Kontrola poziomu dźwięków na oddziale noworodkowym

Control of noise level in the neonatal intensive care unit

Wioletta Cedrowska-Adamus, Ewa Gulczyńska

Klinika Neonatologii Instytutu Centrum Zdrowia Matki Polki w Łodzi

Ewa Gulczyńska
Klinika Neonatologii,
Instytut Centrum Zdrowia Matki Polki
ul. Rzgowska 281/289, 93-338 Łódź
Tel.: 42 271 10 41

Wpłynęło: 15.10.2018
Zaakceptowano: 09.11.2018
Opublikowano on-line: 15.11.2018

Cytowanie

Cedrowska-Adamus W, Gulczyńska E. Kontrola poziomu dźwięków na oddziale noworodkowym.
Postępy Neonatologii 2018;24(2):129–133.
doi: 10.31350/postepyneonatologii/2018/2/PN2018022

WERSJA ELEKTRONICZNA

Streszczenie:
Noworodki przedwcześnie urodzone często są narażone na oddziale intensywnej terapii na dźwięki o nadmiernym natężeniu, przekraczającym dopuszczalny poziom. Przewlekłe narażenie na hałas ma niekorzystny wpływ na prawidłowy rozwój noworodka, w tym na funkcjonowanie układu krążenia, oddechowego, neurologicznego oraz rozwój słuchu.

Słowa kluczowe: noworodek, hałas, oddział intensywnej terapii

Abstract:
Preterm infants in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) are constantly exposed to ambient noise that often exceeds recommended levels. There is a growing concern that noise puts preterm infants at high risk of adverse health effects on the cardiovascular, respiratory, auditory and nervous systems.

Key words: newborn, noise, NICU

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