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infant care practices related to cot death in turkish and moroccan families in the netherlands

by:OPeREAL     2019-08-24
From 1979 to 1993, the risk of infant crib death for Turkish babies was much higher than for Dutch babies.
In contrast, the risk of infant crib death in Morocco is about three times that of Dutch babies in the same period.
This study shows that these differences have disappeared, while there are still differences in infant care practices between these ethnic groups. At 28 well-
Baby Clinic, questionnaire distributed for this sample selection.
Reply of 82%.
Data were collected from 55 Turkish families, 54 Moroccan families and 210 Dutch families.
Less than 7% of the three ethnic groups still place babies in prone positions.
Moroccan mothers barely smoke.
Turks use pillows, and Moroccan people use soft mattresses more often.
Moroccan families use sw swaddling more widely.
The time the mother lived affected some nursing practice.
The results of this study were that group-specific safe sleep intervention campaigns could be carried out for Turkish and Moroccan families.
Pilot studies were conducted, including 22 Turkish families living in the Utrecht region, 44 Moroccan families and 31 Dutch families.
After the analysis, several items of the questionnaire were adjusted and prepared for this study.
The Netherlands Central Bureau of Statistics collected a list of villages and cities, of which more than 500 Turks and more than 500 Moroccan families lived.
Randomly select 8 areas such as urban areas and suburbs.
This is a representative sample of population concentrations in Turkey and Morocco.
From June 1999 to October 1999, two interviewers from 28 previously trained Wells collected data through face-to-face interviews. baby clinics.
From the pilot study, we learned that many minority mothers who do not speak Dutch are accompanied by a family member who speaks Dutch.
It was decided not to use the translation for practical and economic reasons.
Consultation time at well
All parents of 4-to 2-year-old babies, not only from Turkey, Morocco and the Netherlands, were asked to attend.
The race of the child is defined as the race of the mother.
The final question of the questionnaire was whether parents had heard of Scott\'s death.
The thermal resistance of the total number of layers of bedding is defined by the tog value.
Tog is a unit of thermal resistance, and when the heat flows through the surface of the material, one tog is 10 times the temperature difference between degrees Celsius between the surface of the material.
6 Tog values are estimated based on the usual use of bedding reported by parents.
Analysis of the data using the statistical software package of social sciences using the ρ and logistic regression analysis of Spelman (SPSS)version 8.
Demographic data and tog values were analyzed using X2 test, ANOVA and t-test.
Mixed factors were selected in advance from early Dutch studies, literature reviews and ongoing international studies.
They are: the age of the mother, the age of the baby, the order of birth, and the education of the mother.
All p-values are double-tailed.
As a result, data were collected from 55 Turkish families, 54 Moroccan families, 210 Dutch families and 33 decent families of other races, with 83% responses.
The study then excluded 33 families of other ancestry because the number of families per ethnic group was too small.
41 parents refused to participate, 4 children did not meet the age standard in retrospect, and 32 parents did not participate due to language difficulties.
The following demographic data were collected: gender, birth order, birth interval, parental education, mother smoking at interview and mother smoking during pregnancy, Age of baby, Age of parent, age of mother at birth, the country in which the parents were born, and the stay in the Netherlands (table 1).
The Turks and Moroccan are no different in most demographic traits, except that Moroccan babies are much younger than Dutch and Turkish babies.
Dutch parents are highly educated.
We examined a number of age-related factors through multivariate analysis, such as room sharing, bed sharing, use of pillows, use of down comforters in summer and winter, and whether the use of dummies was confused.
Some of these factors are affected by age;
Age-specific grouping was performed for these factors.
View this table: View the inline View pop-up table 1 the prevalence of easy sleep for population factors is very low (
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