Pediatric Nutrition Handbook
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 1996 - 126 pages
Malnutrition in childhood can effect immune function, energy level and ability to learn. This handbook contains the necessary tools to identify children at nutritional risk, assess nutritional status, estimate nutritional requirements and provide practical information to parents. The book includes a thorough review of the nutritional issues which should be addressed at each well-child check-up.
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