We systematically reviewed how effectively maternal voice interventions supported the clinical outcomes and development of preterm infants. A total of 512 preterm infants were included in 15 studies with different designs, from January 2000 to July 2015. Live and recorded maternal voice interventions were associated with the physiologic and behavioural stabilisation of preterm infants, with fewer cardiorespiratory events, but the evidence was insufficient to evaluate the long-term effects. Well-defined determinants and clear setting conditions are needed for such interventions. Conclusion: Further research that investigates the long-term efficacy and effects of live maternal voices on preterm infant development is needed.

Systematic review of maternal voice interventions demonstrates increased stability in preterm infants / Filippa, Manuela; Panza, Costantino; Ferrari, Fabrizio; Frassoldati, Rossella; Kuhn, Pierre; Balduzzi, Sara; D'Amico, Roberto. - In: ACTA PAEDIATRICA. - ISSN 0803-5253. - 106:8(2017), pp. 1220-1229. [10.1111/apa.13832]

Systematic review of maternal voice interventions demonstrates increased stability in preterm infants

Filippa, Manuela;Ferrari, Fabrizio;Frassoldati, Rossella;Balduzzi, Sara;D'Amico, Roberto
2017

Abstract

We systematically reviewed how effectively maternal voice interventions supported the clinical outcomes and development of preterm infants. A total of 512 preterm infants were included in 15 studies with different designs, from January 2000 to July 2015. Live and recorded maternal voice interventions were associated with the physiologic and behavioural stabilisation of preterm infants, with fewer cardiorespiratory events, but the evidence was insufficient to evaluate the long-term effects. Well-defined determinants and clear setting conditions are needed for such interventions. Conclusion: Further research that investigates the long-term efficacy and effects of live maternal voices on preterm infant development is needed.
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Systematic review of maternal voice interventions demonstrates increased stability in preterm infants / Filippa, Manuela; Panza, Costantino; Ferrari, Fabrizio; Frassoldati, Rossella; Kuhn, Pierre; Balduzzi, Sara; D'Amico, Roberto. - In: ACTA PAEDIATRICA. - ISSN 0803-5253. - 106:8(2017), pp. 1220-1229. [10.1111/apa.13832]
Filippa, Manuela; Panza, Costantino; Ferrari, Fabrizio; Frassoldati, Rossella; Kuhn, Pierre; Balduzzi, Sara; D'Amico, Roberto
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