Identificación y valoración neuropsicológica del riesgo perinatal: instrumentos

  • Santiago López-Gómez
  • Carlos José Cajal-Cernuda
  • Sonia Mª Ordóñez-Blanco
  • Ana Fernanda Uribe-Rodríguez

Resumen

Algunas complicaciones maternas perinatales específicas pueden ser determinantes en el desarrollo infantil. Se constata que muchos niños con una amplia variedad de alteraciones han sufrido diversas complicaciones durante su desarrollo gestacional. Por lo tanto, los riesgos maternos ocurridos a lo largo del período pre-perinatal llevan asociados, en ocasiones, diferentes daños, sean neuropsicológicos, físicos y/o psicosociales. En el presente artículo se identifican los principales factores asociados al riesgo perinatal y sus implicaciones, haciendo un recorrido por los procedimientos estandarizados de evaluación del riesgo, desde la perspectiva médico neuropsicológica y psicosocial del neonato.

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Biografía del autor/a

Santiago López-Gómez
Doctor en Psicología. Facultad de Psicología, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela. Coruña. España.
Carlos José Cajal-Cernuda
Médico de familia. Servicio Gallego de Salud (SERGAS). Centro de Salud Matogrande, Coruña, España.
Sonia Mª Ordóñez-Blanco
Maestra de Educación Infantil, Xunta de Galicia. Coruña. España.
Ana Fernanda Uribe-Rodríguez
Doctora en Psicología, Departamento de Ciencias Sociales, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana. Cali, Colombia.

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López-Gómez S, Cajal-Cernuda CJ, Ordóñez-Blanco SM, Uribe-Rodríguez AF. Identificación y valoración neuropsicológica del riesgo perinatal: instrumentos. Rev. Colomb. Obstet. Ginecol. [Internet]. 20 de diciembre de 2008 [citado 27 de noviembre de 2021];59(4):316-2. Disponible en: https://revista.fecolsog.org/index.php/rcog/article/view/396
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