The development of augmented reality book to promoting oral stimulation on feeding outcome in infants with cleft lip and palate on maternal satisfaction
Background: Infants with cleft lip and palate have a problem with feeding, especially during the first 6 months of life. Problems vary in degree depending upon the type and severity of infants’ cleft and subsequent ability of the infant to generate sufficient sucking pressure for feeding, consume less milk, gain less weight and placing them at risk for failure to thrive. Consequently, late on the surgical treatment more likely effect on child development such as delay speech. The inabilities to feed satisfactorily result from maternal stress and anxiety and can be attributed to poor mother-infant bonding. Objective: To innovate the Augmented Reality book (AR book) to supplement the stimulation program on feeding infants with cleft lip and palate. Methods: The systematic review related to the oral stimulation assessment among infants with cleft palate, the efficiency of oral motor function scores, breastfeeding position and evaluate feeding readiness were accomplished. The AR book an innovation development has been developed to literate the breast-feeding technique and oral stimulation and the sucking and swollen assessment. Conclusion: The AR book innovation is developed; the next step is on the experiment study.
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