Jerry, a ten months old boy, who was born in Russia. He is a 27-week premature baby. He is with marginal placenta, amniotic cavity infection, and was born by caesarean section. After birth, he was diagnosed with bilateral focal pneumonia, respiratory insufficiency, bronchial dysplasia, patent foramen ovale, level 3 retinopathy of prematurity, a history of ischemia and hypoxia, and cerebral palsy. He neither has hereditary disease, nor jaundice. Jerry visited hospital with his parents for treatment on April 18, 2015.
- The vertical status of head was instable. He can’t either turn over, or can’t sit independently.
- The muscle strength of both hands is weak. Both hands can not stretch or grasp, and self-awareness is poor.
- The muscle tension of upper limb and both legs is high, while muscle strength is poor. Muscle tension tended to become easier than the normal.
- The eye tracking capacity is poor.
- Hearing ability is poor. His ears react to the sound, but insensitive.
- Associated with neonatal pneumonia.
- The vertical status of head was stable. He has consciousness of turning over, and sit without help for 20 seconds.
- Both hands’ muscle strength and grasp capacity were improved, self-awareness is enhanced as well.
- The muscle tension of upper limbs and legs were reduced, whereas muscle strength has been enhanced.
- Eye tracking capacity was improved.
-Hearing ability was improved. The reaction sensitivity to sound was enhanced.