Neonatal nutrition: an overview.

Abstract

Some everyday practices in infant feeding, such as waiting eight hours after birth, have no logical or scientific foundation and their value should be reassessed. The first feeding should always be with sterile water because it is less irritating to bronchoalveolar epithelia than are dextrose solutions. Large, low-birth-weight infants present few feeding… (More)

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