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Estudio descriptivo transversal basado en hospitales. The prone sleeping position for sleeping has been identified as the principal risk factor for sudden infant death syndrome SIDS.. The aim of this study was to determine the prevalence of different sleeping positions and other risk factors for SIDS and to identify the advice given to parents in several maternity units in Latin America and the Caribbean through a specially-designed questionnaire.. Descriptive cross-sectional study based in hospitals.

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Estudio descriptivo transversal basado en hospitales. The prone sleeping position for sleeping has been identified as the principal risk factor for sudden infant death syndrome SIDS.. The aim of this study was to determine the prevalence of different sleeping positions and other risk factors for SIDS and to identify the advice given to parents in several maternity units in Latin America and the Caribbean through a specially-designed questionnaire..

Descriptive cross-sectional study based in hospitals. All the countries in Latin America and the Caribbean were contacted through the Pan American Health Organization and responses were obtained from 16 countries..

Two hundred thirteen hospitals answered the survey. The preferred sleeping position for healthy infants was prone in 8. In Concerning the recommendations given to parents on the best position for their infants at home, The results of this study show that in the hospitals surveyed there is a policy of not placing healthy neonates in the prone position. However, the most frequent position was the side, which is not advisable as it increases the risk of SIDS.

To reduce in the incidence of SIDS, campaigns to increase the use of the supine position should be carried out in hospitals and among the general public.. ISSN: Sleeping position to prevent sudden infant death syndrome in latin-american and caribbean hospitals. Descargar PDF. Cafferata a , F. Althabe a ,. Autor para correspondencia. Casilla de Correo, Montevideo Nueva Zelanda. The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Hong Kong. Palabras clave:. Background The prone sleeping position for sleeping has been identified as the principal risk factor for sudden infant death syndrome SIDS.

Objective The aim of this study was to determine the prevalence of different sleeping positions and other risk factors for SIDS and to identify the advice given to parents in several maternity units in Latin America and the Caribbean through a specially-designed questionnaire.

Methods Descriptive cross-sectional study based in hospitals. All the countries in Latin America and the Caribbean were contacted through the Pan American Health Organization and responses were obtained from 16 countries. Results Two hundred thirteen hospitals answered the survey. Conclusions The results of this study show that in the hospitals surveyed there is a policy of not placing healthy neonates in the prone position.

To reduce in the incidence of SIDS, campaigns to increase the use of the supine position should be carried out in hospitals and among the general public.

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This article was published outside of RAND. The full text of the article can be found at the link above. The method used was newborns direct observation in the neonatal care areas, and to fill out a questionnaire applied by trained observers. This questionnaire was adapted from the Maternity Advice Study that includes hospital care for newborns and all the recommendations that parents have to do for newborns at home.

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