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A Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial of Olive Oil Added to Human Breast Milk for Weight Gaining in Very Low Birth Weight Infants

@article{Elaheh2011ARC,
  title={A Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial of Olive Oil Added to Human Breast Milk for Weight Gaining in Very Low Birth Weight Infants},
  author={Amini Elaheh and S. Mamak and Nayeri Fatemeh and Nili Firuzeh and Ebrahimi Bita and Dalili Hosein},
  journal={Journal of Family and Reproductive Health},
  year={2011},
  volume={5},
  pages={75-80}
}
Objective: Evaluating the effect of vegetable oil, as a supplement to breast milk in increase the weight gaining of VLBW neonates. Materials and methods: In this single blind; Randomized clinical trials , in NICU of Vali-asr Hospital, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, 2005–2006;A total of 48 VLBW neonates referred & admitted to NICU, who did not have any major GI (especially NEC), respiratory or cardiac diseases; participated randomly in two groups: intervention & control.Vegetable oil was… Expand

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