A clinical nursing study: failure to thrive in a child with Down's syndrome.

Abstract

A five-year-old child with Down's syndrome and severe failure to thrive, given a program of individually tailored developmental nursing care, showed substantial improvement as evidenced by changes in seven of nine criteria chosen for measurement. When investigation of the child and his family suggested that the failure to thrive was the result of masked… (More)

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