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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Patients with no enzyme activity may also require deletion of some fruits ,
vegetables , and legumes from the diet . " and III hyperlipoproteinemia . Natural
fiber in the form of whole grains , legumes , fruits , and vegetables should be
increased in ...
59 This chronic disease is seen in young infants , the vast majority being
premature infants , who require respiratory ... positive pressure ventilation ( IPPV
) and by oxygen toxicity from the high concentrations of oxygen required by these
However , several of the adult enteral products exceed this limit at a caloric
density of 30 kcal / oz and may require a dilution to two - thirds strength prior to
use in infants . Medications can increase osmolality significantly and should be ...
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Chapter 2 Nutritional Assessment
Chapter 3 Nutrition for Premature Infants
Normal Nutrition During Infancy
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