Delayed language development in children with bronchial asthma aged 2- 5 years old

Other Title(s)

التأخر اللغوي في الأطفال المصابين بالربو الشعبي من سن سنتين الى خمس سنوات

Joint Authors

Rifai, Abd al-Rahman SH
al-Nashshar, Mustafa
Fahim, Riham Ahmad

Source

Journal of Childhood Studies

Issue

Vol. 24, Issue 93 (31 Oct. 2021), pp.1-7, 7 p.

Publisher

Ain Shams University Faculty of Graduate Studies for Childhood

Publication Date

2021-10-31

Country of Publication

Egypt

No. of Pages

7

Main Subjects

Diseases

Topics

Abstract EN

Background: Bronchial asthma is one of the most ordinary chronic chest troubles that are the most common cause of chronic illness in children and impaired cognition, language disorders, sleep disturbances, behavior, and learning of children.

Aims: The current study aimed to determine the percentage of delayed language development among asthmatic Egyptian children aged (2- 5) years old.

Materials& Methods: This study was done between February 2018 and January 2020 at Al- Tahrir public hospital, Giza governorate.

Three hundred and sixty sex asthmatic children were conducted in this cross- sectional study; their ages ranged from (2- 5) years.

Modified preschool language scale- four (Arabic edition) was applied to diagnose delayed language development (DLD).

After that, the studied group was classified into group1: Three hundred asthmatic children with typical language acquisition, group2: 66 asthmatic children with abnormal language acquisition DLD.

Results: Eighteen percent of the studied group (66 children) had DLD.

Sex, Body Mass Index (BMI, consanguinity, and different medical treatments showed non- significant correlations between both groups.

Children with moderate persistent asthma and mild persistent asthma represents (21.2%) and (16.7%) consecutively from total number of group 2 in comparison to (19.3%) and (6%) consecutively in the same asthma categories in group 1 with a P- value of0.018.

Household Education is noticed in (33.3%) of group 2 in comparison to (19.7%) in group1 with a Pvalue of 0.048.

Positive prenatal/ postnatal history was positive in (19.7%) of children with DLD in comparison to (10%) in the other group with a P- value= 0.027.

Difficult toilet training detected in (25.8%) of group 2 in comparison to (15.3%) of group 1 with a P- value of0.004.

Family history of asthma was found to be more prevalent in group 2 (42.4%) in comparison to (20.6%) in group 1 with a P- value of (P< 0.001).

Conclusion: Asthmatic children (2- 5) years having a high risk for delayed language development.

American Psychological Association (APA)

Rifai, Abd al-Rahman SH& Fahim, Riham Ahmad& al-Nashshar, Mustafa. 2021. Delayed language development in children with bronchial asthma aged 2- 5 years old. Journal of Childhood Studies،Vol. 24, no. 93, pp.1-7.
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Modern Language Association (MLA)

Fahim, Riham Ahmad…[et al.]. Delayed language development in children with bronchial asthma aged 2- 5 years old. Journal of Childhood Studies Vol. 24, no. 93 (Oct. 2021), pp.1-7.
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American Medical Association (AMA)

Rifai, Abd al-Rahman SH& Fahim, Riham Ahmad& al-Nashshar, Mustafa. Delayed language development in children with bronchial asthma aged 2- 5 years old. Journal of Childhood Studies. 2021. Vol. 24, no. 93, pp.1-7.
https://search.emarefa.net/detail/BIM-1365050

Data Type

Journal Articles

Language

English

Notes

Includes bibliographical references : p. 5-7

Record ID

BIM-1365050