Nutritional care for high-risk newborns
Precept Press, Sep 25, 2000 - Family & Relationships - 711 pages
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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absorption Academy of Pediatrics Acta Paediatr amino acid Arch Dis Child assessment bilirubin birth weight infants bone mineral bowel breast-feeding bronchopulmonary dysplasia calcium caloric carbohydrate catheter Clin Nutr Clin Perinatol clinical concentrations decreased discharge disease dose Effect electrolyte emulsion energy enteral feedings enteral nutrition fatty acids fetal fluid gastric gastroesophageal reflux gestational age glucose guidelines hospital human milk increased infant formula infants fed infants receiving infusion intake intestinal intravenous iron kcal/oz levels lipid low birth weight metabolism mg/dl monitoring multivitamin necrotizing enterocolitis needs neonatal newborn NICU nipple nutrient osmolality osteopenia outcome Parenter Enter Nutr patients Pediatr Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr Pediatr Res Pediatr Surg phosphorus PN solutions postnatal premature infants preterm infants protein recommended require respiratory risk serum short bowel syndrome Similac sodium sucking supplementation syndrome term infants therapy tion total parenteral nutrition Tsang RC tube vitamin VLBW weeks weight gain zinc