Understanding Newborn Infant Readmission: Findings of the Ontario Mother and Infant Survey View Full Text


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DATE

2001-05

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Wendy A. Sword, Susan Watt, Paul D. Krueger, Kyong Soon-Lee, Debbie D. Sheehan, Jacqueline G. Roberts, Amiram Gafni

ABSTRACT

The Ontario Mother and Infant Survey examined health and social service utilization of postpartum women and newborn infants from five hospital sites. A cross-sectional multilanguage survey design with longitudinal follow-up was used: 1,250 eligible, consenting women completed a self-report questionnaire in hospital and 875 women participated in a structured telephone interview at four weeks post-discharge. Rates of newborn infant readmission ranged from 2.4% to 6.7%. The best predictors of readmission were: main source of household income was other than employment; maternal self-rating of health was poor; mother anticipated inadequate help and support at home following discharge; mother received help from friends/neighbours following discharge; and mother had concern about infant care and behaviour. Readmission was not associated with length of postpartum hospital stay. The study findings suggest that there is a complex relationship between infant health care needs, family resources and provider practices that produces clinically important, site-specific readmission patterns. More... »

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196-200

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