E. J. van Kalsbeek

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Of 496 neonates and infants less than 1 year of age admitted to the paediatric surgical intensive care unit (PSICU) over a 5 year period (1983–1987), 94 required total parenteral nutrition (TPN) for more than 14 consecutive days, generally due to congenital anomalies of the digestive tract. Cholestasis occurred in 15 of them and 12 of these patients(More)
Knemometry is an accurate technique of measuring lower leg length (1.1.1.) but the variability might limit its usefulness for growth studies. This was investigated by performing 12 consecutive weekly knemometric sessions (each consisting of 6 measurements) and 4-weekly stadiometry on 31 healthy children of 6-12.5 years of age. The average SD of 6(More)
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