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Fig. 2 | Maternal Health, Neonatology and Perinatology

Fig. 2

From: Neonatal Eating Assessment Tool - Mixed Breastfeeding and Bottle-Feeding (NeoEAT - Mixed Feeding): factor analysis and psychometric properties

Fig. 2

NeoEAT-Mixed Feeding subscale score differences between infants with feeding problems and infants with no feeding concerns. Note that high scores indicate more symptoms of problems in each subscale area. * Indificates p < .05. Infants in the “No Feeding Concerns” group had none of the following: history of preterm birth, genetic disorder, congenital heart disease, daily prescription medication use, developmental delay, diagnose or undiagnose feeding problem, feeding tube, structural abnormality of the face, mouth, or gastrointestinal tract, or difficulty with breast- or – bottle-feeding. Infants with a feeding problem were reported by parents as having a parent-identified feeding problem, a diagnose feeding problem, and/or need for a feeding tube

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