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The artificial feeding of infants

including a critical review of the recent literature of the subject

by Charles Francis Judson

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Published by J. B. Lippincott company in Philadelphia .
Written in English

  • Infants -- Nutrition,
  • Milk

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 345-354.

    Statementby Charles F. Judson ... and J. Claxton Gittings ...
    ContributionsGittings, John Claxton, 1874-
    The Physical Object
    Pagination368 p.
    Number of Pages368
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24170283M
    LC Control Number02015607

    Artificial Feeding of Infants Up~to~Date By BELLE LOWE, Instructor in Nutrition and Dietetics A NYONE who has gone thru the experience of contracting a n d curing a bad cold, a n d can recall just h o w varied and confusing were the remedies advised by sympa­ thetic Author: Belle Lowe. 82 INFANT NUTRITION AND FEEDING INFANT NUTRITION AND FEEDING 83 Programs, has been successful in reducing iron deficiency.4, 5, 6 Iron deficiency is associated with poor cognitive performance and development in infants. See pages 24–25 for more information.

    Abstract. All traditional societies recognise the importance of breast milk for the survival of the infant. A variety of customs and practices can be found in many village communities for the stimulation and promotion of milk secretion in the parturient : G. J. Ebrahim. Other working mothers cut short breast-feeding and turn to artificial feeding or never start nursing in the first place. Discussion about this important maternal duty continues. Physicians and mothers debate the advisability of feeding an infant on demand and at what age .

      Kuhn L, Aldrovandi G. Survival and health benefits of breastfeeding versus artificial feeding in infants of hiv-infected women: developing versus developed world. Clinics in Perinatology. ; 37 (4)– [PMC free article]Cited by: A useful approach to feeding preterm infants at low risk of feeding difficulties is based on the SOFFI algorithm (6, 7) (TABLE 4). For the general preterm population, File Size: KB.

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Baur, clinical research advisor at M & R : L.S. Baur. On the Principles and Exact Conditions to be Observed in the Artificial Feeding of Infants; Properties of Artificial Foods; Diseases Which Arise from Faults of Diet in Early Life by Cheadle, W B and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Artificial Feeding the introduction into the human body of nutrient substances by means of tubes, through fistulas, or parenterally (intravenously, subcutaneously).

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Walker M. A fresh look at the risks of artificial feeding. J Hum Lact ; 2. Cunningham AS, Jelliffe DB, Jelliffe EFP. Breastfeeding and health in the 's: a global epidemiologic review.

J Pediatr ; 3. Oddy WH. Breastfeeding protects against illness and infection in infants and children: a review of the Size: KB. A full account is given of the principles of the artificial feeding of infants with recent improvements.

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Wieland. Define artificial feeding. artificial feeding synonyms, artificial feeding pronunciation, artificial feeding translation, English dictionary definition of artificial feeding.) v. Effect of breastfeeding on atopic dermatitis among Saudi infants up to 6 months old in Makkah, Saudi Arabia.

Docosahexaenoic acid status of preterm infants at birth and following feeding with human milk or formula. Am J Clin Nutr ; P Foreman-van Drongelen MMHP, van Houwelingen AC, Kester ADM, Hasaart THM, Blanco CE, Hornstra G. Long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in preterm infants: status at birth and its influence on postnatal.

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emmett holt, m.d., ll.d. professor of diseases of children in the college of physicians and surgeons (columbia university) attending physician to the babies' hospital and the foundling hospital, new york fourth edition, revised and enlarged.

The management of premature infants is described and the various methods of home modification of milk for infant feeding and practical rules are given. In the appendix a number of formulæ and receipts are added and the book concludes with a complete bibliography covering over titles and a tolerably satisfactory index.

Prop feeding is an unsafepractice, as it increases the risk of choking and possibleoverfeeding. (ii) Avoid feeding in areas that have a lot of noise and distractions. (iii) Lying infants in a cot, on the floor or on cushions is not recommended for feeding.

If infant is supervised, being propped up in a sitting position on a pillow is acceptable. Artificial formula for the preparation of infant formula Artificial feeding: baby milk The World Health Organization recommends exclusive breastfeeding until six months of age. However, there are situations in which the baby can not be fed with breast milk, so .The decision to introduce artificial baby milk – either partly or fully replacing human milk in a child’s diet – should always follow full risk assessment.

Artificial feeding is not about the choice to breastfeed or not to breastfeed. The decision has nothing to do with : Bellybelly.Investigations in the artificial feeding of children. Iowa City, The University, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Amy Louise .