alleviate Procedural Pain in Neonates: A Systematic Review

Prakesh S. Shah, Lucia Aliwalas, Vibhuti Shah. Breastfeeding Medicine. 2007, 2(2): 74-82.

Abstract

Objectives: To (1) compare breastfeeding with control (placebo, no treatment, sucrose, glucose, pacifiers, or positioning) and (2) compare breastmilk with control for procedural pain in neonates.

Szoptatás vagy idegen női tej adása a kiváltott fájdalom enyhítésére újszülötteknél

Informed - A fájdalom által kiváltott élettani változások befolyásolják a morbiditás alakulását újszülötteknél. Klinikai tanulmányok csökkenést mutattak ki az élettani paraméterekben és a fájdalom objektíve mérhető értékeiben, ha előzetesen fájdalomcsillapítót adtak olyan újszülötteknek, akiknél valamilyen fájdalom vagy stresszes állapot állott fenn. Erre a célra nem-gyógyszeres (ringatás, pólyázás, szoptatás), valamint gyógyszeres (acetaminofen, szaharóz, opioidok) eljárásokat alkalmaztak.

Analgesic effect of breast feeding in term neonates: randomised controlled trial

Newborn infants routinely undergo painful invasive procedures, even after uncomplicated birth. Evidence shows that neonates do feel pain and may even have increased sensitivity to pain and to its long term effects compared with older infants. Treating procedural pain has become a crucial part of neonatal care. In healthy infants, the most common painful procedures are heel lance and venepuncture. Pharmacological treatments are rarely used during these procedures because of con­cerns about their effectiveness (topical local anaesthetic

Breastfeeding Is Analgesic in Healthy Newborns

Larry Gray, Lisa W. Miller, Barbara L. Philipp, Elliott M. Blass

PEDIATRICS Vol. 109 No. 4 April 2002, pp. 590-593

Abstract

Context. This study identifies a behavioral and nonpharmacologic means of preventing newborn pain.

Objective. To determine whether breastfeeding is analgesic in newborn infants undergoing heel lance—a routine, painful, hospital procedure.

Design. A prospective, randomized, controlled trial.

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