Nutritional care for high-risk newborns

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Precept Press, Sep 25, 2000 - Family & Relationships - 711 pages
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This must-have book targets physicians, nurses, and nutritionists as its prime audience. Completely revised, Nutritional Care for High-Risk Newborns is arguably the best book available on this topic. It is written at a hands-on, practical level. A whole section (six complete chapters) is devoted to parenteral nutrition; separate clinical disease entities are examined in detail; useful reference information is provided in 20 appendices.

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Chapter 1 Nutritional Implications of Premature Birth
Chapter 2 Anthropometric Assessment
Chapter 3 Clinical Assessment

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Groh-Wargo is senior clinical nutritionist in the neonatal intensive care unit at the MetroHelath Medical Center.

Thompson is a clinical nutrition specialist in the Pediactric Medical Department of Ross Products.

Janice Cox is a homeaker and mother who has been making her own beauty treatments since she was in the sixth grade. She lives in Medford, Oregon, with her husband and two daughters.