Evidence synthesis number 41 screening for speech and language delay in preschool children us department of health and human services agency for healthcare research and quality. There are many limitations of the literature relevant to screening for speech and language delay in preschool aged children including a lack of studies specific to screening as well as difficulties inherent in this area of research this evidence review is limited by the use of only published studies of instruments and interventions. Twenty two studies 24 evaluations 7819 children were included in the review accuracy of screening for speech and language delay children aged 0 to 2 years 11 evaluations 1716 children 10 studies were judged to be of fair or good quality the sensitivity ranged from 22 to 97 and the specificity from 66 to 97. Existing guidelines on screening children less than 5 years of age for developmental delay vary in this systematic review we synthesized the literature on the effectiveness and harms of screening for developmental delay in asymptomatic children aged 1 4 years two studies were included one used . Primary care to detect speech and language delay in children up to 5 years of age in 2013 the uspstf commissioned a new systematic review of the current evidence on brief formal screening for speech and language delays and disorders in children 5 years old and younger19 the uspstf used it to update its 2006 recommendations about
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