If you’re a health care provider, then it’s time to take a second look at your screening procedures. The following blog post will discuss 10 of the most interesting uses for paragon health screening that have been found in recent years.
The first possible use for paragon healthcare screenings is to monitor infants with a risk of sudden infant death syndrome. For example, an infant’s sleeping area should be free from loose bedding and soft objects that could cause suffocation, but many parents may not know the specifics about SIDS or how to reduce its risk in their homes.
A recent study published by BMC Public Health suggested that following universal recommendations (including keeping babies on their backs and avoiding over-bundling) can help prevent these tragic deaths, especially among low socioeconomic families who were at higher risk of neglecting safety standards.
This type of information would likely only come up through screening procedures like those used by hospitals and pediatricians offices. But, of course, it is essential for all children to sleep under safe conditions. Still, the study’s findings showed that infants with lower socioeconomic status were less likely to be put down on their backs or in a sleep environment without soft objects.
The Bottom Line
With this information, paragon healthcare screenings could provide parents of these children with additional guidance and instruction about reducing SIDS risk factors at home.