Handbook of Pediatric Nutrition
Aspen Publishers, 1999 - 719 pages
Details normal pediatric nutrition and growth and therapeutic pediatric nutrition, with chapters on areas such as premature infants, vegetarianism, food hypersensitivities, obesity, developmental disability, nutrition in burned patients, and the use of herbs. This second edition contains several new
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Weaning to enteral feedings is a slow process that is necessary to facilitate
feeding tolerance and to prevent the development of necrotizing enterocolitis.22
Enteral feedings are gradually increased in volume and strength as parenteral
Exhibit 23–3 Common Tube - Feeding Problems and Solutions May develop
upon initiation of enteral alimentation following a period of parenteral support ,
which is associated with gut mucosal atrophy . Diarrhea may also result from
Enteral Nutrition Nancy Nevin - Folino and Myrna Miller Exhibit 24–1 Nutrition
Screening Form the children's medical center Nutritional. Note that enteral
feeding of the premature infant is addressed in Chapter 3 of this text . PATIENT ...
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Chapter 2 Nutritional Assessment
Chapter 3 Nutrition for Premature Infants
Normal Nutrition During Infancy
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