Association of uncoordinated sucking pattern with developmental outcome in premature infants: A retrospective analysis

Stress signals during sucking activity such as nasal flaring, head turning, and extraneous movements of the body have been attributed to incoordination of sucking, swallowing, and respiration (SSR) in premature infants. However, the association of uncoordinated sucking pattern with developmental outcomes has not yet been investigated. | Association of uncoordinated sucking pattern with developmental outcome in premature infants: A retrospective analysis

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