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Anonymous asked in 健康其他:保健 · 2 decades ago

請幫我翻譯(職能治療專業術語)請不要用翻譯軟體(急用)

Overall, the parent education programs provided by respondents were comprehensive parents were educated on all aspects of the infant’s daily and medical care, were included in participation and demonstration of infant care procedures, and were given written information and home programs for after discharge. This would seem to corre-spond with McKim’s (1993) recommendations in her study of the information and support needs of 56 mothers of premature infants. Based on survey responses from at lcast 36% of the mothers about what information they had wanted but had not received during their hospital stay, McKim recommended that instruction during hospitalize- tion should focus on daily care, infant behavioral cues , infant development, and follow-up plans and that mothers be encouraged to participant in their infant’s care so that they feel more competent about caring for their infant. According to the occupational therapist respondents in our study, they play an important role in providing parent education in the NICU setting. The importance of their role is supported by the finding that although more than half worked 20 hr or less per week in the NICU, they were identified third most frequently by Group A respondents (NICUs with an occupational therapist on the ream ) as a provider of parent education and were seen by Group A as responsible for providing parent educating parent education on infant posi – tioning, infant developmental milestones, interpretation of infant states and cues, and feeding. These topics coincide with areas where experienced occupational therapists in the NICU have the specialized skills and education (AOTA, 1986: Case-Smith,1993:Hunter, 1996).Evaluation and treat-ment of feeding problems has been identified as an essential skill for NICU occupational therapy practice(Dewire et al, 1996 )and the present study reveled that occupational therapists are highly involved in reaching parents about feeding, especially oral stimulation and oral sensitivity tech-niques. In addition, the present study corresponded with Matthews’s (1994) report that support for normal develop-ment of bottle-feeding and breast-feeding is one of the occupational therapist’s many roles in the NICU. The liter- ature states that therapeutic positioning has been a consis-tent and essential role of the occupational therapist in the NICU (Updike, Schmidt,Macke, Cahoon,Miller,1986:Vergara,1993).All of ore occupational therapist respon-dents(n=37) reported that they provide parent education on positioning, which suggests that this is an area where occupational therapists are in strong agreement about their role in the NICU

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  • 2 decades ago
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    總之,父母教育規劃由問卷回答者提供是全面父母是教育的在所有嬰兒的每日和衛生保健的方面,包括在嬰兒關心規程的參與和示範,和被給了書面資訊和家庭節目為在放電以後。這會似乎對應以McKim (1993)的推薦在她的資訊的研究中和支持未成年者的56個母親需要。根據勘測反應從至少36%母親關於在他們的醫院逗留期間哪些資訊他們想要但未獲得, McKim 推薦,指示在住院治療期間應該集中於每日關心、嬰兒關於行為的暗示、嬰兒發展, 和後續計劃並且母親被鼓勵對參加者在他們的嬰兒的關心以便他們感到能幹關於照料他們的嬰兒。根據職業治療師問卷回答者在我們的研究中,他們充當在提供父母教育的一個重要角色在出生加護病房(NICU)設置。他們的角色的重要性由發現那雖然更多比一半在出生加護病房每星期工作20 個小時或較少,他們像負責任最頻繁地第三辨認了由Group A 問卷回答者(大量在出生加護病房與職業性治療師)。作為父母教育提供者和看見了由Group A 對提供父母教育的父母教育在嬰兒安置,嬰兒發展嬰兒狀態的里程碑、解釋和暗示,並且哺養支持。這些題目與老練的職業治療師在出生加護病房有專業技能和教育的區域相符(AOTA, 1986: Case-Smith, 1993:Hunter, 1996)。哺養的問題的評估和治療被辨認了作為一個根本技巧為出生加護病房職業療法實踐(Dewire等1996)。並且本研究顯露職業治療師高度被介入在到達父母關於哺養,特別是口頭刺激(oral stimulation)和口頭敏感性(oral sensitivity)技術。另外,本研究對應了以支持對於人工餵養正常發展並且給哺乳是職業性在出生加護病房的治療師的許多角色的當中一個的Matthews 的(1994) 報告。文中闡明,治療安置是職業治療師在出生加護病房一致的一個根本角色(Updike, Schmidt, Macke, Cahoon, 米勒1986年: Vergara, 1993)。所有(礦石)職業口頭治療師問卷回答者(n=37) 報告,他們提供父母教育在安置,建議這是在出生加護病房的角色的區域職業治療師是在強的協議。

    原文更正如下:

    Overall, the parent education programs provided by respondents were comprehensive parents were educated on all aspects of the infant’s daily and medical care, were included in participation and demonstration of infant care procedures, and were given written information and home programs for after discharge. This would seem to correspond with McKim’s (1993) recommendations in her study of the information and support needs of 56 mothers of premature infants. Based on survey responses from at least 36% of the mothers about what information they had wanted but had not received during their hospital stay, McKim recommended that instruction during hospitalization should focus on daily care, infant behavioral cues, infant development, and follow-up plans and that mothers be encouraged to participant in their infant’s care so that they feel more competent about caring for their infant. According to the occupational therapist respondents in our study, they play an important role in providing parent education in the NICU setting. The importance of their role is supported by the finding that although more than half worked 20 hr or less per week in the NICU, they were identified third most frequently by Group A respondents (NICUs with an occupational therapist on the ream) as a provider of parent education and were seen by Group A as responsible for providing parent educating parent education on infant positioning, infant developmental milestones, interpretation of infant states and cues, and feeding. These topics coincide with areas where experienced occupational therapists in the NICU have the specialized skills and education (AOTA, 1986: Case-Smith, 1993:Hunter, 1996). Evaluation and treatment of feeding problems has been identified as an essential skill for NICU occupational therapy practice (Dewire et al, 1996) and the present study (revealed) that occupational therapists are highly involved in reaching parents about feeding, especially oral stimulation and oral sensitivity techniques. In addition, the present study corresponded with Matthews’s (1994) report that support for normal development of bottle-feeding and breast-feeding is one of the occupational therapist’s many roles in the NICU. The literature states that therapeutic positioning has been a consistent and essential role of the occupational therapist in the NICU (Updike, Schmidt, Macke, Cahoon, Miller, 1986: Vergara, 1993). All of (oral) occupational therapist respondents (n=37) reported that they provide parent education on positioning, which suggests that this is an area where occupational therapists are in strong agreement about their role in the NICU.

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  • 1 decade ago

    discharge 翻作 "終止(治療)"

    occupational therapist 翻作 "職能治療師"

    occupational therapy 翻作 "職能治療"

    oral stimulation 翻作 "口腔刺激"

    oral sensitivity 翻作 "口腔敏感性

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