Dynamics of acute morbidity and risk factors that cause frequent acute respiratory tract infections in infant children during their first year in a foster family
Автор: Kocherova O.Yu., Antysheva E.N., Chubarovsky V.V., Filkina O.M., Vorobeva E.A.
Статья в выпуске: 1 (29), 2020 года.
Our research goal was to study dynamics of acute morbidity and reveal risk factors that caused frequent acute respiratory tract infections (acute RTIs) in infant children during their first year in a foster family (FF). We examined health of 100 infant children at the moment they were adopted and after a year spent in a foster family; we also examined psychological peculiarities their foster mothers had. Our control group included 90 infant children of the same age who lived with their blood parents and their mothers. We studied social and biological case histories and performed clinical examinations of children. Psychological examinations of foster mothers and parent-child relations in families were performed with mini MMPI tests, procedures developed by Yu.A. Alyoshina, L.Ya. Gozman and E.M. Dubovskaya; A.Ya. Varg; V.V. Stolin; E.G. Eidemiller and V.V. Yustitskis. We applied Wald’s sequential analysis to draw up an expectancy table. Our research allowed us to reveal that infant children who had spent a year in a foster family were more frequently assigned into “often ill” category than children who lived with their blood parents...
Risk factors, acute respiratory tract infections, children, infancy, foster families, social and biological case history, a psychological profile of a mother, parent-child relations
Короткий адрес: https://readera.org/142224420
IDR: 142224420 | DOI: 10.21668/health.risk/2020.1.08