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Синдром внезапной смерти младенца: эволюция определений, эпидемиология и факторы риска

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Представлен обзор литературы по проблеме синдрома внезапной смерти младенца (СВСМ). Сделан акцент на эволюции определений диагноза, некорректном использовании «синонима» — термина «синдром внезапной детской смерти» в нашей стране. Приводятся эпидемиологические характеристики СВСМ в странах с различным уровнем подушевого дохода населения. Анализируется современный взгляд на теории возникновения синдрома. Факторы риска проанализированы с позиции влияния/изменения, т.е. возможной модификации с целью повлиять на инцидентность синдрома, что важно для врача-педиатра. Обсуждены протективные факторы СВСМ как основа первичной профилактики. Предложен алгоритм (правило РОСтоК) организации безопасного пространства сна младенца с целью снижения рисков смерти детей первого года жизни, ассоциированных со сном. Алгоритм предлагается использовать при создании образовательных программ для беременных и родителей детей первого года жизни.

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Н. Н. Кораблева
Сыктывкарский государственный университет им. Питирима Сорокина
Россия

Кораблева Наталья Николаевна, кандидат медицинских наук, доцент, заведующая кафедрой педиатрии медицинского института 

167001, Сыктывкар, Октябрьский пр-т, д. 55


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Получала гонорары за выступления в качестве спикера (выступления на научно-образовательных мероприятиях), чтение лекций от компании ООО «Нестле Россия»



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