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DEVELOPING TAILORED CLOTHING FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

DANILA, Victoria

This article provides an analysis of the development clothing systems effectiveness that are tailored to preventive interventions for premature babies. An analysis of the clinical trials conducted has been framed in a contemporary development model that emphasizes the role of clothing and its requirements for the characteristics of premature babies. The products used suggested that positive outcomes could be understood in terms of improving the development pathways associated with parental sensitivity and their participation in intensive care of children. The conceptually described products have all the features recommended to premature babies depending on the degree of gestation.

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