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Evid Based Nurs 10:42 doi:10.1136/ebn.10.2.42
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Adding swaddling to behaviour modification in infant care did not reduce excessive crying in healthy infants <13 weeks of age at randomisation


 
 Q Does behaviour modification of infant care (ie, regularity of care and stimulus reduction) plus swaddling reduce excessive crying in healthy infants?

METHODS

GraphicDesign:

randomised controlled trial.

GraphicAllocation:

concealed.

GraphicBlinding:

{data collectors and data analysts}.*

GraphicFollow up period:

12 weeks.

GraphicSetting:

Utrecht, The Hague, Arnhem, and Raalte/Zwolle, the Netherlands.

GraphicParticipants:

398 healthy infants who were ⩽12 weeks and 6 days of age, ⩾32 weeks gestational age, and cried excessively (>3 h/d for ⩾3 d/wk) according to parents, doctors, or healthcare workers. After a 1 week baseline period during which all infants were fed hypoallergenic formula (or if breastfed, maternal diet was free of milk, egg, wheat, or nut products), infants were excluded if crying decreased to <2 hours/day from day 3/4 or if parents perceived no excessive crying. Infants at risk of developmental dysplasia of the hip because of familial predisposition or breech position in the …

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