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  • J A Bilodeau
  • 1995
Infants with short bowel syndrome and other acquired or congenital gastrointestinal disorders are able to survive their neonatal period, in part, because of the use of parenteral nutrition (PN). An increasing number of these children are being cared for at home while receiving PN. This article reviews a home PN program for infants, including identification(More)
The need for enteral access and gastrostomy placement in children has increased dramatically over the past several years. In the following article, we present a case report of a typical patient undergoing evaluation for enteral nutrition and enteral access. Following the case report, we describe our newly formed Pediatric Enteral Access Program including(More)
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