Carmen Jiménez-Gutiérrez ¹ , Marina Pérez-del-Rincón ² , Pablo Reduello-Guerrero ² , Marta Presentación Rodríguez-
Rodríguez ² , Ana María Toral-López ² , Clara Amanda Ureña-Paniego ²
1 Estudiante del Grado en Enfermería de la Universidad de Granada (UGR)
2 Estudiante del Grado en Medicina de la Universidad de Granada (UGR)

TRANSLATED BY:
Celia Morales-García ³ , María Auxiliadora Camacho-Martí ³ , Kathryn Sword ³ , Gudrun Palomino-Tirado ³ , Pablo Diego
Torregrosa-Parra ³ , Elena Company-Campos ³
3 Student of the BA in Translation and Interpreting at the University of Granada (UGR)


Abstract
Every year, more than 15 million preterm infants are born of which a significant number is admitted to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. The combination of a critical period in neurocognitive development, parental
isolation and a hostile environment makes these patients particularly vulnerable to various cognitive, motor, linguistic, behavioral and socio-economic disabilities. Therefore, music therapy is proposed as a
non-invasive alternative to improve variables related to nutrition, pain and stress response, the physiological parameters of the newborn and breastfeeding.

Keywords: music, sound, preterm birth, neonatal intensive care unit, non-invasive, review.



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