Infant Feedings: Guidelines for Preparation of Formula and Breastmilk in Health Care Facilities
Sandra T. Robbins, Leila T. Beker, American Dietetic Association. Pediatric Nutrition Practice Group
American Dietetic Associati, 2004 - Health & Fitness - 122 pages
This newly revised and expanded version of the Guidelines for Preparation of Infant Formula now includes specific guidelines for the preparation, storage and bedside handling of infant formula, as well as expressed breast milk in health care facilities. All hospitals with NICUs or pediatric units, nurses, dietitians, pharmacists or any staff responsible for infant feedings will find this and indispensable resource.
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