Comparing infant oral glucose clearance with and without a water rinse.

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The purpose of this study was to test the hypothesis that a small rinse of water in an infant's mouth immediately following formula consumption would significantly improve oral glucose clearance. Though statistically significant results were not obtained at all time intervals, this study lends validity to the hypothesis that a small water rinse immediately… (More)

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@article{Dean2003ComparingIO, title={Comparing infant oral glucose clearance with and without a water rinse.}, author={Jeffrey Adgate Dean and Shelley M McDonald and Charles John Palenik}, journal={Journal}, year={2003}, volume={82 4}, pages={25-9} }