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Growth Patterns of Breast Fed and Formula Fed Infants

@article{Kwak2005GrowthPO,
  title={Growth Patterns of Breast Fed and Formula Fed Infants},
  author={Ju Young Kwak and Jun Young Park and He Jin Lee and Hi Jin Jung and Sang Hi Son and Soo Jin Jung},
  journal={Korean Journal of Pediatrics},
  year={2005},
  volume={48},
  pages={1055-1060}
}
접수 : 2005년 4월 21일, 승인 : 2005년 4월 21일 책임저자 :정수진, 일신기독병원 소아과 Correspondence : Soo Jin Jung, M.D. Tel : 051)630-0501 Fax : 051)634-3349 E-mail : JSJ0113@netian.com 장패턴에 차이가 있음을 보여 주었다 1, 2) . 즉, 모유수유아의 평균 체중은, 6-8개월 사이에 표준치보다 떨어지기 시작하여 12개월 까지 계속적으로 낮은 상태라는 것이다 3) . 하지만 모유수유아의 느린 성장이 영아기 사망률, 활동력, 행동 발달 등에 해로운 영 향을 미치지는 않았다 4-6) . 따라서, 모유수유아들의 체중 증가가 소아 표준 발육치보다 느린 것은 정상이라고 결론짓고 3, 7-9) 새로 운 성장 곡선을 작성하여 영아기 동안 계속적인 모유수유를 권 장해야 할 것이다. 이에 저자들은 본원 육아상담실을 방문한 소아들을 대상으로 수유방법 등에 관한 설문 조사를 실시한 후, 생후 첫 12… 
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