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"dr martha welsh" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"dr martha welsh" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hospital connected to the incredible medical technology that would save her life it took us months before i actually even saw her faith because she had so many tubes in and when you're beanies the situation it's almost like you can't let your guard down really dan 'cause you're scared of losing despite the advances that keep younger and younger preterm babies alive these kids are still at much higher risk for emotional behavioral and developmental problems leader in life but a longterm study here at columbia university medical center in new yorkpresbyterian is testing if the simplest of human interactions being combed my mom taking in her smell being sued by her voice whether these actions can somehow change the development of these children by strengthening their emotional connection muscles pressure the intervention is the brainchild of dr martha welsh fold yes the brain is developing very rapidly especially at the end of panels prime minister flynn the baby is born early who doesn't have the same environment that promotes that growth in fact the baby has performed for loans child is dumb by found on light it's a call to let brain child move the mountain so what we're doing is trying to make up i want to the greatest possible for the past few months we've been following the family and several others has gone through this study elliot kerr dennis found it hard to feel like a mother in this clinical setting the harry's approached in bonds with the baby that behind a class you can only put your hand in there and touch them but you can't hide them he can hold them but in the study cardenist learned how to touch hands connect with her sons copper here's nichelino to various was taught.

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"dr martha welsh" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"dr martha welsh" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hospital for months oh asking skintoskin keith and be caroline are part of an ongoing research effort of columbia university medical center in new yorkpresbyterian examining whether the most basic nurturing techniques like this quiet moment can help heal the traumas of premature birth the more you do this the more you reinforce that connection the slow while you are coming me and i am coming you and then to crave being together south perpetual this intervention is the brainchild of dr martha welsh she says that while much of this seems like the standard care offered to premature babies in their parents here the focus is one hundred percent on strengthening the emotional connection between mother and child it's not cerebral visceral cut feelings they're beginning to set this pattern of calming each other it seems so basic very basic i think look is wanted for the last few months we've been following several moms and their premature babies through this process neil needle intensive care units give these children a better shot at survival now than at any other time in history in the early nineties a child born as early as twenty three or twenty four weeks was unlikely to survive now the routinely do but despite that leaving the womb so early still puts these kids at high risk for emotional behavioural and developmental challenges this intervention is meant to help minimise those impacts the mummy feel more comfortable.

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